Senior Python Engineer - $60k (Remote)

Additional Benefits:
January 3, 2017
Employment status
Full Time
UAE » Dubai
Are you one of top Python Developers in the world?  Do enjoy solving the incredibly complex problems that no one else has been able to complete?  Are you 2x more productive than the typical Developer?  Are you interested in earning $60,000 USD while working for the best companies from the comfort of your home? Eager to join a network of the most talented remote workers in the world? If so, this role is for you. Job Description In this role, you will play a dynamic leadership role in a fast-paced environment. You will be responsible for developing solutions to complex problems, designing and delivering real enterprise-class software products and APIs and being a hands-on peer leader of top development resources. Key responsibilities Responsibilities will include: - Writing and debugging both unit and integration tests for enterprise applications/specific platforms/products - Proactively plan, implement, and maintain new services within the distributed system that comprises our backend platform (e.g APIs, internal services, and data processing pipelines) - Develop new user-facing features from conception to execution - You will be expected to effectively execute the transition of current code to new technologies and update third party components - Take ownership of the process of identifying dependencies and performing code reviews, helping us to maintain our standard of excellence throughout the process. The Project - You must be a Python EXPERT with additional solid skills. - Your Python expertise rotates around Python development and familiarity with PEP standards, especially PEP-8. - You will be writing components that integrate into OpenStack.   - Required skills and knowledge include: Linux, Horizon, Django 1.9, REST, rabbitMQ, Jenkins, sphynx - Important project notes:   You will be writing components that integrate into OpenStack.   This result will be a datacenter orchestration platform that runs on Linux   Unlike the typical Django implementations where Django is used solely as a     view, through this all data is fetched via a custom  client. Models are not         used.   The server backend consists of a wsgi application that gets its data from         backend services via RPC calls over rabbitMQ.   The service tier interacts with the database via sqlalchemy.   Database changes are managed using albemic database migrations.   Jenkins is used for CI and tests are run against python2.7 and python 3.4.   Jenkins is also used to deploy releases and to run functional tests.   Git is used for source control.   Code is written to the PEP-8 standard and custom rules are added as needed,   Jenkins jobs exist for PEP8 as well.   Documentation is generated using sphynx from docstrings.   Other background documentation is maintained as .rst files and rendered into   html