Python Backend Developer

Job Location(s) SE-Stockholm
Job ID
Product Development


Planview is a world leader in portfolio management solutions for enterprise and commercial business and we are growing. We have a passion for technology, customer commitment, and innovation. Right now, we are seeking for the right person to join our Projectplace product development team at our office in Stockholm, Sweden. We believe that software development is a creative process, and that technical solutions are best decided on by the people implementing them. This means that we don't do top-down managing. Instead we aim to provide support and encouragement for our teams.


We are looking for someone who is open-minded and communicative, with a genuine interest in quality. You believe it is better to find the root cause than to deal with the effects of it. Maybe you have an impressive amount of experience in backend development, maybe you've just gotten started. What matters to us is that you are skilled and genuinely interested in learning and keeping up with current best practices.


  • Development and maintenance of our application
  • Planning and evaluating upcoming technical work
  • Continuous improvement of technical development environment


  • 3+ years of web backend systems development
  • 1+ years of Python experience
  • Good communication and collaboration skills

Great Benefits and Fun Perks

  • We offer highly competitive benefits packages for every lifestyle.
  • No one likes working in a box, right? That’s why in our office locations we have open work environments with optional standing desks, soft drinks, gourmet coffee machines and fresh fruit to get your day going! Oh, and a patio balcony with BBQ’s for those days when the weather is behaving.
  • We believe in regular fun office events and monthly happy hours!
  • We offer flexible work hours and we are family friendly.

Planview is an Equal Opportunity Employer


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