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Lead Software Developer

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31st January 2019
Bicester, United Kingdom
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Our client has an exciting new opening for a dynamic Lead Software Developer (Linux) to join their energetic, rapidly expanding team.

They design and develop innovative software for HPC/supercomputer systems across the UK, with a wide customer base in multiple market sectors including academic/research institutions, life sciences, banking, manufacturing and Formula One.

Due to recent investment they’re expanding their product ranges into Europe and the US – they are now looking for a highly motivated Lead Software Developer (Linux) to drive the development of their suite of Linux-based tools for the construction, management and monitoring of large-scale supercomputer systems built and operated on both physical hardware and public cloud IaaS platforms.

Key Responsibilities of the Lead Software Developer (Linux):

  • Guide team development efforts towards successful project delivery from design through release
  • Provide technical leadership to teammates through coaching and mentorship
  • Freedom to work directly with product managers, other developers and customers as required
  • Define project activities and sub-activities; produce documentation to be used as the basis for managing the project implementation
  • Take ownership of projects, overseeing and engaging in development efforts along with management of development processes
  • Lead and participate in peer reviews of solution designs and related code
  • Day-to-day investigation of new technologies to ensure we are using the best tools for the job
  • Be exposed to large-scale computer systems and supercomputers, as well as emerging technologies such as public and private IaaS

Skills & Experience Required:

  • 3+ years’ experience in a software development team
  • Demonstrate an open-source background, e.g. GitHub project contributions, personal projects, etc
  • Full stack software development
  • Scripting languages such as Bash, Ruby, Python
  • Capable of understanding and defining a technical solution to a complex problem from design to release
  • Can-do personality, a born leader, comfortable with written and spoken communication
  • Is an evangelist of agile processes and knows when each can be applied

The successful Lead Software Developer (Linux) can expect;

  • Highly Competitive Salary (£40,000 - £55,000 DOE)
  • Exposure to challenging projects, cutting-edge technologies and daily learning opportunities
  • Generous group pension scheme
  • Small team with a relaxed working environment in a young up-and-coming company
  • Training / book allowance
  • Flexible working hours - we promote a healthy work/life balance culture
  • Friendly social atmosphere

What’s Next?
Apply Now! Simply submit your CV for this Lead Software Developer (Linux)  position, and we will be in touch.

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