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Python Developer

Python Developer

  • Location

    Bristol

  • Sector:

    Technology & Digital

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    £40,000-£50,000

  • Contact:

    Dan

  • Email:

    Lewis

  • Job ref:

    DLPD

  • Published:

    8 months ago

  • Expiry date:

    2020-02-29

Python Developer, Bristol, £40,000-£50,000

My client, a leading commercial organisation based in central Bristol is looking to recruit a Python Developer into their existing team. This is an exciting opportunity to join a very unique business who operate in the third sector on a global scale. The work they do really matters and has a serious impact on service users. You will join a team of full stack developers who genuinely enjoy the work that they do and the reason why they do it.

This is what you’ll be doing

  • Part of a team that build new and improve existing open-source software
  • Improving the quality of that software through incremental refactoring, automation and continuous deployments
  • Leading DevOps processes
  • Improving understanding of data through the products the organisation maintains and supports
  • Working with technical experts from governments, foundations, NGOs and developing country agencies to improve the range of tools and data available to end users
  • Participating fully in the Technical Advisory Group
  • Tracking, analysing, fixing and reporting software bugs and issues
  • Monitoring usage of software by our users
  • Participating in technical discussions and work to improve the Standard
  • Advising on its technical strategy
  • Mentoring junior developers

The experience you’ll bring to the team

  • DevOps and sysadmin experience - e.g. Docker / Ansible / Debian
  • Good knowledge of Python, Flask, Django and SQL
  • Understanding of software design principles
  • Ability to write code that scales and is well tested
  • Interest in using your technical skills for social good
  • A continuous learner, interested in self-improvement
  • A collaborative approach and a 'can do’ attitude

And this is what you’ll get in return

  • Salary £40,000-£50,000
  • Strong Pension Scheme
  • 35 hour working week
  • Flexible working environment (remote working or option to work hours across 4 days)
  • 25 days annual leave + bank holidays + 5 additional days charity leave
  • A range of flexible benefits

Are you up to the challenge?

To apply for the role, please forward a copy of your CV immediately.