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Software Development Lead in Alpharetta, GA at HUNTER Technical Resources

Date Posted: 3/27/2019

Job Snapshot

Job Description

Software Development Lead

  • Create and maintain Application Engineering resource plan with respect to the project.
  • Research and evaluate technical solutions and propose the most efficient and cost-effective solution
  • Adherence to Application Engineering methodologies, standards, code reviews to ensure activities are occurring as planned.
  • Responsible for translating Design and Solution Architecture deliverables into more detailed design and build deliverables.
  • Hands on coding and development work, assuming responsibility for a portion of the engineering deliverables.


  • Understanding of resource management, communication management, cost management, risk management, quality management, integration management.
  • Strong technical skills designing, developing, debugging, documenting, and implementing applications.
  • Experience with infrastructure implementation/management, service/operations management, etc.
  • Maintains awareness of new and emerging technologies and the potential application on service offerings and products provided by IT.
  • At least 10 years hands on experience building, integrating and delivering enterprise-wide solutions.
  • Experience in Application Design.
  • Overall understanding of the business objectives of service lines and core business services departments.
  • Demonstrated experience in working with application vendors/external resource providers and managing key contacts to deliver value for the money.
  • Minimum of 2 years of technical lead experience, preferred.
  •  (Tech Stack - .Net Core, Entity Framework Core, Angular 2+, C#, SQL Server/T-SQL and ASP.NET Web API)
  • Deep expertise in database stability, tuning, optimization, and troubleshooting at the code level. Skilled performance testing/tuning lead who can ensure we are coding for global performance including latency and volume