Python Django Full Stack Web Developer Fintech

Python Django Full Stack Web Developer Fintech


Quant Capital is urgently looking for a full stack web Python and Django Web Developer to join our high profile client.

Our client is a major global financial exchange, driven by technology. They are at the bleeding edge of not only product ideas but also technology and data manipulation. They use unique online data from many sources to create an ultra low latency trading environment for their clients. They have grown massively and recently were voted in the top 50 fintech firms globally.

The Full Stack Web Developer will produce tools and build websites that handle millions of requests per day, presenting high-quality market across the globe. The Web Developer will be responsible for designing, developing and testing high-performance, scalable, data-driven Internet applications with professional browser-based interfaces using HTML and CSS with a Python-based backend.

Development is agile and fast paced. As requirements evolve you will leverage the best of the open source community, sometimes substituting your own solutions where greater performance is needed. You will be encouraged to evangelise and prototype new technologies and through doing so you will help shape the architecture.

We are looking for the myth that is a front and backend python developer. If you are more Django or more python we would still be interested in you.

Web Developers Must Have:

• Some Django and Python Development experience
• 5 years plus of commercial development experience
• Python ecosystem
• Python MVC
• Comp Sci Degree
• Ideally Data Driven high volume web app experience
• CSS3
• MySQL or Postgre SQL

You will be joining a progressive and exciting company committed to excellence. They offer an excellent working environment with ongoing training and a structured career path. You can also expect an excellent salary and benefits package. Including a large bonus from day 1.

My client is based in London

Javascript, HTML5, Django, Python, Twisted, noSQL