Software Engineer Manager - Python

London
£55000 - £75000 per annum

Senior Software Engineer - Python

London

Up to £75,000

The company

This company is wholly involved and pride themselves on being a hugely rich data business that are dedicated in providing accurate and strong analysis, in order to make a more successful business. Therefore, you will have an important role in ensuring that the data base is suitable enabling this analysis and gain great exposure to modern software and product development techniques. They make it their priority to immerse people in a fun and fast paced environment giving employees the ability to progress, all with the support of other team members such as fellow software developers and architects. They encourage innovative thinking both to inspire employee growth and push the business forward.

The Role

To fit this role the company is looking for an enthusiastic Python developer that is able write well structured and clean code in order to improve their business and take it to the next level. Alongside your developing your experience as a Python Software Engineer, this company will give you the opportunity to learn other, new languages. As part of this role you will need to:

  • Assist in architecture systems and applications as well as designing smart and innovative ways of storing and presenting complex data through the use of Python.
  • Write automated tests and be active within the agile development team.
  • Take a hands-on approach to Unit testing, including mocking and behavioural testing, and Continuous Integration & Continuous Delivery pipelines.

Key Skills and Requirements

  • Proven experience of Python and its libraries and frameworks e.g. Flask and Django
  • Advanced understanding and experience in architecture and infrastructure, DevOps and why this is significant to development teams, tools such as JIRA, functional programming and unit testing.
  • Have knowledge and experience of GIT and continuous integration pipelines as well as relational and non-relational databases.
  • Be experienced when using service orientated architecture and framework agnostic development.
  • Experience gathering data from stakeholders.

HOW TO APPLY

Interested? Please register your interest by submitting your CV directly by applying to this advert.

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