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Python Backend Developer.

You will be helping us build and develop powerful tech. Learn more.

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At Skcript, we design, develop and launch top-notch digital products. This includes the products that we build for ourselves, the ones that we build for our customers and the ones that we build for everyone. Some are experimental, some are for a small set of people and some are massive products. Everything falls back to the unmatched quality of our products and services.

Skcript is still a very young company, with a small team working on products that touch millions of lives. Currently, we are building new things that are ahead of the curve. We experiment with a ton of ideas, fail, learn, go back to the white blank canvas over and over again, until we find the right solution.

In less than four years of existence, we've achieved some of the things that many people have spoken about for years. Today, we're doing something big for which we would like someone to tell that to the world.

As a backend developer, you will be working closely with our Development team as well as our customers, analyzing requirements to methodically to help build products that will transform the way that people think and function. We’ve created a brand name for ourselves with some of the biggest companies in the world, and we would like you to be a part of it.

As an python backend developer, we expect you to:

  • Around 2 years of prior experience working with Python
  • A good knowledge of OOPS Concepts
  • A fair knowledge of HTTP REST APIs and scalable HTTP architectures
  • Should be able to work with Django or Pyramid
  • Should be able to write test cases and clean, reliable code

Your responsibilities will include:

  • Working on existing projects.
  • Working with both the backend and design teams
  • Work with existing open source libraries
  • Should be willing to work from the client’s space
  • Understanding of the existing architecture.
  • Writing test cases.


  • You will know how happy the team is, when you walk in for an interview.
  • If the job description does not motivate you, what will?
  • Perks are the last thing you should worry about.
  • You do what you're best at, and you will get more than what you expect.