Group Lead - Commercial Software

Job Location
Boulder, CO
Job Description

We are looking for an individual to manage a small group of developers while demonstrating the ability to provide clean, efficient, stable codes. This individual must have experience doing all levels of software development and can work at each level to ensure that all work is completed by deadline. Candidate must have extensive commercial experience in full-stack software development and strong IT infrastructure skills.

• Manage the commercial software team
• Develop new codes to support the commercial software products
• Develop and maintain infrastructure to support commercial software


• 10+ years of software development experience
• Extensive web UI development experience
• Extensive experience developing server-side code and algorithms
• Proven ability to lead a small team
• Experienced python developer
• Experienced database non-ORM database developer
• Experienced full-stack web developer
• Bioinformatics/biology/biochemistry domain knowledge a big plus

• Computer Science degree and/or equivalent industry experience
• Biology/bioinformatics knowledge is a huge plus

How to Apply

Submit resume, cover letter and salary requirements. Only qualified candidates will be contacted and will be asked to complete a coding task prior to interview. Local candidates to CO preferred. Candidate must be eligible to work in the US without sponsorship

About Our Organization

Enzymatics is an emerging leader in the supply of the enzymes that drive nucleic acid detection technologies. Our leadership is currently building a team which embodies our mission to lead the molecular biology tools market in quality, customer service, and innovation. We seek engaging, motivated individuals who can articulate their goals and, in turn, offer a culture that breeds success. Enzymatics is an employee-focused organization that strives to cultivate challenging careers and rewarding lives.

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