ConstructSecure is the Partner Elevation Platform for builders and owners of capital projects. We are embarking on an exciting new phase of growth and are hiring aggressively, looking for the best talent in Boston, Boise, and beyond. 

To support this growth, ConstructSecure is on the hunt for a seasoned Principal Software Engineer to be part of the foundational team that builds an industry-changing SaaS platform. This role will be part technical leadership and part hands-on coding, so we’re looking for a proven leader who is still excited to roll up their sleeves and do the work.

What you’ll do:

  • Help build a team. In your first year, you’ll partner with our VP of Engineering to recruit, onboard, and train an on-shore team of engineers. 
  • Coach & mentor. You’ll help newer engineers grow their skills, provide leadership and guidance to the team, and contribute to making ConstructSecure a destination for engineering talent.
  • Serve as a technical lead. You’ll dive into the code to design and implement best-in-class software solutions using AWS, Java (Spring), and Javascript (Angular).

Who you are:

  • An egoless leader who understands the importance of creating a culture where the best idea (not the loudest voice) wins.
  • Action-oriented, you are always looking for opportunities to make an impact.
  • A curious life-long learner, you probably have more than a couple of side projects in the works at any given time.
  • A proven engineer with 10+ years of experience under your belt, you are not only comfortable learning new languages and technologies, but you also look forward to the challenge.
  • A strong communicator, you know how to use tools like Slack, Zoom, Jira, and Confluence to move sprints along when the team is distributed across multiple time zones.

 

About ConstructSecure:

ConstructSecure is the Partner Elevation Platform for builders and owners of capital projects. The world’s most admired organizations — including Skanska, Merck, and Gilbane — use ConstructSecure to ensure their contracting partners deliver great work, on budget and on schedule, by collaborating with them to dynamically mitigate safety, financial, quality and sustainability risks throughout every project lifecycle. Originally started as an internal risk assessment system at Harvard University, ConstructSecure is now an independent company championing the Partner Elevation movement. ConstructSecure is headquartered in Burlington, Massachusetts, with employees across the United States. 

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