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Software Development Team Lead (Remote First)

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23 Feb 2021

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Breaking down the monolith into smaller components, building out autonomous teams to own & continuously improve those components, making use of Microservices and event driven architecture.

These a just a few of the things going on at AO and just a few of the reasons they're building out their Dev teams.

We're working with and on the look out for a number of Software Development Team Leads. Whilst AO are based in Bolton, we're totally open to a 'Remote First' approach.

As a Team Lead, you'll elevate those around you and create a collaborative environment that enables your team to work at it's very best.

You'll lead a team that takes ownership and accountability of the products they own, empowering them to work on well-engineered outcomes at a sustainable pace.

You'll identify opportunities to experiment with new initiatives, select opportunities for the team to take ownership and accountability, while supporting the team to improve their standards using methodologies such as mob or pair programming.

Technically, you have a deep understanding of C#, along with either ASP.NET or .NET Core. AWS is our cloud platform of choice, however if you're more experienced with Azure that's cool with us.

You're familiar with development frameworks, tools and best practice.

An agile evangelist, you understand everything from ceremonies to WIP & pull systems and care about improving ways of working.

If you are an autocratic leader, this role isn't for you! You thrive on bringing out the best in those around you, you favour coaching, mentoring, collaboration and empowerment over heroism.

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