Temporary Python Engineer

Temporary Postion, Two Months, 20–40 Hours/Week

Engineering

Temporary Software Engineer (Python)

At so many companies, processes and apps and teams are disconnected and siloed. That’s why we’re building a solution to the universal challenges of unifying teams and systems to deliver a world-class customer experience. We’re a startup with big, daring goals, so outrageous technical chops and an unwavering obsession for customers are necessary. A love for dogs, pizza, and/or board games helps, too. You should also love partnering with engineering, product, and marketing teams to help craft flawless customer onboarding and solution implementations.

Here at Usermind, we’re makers and doers. With a small, yet focused team, it’s time to grow so that we can launch our service globally. We’re looking for engaging team members who will make an impact and evolve with the company.

What You’ll Do:

As a member of the software engineering team, you will also work cross-functionally with our product and customer success teams to help drive the product and development of customer workflows and journeys.  You’ll further develop your Python coding skills while you help streamline journey design, development and validation.  You will work with senior engineers to develop software and tools while being exposed to other cutting edge and emerging technologies.  You will also learn to document your work, creating a resource for future engineers to access, and to share your findings from your troubleshooting activities throughout the design and development process. This is a temporary (2-month) role working 20–40 hours per week onsite at our downtown Seattle headquarters.

Send us your resume if:

  • You can show us your development work (especially your Python projects)
  • You can demonstrate your debugging and validation skills in a technical interview
  • You have fluency in Python
  • You are a strong communicator and collaborator
  • You understand UNIX systems (Linux and FreeBSD), as well as programming in those environments
  • You understand a source control system like Git, Subversion, Mercurial, Perforce, etc.
  • You are enrolled in, or have completed, a Bachelor’s program in Computer Science or related field, or a bootcamp or coding academy with a specific training module in Python

Usermind is a 2016 Washington’s Best Place to Work, and every team member makes a huge impact daily. Usermind is an equal opportunity employer, and we celebrate our diverse, creative, collaborative team.

Want to make life easier for thousands of marketers, engineers, sales, and support people? Join our adventure.

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