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Python Developer - London

Job Title: Python Developer - London
Contract Type: Contract
Location: City of London, London
Industry:
Salary: £400 - £500 per day + Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6-9 Months
REF: J7420_1489604303
Contact Name: Peter Wright
Contact Email: peterw@montash.com
Job Published: 7 months ago

Job Description

Python Developer required. Python Developer required by Montash's client based in Central London. As Python Developer who will be responsible for prototyping and building components of the clients main systems and developing the interfaces between them.

It is essential that you have previous experience as a Python Developer, and have a high fluency in the Python language and it's Standard libraries. You will also be experienced in Agile development, and have proven experience in building API services. It will also be a distinct advantage if you have had exposure to databases, backups, CDNs and Linux, Unix or Mac OS.

The Python Developer will play a role in the full development cycle of products, working within an Agile development process.

To summarise, the Python Developer will have skills and expertise in the following areas:

  • Significant experience in Python
  • Experience in building API services
  • Experience in Building prototypes
  • Understanding of data, databases, data privacy and data security
  • Experience of using testing to validate solutions
  • Understanding of agile environments and version control

A background working in enterprise environments is a major plus as is excellent team engagement, mentoring, and relationship management abilities.

Successful candidates will need to undergo a BPSS security check before starting.

If you are available and interested in finding out more then please get in touch with your most recent CV.

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