Python Developer

  London

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Job Description:SIGMA Assessment Systems is on the hunt for a developer who loves to build React single page and progressive web apps, and doesn’t shy away from creating API endpoints when needed, in Python. We’re currently developing a next-generation assessment platform for administering high-stakes testing that requires your expertise. You will be working closely with a related business and our agency partner over several phases of the project. As the right candidate, you will:Write JSX componentsManage state and interface with REST APIs asynchronouslyDisplay impressive knowledge and curiosity about web developmentEnjoy digging deep into codeExplain difficult concepts to your teammates Knowledge & interest in:GithubPythonDjangoReactPostgresLinuxHTMLCSS Compensation: Negotiable What makes SIGMA a great place to work: We hire smart, effective, kind people. We treat them well and pay them fairly. Many of our employees have been with us for over 15 years, and most have advanced degreesA respectful, professional environment where your input is valuedWe’re family-friendly with excellent work/life balance4 weeks paid vacation to startBenefitsRoom for advancement as we continue to grow, limited only by your drive and abilities Company Description:For over 50 years, SIGMA has developed psychological assessments and offered related consulting services, with a focus on business applications of psychology, such as leadership development and employee selection. We work with executives, leaders, and other employees from a variety of industries, such as government, education, healthcare, retail, and hospitality. SIGMA offers the opportunity to work in an engaging, challenging, and growing business with other talented individuals. Our size and structure give us a degree of flexibility which is usually not possible in very large organizations. If you’re looking for a rewarding job opportunity, join our talented team of professionals. Job ID: 1956166
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SIGMA Assessment Systems

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