Python/Django Developer

Galvanize, Inc

Job Title
Python/Django Developer
Job Description

We are seeking an experienced full-stack developer for a Django powered education delivery platform. This is a high-volume production-ready software development that is meant to assist the delivery of educational content. The development environment utilizes a microservices architecture with integrations that keep the system tied to legacy services.

We expect applicants to have a background in commercial software development. Python, Docker and strong database programming skills are among the requirements for this position. Optionally, experience with Kubernetes and TerraForm would be considered a plus for this role. See the skills list below for more details.

We are looking for a 3-6 month commitment, with the possibility of a transition to a permanent role.
  • Telecommuting is OK
  • Agencies are OK


  • Python
  • Django
  • Django Templates
  • SQL / Postgres
  • Authentication
  • ORM
  • JavaScript
  • CSS / HTML
  • Docker
  • HTTP
  • Unit Testing
  • Git, Github
  • CI / CD
  • Linux
  • Using the command line
About the Company

Galvanize, Inc. (K12, Inc.) specializes in talent transformation. For many organizations talent transformation by itself is not enough to completely enable a digital transformation. If the collective work of data/software teams is to reach a maximal potential they must have the right skills and they must have the right culture. Our products deliver both skills and team ennoblement transformations.

You would be working with the data science and data engineering business unit. We work with large enterprises to re-tool data professionals, enable teams, and train leaders in all things data and AI.

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