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Senior Developer

Who we are

Phase2 is a digital technology agency comprised of big thinkers and problem solvers. We are the creative thinkers our clients want, paired with the technical team they need. When you are reading the news, checking the scores for your favorite sports team, petitioning your elected official, or connecting with your favorite non-profit, you’re experiencing our work and seeing what we can achieve in partnership with our clients.

What you could do for us

Are you skilled at creating with code, have been building web sites for a few years, and are excited about  leading a project? We are looking for a Senior Developer to join our team. If you are comfortable  working with several technologies and can evaluate and select from new and known approaches to successfully implement projects of moderate complexity, this could be the right opportunity for you. We will rely on you to provide guidance on implementation to other members of the team, gather requirements from clients and work with minimal technical oversight on a number projects. You’ll also be part of a smart, authentic and fun dev community that embraces mentorship and peer-to-peer collaboration while enjoying the opportunity to help others around you grow as developers.

You should work as a Senior Developer for us if you...

  • Are looking for an opportunity to mentor developers and help them grow in their careers.
  • Are looking to become part of a community of developers that supports one another and engages in collaborative lunches, dev tricks, as well as internal dev tooling and support.
  • Have successfully implemented projects of growing complexity.
  • Are very comfortable with tools like Linux, Apache/NGINX, Varnish, Continuous Integration.
  • You have great written and oral communication skills, with both team members and clients.
  • Appreciate working with exciting clients and helping them achieve their missions, some of which are truly transforming the world.
  • Want to be part of a growing company that is keenly focused on leaving organizations better than we found them.
  • Activities you’ll be performing during your day:
  • Mentoring, teaching, and guiding developers on your team
  • Implementing projects with minimal technical oversight
  • Performing business and functional requirements analysis and capture with clients and analysts
  • Analyzing existing implementations to extract business and functional requirements
  • Performing analysis for new technology to determine appropriate usage
  • Leading development teams through the development process to successfully deliver valuable features and projects
  • Providing technical oversight to small teams of developers
  • Ensuring code and systems are developed with appropriate levels of quality
  • Configuring software and infrastructure to support deployment of implemented projects
  • Designing and implementing subsystems of the software architecture
  • Implementing automation to support builds, deployments and code quality checks
  • Estimating development time for subsystems and projects
  • Creating design and operational documentation for subsystems and projects
  • Performing release management activities

Your qualifications:

  • Experience at a developer level with progressive increases in responsibilities
  • Demonstrated skill working in multiple technical areas
  • Understanding of the operation and configuration of infrastructure components
  • Proficient in a variety of debugging techniques
  • Comfortable on a Linux command-line
  • Have built and maintained multiple websites or web applications or led the development of significant portions of complex systems
  • Legally authorized to the United States.
  • The ability to lead multiple concurrent teams on builds of websites and applications.

What it’s like to work at Phase2

Phase2 is a relatively flat organization that embraces transparency at all levels. There are no assistants, no barriers to the executive team, and a continued commitment to openness and collaboration. We are always talking to each other and communicating, even across our distributed work environments. More than anything, our culture fosters an environment where you can be your authentic self and have fun, all while giving your all with your mind and your heart. Founded in 2001, we have more than 130 employees in our New York, DC, San Francisco, Portland OR and “everywhere” offices.

Phase2 Technology is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer

 

 

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