Ellipse Data are industry leaders in aggregating and manipulating sports data to create products and services that enrich the experience of sports fans and teams around the world. We currently operate in cricket, tennis, and rugby, with ambitious plans and financial backing to apply our philosophy and expertise to expand into other sports.
Our team of highly skilled developers, engineers, data scientists and editorial analysts work with and create products used by international boards, global broadcasters, media groups and some of the most recognisable sporting teams in the world.
Ellipse is now in a position where its data products and analysis is used in sports competitions around the world, and an Ellipse client may be using our data at any minute of every day throughout the year.
Ellipse Data is looking for a Python developer to be part of a cross-functional team that’s responsible for the full software development life cycle, from conception to deployment. As a Python developer, you should be comfortable with both front-end and back-end coding languages, development frameworks and third-party libraries. This role is remote with some travel to London required for team meetings.
Equality and Diversity:
Ellipse is committed to building an open and inclusive culture that supports personal development and learning. Ellipse believes in the principle of equal opportunity in employment and its employment policies for recruitment, training, development and promotion despite any differences based on individual grounds of race, colour, nationality, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, age, ethnic and national origin, disability or gender reassignment.
To apply, please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “Python Developer”. Please also include an example of work demonstrating the above skills (e.g. blog post or GitHub repo) and/or a cover note outlining your relevant experience and why you would be an asset to our organisation.
We cannot promise to respond to all applicants due to the volume we receive.