Senior Software Engineer
San Diego, California
SENIOR SOFTWARE ENGINEER
- Responsible for analyzing, designing, programming, debugging, and modifying software enhancements and/or new products.
- Using current programming language and technologies, they will write code, complete programming, and perform testing and debugging of applications.
- Complete documentation and procedures for installation and maintenance.
- Work on complex issues where analysis of situations or data requires an in-depth evaluation of variable factors.
- Exercise judgment in selecting methods, techniques, and evaluation criteria for obtaining results.
- Networking with key contacts outside own area of expertise is an additional responsibility of this Software Engineer.
- Experience with front-end JS frameworks such as Backbone, Angular or React
- Experience with NodeJS and NPM
- A passion for Web Development and open source projects
- Adaptability; can learn new languages, frameworks or plugins quickly
- Ability to recognize and analyze problems and then develop and implement solutions; a proven track record with experience leading technical projects to successful completion, from conception through implementation required
- Must be able to work independently and in a team environment and possess excellent interpersonal skills
- Ability to communicate clearly and concisely to all levels within the organization including: verbally and in writing
- Must have 6 to 10 years of related engineering experience
- Bachelor' s Degree in Engineering is required or equivalent
- Public/proven contributions to open source projects
- Public/proven web-oriented hobby projects
- Experience with Database design
- Experience with Web services and REST APIs
- Experience with Continuous Integration tools
- Experience with Express or Hapi
- Experience with Unit Testing
- Experience with Mobile development (Android, iOS, WinRT and/or " Cordova"/" Phone Gap")
- Experience with rapidly prototyping with new technologies
- Experience with Agile/Lean methodologies
- Link to Stack Overflow, GitHub, or equivalent page(s)
- Link(s) to any open-source contribution(s)