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Junior Python Web Developer

Job Title: Junior Python Web Developer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: City of London, London
Salary: £200 - £400 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6
REF: Jpyth001_1501160798
Contact Name: Dean Hadi
Contact Email:
Job Published: 3 months ago

Job Description

One of our clients here at Montash are currently looking for a Junior Python Developer to join there multi award-winning team. This firm is currently looking for an ambitious and talented Python developer to join their small team of developers tackling tough online bookings and managing double-digit annual growth. Our Client is a market leading online booking website which receives over 80,000 visits per day.

This is a great opportunity for a Junior Python developer to improve all their current skills and learning from experienced employees.

What you will be working on:

  • Testing and personalising the website
  • Adding geo features (time-based search)
  • Growing the business over Europe
  • Improving their market channels
  • Functionality of booking for groups

About the candidate:

  • Expertise in Python (knowledge of at least one framework preferably Django)
  • Experience with PostgreSQL
  • Very strong JavaScript skills
  • Hands on approach with new suggestions
  • Enjoys agile working practises
  • Wants to undertake Sysadmin work

Backend Stack:

  • Python/Django/Celery/Postgres/Celery/S3/Nginx


  • Critical illness cover
  • Group income protection
  • Weekly team lunches

If you suit the above criteria, please respond with your CV and feel free to email

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