Web App/Software Engineer (Python)

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Our client is the world’s largest guest feedback platform, is on a mission to improve the travel experience, from finding the right hotel to having the perfect stay. The company works with hotels, destinations, and travel websites to make that happen. The company analyses hundreds of millions of travel reviews scattered across a vast, fragmented market and transforms this content into actionable insights and data visualizations.

Their team comes from many different backgrounds and cultures.

Right now we are looking for adventurers to join Web Applications team!

What does the company build?

The company’s products are used by hotels, meta-searches and online travel agencies all over the world! They enable hotels and destinations to provide travelers with better services, and we help intermediaries to help travelers planning their perfect trip with detailed review summaries. The company’s Web Applications are used by over 20,000 hotels worldwide to manage their reputation.

You will be responsible for a suite of features with JavaScript or a new project. If you enjoy thinking up useful and fun to use features and driving the implementation from specification to QA you will be the perfect addition to the team!

What do we expect from you?

  • Degree in Computer Science, or closely related degree;
  • 3 years+ experience implementing scalable web applications;
  • Mastery of Python;
  • Expert HTML & CSS knowledge. (Don’t worry, we have designers that write HTML/CSS for you.);
  • Working knowledge of relational databases;
  • Good algorithms knowledge.
  • Fluency in English.

How to apply for this job:

If you are interested, please, send your CV to e-mail: [email protected]

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