Senior Software Engineer

Primary job role

The senior software engineer’s primary job role will be to develop software and information systems by creating and designing new functionalities and installing software solutions while playing a leadership role by understanding design methodologies and the overall software development life cycle. 

Main duties and responsibilities

  • Involve in all stages of the software development lifecycle, including requirement gathering, designing, developing, testing, managing deployments, issue reviewing, and performing maintenance.  
  • Maintain a high level of expertise in all technology areas used by the team. 
  • Produce high-quality designs by following industry best practices and coding standards. 
  • Communicate with the clients. 
  • Communicate with technical and non-technical stakeholders verbally and in writing. 
  • Work with non-technical business teams to understand the functionality, composition, and user requirements. 
  • Participate in effort estimations and design discussions.  
  • Provide technical support. 
  • Train and guide junior developers. 


  • 4-5 years of experience in a relevant field, including 1-2 years experience as senior software engineer. 

Technical knowledge

  • Angular  
  • Node.js 
  • RESTful API integration 
  • Experience working with Docker and containerized applications 
  • Experience working with Kubernetes or other container orchestration tools 
  • Hands-on knowledge and understanding of AWS environments 
  • Experience in full-stack development  
  • Knowledge of RDBMS and Document Database 
  • Experience with Agile and Scrum development methodologies 
  • Exposure to continuous integration (CI/CD) 
  • Knowledge of version control systems such as Git and TFS 
  • Good analytical and problem-solving skills 
  • Up to date knowledge of latest technologies, tools, and platforms 
  • Ability to complete tasks with minimum supervision 
  • Ability to play a leadership role 


  • Bachelordegree in computer sciencesoftware engineering, or an equivalent qualification 

Behavioral competencies

  • Communication 
  • Teamwork and collaboration  
  • Client orientation 
  • Results and execution orientation


This job description is not intended, and should not be constructed, to be an all-inclusive list of all responsibilities, skills, efforts, or working conditions as associated with a job. While this job description intended to an accurate reflection of the job requirements, management reserves the right to modify, add or remove duties from particular jobs and to assign other duties as necessary.   

During the time, there is no one in the position above the particular job, the person will be responsible for playing a stretch role and conducting the duties that specific position 

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