IT Development Team Lead
Lead A Team of 4
Position & Role
The Applications Development Team Lead will be part of the Applications team and is responsible for the design, development, testing, deployment and documentation of our client's business systems and interfaces.
As a leader within the team they will provide technical and team leadership mentoring and coaching other members of the team.
- Develop and test solutions across our clients full application stack
- Design innovative technical solutions and estimate the work required
- Coordination with other teams (notably Project Management Office and Apps Support) for requirements specification & testing respectively
- Establishment and maintenance of robust, enterprise scale software development life cycle (SDLC)
- Perform code reviews
- Mentoring team for good development practice
- Day to day management of a small team (4 people)
- Coordination of team's tasks and individual's activities, ensuring sufficient time is allocated to business as usual issues
- 8+ years of development experience using modern technologies and languages
- Extensive experience with Microsoft .Net technologies, C#, ASP.NET and MS SQL server
- Experience working with Team Foundation Server, TeamCity builds management and Octopus deployment management highly desirable.
- Excellent knowledge of common web and application architectures and development methodologies including Agile.
- Experience working with AWS or other cloud based infrastructure providers desirable
- Strong customer service focus
- Tertiary qualifications in Technology/Business or a related discipline - desirable
- Highly developed written and verbal communication skills including the ability to present complex reports for management levels
- Experience as an Iteration Manager or Scrum Master desirable
To submit your application, in strict confidence, please apply online using the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact James Brady in our Sydney office on 02 8233 4337 or send your CV directly to email@example.com
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