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Python Developer

Job Title: Python Developer
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, England
Salary: £70000 - £90000 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
REF: PythDev1_1507136519
Contact Name: Dean Hadi
Contact Email:
Job Published: 13 days ago

Job Description

Our client is an award winning digital agency who are based in the heart of London. They are looking to strengthen and grow their development team with a huge focus on individual/team progression that encourages the individual to take initiative for themselves and clients.

The client helps businesses design, market and deliver customer experiences such as digital projects.


  • Experienced back-end developer (specialising in Python and Django)
  • Want an individual to get stuck in from the start and with a clear passion to grow with the company
  • Working alongside the quality and development teams to strengthen the testing
  • Deciding the issues and development of fixes and updates
    • Then moving on to working across the project portfolio (built with Django) and applications (Angular, React)
  • Reporting back to the Senior Back-end developer


  • Previous experience at a mid-level
  • Strong knowledge of Python and Django
  • Responsible for delivering the best practises/processes with the team
  • Believe in the benefits of test driven development
  • Understanding with SQL and databases
  • Previous experience working in an agile environment

Extra skills:

  • Previous involvement of working with REST API's
  • Experiences with cloud services such as Google and Amazon
  • Understanding of different content management system and their limitations (currently using Django)
  • Experience with websites that require translations

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

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