Rover — one of this year’s Seattle 10, an award recognizing the most promising startups in the city — is hiring new engineers as its dog care platform continues to expand. The company’s web platform connects dog owners to sitters, walkers, and other dog care services.
One of the open positions is a Senior Django Software Engineer, who will work with Rover’s technology and product management teams to improve and enhance its Django-based web application. The position requires five or more years of experience working with Django and Python as well as expertise in front-end web development and test automation.
Rover is consistently rated among the best places to work in Seattle, and it goes without saying that dogs play a large role in its workplace. Visit GeekWork to learn more about this position and apply, and check out all the open positions at Rover.
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