Software Developer ( mainly Python, Django, SQL Lite )2
- Company: United Nations World Food Programme
- Deadline: Monday 28th May 2012
- Location: Nairobi
The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) is the world's largest humanitarian agency fighting hunger worldwide.
WFP Kenya is looking to hire software developers for a three-month project, starting immediately, based in Nairobi. The project ("FoodNet") aims to develop a beneficiary and transfer management system for transferring cash and voucher-based benefits to WFP's beneficiaries.
Main Duties and Responsibilities:
- Support work on the FoodNet project to develop a beneficiary management and transfer tracking system by:
- Drawing up system design documentation;
- Writing and testing code;
- Reviewing and documenting software failures and taking corrective action as required;
- Producing user and system support documentation;
- Perform other related duties as required.
- Minimum of 5 years of professional experience, of which 5 years of experience with Python and minimum of 2 years of experience with Django framework;
- Strong analytical skills and attention to detail;
- Extensive experience in writing code and designing and running relative tests (unit, functional, integration) using the following programming languages and platforms: Python 2.7, Django 1.4, Oracle, and sequel servers (MS SQL, MySQL, SQL Lite);
- Experience in developing software applications for mobile operating systems (e.g. Android, Symbian) would be an added advantage;
- Knowledge of the following tools would be an added advantage: Buildbot, Selenium, celery, redis/memcached
How to apply
Send a resume to email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, and email@example.com
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