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Engage Transform Consultancy Ltd
£95,000 a year
  • 3+ years’ demonstrable experience with Python.
  • We are looking for 2 Python Developers to join our London HQ of 40 strong.
  • Excellent written and spoken English.
London SW7
  • Development of the technology-oriented aspects of the pricing library and associated systems, written in Python.
  • Dev ops and automated deployment.
£50,000 - £75,000 a year
  • Main experience in Python development.
  • To be considered for the Python Developer position you will need the following experience;
London +1 location
£450 - £550 a day
  • As a Python Developer you will be helping to develop scripts using Python.
  • Therefore as a Python Developer you must be very comfortable with Python and…
Linux Recruit
£500 - £600 a day
  • The skills and experience you will need as a Senior Python Developer to thrive in this role are -.
  • Our client in Central London require a Senior Python…
Vertus Partners
£70,000 - £100,000 a year
  • Good experience with Python development.
  • Our client, an established and growing FinTech organisation, is looking for talented Python developers for their…
£45,000 - £75,000 a year
  • What makes this Python Developer job so special?
  • Experience in Flask and other common Python frameworks.
  • If so, look no further.
  • These would be an added bonus:
£60,000 - £80,000 a year
  • Python (2.7x - 3.7+) - preference is 4+ years.
  • My client are looking for someone who will become part of there core technology team, and will take ownership of…
£65,000 - £95,000 a year
  • Python Developer ( Python / IOS / Android / Docker ) key requirements:
  • The main skill required is that you are confident programming in Python and possess…
£50,000 - £70,000 a year
  • The Python Devleoper will work for a firm who primarily do everything in Python but if you know Java with some Python then this isn't a deal breaker.