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Python Developer

Job Title: Python Developer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London, England
Salary: £400 - £600 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: PythDev1_1506091658
Contact Name: Dean Hadi
Contact Email:
Job Published: 27 days ago

Job Description

We are looking for 2 strong Python Developer's ranging from mid-level to senior. The successful developer will be part of a business in the media sector who are looking to grow there engineering team. You will be part of an exciting team who are constantly growing and fast paced based in the heart of London.


  • Design and write software (in Python and JavaScript)
  • Identify and suggest various opportunities to improve efficiency and functionality.
  • Write reusable and testable code
  • Working with Windows/Linux server platforms
  • Development of we/back end applications

Skills and experience required:

  • Software design and development with languages such as Python and Ruby
  • Degree in software engineering/computer science or equivalent
  • Good time management
  • Knowledge of different frameworks
    • Django
    • Flask


  • 2-6 years of experience in Python development
  • Problem solver who can overcome hurdles
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Detail orientated approach

If you suit the above criteria please submit your up to date CV to

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