A Python Developer is needed for a team who are developing ways of automating processes within the regulatory reporting arena, for financial institutions.
Their solutions draw on state-of-the-art technical concepts from industries that vary from e-commerce, to graphic design, transportation to social media - not to mention the wealth of technical and banking talent and expertise they are positioned amongst in order to deliver these solutions globally.
Our client has built their own Linux based service-oriented architecture that is pretty impressive, but now they're looking for someone to help them take it to the next level.
You'll be working with a close-knit team of ambitious developers using methodologies such as TDD, pair-programming, and Kanban to build a fault tolerant distribution system. You must be passionate about systems development - not minding the odd dip into front-end when need be.
About the company:
Following the financial collapse in 2008 that led to the bankruptcy of numerous banks across the globe, this company have created ground-breaking software that anticipates and helps companies maintain regulations to maximise their earning potential and prevent certain disasters. In an industry where regulations are always changing, this company are primed to ensure banks and financial institutions optimize their processes to stay on top of the game.
About the rewards:
The role will offer up to £60,000, dependent on experience. You will also be part of a growing team that is concerned with being at the forefront of cutting edge technology, as well as receiving pension and healthcare. Other benefits include stock options, free breakfasts and lunch on Wednesdays, and annual team trips!
How to apply:
If you are interested, email with your CV in WORD format to find out more about the role.