Architecture and high-level systems design - provide technical leadership and translate product enhancement use cases and requirements into end-to-end architecture and high-level systems designs. Prepare plans to translate business requirements into well-designed applications while balancing user and business needs, technical competencies, industry developments, and time constraints.Â
People management - recruit, develop and mentor engineering team members to build a highly effective team: 1x1 with direct reports, goals setting and performance appraisals and responsible for talent development.Â Â
Engineering management - team sprint planning, assignments and managing team-bandwidth/allocations, facilitating cross-team coordination and collaboration when necessary, management of high-level team goals and initiatives.
Design and development - lead design, development, test, code review, document, deploy and maintain high-quality software, including cloud services, REST interfaces, command-line interfaces, and other client applications. Define and implement best software development practices and drive initiatives across the engineering team to ensure efficient and timely delivery of features.
Cross-functional engagement - work with other functional partners to contribute to product strategy, and roadmap definition.
Training - assist the Globus customer-facing staff on disseminating knowledge of Globus products.
Support - in collaboration with the Globus front line support, professional services, and other members of the product team, provide technical guidance on resolving customer support issues, as needed.
Counsels decisions on project and infrastructure needs, including the evaluation of server technologies, languages, platforms, and frameworks. Develops timelines and project plans for the team.
Plans and defines specifications for complex installations, maintenance, and upgrades. Identifies and analyzes performance and capacity issues.
Performs other related work as needed.
Bachelor's degree in a related field.
Degree in computer science.
Minimum requirements include knowledge and skills developed through 5-7 years or work experience in a related job discipline and 10+Â years of professional software engineering experience.
Technical leadership experience within an engineering team.
Experience managing engineering teams.
Technical Skills or Knowledge:
5+ years in Python, Ruby, NodeJS or similar scripting language.
Programming experience developing, implementing, debugging, and maintaining applications with Python.
Experience in Cloud Computing (e.g. AWS).
Expertise with building large scale distributed applications.
Experience supporting production deployment with large customer base.
Experience with SQL databases.
Experience developing, implementing, debugging and maintaining applications.
Experience with full design life cycle.
Experience creating design documents, development specifications,Â and other development related documentation.
Experience in Scrum or similar agile methodology.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Strong analytical and problem solving skills.
Excellent organizational skills and constant attention to detail.
Articulate project needs and effectively communicate those to coworkers in a respectful and collaborative manner.
Work in a collaborative team environment.
Occasional travel may be required.
Remote position option with occasional in-person meeting attendance.
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