Employer:                              TaxBit, Inc.
Job Title:                               Senior Director of Engineering
Degree Required:                 Bachelor’s degree or equivalent foreign education
Academic Discipline(s):       Computer Science or Computer Engineering
Experience Required:           5 years of post-degree progressive experience in computer science or computer engineering
 
Job Description
 
Lead a team of 28 software engineers and 2 software engineering managers; help teams build high quality software using latest software development methodologies like Agile, Scrum, or Kanban; utilize experience in multiple parts of the stack and innovate with new technologies in order to help teams create high quality experiences for our customers and clients; sets priorities and deadlines for tasks assigned to managers and software engineers; meet with department heads, managers, team leads, vendors, and others, to solicit cooperation and resolve problems; analyze data to inform software development decisions or activities; help build monitoring and debugging best practices so customer reported issues can be prevented proactively and also resolved in a timely manner; work on buy versus build decision for new software features so stakeholders have all the information they need to make a decision; utilize MySQL to run database queries and data changes; make decisions around the best Amazon Web Services (AWS) features to use to build new software features and products; utilize Docker and Kubernetes to support the containerization strategy for our features and products; utilize DynamoDB and MongoDB to handle billions of transactions from customers; assist with architectural direction for the user interface for products using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript; stay abreast with advances in technology; partner with designers and product managers to define the best practices for the tools TaxBit, Inc. is building; participate in software design review to ensure that the platform is scalable for the next 3-5 years; participate in code reviews to maintain code quality; help lead projects from idea to positive execution; and hire and mentor engineering managers and software engineers.
 
Minimum Qualifications:
  • Experience working in an engineering people management position
  • Experience with managing teams and managers across multiple offices and time zones
  • Experience working with Python programming language
  • Experience working with web development using HTML (HyperText Markup Language), CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), and JavaScript
  • Experience working with Docker
  • Experience working with AWS (Amazon Web Services) and AtScale services
  • Experience working with Linux and Microsoft Windows platform
  • Experience working with MySQL or PostgreSQL
  • Experience working with Amazon DynamoDB or MongoDB
  • Experience working with big data pipelines
  • Experience with designing and maintaining database tables
  • Experience with financial services
  • Amazon Web Services (AWS) certification
  • Project Management Professional (PMP) certification

Salary (Annual):         $265,000.00 - $285,000.00
Work Location:          66 Wadsworth Park Drive, Suite 200, Draper, Utah 84020
Hours of work:           Usually 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday - must be willing to work nights and weekends

Why you want to work here

  • Competitive cash compensation
  • Stock options
  • Insurance Package; Dental, Medical, Vision coverage with certain plans eligible for 100% medical premium coverage
  • 401k
  • Unlimited PTO
  • Maternity/Paternity Leave
  • Friday team lunches
  • Company Paid Life and Accidental Death Insurance
  • Affordable and Optional Short & Long Term Disability and Supplemental Life Insurance
  • Wellness Programs
  • Hybrid working model: 3 days in-office, 2 days remote
  • Autonomous and flexible work

**Vaccines are mandatory in order to foster a safe environment. 

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