Alumni Ventures Group is seeking a Senior Software Engineer who will serve as a senior contributor and client-facing, cross-functional member of our growing company’s engineering organization.


The Senior Software Engineer will wupport the design and develop of our proprietary, cloud-based venture software platform, and will:

  • Write clean, readable and well-documented code
  • Develop unit tests to ensure application quality
  • Document new and existing application features
  • Coordinate tasks with designers, developers and project management to ensure the timely delivery of software features


AVG’s Senior Software Engineer will be fluent and proficient in:

  • PHP
  • Javascript
  • HTML
  • CSS
  • js
  • MySQL
  • Git
  • Linux
  • Docker
  • AWS Cloud experience, including any of the following are helpful: EC2, S3, RDS, Lambda, API Gateway, Elastic Beanstalk, CodePipeline



  • Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or a related field
  • ~8 years of relevant experience in software development
  • Experience working successfully in an Agile software development environment
  • Proven work experience in web programming and web application development
  • A strong understanding of user interfaces, cross-browser compatibility, general web functions and standards
  • A solid understanding of how web applications work including security, session management, and best development practices
  • Proficient and demonstrable knowledge of relational database systems
  • Strong understanding of object-oriented programming and/or functional programming
  • Experience in planning and delivering software platforms used across multiple products and organizational units
  • Functional knowledge or hands-on design experience with web services (REST)
  • Great “team player” attitude balanced with willingness to serve as a solo project manager
  • Capable of managing both internal and external stakeholders
  • Proactive, a solutions oriented problem-solver
  • Flexibility and adaptability, a fast learner who is able to both apply and adopt skills readily
  • Collaborative team player who is willing and able to help get the job done and is capable of growing as the job and company needs
  • Able and willing to mentor junior and mid-level Engineers



Alumni Ventures Group is a fast-growing company with over 100 employees across the country dedicated to growing and engaging with an inclusive community of teammates, investors, and entrepreneurs disrupting the status quo in order to build a better future. AVG provides accredited investors with the opportunity to own a high-quality, actively managed venture portfolio.  Today, we serve roughly 4,000 investors, hundreds of startups, and a community of over 500,000 stakeholders across the country.  Our corporate headquarters in Manchester, NH provides support and resources to our investment teams in Boston, New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Menlo Park and Austin. 



Success for AVG’s Senior Software Engineer will be achieved by meeting the demand of our rapidly growing business for customized software, while managing both emergency requests and maintenance requirements as a leader and contributor to AVG’s existing engineering function.  

  1. Quality development and efficient delivery of custom software applications to be leveraged by AVG’s business and operations functions
  2. Rapid and effective response to emergent business needs including requests for design, build, upgrade and modification across AVG’s portfolio of applications
  3. Ongoing maintenance and support for existing systems and platforms via proactive analysis, problem-solving and solution identification

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