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Lead Developer | Technical Expert (m/f)
You are enthusiastic about the following concepts and methods and can inspire others for it: Simplicity, Reactive Architectures, Vertical Scaling, Polyglot Persistence, Zero-Downtime, Agile/Lean Development, Continuous Delivery, DevOps, Cross-Functional Teams, Design Thinking, ...
Senacor offers the right framework for you to assume more responsibility in large implementation projects. You will lead your implementation team to success and jointly deliver critical company software for our clients.
In addition to technical leadership, you will shape the development of employees, our know-how and range of services, as well as influence the internal processes and organisational structures.
You choose your preferred home venue: Berlin, Bonn, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich, Nuremberg, Stuttgart or Vienna. According to the 4-3-1 principle, you spend 4 days at the client’s office, a max. of 3 nights at the project location and your Fridays at your home venue.
Role and prospects
As a Lead Developer | Technical Expert (m/f), you will bear responsibility for the results on the project level. You lead team members and maintain the client relationship to the technical decision-makers and the client’s project managers. Accordingly, you can maintain the possibility of getting intensely involved on a regular basis. Your Java skills will not get rusty.
Do you want to switch to consulting? No problem – the path to partnership is open to our software developers (typically in the role of an expert Partner).
Passive knowledge of German required.
Reasons for SENACOR
- Identifying and promoting (and proudly tracking the development of) a young colleague’s potential
- Maintaining an understanding of the whole, while simultaneously going into the greatest technological detail
- Structured and pragmatic work with specific success experiences
- Co-designing technological decisions for the client on all levels in a product-neutral way without an interest in sales
- The central principle is “an architect also codes.”