Python Engineer

Philadelphia, PA


Full Time

$120k - $180k

A top developer of a financial technology designed to offer clarity in financial planning is looking for a fulltime Python Engineer to join their growing team. This company, based in Philadelphia, prides themselves on helping people see and understand their finances, track their progress towards funding goals, and make better decisions about their financial future.

In this role, you will work within an agile team framework to understand the roadmap, deliver on product vision, and help communicate designs and development decisions to people outside of the team. The ideal candidate will be able to jump in and perform as a trusted resource for technical and operational input. If you are an eager and innovative Full Stack Engineer looking to join an award winning, high-growth fintech company, then you do not want to miss this opportunity! Required Skills & Experience
  • Highly experienced with Python
  • 5+ years experience of application development for the web
  • Proficient experience with front-end programming languages (i.e. HTML, CSS, JavaScript)
  • Familiarity with React
  • Experience with distributed version control systems and tools (i.e. Github, Git)
  • Experience implementing and integrating with RESTful API services
Desired Skills & Experience
  • Proficiency in building responsive web applications (native mobile experience)
  • Experience implementing and architecting bespoke responsive mobile experiences
  • Experience developing a consumer web application
  • Understanding of UX best practices and their relationship to back-end design considerations
What You Will Be Doing Daily Responsibilities
  • 100% Hands On
The Offer
  • Bonus eligible
You will receive the following benefits:
  • Medical Insurance
  • Dental Benefits
  • Vision Benefits
  • Paid Time Off (PTO)
  • 401(k)
Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the US on a full-time basis now and in the future. This position cannot support any sponsorship or C2C requirements at this time.

Posted by: Nicole McCafferty

Specialization: Python