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  • London, England
  • £90000 - £110000 per annum + bonus + benefits
    • Permanent
  • 06 Nov 2019

Software Developer / Full Stack Engineer (C# .Net Core F# TypeScript React Elastic). Are you a technologist seeking a new challenge; want to work with functional programming whilst continually learning and collaborating to solve complex problems?

Imagine yourself working on complex and intellectually stimulating systems for a technology driven Hedge Fund; you could be designing and developing real-time, high frequency trading applications for betting on the global sports markets. You'll be able to use a variety of technologies with a focus on .Net and F# through to TypeScript and React on the frontend; there's lots of opportunities to get your voice heard and influence design, development and architecture. There's a culture of testing first, clean code principles and using the right tool for the job.

You'll be based in fantastic offices in a vibrant area of North London with in-house gym and steam room, games room with pool tables and dart boards, library and free high quality catering (breakfast, lunch, dinner) from the onsite chef.

Requirements:

*You're a technologist with a genuine enthusiasm for what you do
*You have strong experience with C# .Net server side development and a good understanding of scalable, highly available architectures and event driven patterns
*You have used F# commercially and are keen to pursue this further
*You have a good knowledge of testing practices with a good appreciation of what to do and when
*You're proficient with front end technologies with a good up to date knowledge of front end frameworks
*You're an advocate of Agile development methodologies
*You're collaborative by nature, enjoy technical discussions, happy to help others and continually learn

As a Software Developer / Full Stack Engineer you will earn a competitive salary (to £110k) plus bonus and benefits package.

Apply now or call to find out more about this Software Developer / Full Stack Engineer (C# .Net Core F# TypeScript React Elastic) opportunity.

REF: BB/13381/G/KS/061119_1573029402

  • £75k - 100k
  • 06 Nov 2019

Job description

With a rapidly expanding program of major engineering projects, we need team leaders focused on project delivery and client satisfaction. The day to day requirements of the role will change with each project, depending on its technical profile, its scale, and the situation of the engineers within the project team as a whole. But in every case we need Lead Developers who not only meet our exacting engineering standards, but who also excel in the areas of team leadership and management, client communications and project planning.

Our approach to delivery (flat structures, minimal division of labour) mean that we tend to have small teams for any given size of project. The teams, however, are highly skilled and extremely agile, which tests the skills of our team leaders (Lead Developers) in mapping the team and its work onto projects that are often complex and high risk, and with rapidly evolving requirements. We need capable team leads who are persistent and persuasive, and who not only know how to run a project so that it can succeed, but also what to do when things are going wrong.

The role will involve occasional travel and working on site with clients, depending on the project.

Our Approach

You’ll be working in smaller, more agile teams than usual. Our philosophy is to liberate our developers to do the best job they can with minimal interference. You’ll be immersed in the business side of the work from the start of each project too, so you can shape it to meet the business requirements. The position combines the roles of architect, lead developer and team lead.

Any success we have had is because of this development model, which we have been refining for almost 20 years, first as LShift, and now as the Systems Engineering team at Oliver Wyman Digital. We work across technologies, platforms, OS’s and industries, which means you will be working on a wide range of projects and will gain a correspondingly wide range of experience, both technical and personal, as an engineer and as a leader.

Skills & Requirements

On the purely technical side, we recruit people who combine breadth and depth of outlook and experience. This reflects the broad nature of the work we are required to do. We systematically turn our hands to a range of technologies; we have built projects that are deployed on Unix, Windows, OS X, Android & iOS, and, for example, have used C#, Clojure, Erlang, F#, Go, Java, JavaScript, Objective C, Python, Ruby, Scala, and Scheme in production. You must have sufficient engineering / Computer science depth to be able to learn and apply new technologies quickly.

A good candidate will have the following technical skills and attributes:
Knowledge of algorithms, data structures, complexity
Experience with different programming paradigms (definitely OO, at least one of functional or declarative, and any others a bonus) Versed in several programming languages
Familiarity with, eg., test driven development, continuous integration, micro service architecture, containerisation


A passion for open source technologies and open standards
A passion for technology in general
Good Unix and Windows skills

However, in this position we are looking not only for those technical skills, but also the kind of leadership, presentation and management skills that will allow you to lead teams of our engineers on projects.

A good candidate will have a mix of the following leadership skills, capabilities and experience: Knowledge of project delivery tools and methodologies (Agile, Waterfall, etc.)
Proven team leadership and mentoring skills
Proven client handling and communications skills

Experience of all stages in the project life-cycle Ability to

apply software design principles across a wide range of architectures act as a systems architect
lead significant systems integration projects
handle significant client engagement issues on a project

act as a technical product manager
provide technical consultancy in a client-facing role work well with non-technical stakeholders

  • £50k - 80k
  • 06 Nov 2019

Job description

We develop a very comprehensive healthcare web-application that runs all aspects of a medical practice (from GP practices up to large hospitals groups). Our application includes:

  • Patient medical record system
  • Comprehensive consultation suite
  • Document management
  • Scheduling
  • Accounting
  • Email
  • Social network
  • Task management
  • Referral management
  • Reporting and query system for analytics
  • Clinical text analysis using NLP
  • Collaboration system
  • Practice networking
  • Patient portal
  • Occupational health portal
  • PACS system (MRI/X-ray/Ultrasound)
  • And much more...

We have a very relaxed working environment that is more akin to a start-up than a company that's been running since 2005. We have a team of 10 developers who are very capable and committed, there are no office politics or any of that nonsense, it's a very collaborative environment. We try to keep quite a flat structure where we expect developers to take responsibility for dealing with everything in their purview (with the CTO there as advisor if needed). This has allowed us to keep the team small and efficient.

Obviously with web-application development there's a reasonable amount of CRUD work, that's a given. But we have also developed interesting in-house tech of our own (distributed databases for document storage, natural language processing for clinical text parsing, UI frameworks, DSLs, distributed config systems with PAXOS, language-ext, and echo-process, to name a few). We run on our own machines in high-security data-centres rather than on AWS/Azure, and so we have also developed our own in-house solutions for deployment, etc.  We are likely to become a hybrid solution over the next few years: cloud + our own servers.

The people we need are 'self starters' and are happy to work on any part of the stack, from UI, to back-end, to data-centre automation, services etc.  You must be prepared to develop code using the functional paradigm - this is super important, if you think Martin Fowler is a god, please don't apply.

We need creatively minded individuals who can solve unique problems; not just with code problems, but in improving healthcare too. Healthcare professionals are often not very tech-savvy, and are therefore either scared or incapable of communicating with tech-people. So I need programmers than can hear a real world problem and think creatively and with empathy for the end user.

You should have significant C# and web-development experience (the web experience doesn't have to be with .NET, we use ASP.NET for our 'transport' mechanism only - we don't use any of the MS frameworks (other than the .NET BCL) -- they change so often, and when we started writing the app in 2005 they were mostly awful). F# experience is useful but not essential. If you don't have F# experience, you will be expected to learn it and use it: we've been writing some of our satellite components in F#, and we want to use it more (the core application is C#, so that will give you time to get up to speed anyway).

If you know [Language-Ext](https://github.com/louthy/language-ext) (and understand why it exists) then that will help, as we use it throughout the application to bring robustness to our system. SQL Server is our primary database solution, so experience with that is essential - but we also use Postgres. If you have any Postgres experience that would be valuable.

We don't care about what degree you have (or don't have), but we do want to see experience and a passion for what you do. Github projects are incredibly helpful for that. Written and spoken English must be good. And unfortunately until we know what is happening with Brexit: resident in the UK.

We offer a very attractive salary, employee profit sharing, and a relaxed working environment - working on proper technological solutions. You will not be forced/expected to work long hours as so often happens in software (in fact we actively discourage it). Remote working is also an option, most of the devs work remotely (but this must be after an initial in-office trial period of one month).  Remote workers are expected to visit the office at least once per-month for the development team meeting, which is where the developers all get together to talk about interesting things (not always work related).

No recruitment agencies / soliciting

Skills & Requirements

Significant experience in C# and evidence of a varied career in software development

Nice to have: F# or Haskell experience (or any functional language)

A willingness to use the functional language paradigm rather than OO

SQL Server / any relational database experience

Web application development experience

Outside interests that convey that you're a human being and not a robot! 

  • £55k - 62k
  • 06 Nov 2019

Job description

Role: Senior Backend Developer- Level 3/3.5

Team: Technology

Reporting to: Head of Delivery

Location: Bonded Warehouse, Central Manchester

Salary: £55,000 - £62,500

What we’re looking for

We’re looking for Senior Backend Developers to join our growing team. We’re passionate about using the latest technologies and want you to be too. We’re not just looking for people who’ll just sit and turn specs and requirements into code. You’ll be free to champion new ideas and tech, through collaboration and teamwork. Willingness to adapt and be flexible is key.

We want people who are comfortable working in a multi-disciplined delivery team, designing and delivering innovative solutions, deploying code in a continuous deployment environment and using cloud technologies and CI-CD pipelines.

As a Senior Backend Developer, you will:

Be seasoned in delivering well-tested code and truly care about the quality of your output

Understand and be able to work under the pressures that come with working in a fast-paced environment

Be able to guide and mentor less experienced members of the team

Be easily adaptable and open to trying new tools

What you'll be doing

Practicing object-oriented design, the SOLID principles and TDD, you will be working on backend-weighted, full lifecycle development and microservices architecture using C# and F#, ASP.NET Core 2.2, SQL, CosmosDB transitioning to DynamoDB and RESTful interfaces, with our front-end built in React.

Alongside this, you will be working with Middleware, so experience with Queue systems MSMQ or RabbitMQ, Event driven, Pub-Sub systems or some exposure to SignalR type of real time event-based system (we use Kinesis Data Streams) would be a distinct advantage.

We operate different methodologies across our teams. Whether Scrum, Kanban or Scrumban, the team decides what’s right for them to deliver high transaction, secure and stable products. Products that deliver real impact.

In terms of Cloud technologies, we use Azure and AWS and our products are built cloud-first, but if your background is Google cloud (GCP), then we’d still like to talk to you.

We use Git for version control and the full JetBrains suite for our IDEs (for Rider: think VS, but with ReSharper natively implemented).

Working at Auden

Based on the top floor of Manchester’s iconic Bonded Warehouse, Auden is one of the businesses at the forefront of the St. John's Development.

We are a committed equal opportunities employer and welcome applications irrespective of race, religion or belief, nationality, ethnic or national origin, sex, transgender status, pregnancy, disability, age, sexual orientation, marital status, civil partnership or trade union activity.

Find out more

If all the above excites you, then we’d love to talk to you.

NO Recruitment Agencies. All CVs will be taken as gifts.

Auden is authorised by the FCA.

  • 06 Nov 2019

Job description

Are you a skilled C# developer who can deliver highly responsive and easy-to-use software solutions? Then this might be an opportunity for you.

The position

Are you a skilled C# developer who can deliver highly responsive and easy-to-use software solutions? Then this might be an opportunity for you.

We are looking for an application developer to join one of the agile teams in our London office. The teams develop Order Manager; a SimCorp Dimension 'trading' application that is part of the Front Office software suite.

Key responsibilities

As a software developer you will be responsible for delivering new Order Manager features and for continuous improvements to the existing code base. You will be involved in all phases of the development process, and your tasks will include requirements review, requirements development, design, coding, code reviews, writing unit tests, and support. You would be expected to work with both server-side and client-side components, producing stable and performant code.

You will work in an agile team with a scrum master, product owners, developers and testers following the agile software development framework SAFe. You will be part of a professional development organisation with 500 employees, and with locations in Denmark, Germany, Ukraine, and the United Kingdom.

Your qualifications

  • Have a degree in Computer Science, Engineering, Physics or similar.
  • Have a solid understanding of .NET, C# and object-oriented concepts.
  • A knowledge of F# is desirable but not essential
  • Be willing to take ownership of complex software features all the way through to deployment.
  • Have the ability to adapt to an existing software solution and to drive implementation of new features to this solution.
  • Be able to work both independently and as a member of a geographically dispersed team.
  • Have excellent communication skills.
  • Have a structured and analytical working style, and the ability to plan your own work.

Why join SimCorp?

At SimCorp we sincerely believe our employees are our greatest asset – and we treat them accordingly. As a SimCorp'er you can work with highly-skilled and supportive colleagues from more than 52 nationalities across 20+ international offices. You will experience an organization that welcomes people of all views and backgrounds, and provides countless ways to grow and develop. You will share our pursuit for innovation and knowledge, and your contributions will help shape the future of financial technology. What better place to build a rewarding career?

More about working at SimCorp

Interested?

If you would like to know more about the job, please contact Michael Paterson (michael.paterson@simcorp.com). Please include CV. Incoming applications will be processed on an ongoing basis.

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  • South East London
  • £50,000 - £80,000 per annum
    • Permanent
  • 06 Nov 2019

Within our specialised Data & Analytics practice, we are providing transformation services to enterprise level organisations looking to gain insights into their Data landscape through Digital Transformation and Cloud adoption.

As part of our specialised Data service offering were looking for a Data Scientist to join the business to help develop our ongoing strategy and implement new ideas to shape our client solutions. Ideal candidates will already have a deep analytical and Data Science background and be dedicated to developing solutions for customers to produce tangible results from their Data.

You will be working on varied industry leading projects with a number of organisations each with its own challenges so you’ll need to be able to adapt seamlessly to different ways of working and quickly build relationships with your team and with stakeholders to create a collaborative approach.

We offer fantastic career development opportunities within our practice aligned structure and the opportunity to constantly learn new skills and develop your capabilities with new and emerging technologies in order to become expert in developing varied cloud adoption strategies with our customers.

So, if you’re an inspirational individual who isn’t afraid to challenge the equilibrium and can put forward new ideas and suggestions to continually accelerate change and develop new and ingenuitive ways of working we’d love to chat with you.

We offer a great benefits package and the opportunity to get exposure to some unique, cutting edge projects with a team of like-minded individuals all striving for the same goals.

Key responsibilities will be:

  • Devise solutions to client business problems that leverage data driven analytical techniques.
  • Support the delivery of client work with analytical modelling techniques
  • Develop and interpret statistical models

You should have:

  • A Degree in a quantitative field such as Statistics, Physics, Mathematics, Operations Research, Computer Science, Economics etc.
    Microsoft Professional Program Certificate in Data Science
  • A minimum of 2-5 years of practical predictive analytics execution experience
  • 2-4 years of experience in advanced statistics software (e.g. SAS, SPSS, R). Practical experience in R is a plus.
  • 2-4 years of experience in using advanced modelling techniques such as statistical modelling methods, time series, text mining and optimization to solve business problems
  • Knowledge of machine learning and data mining techniques
  • Experience with Big Data technologies such as Hadoop, Cloudera, NoSQL, Cassandra, Pig etc.
  • Software development skills in one or more high level languages (C#/C/C++/Java/F#), one or more scripting languages (Python/Perl/Shell) is a plus
    Experience with AWS or Azure is a plus
  • Experience of using data querying tools such as SQL and visualization tools such as Tableau, Qlikview is a plus
  • 2-4 years of consulting experience with evidence of significant client impact and value creation would be preferred
  • An issue-based approach to problem solving

Excellent communication skills with the ability to structure communications to non-technical audiences

ECS has over 850 employees, a growing pool of contracted Associates, and is headquartered in Glasgow, with offices in Edinburgh, London, Manchester and Pune.

With a significant and increasing pipeline of work, we are looking to recruit highly talented, ambitious and motivated individuals to join us on our journey. It’s an exciting time to join ECS and a great place to work. Suffice to say, we offer a competitive salary and benefits package, commensurate with your experience and will provide appropriate training to assist you in achieving your personal goals.
This is a permanent position to work from our London office.

  • London
  • £90,000 - £110,000 per annum
    • Permanent
  • 06 Nov 2019
Software Developer / Full Stack Engineer (C# .Net Core F# TypeScript React Elastic). Are you a technologist seeking a new challenge; want to work with functional programming whilst continually learning and collaborating to solve complex problems?

Imagine yourself working on complex and intellectually stimulating systems for a technology driven Hedge Fund; you could be designing and developing real-time, high frequency trading applications for betting on the global sports markets. You'll be able to use a variety of technologies with a focus on .Net and F# through to TypeScript and React on the frontend; there's lots of opportunities to get your voice heard and influence design, development and architecture. There's a culture of testing first, clean code principles and using the right tool for the job.

You'll be based in fantastic offices in a vibrant area of North London with in-house gym and steam room, games room with pool tables and dart boards, library and free high quality catering (breakfast, lunch, dinner) from the onsite chef.

Requirements:

*You're a technologist with a genuine enthusiasm for what you do
*You have strong experience with C# .Net server side development and a good understanding of scalable, highly available architectures and event driven patterns
*You have used F# commercially and are keen to pursue this further
*You have a good knowledge of testing practices with a good appreciation of what to do and when
*You're proficient with front end technologies with a good up to date knowledge of front end frameworks
*You're an advocate of Agile development methodologies
*You're collaborative by nature, enjoy technical discussions, happy to help others and continually learn

As a Software Developer / Full Stack Engineer you will earn a competitive salary (to £110k) plus bonus and benefits package.

Apply now or call to find out more about this Software Developer / Full Stack Engineer (C# .Net Core F# TypeScript React Elastic) opportunity.
  • Kingston Upon Thames
  • £60,000 - £70,000 per annum
    • Permanent
  • 05 Nov 2019

Are you a .NET Developer tired of the same old technology? Do you want a role where you can fulfill your potential?

Then read on...

A well-established travel company, that is well ahead of its opposition, is looking to give a .NET Developer the chance to work with Kubernetes, Team City and F# - all whilst working on a highly-available solution processing millions of transactions an hour.

The .NET Developer will find themselves focused on a microservices architecture and best coding practices...

Our future .NET Developer must have worked on a fairly complex project commercially using Web API and be open to learning new technologies.

Our .NET Developer will gain a very competitive salary and strong benefits including Flexi-working...

Talent Point is a Hiring Communications business, working as sole hiring partners with our customers. We've ripped up the rules and torn apart the job spec to give you total clarity and visibility, painting a vivid picture (approved twice, both at Line and C-level) of the way this company lives, breathes and behaves, and how your role will look over years not months. We present only three applicants for every vacancy so, where we do represent you, you have a very high chance of securing a role with pre-booked interview times to plan around, in-depth vacancy details and no delays. Are you ready to seriously invest in your progression as our .NET Developer? Let's design your .NET Developer future.

Talent Point is an equal opportunities employer and no terminology in this advert is designed to discriminate on grounds of gender, race, colour, religion, creed, disability, age, sex or sexual orientation or any other class protected by applicable law.

For information on how Talent Point manages and processes your personal information please see our privacy notice at talentpoint.co/privacy-policy

  • Cambridge
  • Salary negotiable
    • Permanent
  • 04 Nov 2019

Amazon’s Cambridge UK based Simulation and Experimentation (SimEx) team is looking for an experienced and passionate Software Development Engineer (SDE) to join our fast-paced stimulating environment, to help invent the future of retail with technology.

The SimEx team is part of the Supply Chain Optimization Technology (SCOT) team, within the Operations Organization. The charter of the SCOT team is to maximize Amazon’s return on our inventory investment in terms of Free Cash Flow, and customer satisfaction. We accomplish this by applying simulation, advanced statistical methods, and empirical analysis to predict and evaluate Amazon’s inventory needs. The SimEx team builds systems that allow SCOT to answer "what if?" questions about our supply chain, our fulfillment network, and our customers. This puts the SimEx team at the nexus of operations, logistics, capacity planning, and our retail business teams.

As a SDE on the SimEx team you will work with a team of Software Engineers, Data Scientists, Data Engineers, Researchers, and Product Managers, across multiple teams to design, develop and maintain innovative solutions that form the backbone of the simulation and experimentation systems that drive Amazon’s retail business forward. These systems cover a broad range of solutions which include front-ends, workflows, advanced mathematical models, and data platforms, built using latest technology frameworks and AWS. This opportunity is perfect for highly motivated and talented software engineers who want to apply and grow their technical depth and breadth while defining and driving key aspects of the customer experience on Amazon

Successful outstanding candidates will bring strong technical and analytical abilities, combined with a passion for delivering results for customers, internal and external. This role requires a high degree of ownership, and a drive, to solve some of the most challenging data and engineering problems in retail.

Amazon is an Equal Opportunity-Affirmative Action Employer - Minority / Female / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation.

This role might be for you if…
· You design at the product level with heavy involvement through all phases of the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) using concepts that may include Service Oriented Architecture, workflow automation, relational and non-relational databases, microservices, sharding, n-tiered architecture, cloud and/or map-reduce.
· You use object-oriented or functional programming design concepts to program large multi-tier systems. You have working knowledge of common and useful design patterns.
· You have designed, refactored, re-architected, deprecated and/or implemented large-scale cloud-based distributed services with millisecond latency and ultra-high transactional volumes.
· You have experience implementing best practices in improving team coding culture subjected related to quality and/or security.
· You effectively articulate technical challenges and solutions to technical and non-technical audiences.

In this job, you will…
· Experiment with whatever technology we need to get the job done.
· Use Lean Software Development concepts such as Agile, Scrum and Kanban.
· Use engineering best practices, such as Test-Driven Development, code review and Continuous Deployment.
· Expand and optimize our world-class supply chain systems to support a variety of emerging business initiatives.

Responsibilities include:
· Directly contribute to the design and development of prediction systems.
· Maintain, operate and improve existing systems that running in production.
· Cooperate with data scientists and data engineers to implement intelligent systems in large scale production environment.
· Collaborate with colleagues from multidisciplinary science, engineering and business backgrounds.
· Conduct written and verbal presentations to share insights and recommendations to audiences of varying levels of technical sophistication.

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS

Basic Qualifications
· Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering or a related technical discipline.
· 5+ years’ full-time industry experience in software design and development with engineering best practices.
· Proficiency with at least one Object Oriented language (e.g. Java, C# or C++).
· Experience with the full software development life cycle, including source control system, code reviews, build processes, testing, and operations.
· Competency in a broad range of design approaches and architectures with the proper level of complexity.
· Computer Science fundamentals in object-oriented design, data structures, algorithm design, problem solving, and complexity analysis.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

Preferred Qualifications
· Experience with distributed systems, relational/non-relational databases.
· Experience with at least one functional language (e.g. Scala or F#).
· Depth of knowledge in Big Data tools (e.g. Spark or Hadoop).
· Practical experience of Amazon Web Services (AWS) technologies.
· Experience in supply chain is a plus.

  • Cambridge
  • Competitive salary
    • Permanent
  • 04 Nov 2019

Amazon’s Cambridge UK based Simulation and Experimentation (SimEx) team is looking for an experienced and passionate Software Development Manager to join our fast-paced and stimulating environment, to help invent the future of retail with research science and technology.

The SimEx team is part of Amazon's Supply Chain Optimization Technologies (SCOT) organization. The charter of SCOT is to maximize Amazon’s return on our inventory investment in terms of free cash flow and customer satisfaction. We accomplish this by applying simulation, advanced statistical methods, and empirical analysis to predict and evaluate Amazon’s inventory needs. The SimEx team builds systems that allow SCOT to answer "what if?" questions about our supply chain, our fulfillment network, and our customers. In summary, SimEx helps Amazon rapidly experiment with new ideas and make data-driven decisions under uncertainty.

As an SDM on the SimEx team, you will lead a team of software engineers who work with machine learning and data scientists, researchers and product managers, and with other teams to design, develop and operate innovative solutions that form the backbone of the simulation and experimentation systems that drive Amazon’s retail business forward. These systems cover a broad range of solutions which include front-ends, workflows, advanced mathematical models, and data platforms, built using latest technology frameworks and AWS. You will have the opportunity to work with and contribute to thought-leading ML projects like the open source Emukit - a Python-based toolbox of various methods in uncertainty quantification and statistical emulation: multi-fidelity, experimental design, Bayesian optimization, Bayesian quadrature and more.

Successful outstanding candidates will bring strong technical and analytical abilities, combined with a passion for delivering results for customers, internal and external. This role requires a high degree of ownership, and a drive to solve some of the most challenging data and engineering problems in retail.

In the role you will:
· Deliver scalable machine learning and causal models as well for decision-making across diverse innovation products and help integrate them into production systems
· Champion a culture of innovation, engineering rigor and operational efficiency in the organization
· Build products from the ground up
· Hire, grow, mentor high-caliber engineers and work with a strong team of collaborators, with backgrounds in machine learning, statistics and computer science
Amazon is an Equal Opportunity-Affirmative Action Employer - Minority / Female / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation.

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS

· Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or related field
· Equivalent experience to a Bachelor's degree based on 3 years of work experience for every 1 year of education
· 8+ years professional experience in software development, with at least 2 years managing engineers
· Computer Science fundamentals in object-oriented design, data structures, algorithm design, complexity analysis
· Knowledge of professional software engineering practices & best practices for the full software development life cycle, including coding standards, code reviews, source control management, build processes, testing, and operations
· Ability to take a project from scoping requirements through actual launch of the project
· Experience in communicating with users, other technical teams, and management to collect requirements, describe software product features, and technical designs

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

· Hands-on experience in statistical or machine learning methods
· Experience with distributed systems, relational/non-relational databases
· Experience with at least one functional language (e.g. Scala or F#).
· Experience with Big Data tools (e.g. Spark or Hadoop)
· Practical experience of Amazon Web Services (AWS) technologies