Strategic leadership including defining, developing, and driving the technology roadmap.
Defining reference and implementation architectures and best practices.
Recruiting, managing, and mentoring engineering leads and architects cross functional teams; building high performance engineering teams.
Designing next-generation solutions that integrate with complex systems and advance the center's vision and major initiatives.
Driving and managing innovations by leading the teams to invent, research and analyze new technology advancement.
Working as part of the senior leadership and collaborating with various stakeholders to provide expert guidance, build consensus, facilitate decision making, and execute strategic plans.
Engaging with the scientific research community to present our work and influence standards development.
Manages programming staff through subordinates, usually other managers and professional staff. Establishes performance goals, allocates resources, directs training, and assesses policies for direct subordinates.
Develops functional business plans and contributes to the development of overall programming strategy.
Plans the application development life cycle process, including design, programming, debugging, beta general releases, and production support.
Recommends the development of technical designs and technical documentation.
Performs other related work as needed.
PhD in computer science, engineering, mathematics, or a related field.
15+ years of technical experience across the entire software development lifecycle.
4+ years of managerial or supervisory experience of cross functional software engineering teams required.
Experience defining and driving technology roadmap, strategic planning and execution, and innovation management.
Experience architecting and delivering cloud-based platforms and ecosystems in multiple clouds (private, public, and hybrid).
Experience facilitating and executing strategic decisions with clients, stakeholders, vendors, contractors, and senior leadership.
Experience with Agile project management methodology.
Hands-on experience working with cloud technologies, distributed big data architectures, large complex data sets, and analytics applications.
Experience with information security regulations FISMA, FedRAMP, or NIST.
Domain experience in biomedical informatics.
Ability to define a vision, form a broad strategic plan or proposal, and break it into objectives and actionable items in various functional areas and oversee the completion of each objective.
Ability to build and lead teams that are used to minimal supervision and oversight and ensure accountability for deliverables.
Ability to lead and implement changes in all areas including structure, process, and technology to adapt and improve.
Ability to build a strong leadership team and act in authority to successfully manage the teams.
Ability to negotiate successfully on behalf of a unit.
Deep understanding of computer science principles.
Project management skills, including a demonstrated ability to manage multiple teams and projects simultaneously, and own time well, and achieve objectives.
Ability to systematize and organize large amounts of data and information.
Ability to learn new content areas and new skills quickly and well.
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