Senior Software Engineer

NxCodes

Job Title
Senior Software Engineer
Job Description

We are looking for Python developers to join a brand new fully remote engineering team building a greenfield project. Whilst the majority of the project is built with Django we expect any new joiners to:

  • Work across the full stack. Backend, frontend and infrastructure.
  • Be actively involved with our designers and internal stakeholders when developing our user experience. Your opinion counts.
  • Write code in a sustainable and extensible manner to allow for quick regional expansion and scaling.
  • Take ownership, architecting and leading on your chosen areas of the project.
  • Work with both large scale B2C platforms, and B2B integrations.
Restrictions
  • Telecommuting is OK
  • No Agencies Please
Requirements
  • Python (must have)
  • JavaScript (must have)
  • Django (strongly desired)
  • React (strongly desired)
  • SQL (desired)
  • Docker (desired)
  • Kubernetes (desired)
  • AWS (desired)
About the Company

We are a fast-moving, well-funded startup focused on bringing a sustainability and socially responsible alternative to a traditional and fragmented industry. We're building a best-in-class product and are planning to launch in Q4.

Be part of the founding engineering team and build industry-leading consumer experiences, a first-of-its-kind b2b product, and state-of-the-art internal tools that will support rapid growth and exceptional customer experiences.

Quality and attention to detail is key. We’re a small, fully remote team, working on a greenfield project. You’ll have a key role and the ability to influence both the team’s direction and that of the technology roadmap.

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