Radiodetection is a world leader in the design and development of test equipment, used by utility companies, to help install, protect and maintain their infrastructure networks. With a truly global presence and a team of dedicated experts, we are at the forefront of detection technology.
About the Software Development Manager:
The Software Development Manager is responsible for the planning, organising, monitoring and overseeing all aspects of application development for its PaaS platform. The role requires interfacing with business partners and the IT community. You will also responsible for educating and guiding others on architectural standards, principles, methodology and trends.
Responsibilities of the Software Development Manager:
• Manage the Radiodetection software team and external software development vendors focused on PaaS based, multi-tenant solutions on cloud platforms.
• Develop, manage and execute the strategic advancement of applicable systems and programs.
• Provide leadership and expertise with respect to planning and establishing goals and policies to improve processes and procedures.
• Ensures compatibility with existing solutions, infrastructure, services, and strategic requirements.
• Contributes to the development of software and data delivery platforms with reusable components that can be orchestrated together into different methods for different business.
• Coordinates architecture implementation and modification activities.
• Works with the Technical and Commercial Product Managers and Scrum Master in order to prioritise and plan development work.
• Assists in post-implementation continuous-improvement efforts to enhance performance and provide increased functionality.
• Ensures the conceptual completeness of the technical solution.
• Works closely with project management to ensure alignment of plans with what is being delivered.
• Acts as the Chief System Architect and analyses the current architecture to identify weaknesses and develop opportunities for improvements.
• Identifies and when necessary, proposes variances to the architecture to accommodate project needs.