Senior Software Engineer

London
£55000 - £75000 per annum + Stock Options

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Senior Software Engineer - Python

London Bridge

£55,000 - £75,000 + stock options

This is your chance to work with a well-established an exciting early-stage start-up works within Finance and is looking to bring the traditional world of investment banking into the 21st century. The company is looking to recruit a Senior Software Engineer to help build out their platform. This platform will help connect large corporate companies with investment banks across the globe whilst also automating many of the manual processes involved reducing costs and increasing efficiency. The role will provide you the opportunity to work in an exciting, early-stage start-up in a senior role within their growing engineering team and be supported in taking ownership of key parts of the product.

THE COMPANY:

This company helps connect large corporate bond issuers with investment banks around the world, transforming the way corporate bonds are issued. Additionally, they help banks automate many of the manual processes involved in bond issuance, allowing them to reduce costs and increase efficiency, while at the same time helping borrowers connect with more and more banks around the world, diversifying their funding base.

THE ROLE:

Your role working as a Senior Software Engineer for the company will be largely performed in Python and will encompass a range of responsibilities throughout enhancing the continuation of the company, such as:

  • Playing a crucial role in designing and building out our marketplace platform.
  • Shipping and taking ownership of impactful new features and functionality
  • Peer Reviewing

YOUR SKILLS & EXPERIENCE:

What your role as a Senior Software Engineer will require:

  • 2 years+ commercial experience in Python
  • Experience working with Django, building APIs
  • A strong focus on quality and a desire to get things done the best possible way
  • A desire to test ALL the things
  • Eagerness to get things shipped and being used as quickly and efficiently as possible.
  • Experience in architecting and building scalable web applications

THE BENEFITS:

The salary for your role as a Senior Machine Learning Engineer is between £55,000-75,000.

Along with this salary, the company are providing flexible working hours, training budget, stock options and pension.

HOW TO APPLY:

Please register your interest by sending your CV to Jessica Boss via the Apply link on this page.

46425/JB
London
£55000 - £75000 per annum + Stock Options

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