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Senior Python Developer

Job Title: Senior Python Developer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London, England
Salary: £400 - £550 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: PYD003_1501579393
Contact Name: Dean Hadi
Contact Email:
Job Published: 21 days ago

Job Description

A London based analytics client has an exceptional new opening for an experienced Python Developer to provide software to clients across the UK in the housing industry. The company has grown dramatically and there looking to hire a senior Python developer to lead their development team.

Knowledge of the following:

  • Python like the back of your hand (at least 2-3 years)
  • Django
  • jQuery, html, CSS
  • SQL databases including query optimisation

Contract length initially 6 months with good chance of extension.

An interest in:

  • Changing an industry by building innovative software
  • Working in a dynamic start up team


  • Free parking area next to the office in case you commute by car/bike
  • Dynamic development environment
  • Monday morning breakfast
  • Regular team nights out and social events

Interview process:

Technical telephone interview with client

Face to Face or Skype interview with end client following initial telephone interview

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

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