The Role 

We are looking for an exceptionally motivated Software Engineering Manager to lead the design and development of cutting-edge web and mobile eCommerce applications across our many lines of business: retail delivery/click-and-collect (B2C), wholesale B2B, and CPG brands both via retailer (B2B2C) and D2C where allowed. The role is a foundational piece of a highly visible, business facing team focused on aligning strategic objectives with tactical demands in the cannabis industry, one of the fastest growing and most innovative industries in the US.

Responsibilities 

  • Plan and lead all development activities for 15+ full-time software engineers in the US and India
  • Manage and mentor a diverse dev team of varied seniority and skillset
  • Champion product roadmap and projects across the digital portfolio (web, mobile, in-store kiosk), owning the work / workflows to deliver revenue-generating experiences
  • Build and integrate client-side single page applications and server-side microservices into functional solutions that delight and engage our customers
  • Lead the design and development of modern cloud-native software, producing decoupled and highly-performant systems
  • Leverage cloud-native serverless technologies such as AWS Lambda to drive innovation and maximize speed to market in the software development life cycle
  • Optimize architecture for security, scalability, reliability, and resiliency
  • Codify, maintain and improve testing processes to ensure high quality and maintainable code
  • Collaborate across business and technical partners to define requirements, dependencies and challenges, mitigating risks and removing blockers

Stack

  • Frontend: React, Next.js, Composable / Atomic Design
  • Backend: Node.js, TypeScript, Serverless
  • Architecture: Microservices based, API first, Cloud-native SaaS, Headless

Qualifications  

  • 5+ years of progressive professional development, including 2+ years as a lead / manager
  • Track record designing, delivering and supporting complex technical solutions across multiple dev cycles, balancing priorities and distributed teams
  • Ability to motivate, mentor, empower, organize and communicate with people
  • Deep technical competency and thought leadership, leveraging existing proficiencies or adopting new frameworks
  • Unit, functional and integration testing via frameworks such as Jest or Selenium
  • Relational and non-relational databases; functions and containers; REST and GraphQL APIs
  • DevOps, cloud architecture and platform services on AWS, Azure or GCP

Additional Requirements 

  • Must pass any and all required background checks
  • Must be and remain compliant with all legal or company regulations for working in the industry
  • Must be a minimum of 21 years of age

 

GTI prefers all new hires to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and provide proof of vaccination at time of hire.

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