Dashboard.lu is looking for a Python developer

Posted: Mar 1, 2019

**Job description** We from Dashboard.lu are looking for a Python/Django Developer, who is willing to work and live in Luxembourg. Be part of a small team (around 6 people) building amazing web apps to help our clients manage their data. You will be responsible for development, maintenance, and deployment of Django apps at client sites. The position is full time/part-time with the possibility of working remotely. **Requirements** - At least 3 year of professional experience in software development, - Degree in Computer Science or equivalent experience, - Good English skills (spoken and written), - Good understanding of javascript (framework usage experience), - Excellent knowledge of Python, - Very good understanding of web development concepts (REST, CRUD), - experience with API implementation, - Unit testing, - Knowledge of web server (Nginx), - Experience with SQL-databases (PostgreSQL) **Personal skills** - Capable of organising your work day (targeting each day, week, any period priorities), - Be honest, tell others if you have encountered some problems or miss dead lines, - High problem solving skills (you can find appropriate information on your own), - First design then proof of concept then implementation (Good architect), - Provide realistic task splitting and estimations. **Being considered as a plus:** - Django, Django-rest, API Schema concept, - Linux server (Ubuntu) experience (kerberos, ftp, firewall, cron), debugging server logs, deploying applications, maintaining servers, - IT Security knowledge, - ITIL, - Basic knowledge of virtualization with VMWare, - Some basic accounting understanding - Additional languages (French, German, etc) **About the Company** Dashboard.lu is a young fast growing Luxembourgish Fintech startup. We help our Clients to turn their data into online, interactive management reports. Our client base is expanding and so are we. Join us and grow with us.

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