Vice President of Engineering

Organization
PierianDx
Job Location
St. Louis, MO 63108
Job Description
  • Lead a multidisciplinary, distributed software team to deliver new and innovative extensions or novel products in PierianDx’s software solution suite, which supports clinical genomics.

  • Serve as overall process champion – defining engineering and planning processes and delegating to a distributed team of process leads.

  • Responsible for IT infrastructure and software engineering personnel budget management.

  • Work with product owners to establish release scope and timelines; coordinate with team leads to plan and deliver releases.

  • Act as overall scrum master for distributed development teams – coordinating with and delegating to team scrum masters.

  • Responsible for personnel management (reviews, guidance, mentoring, leadership, etc.) of the software engineering team and management of IT and software-related vendors.

  • Participate in the company’s leadership to coordinate sales, marketing, product, and development initiatives.

Requirements
  • At least 3 years managing software engineering teams

  • 10+ years of professional software development experience

  • Strong communication skills (written, verbal)

  • Strong expertise in Agile development processes and managing scrums

  • Strong knowledge of software design principles (design patterns, relational, OO, microservices)

  • Knowledge of networking, operating systems, file systems, databases

  • Knowledge of Molecular Biology/Genetics/Bioinformatics is highly desired but not required

  • BS/MS in Computer Science or equivalent required

  • Based in St. Louis, MO
How to Apply

Position is located in St. Louis, MO, and remote employment will not be considered. Please send cover letter and resume to [email protected]

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, color, religion, national origin, protected veteran status, or on the basis of disability, gender identity, and sexual orientation.

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