The Chief Technical Architect is a talented, technical leader within our highly innovative product team. The qualified candidate should be a well-seasoned, hands-on technical leader with a proven track record in planning, deploying, managing, and maintaining large-scale hosted web applications.
Be a visible leader within the Clickable management team.
Responsible for establishing the long-term vision and plan to build out a highly scalable hosted application.
Inspect and oversee all design aspects of the application to ensure scale and consistency with the agreed upon system growth plan.
Work with business leaders to help define the business product roadmaps, priorities and schedule of product releases.
Ensure integration and execution of various development projects and lifecycles.
Actively review the business development pipeline and ensure the overall product architecture can meet customer demand.
Develop and oversee adherence to internal development standards and methodologies.
Represent technology to customers, prospects and investors.
Contribute to a forward thinking culture that ensures our products are on the leading edge of industry trends.
Work closely with engineering teams in New York and India.
Extensive experience building high-scale, secure, hosted internet applications.
Extensive proven experience with all aspects of web technologies and architecture.
Experience supervising and mentoring development and offshore teams.
A proven track record of managing, analyzing, designing, testing and implementing mission-critical web applications on time and within budget.
Extensive expertise in software design standards and methodologies (multi-tier architecture, performance, scalability, reliability and security).
Intimate knowledge of standard software development methodologies (Agile, etc.) including analysis, design, development, testing, and code review phases of project lifecycle.
Knowledge of full project life cycle systems development is essential along with knowledge of project management methods and practices.
Knowledge of distributed web systems infrastructure, including switching, routing, and load balancing, database clusters, and enterprise storage systems.