Backend Software Developer (Python) At Dutch Analytics

What makes working with us for fun? You shall be one of the full-time backend Python developers of Dutch Analytics; actively contributing in the look, development, maintenance, and support of our existing and then generation products and services. You can play a key role in developing our state-of-the-art data model and science hosting platform, letting you work with the latest cloud and big data technologies.

Besides that, you are going to be part of an agile and multidisciplinary team of data researchers and software engineers, giving you plenty opportunities to grow your experience and explore new technologies. Master’s Degree in Computer Science, Applied Mathematics, Engineering, or related field. Proven experience with developing, developing, testing, and supporting production quality software.

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Experience with cloud computing services and concepts (GCP or AWS). Experience with pot and Docker orchestration platforms such as Kubernetes. Experience with using and administering SQL databases (e.g. PostgreSQL, MySQL, GCP BigQuery). Experience with loading data architectures and messaging services such as RabbitMQ. Affinity with big data and data technology concepts is an advantage.

Curious, resourceful, and a quick learner. You love to experiment and easily deceived quit! Strong communication and team-player abilities. Professional skills in English and the ability to explain technical concepts to non-technical people. A hands-on working mentality. What’s in it for you? Being part of an enthusiastic and international team in a fast-growing startup, building great things together!

1. Apply. Send us your CV and inspiration to apply for the working job. We shall get in touch asap! 2. Phone interview. We get to know each other and you will ask us anything about Dutch Analytics and the work. 3. Interview. You visit our office so we can really get to know you. 4. Assessments. To check on whether you like the job and test your analytical skills you have to do an assessment. 5. Job offer. We will make you an offer you can’t refuse!

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