Golang / Go Job: Go Developer - Contract - London


Go Developer - Contract - London at District4

London, United Kingdom 🇬🇧   (Posted Aug 7 2018)
About the company
A fintech company set to revolutionise payments in the UK

Job position
Permanent / Freelance - Remote work is NOT possible

Job description
We are working with an exciting Fintech business based in London. They're looking for an experienced Golang developer to join them on an initial 6-month contract to be extended. Offering £500 - £600 per day.

Skills & requirements
Commercial experience with Golang

Instructions how to apply
Please email Ben@District4.io with your CV and he will be in contact to discuss the opportunity in more detail
Company website: District4

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