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Lead a team of software engineers. Plan tasks, hold code and design reviews.
Gather requirements, with the larger team, to define high level architecture, collaborate with senior developers across the team on design. Review and approve the detailed designs.
Be responsible for planning for the budget, resources and tools to deliver against that roadmap.
Drive all aspects of the development including requirements definition, design, implementation, unit testing, and integration. Oversee detailed designs, implementation, and test plan reviews to ensure high quality deliverables.
Work closely with stakeholders to provide status, iterative releases, and make design decision throughout the development.
BA/BS degree in Computer Science or related technical discipline, or equivalent practical experience.
3 years of hands-on technical leadership and people management experience.
Hands-on programming experience in one of the following: Java, C++ or Python.
MS or PhD in Computer Science or closely related degree.
10 years of experience in system-level software development, with 5 years of hands-on technical leadership and people management experience (managing teams of 8 or more developers).
Large scale systems design experience.
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