Engineering Lead: Digital Incubator: Global Energy
Posted on Feb 5, 2021 by Eaglecliff Recruitment
A World Leading Global Energy Company has an exciting opportunity for an Engineering Lead to be an instrumental part of their Digital Innovation Lab.
This new venture sets out to do things differently with a unique approach, balancing human-centred design with an agile technology capability to tackle complex wicked problems in original ways. With a great variety of potential projects in the portfolio, there are many different areas to investigate, so you'll certainly not be bored!
About the Role:
The Head of Software Engineering/Engineering Lead works closely with the Business Owner and the Hub Lead to drive success of the Agile Delivery Hub and the technical vision for products, leading a high performance team to deliver customer centric value adding products. Hiring and nurturing staff to cultivate the right mindset is integral for this role.
- Build, nurture and grow high performance team using Agile Engineering principles
- Act as a technical leader to share experience, insight and energy, adopting hands-on approach when teams need it
- Set technical agenda for products closely with business
- Define technology approach right at the beginning, designing innovative architectures and platforms
You should be customer obsessed, highly driven and able to thrive in uncertainty. Your approach must be human psychology centric, and your communication skills and ability to manage the full range of stakeholders needs to be outstanding.
- Led high performing customer centric and product-driven teams for 10+ years under agile
- Deployed first class products or systems, eg delivered an application used by 1k+ end users
- 10-15+ years of industry experience
- Master of 1 or more domains
- Experience in building cloud platforms, particularly using AWS, Azure, RackSpace IaaS or OpenStack.
- Extensive system and network administration experience on Windows Server and Linux operating systems
- Experience in Scripting in either Python, PowerShell or Bourne Shell