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Back End Developer - Python, Django, AWS

£60k-£70k

Back End Developer - Python, Django, AWS

Location: London, EC1Y 1BE

Industry: Property

Salary: £60,000-£70,000

Tech Stack: Python, Django, JavaScript, React, Docker, SQL, REST, AWS 👩🏻‍💻

Great opportunity for a talented Back End Developer (Python, Django, REST, AWS) to join a business looking to speed up and simplify the UK rental market.

The Company 🚀

Growing business that is using modern techniques to save money and hassle for tenants, landlords and letting agents. They already work with some of the biggest players in the property market.

The Role ✨

They are seeking a skilled Developer (Python, Django, REST, AWS) to work with product owners and business stakeholders to design and build solutions to their back-end systems.

This is a great opportunity to work with a modern tech stack (Python, Django, REST, AWS) developing and maintaining robust and scalable REST APIs.

The successful developer (Python, Django, REST, AWS) will have a high level of autonomy provided to them and be entrusted with working on business-critical projects. Some Front-End experience (JavaScript, React) would be a plus but not a requirement.

Desired Skills ⚙️

  • Python
  • Django
  • Docker
  • GraphQL and REST API
  • SQL
  • AWS

Benefits 🏖

  • Mix of on-site and remote working (once the virus passes)
  • Opportunity to work in a small, diverse and skilled cross-functional team
  • Pension, private healthcare, life insurance
  • Modern office set in the heart of London with great transport links, bars and restaurants

If you are a skilled Developer (Python, Django, REST, AWS) who is interested in this role then please apply below and I will be in touch with more details.

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