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Django freelancers required at award-winning start-up

Dan Yates is creating the online portal for booking camping and caravanning breaks, a market which is booming as Brits switch to domestic holidays - 80% more Brits now go camping than holiday in Spain.

Judged Best UK Travel Information Site at the Travolution Awards 2010 and with 1m visitors so far, we have a clear plan towards profitability and were founded by former staff with long experience of the holiday park sector. has already been featured throughout the national press and 2011 is set to be our biggest year yet.

We're looking for ambitious developers to join our friendly team, to help us manage our current site and tackle online booking, geo and search challenges. The company is based in London but remote working is fine.

  • Expert in Django/Python, ideally with GeoDjango experience
  • Good level of experience with PostgreSQL/MySQL and ideally Javascript skills
  • Familiarity with Apache/nginx server environments
  • A fan of agile working practices - gets things done
  • A quick-on-the-uptake problem solver
  • Enjoys coming up with new feature ideas

We're all about collaboration - you'll take part in regular brainstorms as the company grows rapidly over coming months, so you'll be involved directly in:

  • Solving a real problem in the camping sector that will benefit millions
  • Rapid evolution of a high-profile startup, working alongside other experts in their fields
  • Apolitical, friendly working environment

Ready to be part of this exciting and growing brand? Please apply online at, or contact me with any questions.



Daniel Yates
Managing Director,

Winner, Best UK Travel Information Site, Travolution Awards 2010

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