Senior Python Engineer (Remote in the US)

Horn Solutions

Job Title
Senior Python Engineer (Remote in the US)
Job Description

Responsibilities

  • Design & develop highly scalable APIs & infrastructure
  • Containerize & CI/CD applications in a modern DevOps paradigm
  • Contribute to architecture decisions & communicate well with other engineers
  • Build beautiful applications for client’s users/customers
  • Collaborate with other teams including product, UX, services, support & customers as needed
  • Utilize Python, Django, Airflow, Docker, Kubernetes, PostgreSQL, and more on a daily basis
  • Work in Google Cloud and AWS
  • Work in a GNU/Linux environment
  • Work in an agile-based environment using tools like GitHub and Slack
Restrictions
  • Telecommuting is OK
  • No Agencies Please
Requirements

MUST HAVE BACKGROUND

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience
  • 5+ years of software engineering experience building commercial-scale applications in the cloud
  • 3+ years as a Python developer including coding in Python on a daily basis
  • Personal drive & motivation to make a difference in a growing company
  • Takes initiative in learning new things, specifically new technologies
  • Interest & ability in mentoring more junior-level developers or other team members
  • Capable of working in a fast-paced environment
  • No sponsorship available
About the Company

Horn Solutions has partnered with a local startup client to bring on a Senior Python Engineer for their growing team here in Austin. This would be a 100% remote opportunity. This person will be responsible for developing a high-scale application used currently by over one million customers in the higher education field.

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