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Python Developer - AWS / GCP greenfield transformation 
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adzuna-uk  |  United Kingdom  |  

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ADZUNA-GB-FSWX4
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Location:
United KingdomNorth London
Category:
Information Technology/Computing
Salary:
£450.00 per Day
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Work Type:
Permanent
Work Time:
Full Time
Tags:
job,united-kingdom,adzuna

Description 

My digital disruptor client seek an AWS-oriented Python Developer, specifically with microservices, lambda and step functions experience, to work with a team of talented technical specialists to deliver a greenfield digital transformation.

Six month initial contract.

on experience in Cloud tech (Amazon Web Services (AWS) stack (Authentication / Authorization / Tokenization).

Components like IAM /Cognito highly beneficial and / or Google Cloud Platform (GCP) Gateway setup and configuration.

- No-sql databases /sql databases / (DynamoDB / Aurora around DevOps / on ci/cd process on Front end tools like React / Angular /Android & iOS App in implementing complex business process via Microserices.

If you are interested in a well-funded, start-up culture you could be the ideal candidate to really move their Greenfield roadmap forward at pace.

They are looking for top talent to join a newly formed Digital Technology team, based between their North London HQ & TechHub in Shoreditch.

This position is open to a talented senior developer who wants to drive and excel at the forefront of Data, Digital and Technology They are leveraging modern tools and methodologies including Jira, Confluence, Slack, Github, Zeplin and Sketch to enable rapid collaboration and increased velocity whilst being able to adhere to superior code quality They strongly prefer at least a partial blue-chip background; ideally technology-first companies like social media (Facebook, Twitter, Google, Instagram, etc.), Digital disrupters (Deliveroo, Uber, Eventbrite, Babylon, etc.), mobile telcos, challenger banks, etc.

- with a structured and analytical (but not theoretical) approach to problem-solving.

Education: STEM Bachelor's degree required (minimum; ideally from redbrick/Russell Group university)