Turing Internship – Remote Full-Stack Developer Jobs

  • Full Time
  • Pakistan


A US-based company that is working to curate a fashion brand for the digital-first generation, is looking for a Python Back-End Developer. The selected candidate will be responsible for managing and documenting tools, strategies, and data pipelines. The organization uses technology to disrupt the entire fashion lifecycle, from design to manufacturing, and to provide different customer experiences through their storefront properties. This is an incredible opportunity for developers to join an innovative company that is creating game-changing inventions.

Job Responsibilities:

Design and execute low-latency, high-availability, and high-performing applicationsDevelop reusable, efficient, testable, and scalable codeIntegrate user-facing elements with server-side logic in collaboration with front-end developersIntegrate data to turn them into insights to drive better and faster decision-makingWork on existing databases to enhance functionalityManage and create documentation for tools, strategies, and data pipelinesActualize security and data protectionCoordinate with internal engineering and development teams to understand requirements and develop solutions

Job Requirements:

Bachelorƒ??s/Masterƒ??s degree in Engineering, Computer Science (or equivalent experience)At least 6+ years of relevant experience as a software developerKnowledge of Python programming language, maintaining multiple versions of Python via Anaconda or similar frameworksExperience with building applications via service frameworks such as Flask, FastAPI, or DjangoExperience with integrating with databases such as PostgreSQL and MongoDB via available ORMs like SQLAlchemy, Motor, etc.Knowledge of tools to manage different environments via env files or poetryWorking knowledge of Azure cloud is nice to haveFamiliarity with Web scraping via Scrapy or others is desirableExperience with Data Analytics libraries is a plusProactive communication skills is a must‹¯¨‹¯¨Fluency in written and conversational English

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