Remote - Python Developer, Sheffield, Databuzzltd

Published 2022-08-07
Expires 2022-09-07
ID #1118701152
Remote - Python Developer, Sheffield, Databuzzltd
United Kingdom, South Yorkshire, Sheffield,
Published August 7, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Remote - python developer
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DataBuzz are recruiting a Remote Python Developer - API - Django/Flask/Fastapi on behalf of a prestigious organisation, who is a ground-breaking, award-winning analytics software business, helping leading companies move towards a vision of synchronised, self-managed and sustainable supply chains. Their fully funded business plan sets ambitious growth targets for the coming period, and they need to add to the team to help achieve their goals. We are looking for outstanding Remote Python Developer - API - Django/Flask/Fastapi with a passion for delivering value from data to join our journey and share in our success. Responsibilities: As a Remote Python Developer - API - Django/Flask/Fastapi within the product development team, you will be responsible for designing and building the user interface layer (UI) of the product. As part of an agile cross-functional team (which also includes engineers from our 3 rd party hosting and development partner) the Remote Python Developer - API - Django/Flask/Fastapi will be empowered to drive the product to the next level, supporting our ambitious growth plans. The role is a fast-paced, exciting position and an opportunity to develop a broad range of high-demand skills. Technical Skills: 4 to 6 years’ experience Python development Deep understanding of API design; best practice; the ‘why’ not just the ‘how’ Technologies: Python 3.7; Flask; RESTful APIs Deployed on Azure App service Hands on success delivering cloud-hosted web api applications is required Experience of Agile / SCRUM principles or equivalent methodology Nice to Have: Data Processing: Azure Databricks (Pyspark); SQL; Azure Function Apps Data / Session Storage: Azure DataLake v2; Storage Table; Cosmos DB Data orchestration: Azure Data factory; Azure Synapse Microsoft Azure platform – web app service, identity management, key vault Benefits: Salary: £60k-£80k (depending upon experience) Pension match scheme up to 5% Private Healthcare Insurance, where dependents can be added Life Assurance of 4 times salary 25 days’ holidays Employee share ownership programme Remote and working, minimum one day every 2 weeks in the London office Modern shared office space If this sounds like the role for you, or you would like further information, please contact DataBuzz Ltd or simply apply for the role - Remote Python Developer - API - Django/Flask/Fastapi.

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