General Electric Senior Software Engineer in Remote, Mexico
Job Description Summary
Work with GE’s Market System team designing and developing components and modules GE’s next generation Market System, a cloud-based solution that hosts multi-state wholesale energy markets. These markets are key to decarbonizing our power system by ensuring reliability while allowing increasing penetration of Solar, Wind and Storage technologies.
Roles and Responsibilities
In this role, you will:
Work on a team in a fast-paced agile development environment designing/implementing cloud-based software in a Java development environment using the latest software development technologies and infrastructure
Implement User Stories by developing and enhancing sprint-boot-based applications following GE Digital's SDLC and Quality guidelines
Execute in a fast-paced delivery mode, working with the agile team to define sprint commitments and deliver on them.
Troubleshoot, debug and fix issues reported in existing software, addressing issues as presented and identifying/addressing underlying causes
Engage in technical discussions and design sessions proposing implementations for user stories and features considering scaling/computational complexity, maintainability, cohesion, and harmony with larger system
Apply and promote principles of SDLC and methodologies like Lean/Agile/XP, CI, Software and Product Security, Scalability, Documentation Practices, refactoring and Testing Techniques
Solicit and provide peer review feedback on code and design, working to increase code quality and developer expertise.
Demonstrate ability to make informed technology choices after due diligence and impact assessment.
Be an expert in core data structures as well as algorithms and be able implement them using language of choice
Develop unit and automated tests to validate your software as it is developed and be able to access levels of testing required to meet quality goals.
Embrace the world-class level of quality in all work that enables delivery of enterprise-class software to support the electrical network and literally keeps the lights on
Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or “STEM” Majors (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) with minimum 6 years of experience
Effective written and oral communication skills in English and Spanish.
Able to legally work in Mexico. This position can work remotely within Mexico.
Desired Characteristics/Technical Expertise:
Master’s Degree/ PHD in Computer Science
Strong knowledge of Object-Oriented analysis, Aspect-Oriented programming, Software Design Patterns and Java Coding principles
Hands-on experience with Java, Spring-Boot and cloud development
Experience working on software projects in the Energy domain (especially Bulk Power Energy Management Systems)
Exposure to Domain Driven Design
Certified Scrum Master and/or Product Owner
Demonstrates the initiative to explore alternate technology and approaches to solving problems
Skilled in breaking down problems, documenting problem statements and estimating efforts
Demonstrates awareness about competitors and industry trends
Has the ability to analyze impact of technology choices
Ability to takes ownership of small and medium sized tasks and deliver while mentoring and helping team members
Ensures understanding of issues and presents clear rationale. Able to speak to mutual needs and win-win solutions. Uses two-way communication to influence outcomes and ongoing results
Identifies misalignments with goals, objectives, and work direction against the organizational strategy. Makes suggestions to course correct
Continuously measures deliverables of self and team against scheduled commitments. Effectively balances different, competing objectives
Strong oral and written communication skills
Strong interpersonal skills
Effective team building and problem-solving abilities
Persists to completion, especially in the face of overwhelming odds and setbacks. Pushes self for results; pushes others for results through team spirit.
Relocation Assistance Provided: No
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