Python Software Engineer - Openstack, Python - Bristol

Novate IT Ltd
£45000 - £60000 per annum + bonus + bens
18 Oct 2016
17 Nov 2016
Contract Type
Python Developer - Openstack, Docker, Python, containerisation - Bristol £45,000 - £60,000 + bonus + bens

An immediate opportunity for a Python Developer with experience of developing solutions in Python and Docker (or other containerisation solution) for Linux platforms to join our high profile and growing client. A salary range of up to around £60,000 (+ bonus + benefits) is offered although this could be higher for the right applicant.

This employer have a global reputation for innovation and advance computing solutions. This role sits within the Bristol R&D team and so are really at the leading edge, pushing the capabilities and scope of their existing product range as well as coming up with fresh new ideas for the product range of tomorrow. This position has arisen due to a need to expand their R&D team which will involve further hiring activity in 2016/7 and will see the organisation more than doubling in size.

Applicants for these roles must be educated to degree level in a computing/mathematics/physics discipline and possess strong commercial skills in Python and developing software for Linux along with commercial experience in one or more of the following: Docker (or other containerisation technology), Openstack, virtualisation, software defined storage and/or networking. Additional experience of contributing to OpenSource projects would also be beneficial however not essential.

This company can offer you a generous salary and benefits package along with a genuine, long term career opportunity which will see you continuing to work at the leading edge of advanced computing technology. If this sounds like the role for you please send me your CV today for an immediate telephone interview.

Novate IT Ltd is a leading supplier of permanent and contract recruitment services for companies in the IT, Digital Media and Telecommunications industries.
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