Unisport A/S, Denmark's leading company in terms of online sales of football products, are looking for a competent Python developer, who can take part in developing the numerous development projects in Unisport. With the aim of continued growth on both national and international level, Unisport are looking for a team-player to join a young and dynamic team, and with a passion to take things to a higher level.
The position As a programmer you will be a key person in the Unisport A/S development team. You will be a part of the development of our websites in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Netherlands, .dot com and more are in the pipeline.
You will work closely together with our three developers, and more will join. In addition to your own team, you will work closely with the mangement. When expanding to new markets, Unisport needs to keep showing high growth rates, and in this connection IT plays an important role.
The platform must be stable, and be developed both technically and commercially. You will therefore have to be motivated to, based on the current platform, take things to the next level. Furthermore, you have the drive and passion to deliver and a wish that your development will be a part of innovating e-commerce.
Qualifications We expect you to have strong technical skills and practical experience with our technology stack.
- Experience with Python, including web frameworks Django/flask
- Git version control
- PostgreSQL, Solr, Redis
- Substantial experience with Unix and Linux operating systems
- Knowledge of AWS
We can offer you and how to apply An exciting and unique opportunity, where you can set the limits for the daily challenges. You can help make a difference, and you will become a part of a company where the will to improve is combined with a proud culture and a creative and professional environment.
Send your application and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Time of employment will be based on agreement.Please notice, that you will work from our office in Copenhagen. Working remote is unfortunately not possible.