Principal Software Engineer

Enterprise Core Competencies
Requires competency in customer focus, change & innovation, strategic thinking, relationship building & influencing, talent management, results focus and inspirational leadership.
Essential Functions
Technical System Expertise: Deep understanding of system parameters, configurations, design, and how to alter them for desired results. Aware of current technology benefits. Expected to lead teams and deliver complex software and database designs. Subject matter expert in the building blocks, interactions, dependencies, and tools required to complete software, data infrastructure and automation work. Independent study of current technology is expected. Good understanding of adjacent processes and workflows.
Technical Engineering Services: Drives engineering projects and team members by developing software solutions; conducting tests and inspections; preparing reports and calculations. Expected to supervise base through senior level engineers as needed. Will be expected to present project improvement scenarios to management for consideration.
Innovation: Develops, designs, and implements new ideas which improve an existing and new system/process/service. Develops, designs, and implements new ideas which utilize new frameworks to improve an existing or new system/process/service. Investigative independent study and problem solving for non-routine tasks. Analyzes existing processes and vendor roadmaps to highlight upcoming technology changes that would make the processes or tools more effective within a given VP function. Contributes to the creation of company IPR.
Technical Writing: Writes advanced documentation, architecture, capabilities, limitations, and advantages for technologies. Creates and modifies clear documentation for new code and systems used. Documenting systems designs, presentations, and business requirements for consumption and consideration at the director level. Contributes to industry professional norms. Contributes to the protection of company IPR.
Resource Allocation: Plan for and ensure that management and development staff have tools/skills required to perform job functions (workstations, software, servers, disk space, training, etc.). Provide input to department budgets to ensure technology and staff investments are sufficient and prudent.
Technical Leadership: Monitor and influence relevant industry technologies and standards. Present highly technical concepts to both technical and non-technical decision-makers. Continuously learns, creates content, and teaches others specific subject areas. Informally coaches and contributes to the development of others through mentoring or in-house workshops and learning sessions. Coach and develop engineers across functional teams on technology decisions. Assists in hiring qualified developers striving to improve bench strength and technical capabilities. Influence technology and policy decisions made across Financial Operations. Understand financial decisions, including NPV and ROI, based on customer experience/business drivers.
Technology Strategy: Evaluates new and existing technology options that support business goals. Partners extensively with enterprise architects and engineers to deliver innovative, reliable and scalable software and data solutions.

Minimum Required
10+ Years Technical engineering experience with 3-4 years’ experience building Cloud Native applicat

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