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Python Engineer for Food Startup

 A Point Of Service company has an open job for a Python engineer in San Francisco and willing to pay up to $150K! Fast times recently named this company one of the 50 most innovative companies in the world and they just signed a deal with a national food chain to be in every franchise. The ideal candidate will be a backend Python Developer with a passion for food. You will be building out APIs to integrate with their POS system. If you are hungry and live in San Francisco then please apply!

Required Skills & Experience

  • 4+ years of Python Experience
  • 3+ years of Database Experience

Desired Skills & Experience

  • Scaling a platform

Benefits & Perks

  • Company has been around since 2008
  • Cash flow positive
  • Benefits included

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