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Software Development Team Lead

Description

 

QGenda is a fast growing Atlanta-based healthcare software company, with an amazing corporate culture, where we strive to be the best place to be a customer. Our software is used by thousands of hospital departments around the world to automatically generate the most optimized physician work schedules to accommodate complex business rules and accurately schedule the appropriate medical provider based on their skill level, specialty, availability, and preferences.

As a Software Development Team Lead, you will lead a scrum team in building features for our QGenda application.  This includes developing your scrum team members and looking for opportunities to grow both their technical and soft skills.  You should coordinate learning sessions and mentorship opportunities for members of your team.  You will evaluate stories to determine the knowledge and skills needed to complete them successfully and then work with the team to make sure the proper resources are allocated.  You will be informed of business priorities and will need to make decisions during the sprints based on those priorities.

 

Job Duties & Responsibilities

  • Drive Strong Processes
    • Lead a scrum team to consistently meet its sprint commitments
    • Participate in product planning processes and allocating work to scrum teams
    • Analyze initiatives and identify possible overlaps between scrum teams
    • Coordinate efforts of the team with other scrum teams and across departments in all phases of the SDLC
  • Manage a Team of Software Developers
    • Perform code reviews and mentor the development team
    • Coach and grow developers utilizing clear goals
    • Participate in recruiting processes to continue the growth goals of the company 
  • Lead Technical Improvement Efforts
    • Perform code deployments and participate in infrastructure discussions
    • Stay current with major code and architecture initiatives and advise on technical decisions
    • Continually look for ways to improve our code base and evaluate new technologies

 

Requirements

  • Minimum of 2 years leading an Agile software development team
  • Bachelor’s degree specializing in computing, engineering, or related field
  • Experience with ASP.NET, MVC, and Web API
  • Strong C# development skills and knowledge of .NET
  • Knowledge of HTML5, CSS, JavaScript, and client-side technologies
  • Knowledge of unit tests using NUnit, MSTest, or similar testing framework
  • Experience using dependency injection frameworks preferred
  • Strong critical thinking and problem solving skills
  • Excellent communication skills and upbeat personality

 

Awards

  • 2018 - EY Entrepreneur of the Year
  • 2018 - GA Fast 40
  • 2018 - Deloitte Technology Fast 500
  • 2018 - Glassdoor Top 50 CEO
  • 2019 - AJC Best Places to Work
  • 2019 - GA Fast 40
  • 2020 - Deloitte Technology Fast 500
  • 2020 - AJC Best Places to Work

Great Benefits & Culture

  • Full Health and Dental (QGenda pays 100% of the individual premiums)
  • Employee-centric work culture
  • Work remotely when needed
  • 3 "Flex Hours" per week
  • Relaxed vacation policy
  • Company outings
  • Costco membership
  • Casual dress
  • Opportunity to be part of a fast growing software company with hundreds of customers and thousands of users around the world.
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