Senior Architect / Development Manager

posted on September 4, 2020

Job Description

Location: Cheektowaga, NY

Duration: Permanent


  • Technical expert leads the application architecture and development efforts for enterprise level applications
  • Develops technical strategy for a particular application or suite of applications
  • Ensures system integrity and a stable system with proper controls and systems including up to date document applications architecture and development expert
  • Leads the team from a technical perspective in the areas of application architecture, systems analysis and design, and software programming
  • Creates technical specifications and high level system architecture diagrams
  • Works with business analysts to refine business requirements based on technical feasibility
  • Develops prototypes
  • Ensures that technical specifications are kept current during the development process
  • Ensures that the estimates in the technical specification are accurate
  • Defines the high level software development practices and policies
  • Basic Education Requirement – Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience
  • Basic Functional Experience – 5 years of experience as a senior software developer, applications architect or applications systems analyst programmer including 3 years project management
  • 7+ years of experience in software development, with at least 2 years acting in a senior developer or team lead role.
  • Management, team lead or supervisory experience.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, Engineering, or related field preferred
  • Experience with SQL Server and Oracle, T-SQL and PL/SQL, and implementing high-performing solutions in each
  • Extensive experience in the .NET stack:  ASP.NET WebForms, MVC, and Angular (C# preferred)
  • Experience with financial and accounting systems a plus
  • Experience with supply chain management a plus
  • Strong analytical, troubleshooting, and problem-solving skills


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