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Project Description

Lead the back-end software development team in one  of the world’s most recognized companies in clinical medicine, reproductive biology, embryology, and cryogenic biobanking. Be part of the architecture and development of the back-end coding for platforms focused towards the development of of humanity.

As a senior developer, you will design and develop Java-based solutions while working with an energetic, passionate and innovative team.  Lead a highly skilled team, you will have the opportunity to guide, inspire, and advocate for them, while being a hands-on Java developer.

Are you passionate about design, creating and monitoring top-quality development practices and leading skilled software engineerings teams? Then you could be the person we're looking for! 


What you will be doing:

  • Drive strategic and analytical engineering development team to implement IT solutions on and off-shore.
  • Bring creative problem solving to align the company’s technology development plan with the company’s business goals.
  • Work collaboratively with the product team, development team  Turning valuable feedback into product features.
  • Collaborate with the team in defining system architecture; implement data contracts; identify and proactively advise on potential risks to success.
  • Develop, test, and maintain regression and unit testing, working teaching and improving your team in the process.
  • Overtime help design, maintain and monitor an enterprise-wide data platform.

Desirable background

  • Solid experience with Java, Spring Framework, and SQL.
  • Advance core Java development experience, expert-level Java knowledge is a requirement.
  • Experience architecting and developing large scale design.
  • Strategic vision -- passion for building responsible technology and how it will make our customers’ lives better.
  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.
  • Ability to conduct technology analyses/evaluations, infrastructure decisions, and deep code reviews.
  • Experience working on a team and group collaboration with agile development code reviews and rapid, continuous integration.
  • 5+ years experience in Software Engineering Development.
  • 2+ years experience leading technical teams.
  • Excellent communication skills, able to communicate technical to non-technical teams.


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