Python Engineer

Python Engineer

Job Title: Python Engineer
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, England
Salary: £65 - £65000 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
Reference: 69669_1542901252
Contact Name: Duncan Goldie
Contact Email:
Job Published: November 22, 2018 15:40

Job Description

I have been engaged by a client of mine who are growing throughout their technology team across back end, front end and full-stack positions.

The focus they're putting on at the moment is the Python Engineering roles. Their first preference is a Full-stack engineer with strong Python back-end skills as well as React on the front end.

My client is dominating their market in the FMCG industry, supplying the whole of the UK and rapidly expanding across Europe - any more info would give it away too much but I can assure you its a unique business model which is why they're dominating so much at the moment.

In this role you will...

  • craft intelligently responsive front-end user experiences that work across devices using semantic well-structured HTML, CSS (SCSS) and JavaScript
  • lead best practices ensuring appropriate testing and great software engineering
  • contribute, both in ideas and execution, to the ongoing evolution of the platform architecture
  • guiding and mentoring other members of the team, sharing knowledge and challenging appropriately…

Tech Stack

The tech stack is Python (Flask + SQLAlchemy + Celery) on the backend along with a smattering of Go, with Redis, DynamoDB, MySQL and S3 for data storage.

On the frontend, they build clean applications using, modern HTML5, Sass-powered CSS and cruft-free JavaScript. You will also be required to understand ES6 and frameworks like React, Vue.js and Angular like a pro

The platform is comprised of resilient and scalable applications and services powered by AWS with a mixture of Elastic Beanstalk, AWS Lambda, CloudFormation and EC2 Container Service (introducing Kubernetes with EKS).

If you meet the requirements above and are interested in a new role towards the end of 2018 or start of 2019, then dont hesitate to reach out for a quick conversation to find out a LOT more about the role! :)