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Python Developer - (FinTech)

£50000 - £75000/annum
London, Greater London,
11/01/2019 (18:09)
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Python Developer - (FinTech)

If you are a driven Python developer who is experienced with Django and enjoy working independently and taking ownership of your work then my Central London client needs you.

As a Python Developer you will have the opportunity to work with a company that has created a software of platform impacting the property financing sector.

This exciting financial lending start-up company are looking for an ambitious Python developer to join their space. Having created the first fully digital financial lending platform in the UK they are allowing consumers to gain quicker access to lending through a tech savvy application.

Having secured millions in funding as a Python Developer you could be working with a driven team on a software of platform that is changing the future of FinTech.

If you are a Python Developer who has:

2 years commercial experience with Python
Proficient with Django and Flask
Experienced with the front end stack
Passionate about working on a team with a consumer product focus
The drive to overcome and welcome challenges
Eligible to work in the UK without sponsorship

Based in the heart of London they are happy to pay salaries up to £85,000 per annum depending on experiences for the Python Developer.

Then send your most recent CV to ;or call and we can get you booked in as there are several interview slots left for next week.

If this role isn’t specifically what you’re looking for, but you are currently interested in hearing about other opportunities, please do reply with a recent CV and I would be happy to discuss other positions that might be of interest to you.

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