Festicket is hiring a

Back End Python Developer

London Borough of Camden, United Kingdom

Festicket is transforming the way music fans discover and book tickets and travel packages for festivals around the world. Our platform revolutionises the music festival industry by offering an end-to-end experience for music travellers through an efficient two-sided marketplace for 500+ music festivals across 40 different countries! In three short years, we have become Europe's largest music festival platform.

We've just announced a Series B raise - https://techcrunch.com/2016/06/30/festicket-let-it...

Never mind Brexit. We have cash and the willingness to spend it on highly skilled staff and we already sponsor the visas of our staff whenever we need to.


We are looking for mid-senior level developers who specialise in Python and have some exposure to the Django framework (Flask applicants will also be considered).

We've just had a big funding round and now we need to overhaul our technology to meet the business's ambitions for the next 5 years.

We are a team of 9 looking to double in size over the next 6 months. To do this we need your dedication to get work done on time, to train new staff and integrate many new team members into this rapidly growing team while working with the other mid-senior developers to ensure that standards stay high and keep getting higher.




We work incrementally but do occasionally take on bigger projects to update our stack and offering. Our current methodology is agile kanban.

  • The applicant would normally have a maths, computing or software engineering degree.
  • Ideally you have setup and/or worked with a system of Continuous Integration.
  • 3+ years of working with Python (with some experience of Django or Flask framework)
  • Very good mathematical abilities
  • SQL, preferably PostgreSQL
  • You’re comfortable with modern web development standards including HTML, CSS, Javascript and responsive design
  • You have integrated systems with 3rd party APIs before
  • You’re also fluent with the command line, you use git
  • It would be great if you’d had experience with one or more of Redis, Gunicorn, Nginx, Ansible, or Ubuntu; or if you’ve worked as a developer in the travel, music, or e-commerce industries before. But it’s not a requirement.