Endurance is seeking a highly motivated Senior Software Engineer for our Houston, TX office.
The Senior Software Engineer plays a key role within each phase of the software development
lifecycle by applying their technical skills and experiences to improve Endurance software
design and development methods. This individual will work cross-functionally with the company
organization and groups which include security, operations, and other development teams. As a
Senior Engineer, this individual will contribute to the success of our engineering teams through
collaboration and mentoring.


As a Senior Software Engineer, you will:


ENGINEER QUALITY SOFTWARE. Deliver software applications that are engineered
effectively and efficiently. Deliver software applications that meet customer needs, company
objectives, and quality expectations. Contribute to the project discovery process, participate in
the software development lifecycle, and lead the way in producing enterprise-class web
applications.


MENTOR TEAMS. Mentor members of our engineering teams throughout the development
lifecycle in the areas of process, tools, design, quality, and engineering competency to deliver
high-quality software products on a consistent and effective timeline.


FACILITATE CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT. Collaborate with cross-functional teams to
ensure continuous improvement in all software products. Assist with engineering project
planning activities and participate in an enterprise-wide effort to share knowledge and improve
our product.


Responsibilities


 Write clean, well-formed, well-tested, and maintainable software following the accepted
coding standards and using best software development practices.
 Architect, design, develop, maintain, and enhance extremely high-quality software
products.
 Resolve problems of any scope and provide assistance to other team members on a
consistent basis
 Identify, troubleshoot, debug, and resolve defects in software and related systems on a
senior level.
 Direct the project discovery process to meet desired business outcomes.
Understand and properly use current major programming paradigms (and associated
styles) to meet desired business outcomes.
 Lead the way with impactful feedback to peers during code reviews and improvements to
the code review process.
 Identify ways to optimize our software products to provide for the needs of our enterprise
scale business.
 Identify feasibility and scope in work assignments on a senior level.
 Mentor other developers and improve the overall software product quality and team
through effective mentorship.

 Create enterprise-class architectural proposals and contribute to a peer-review based
process to evaluate how well they meet business needs and outcomes.
 Use a deep and comprehensive understanding of the hardware, protocols, and
technologies used for internet infrastructure to meet objectives.
 Understand current advancements in web technologies and how they can be used to
improve our software product.
 Demonstrate impeccable judgment in selecting methods and techniques for obtaining
solutions.
 Collaborate on the introduction of new technologies with the leadership team.
Address any development business need by creating a solution from concept to
architecture to planning to development to deployment.
 Provide for the needs of our enterprise scale business with performant architectural
decisions.
 Demonstrate experience in identifying, analyzing, and resolving performance related
issues on a senior level.
 Communicate effectively with team members, stakeholders, and demand generators
regarding technical details, requirements, goals, roadmaps, risks, and deliverables.
 Improve the process of engineering and deployment with a strong understanding of the
software development lifecycle.
 Identify innovative solutions to important business problems.
 Act independently to determine methods and procedures on new or special assignments.
 Help to maintain the accepted coding standards and software development practices.
 Having broad expertise or unique knowledge
 May supervise the activities of others.


Minimum Qualifications

 BA/BS degree or equivalent practical experience.
 5 years of experience developing websites and applications.
 Fluency in at least one client-side scripting framework
 Experience in at least one server-side computing language
 Strong level of comfort with the Linux command line, Git, and development tools.


Preferred Qualifications

 Over 10 years of experience in software and system development.
 Fluency in React, HTML, JavaScript, and CSS.
 Strong attention to detail.
 Strong understanding in several server-side computing languages
 Strong understanding of several client-side scripting framework
 Experience working in an Agile environment
 Excellent communication and organizational skills.

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