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PremFina is a fast-growing, Insuretech scaleup that builds white-labelled software. Our software puts us in the middle of all insurance-based transactions meaning we aim to serve you (the policy holder), insurance brokers, insurers, insurance financers and all other players in the insurance world.
One of our main products serves insurance policy holders and insurance brokers and with it our clients can opt in to receive financing from us, choose to self-finance or take a hybrid finance and self-financing approach.
Whoever the client is or whatever flavour of insurance product they choose, we are committed to putting tech-first so that we can improve the user experience, automate the easy stuff, and offer flexible insurance products worldwide. For us, this means that all our products are 100% cloud based, it means that we use cutting-edge technologies, and it means that we aim for everything we build to be fully self-service.
Currently, 50% of our employees are in the IT team. Our HQ is in London, UK. We have offices in Bulgaria, Poland and Ireland and we are only getting bigger with plans to expand our client base and employees worldwide. As our people grow, so does our tech-stack, which we aim to keep up to date. We are flexible in our use of technologies, approaching a problem that requires solving through the best possible options.
As a Senior Python Developer this is where you could come in. You will be responsible for the planning and development of Back-end microservices used for premium insurance financing. You will interact with staff to understand business requirements and make sure that the applications you work on meet them. You will have the opportunity to use cutting edge technologies like Kafka, gRPC, Docker, Kubernetes in an event driven environment.
Some of your daily tasks will include:
Our ideal teammate has experience with/knowledge in:
You will get brownie points for: