The Software Architect is responsible to lead our cutting-edge IoT application software initiatives. The candidate will report to the CTO and work with a team of Software experts as well as IoT protocols and communications specialists to develop software features for a range of product requirements. The candidate will be responsible for setting up the tools, back-end infra, and team skills needed for the entire PDLC and ensure a smooth project execution by managing stakeholders effectively.
Lead the software design-development and testing initiatives
Estimate engineering effort during multiple stages of the product life cycle
Be responsible for end-to-end development architecture, thus ensuring the code written to implement the architecture and design meets the highest standards regarding code quality and efficiency
Must demonstrate good judgment and pragmatic approach to delivering software that optimizes architecture activities across company needs, business constraints, and technical realities
Maintain a high awareness of industry issues and trends, particularly regarding accessibility, usability, and emerging technologies with a view to incorporating these in future projects and staying ahead of the market
Produce technical documentation including specifications, design documents, etc.
4+ years overall software experience and 2+ years of technical leadership experience
Bachelor of Science/Technology Degree in Computer Science or relevant field only from tier I/II institutes
Team player attitude with good leadership qualities
Experience with test-driven development, setting up CI/CD tools, release management
Strong presentation and excellent verbal and written communication skills
Great interpersonal skills and can motivate teams to follow his or her vision
Aptitude in decision-making and problem-solving
SenRa is a Low-Power Wide-Area Network (LPWAN) provider for IoT/M2M applications. We provide long-distance communication for LoRa enabled devices at fractional costs of competing technologies such as cellular, Wi-Fi, or satellite networks.