AWS Senior Python Developer
Senior AWS Python Developer
- Contract Assignment – Inside IR35
- £522 – 750 PAYE, (£677-977 Umbrella)
- 9 months initially
- Work from home (occasional office visits for meetings)
We are recruiting for a Senior AWS Python Developer to join AWS Platform Engineering team for our client, a leading bank. The AWS Platform Team is responsible for the full development lifecycle of in-house cloud native tools and services.
You will be joining a highly skilled and diverse team of developers, engineers and architects.
We need people who tick the following boxes:
- Seasoned Python developers with experience of distributed systems and building at scale with serverless technologies.
- DevOps and Agile methods of working using CI/CD tools such as Jenkins and GitHub.
- Broad experience working across AWS services, such as Lambda, DynamoDB, SNS, Eventbridge, etc.
- A “you build it, you own it, you support it” mentality, providing on-call support from time to time
- Comfortable with Docker and Linux.
- Strong collaborative communicators who can thrive in a remote working geographically dispersed team.
It would be a bonus if you had experience with:
- GraphDB / AWS Neptune
- AWS certification(s)
- Good non-functional testing experience
- Experience working in a highly regulated industry
Supporting project teams to build safe, reliable and secure systems that address the company’s business needs is fundamental to this team’s responsibilities. To do this, we need people who will:
- Contribute to the security controls in place that ensure the security of the company’s assets that evolve continually with AWS improvements and evolving project needs.
- Build and automate tooling and services that help many / all projects to build things in a secure and efficient way.
- Develop robust artefacts including code modules that help project teams to get their security profiles right before any infrastructure is built.
- Write clear documentation outlining everything that we build, highlighting the key points that can be read by technical and non-technical people.