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Python Engineer

Job Title: Python Engineer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: City of London, London
Salary: £450 - £550 per day
Start Date: 3/8/2017
REF: PYE003_1500978922
Contact Name: Dean Hadi
Contact Email:
Job Published: 3 months ago

Job Description

Our client within the financial sector are looking to build a banking platform to support the enterprises around Britain. They are very passionate about helping businesses maximise their potential, making applying for credit as quick as possible. They are not in fact a bank but are more than an alternative lender.

As a Python Engineer, you will have:

  • Solid Python experience in excess of 4 years
  • Knowledge of hexagonal architecture
  • Experience of working in teams in the successful delivery of complex, highly performing and high-quality products
  • Ability to coach and lead teams
  • Know the difference between libraries and frameworks and have a preference


  • Involvement to the future architectural and scalability decisions around how software is built
  • Strong system design & architecture knowledge, towards scalability and solid testing
  • design distributed data processing systems using queue/scheduler approaches
  • manage and apply a test-driven approach to all engineering moving forward, making the feedback loop shorter across the SDLC.
  • Working with business stakeholders to develop ideas

Necessary skills:

  • Ability to write clean Python code
  • Experience using web-based applications using Python, Django, PostgreSQL
  • Extensive Python development experience

Desirable skills as a Python developer:

  • Experience within financial services
  • Experience developing against a Cloud
  • Django & Django REST framework


  • Generous training and equipment
  • Performance linked bonuses
  • Great company culture

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

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