Python Developer

Posted 03 May 2022
Salary£40000 - £60000 per annum
Job type Permanent
DisciplineSoftware & Web Development
Contact NameVincent Stonier

Job description

Role: Python Developer

Location: Leicester HQ! but… HYBRID WORKING! (90% WFH)

Salary: £40,000 - £60,000

Sponsorship: Not Provided


Python Developer

My client, one of the most successful and forward-thinking tech companies in the UK, have recently received huge funding and government grants to support their upcoming projects. They are an established business, going strong for over thirty years now, and they are looking to recruit their next key team member to support their growth and play a huge part of their journey!

They are looking for a talented Python Developer to join their tech team on a permanent basis. You will be part of an expanding team that will be working on a variety of tech for their upcoming projects. You will be working with a team of talented developers who are keen to make a difference and innovate in the space.

Python Developer Benefits include

  • Hybrid working environment (2-3x a month in office)
  • Flexible working hours!
  • Bi-yearly salary reviews
  • 32 days holiday (Plus bank holidays/workcation!)
  • Substantial pension scheme
  • Individual equipment budget
  • 15 weeks' paid leave for new parents
  • Perk box
  • Annual company retreat and social events!

Do you have experience with any of the following…?

  • with Python (at least one-year commercial experience)
  • MATLAB (desirable)
  • knowledge of algorithms
  • passion/interest in AI

My client is looking to fill this Python Developer opportunity immediately, so please apply ASAP or get in touch on 0115 654 9916 to discuss in further detail.

This role would be suitable for: Python Developer, Software Engineer, Python Developer, Data Engineer, Machine Learning Engineer, Full Stack Developer, Python, Software Developer

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