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Backend Engineer - Computer Software - Python/Node

Employer
Oliver Bernard
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
10 Apr 2021

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Sector
Technology & New Media
Contract Type
Permanent
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Job Details

Backend Engineer - Computer Software - Python/Node

Location: London, WC2B 6AA (Remote currently)

Salary: £50,000 - £90,000

Industry: Computer Software

Tech Stack: Python, Django, Flask, Node, PostgreSQL, Docker, API, Cloud

Great opportunity for a talented Python Developer (Node, Docker, PostgreSQL, Python) to join a startup changing the opportunities for tradespeople across the UK.

The Company -

Rapidly scaling startup who are backed by one of the most highly respected tech companies on the market. They are creating a platform to exploit the £45billion home services industry.

The Role -

They are seeking a skilled Developer (Node, Docker, PostgreSQL, Python) to help build out their innovative platform.

The successful developer (Node, Docker, PostgreSQL, Python) will have a high level of autonomy provided to them and be expected to contribute to both architectural and design decisions.

This is a great opportunity to work with a modern tech stack (Node, Docker, PostgreSQL, Python) working directly on product features and overseeing the scalability of infrastructure.

Desired Skills -
  • Python
  • Node
  • Django, Flask
  • Docker/Kubernetes
  • REST APIs
  • PostgreSQL
  • Cloud

Benefits -
  • Competitive base salary with up to bonus on offer
  • Pension, private healthcare, life insurance
  • Flexible working hours including work from home

If you are a skilled Developer (Node, Docker, PostgreSQL, Python) who is interested in this role then please apply below and I will be in touch with more details.

This job was originally posted as www.cwjobs.co.uk/job/92312149
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