Senior Python Developer - Scientific Research job with Understanding Recruitment | 783889

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Summary:

"We're looking for an experienced Python Developer to fill newly created position to scale our open access platform for scientific research. As the Senior Python Developer / CTO, you'll work in a small/mid-size team, developing market changing platforms for the scientific research community in an Agile, TDD environment. 

We are looking for a highly motivated Python Developer with the below capabilities: * Strong background as a Python developer * Prior experience or as a minimum knowledge of scaling teams and systems * Exposure to open access platforms within a commercial environment  * Enjoys an Agile TDD approach  * Degree or above in Computer Science / Maths or a relevant subject As the Python Team Lead / CTO you should enjoy getting to the bottom of complex software problems scaling solutions and having an open mind to different technologies to suit the project and form the best long term solution in an agile market. A passion for providing research information to the wider world and having a positive impact on many people's lives and understand the value of your contribution to the end user.  As the Senior Python Developer you'll be working in a progressive, forward thinking environment in a well-rounded team of experienced developers, as well as mentoring some of the more junior members. Work as part of a 4 strong management team to share the burden of all software and commercial decisions.  We're a company renowned for looking after and training its staff well, with opportunities to learn / progress as we continue to grow. There are also opportunities to work with end users in the near future if you so wish. "

Link:

http://independentjobs.independent.co.uk/job/783889/senior-python-developer-scientific-research/

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Date tagged:

04/13/2017, 21:17

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04/13/2017, 17:17