ML Horizons is seeking a Senior Engineering Manager to join our group, assisting in driving the development of XR oriented applications.  We’re looking for a candidate that provides both the ability to manage and coach our matrixed engineering team, as well as provide individual contributions when needed. This individual should have both the technical skills and team management experience to help build 3D/AR applications for our customers in the Defense and Public sectors. The qualified candidate needs to be a self-starter and able to operate in a highly dynamic environment. 

Responsibilities: 

  • Guide a team of developers in creating features for AR/XR applications 
  • Build, debug, and deploy mixed reality frameworks, tools, applications 
  • Track & report on project status, plan architecture, and present product vision to others 
  • Team player who can collaborate with cross-functional teams to define, design, and ship new features 
  • Contribute to team success through code and architectural reviews, as well as cross-departmental presentations 
  • Coach and mentor the members of the Engineering team, providing yearly reviews and growth plans to the matrixed members of the Engineering team 
  • Meet with the team members regularly, ensuring transparency and visibility 
  • Report directly to Director of Software Development, providing team status, health, and support planning. 

Qualifications: 

  • 10+ years experience developing software applications 
  • 4+ years experience managing engineering teams  
  • Strong programming skills and a firm understanding of engineering best practices 
  • Experience with both front-end and back-end development for multi-user applications. 
  • Familiar with network transports and protocols, such as Protobuf/MQTT, etc.  
  • Ability to rapidly adjust to changing demands 
  • Experience working with third-party libraries, frameworks, and APIs 
  • Strong communication skills, both verbal and written 
  • Clear understanding of 3D Math and 3D Graphics 
  • Experience interfacing applications with IoT and other custom hardware 

Education:  

  • BA/BS in Computer Science or equivalent experience 

Additional Information: 

  • All your information will be kept confidential according to Equal Employment Opportunities guidelines 
  • This position may have access to ITAR controlled technical data, or material placed under a security classification or similar restriction by the US Government.  As such, this position will require a US Person as defined in the ITAR, and may require the successful completion of a background check for a US Department of Defense security clearance 

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