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Job Title

Python Data Developer – London

Job Description

  • Python Developer
  • (Python, SQL, Tableau, Alteryx)
  • Hybrid Working £60,000-£80,000 per annum + equity + benefits

We are partnered with an international, award-winning foreign exchange specialist with over 40 years experience in currency exchange who provide foreign exchange and global payment services to individual and corporate customers.

The company is on a steep growth trajectory and is seeking to add a Python Developer to help develop new tactical business solutions , add velocity to new projects, build proof of concepts and solutions to deliver new business value quickly.

Restrictions

  • No telecommuting
  • No Agencies Please

Requirements

  • +3 Years commercial experience of Python Programming
  • Proficient in SQL and Data Analytic tools (Alteryx, Tableau)
  • Analysing current strategy and evaluating where efficiencies can be gained
  • Takes responsibility for actions, projects and people; takes initiative and works under own direction
  • You will enjoy working in a stimulating, diverse and intellectually challenging environment where collaboration is essential to achieving results.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Develop Solutions that add velocity and growth to the business
  • Develop new tactical solutions for the business, with speed and agility
  • Help grow new business opportunities and prove value before a wider IT build is undertaken
  • Use data analytics insight and intelligence to help significantly drive the business forward.
  • Work closely with the wider IT development team and Payment Solutions globally
  • Taking ownership of projects, ensuring any risks or uncertainty are identified and communicated to appropriate stakeholders

The client is looking to pay up to £80,000 per annum, plus benefits. They also offer a flexible hybrid working policy

For more information please send your CV to me on Luca.Serafini-Fracassini@lafosse.com

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