$80K — $100K *
In the Chick-fil-A Lead Software Engineer role you’ll serve as a team leader, problem solver, mentor, and expert software engineer. We need you to apply the technical experience you have gained in software development to the design, development, and delivery of highly engineered, complex technical products, serving to both oversee your team and contribute as a member. You will not be responsible for HR management of your team, though – you’ll rather be able to focus on the technical aspects of your team’s growth and delivery.
· Own solution architecture decisions for the team’s product
· Lead delivery and operations of the team’s product, including both individual contribution and support as well as delegated tasks and support to your team’s engineers. We desire our lead engineers to be both leads and engineers, spending about half of their time on leading others and half contributing engineering work themselves.
· Lead, mentor, and assess other staff engineers, exemplifying and teaching best practices, helping to solve knotty problems, reviewing code, and sharing stories
· Interview, select, onboard, and oversee other engineers
· Guide engineering team in adoption of Chick-fil-A software engineering standards
· Identify & propose emerging software engineering technologies, methodologies and/or approaches
Specifically do the above as it relates to Chick-fil-A’s FCR System which is used by Chick-fil-A’s restaurant accountants to manage financial disbursements related to our unique business model, overseeing the technical development and health of that product. This role will also help lead the moving of processes in the current system to be more automated, using ML models to help drive and audit that automation.
· Experience designing complex software solutions
· Experience mentoring and leading a team, including good interpersonal and team collaboration skills
· Experience with SQL and data modeling
· Experience with source control systems like Git or Subversion
· Experience implementing application security, software design patterns, and the SDLC
· Proven ability to positively influence the engineering culture and practices in a professional environment
· Bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering, Computer Science, or related technical field
· Experience with TDD, CI/CD, agile, Kanban, or similar software development practices
· Experience with Unix/Linux
Valid through: 12/25/2020
$100K — $150K
7 days ago