7 Dec 2011

Full-Time Python / Django Developer

Automata StudiosSilver Spring, Maryland, United States

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Job Description

We are looking for someone who knows Python and Django very well and is also comfortable with Javascript, JQuery mobile, CSS, HTML, as well as other Django related technologies to join our top notch development team.  If you would enjoy working with very talented developers and architects on a groundbreaking new mobile product this may be your calling. We are looking for people who are professional, detailed oriented, take pride in doing their best work and are inherently self driven.This is an extremely exciting project and we are looking for just the right person.  We are specifically looking for someone to work locally. Telecommuting/Teleworking won’t be an option.Be great!  Be excited!

Skills and Requirements

Job responsibilities include but are not limited to:
  • Architect and implement scalable systems and APIs to supply content and media to users and mobile apps
  • Maintain and improve current web features and architecture
  • Write and maintain technical documentation on applications, processes and work-flow
  • Assist with ongoing analysis and strategy to improve web services
  • Other responsibilities as assigned
  • Bachelor’s degree in computer science, software engineering, or equivalent experience require
  • Proven ability to meet deadlines with acute attention to detail and to work on several projects concurrently
  • Excellent communication skills—both oral and written
  • Requires intellectual and emotional depth, maturity, self-confidence and interpersonal skills

About Automata Studios

We recently worked on IBM’s Watson, and this product is no less revolutionary.  Come join our team!

How to Apply

Send your resume to fbrockelman@automatastudios.com

Job Categories: Engineering. Job Types: Full-Time. Job Tags: css, django, html, javascript, jquery, and python.

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