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Lead Developer - Python - Hybrid - up to £75k + bonus/benefits

Lead Developer - Python - Hybrid - up to £75k + bonus/benefits


Lead Developer - Python - Hybrid - up to £75,000 + bonus, benefits

Our client is one of the industry's leading Digital Technology Consultancies based in London and the North of England. Due to phenomenal growth within the company, they are currently looking for a talented Lead Python Developer to join their ever-growing team. This Lead Python Developer role is predominantly remote and is crucial in leading the delivery of technical solutions as part of the team. The Lead Python Developer will able to work independently, act as a strong voice within the team and help drive the team forward with an open-minded and experienced approach.

The role will be central to defining technical solutions and reviewing solutions of other team members. With ever changing projects and a recent heavy growth period, this opportunity will provide a fantastic platform for a Lead Python Developer to capitalise on the organic approach to career progression the company takes. This Lead Python Developer role is mainly remote and the client offers a comprehensive benefits package on top of a generous remuneration package.

Role Responsibilities:

Leading the delivery of technical solutions as part of a team
Defining technical solutions and reviewing solutions of other team members
Mentoring and constantly improving other team members and academy graduates
Eliciting and documenting system functional and non-functional requirements
Regularly demonstrating work to stakeholders, users and senior leaders
Developing strong working relationships with peers across engineering and architecture teams
Driving adherence to relevant processes, procedures and standardsExperience:

Commercial experience of software/web development in Python with APIs
Working knowledge of Django, Flask, etc.
Strong understanding of software engineering patterns and design principles
Testing frameworks (e.g., Robot, unittest, PyUnit)
Use of source control (e.g., git, Subversion, Mercurial)
Experience with CI/CD solutions, build tools
Leading distributed teams towards engineering best practices
Knowledge of relational and non-relational databases
Agile software development & delivery lifecycles

Desirable Skills:

Working directly with customers and end users
Comfortable discussing solutions with Stakeholders and Senior Leaders
Understanding of fundamental design principles behind a scalable application

What is on offer

On offer is the opportunity to join a team right at the beginning of their journey, working on some of the latest technologies and with some of the world's biggest clients. With great opportunities for progression and growth on top of the financial benefits of the role. There is a competitive salary offering up to £75,000 dependent on factors. There is also flexibility in your working hours and the opportunity to work mainly remotely, as well as entry into the Employee Ownership Scheme, meaning you will own part of the company.

How to apply?

For more information on this role please contact us at our Birmingham office on (phone number removed) or email me at . Alternatively, please use the link in this ad to apply now.

We will aim to respond back to all successful applications within 5 days. If you do not hear back from us within 5 days, your application has been unsuccessful, however we will keep your CV and details on file to consider you for more relevant opportunities in the future.

Pontem Recruitment is a leading specialist recruitment agency who aim to bridge the skills gap between candidates and employers within the Engineering, Manufacturing, Logistics & Technology sectors.

Pontem Recruitment is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy

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