Director, Software Engineering

Solera Holdings   •  

Jacksonville, FL

Industry: Business Services

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11 - 15 years

Posted 299 days ago

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Position 80s

  • Provide engineering execution excellence, as well as technical vision and direction, to ensure the development team is aligned with the strategy of the company
  • Define objectives and track results for team members in a supportive, motivating, and fact-driven way
  • Work across other departments to get alignment on dev-related items
  • Lead and manage an effective engineering function to support productive development and quality of life for the development team
  • Build up and maintain the project roadmap/schedule with estimation of the scope of work
  • Identify and mitigate risks during the whole project cycle
  • Collaborate with senior engineering managers and engineers to architect and develop the best technical design and approach, delivering value quickly to customers without sacrificing the long-term.

Qualifications

  • Educated to degree level from a numerate discipline (preferably Computer Science)
  • +14 years of progressive technology leadership experience in Engineering functions (At least two years of experience managing managers and four years of managing engineering teams)
  • Strong ability to drive the Architectural Manifesto forward
  • Developed enterprise solutions, based on .Net/C# , J2EE, ReactJS/Angular, PostgreSQL,MongoDB
  • Familiar with domain driven design including microservices architecture (SpringBoot / .NET Core)
  • Developed quality automation and performance frameworks across global products
  • Obsessed by CICD – Continuous Integration Continuous Delivery leveraging PaaS (Platform As A Service) as foundation layer
  • Excellent logic and problem-solving skills.
  • Experience with agile development methodologies
  • Effective communication skills across all levels of an organization.
  • Experience managing outsourcing projects/resources..
  • End to End thinking - the ability to see how parts interact with the whole chain (big picture thinking)