Backend Engineer

Research & Development

Kharkiv or remote

January 6, 2022

Our client is looking for an experienced Python Engineer to join the growing team! The product is the fastest, most reliable WebOps platform with enterprise-grade security and customer support. This platform is a set of practices that facilitates collaboration and automates processes to improve the productivity of the whole web team from developers and designers to content editors, stakeholders, and more. The result is cross-functional web teams empowered to develop, test, and release website changes faster and more reliably. The company builds best-in-class WordPress and Drupal sites with agile workflows, scalable infrastructure, and a lightning-fast content delivery network. 

As a Python Engineer, you will be building and maintaining microservices using Python 3, Django, Cloud SQL, and GraphQL. You will help make rapid product innovations possible, stabilize services, and drive the architecture shifts that unlock our ability to scale teams. Our client builds apps using reliable frameworks and tools that are known and trusted including Python 3/Django, MySQL, a CI pipeline, and a cloud-native container-based infrastructure orchestrated with Kubernetes. 

Responsibilities

Requirements

  • 7+ years of soft engineering experience;
  • Experience in Python 3;
  • Experience with MySQL, Cassandra, or similar;
  • Experience with distributed systems;
  • Kubernetes, Docker, GraphQL, Chef;
  • Google Cloud Platform, Azure or AWS;
  • Willing to work with Golang;
  • Intermediate level of English or higher.

Bonus points for

We offer excellent benefits, including but not limited to

  • Competitive compensation; 
  • Signing Bonus;
  • Flexible schedule;
  • 20 working days of annual paid vacation;
  • Paid sick leaves;
  • Friendly and engaging professional team;
  • Opportunities for self-realization, career, and professional growth;
  • Accounting and legal support.

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