Sr Manager, Software Development Jobs in Bellevue, WA at T-Mobile

Title: Sr Manager, Software Development

Company: T-Mobile

Location: Bellevue, WA

Salary: $150K – $200K*

Category: Telecommunications & Hardware

Job Description

The T-Mobile Home Internet team is redefining what it means to be a modern ISP. We ask ourselves daily “what does world class look like?” and push each other to figure out how to achieve that. We believe our customers (both internal and external) deserve tireless care and support, as well as products for the connected home that are among the most reliable, secure, and performant on the market.

As a member of the Technology team, you’ll make this possible by helping build all customer-facing and back office systems for the business. As a manager on the SRE team, you’ll lead the team building capabilities that enable our team to ship code with ever-increasing speed, security, durability, and observability. As one of the first engineering hires on the team, you’ll have the opportunity to guide technical direction and culture, grow the team, and see your contributions make immediate impact.

Overall, we’re a small team (more of a startup than a telco team), but growing rapidly and frequently punch above our weight. We operate within a (mostly) flat org so your growth opportunities are entirely up to you – we’ll be there to support you along the way.

What you’ll do in your role.

Work in production systems and know how to safely navigate them.

Build and support a high-performing SRE and systems architecture team.

Support services before they go live by providing system design/architecture guidance, capacity planning, and launch reviews.

Maintain services once live by measuring/monitoring availability, latency, and overall system health.

Improve engineering processes and tools to accelerate software development velocity.

Mentor other engineers and support their personal development goals.

Maintain and continuously improve build tools and automation infrastructure.

Work with a cross-functional team of developers, data scientists, UX/UI designers, sales, and support analysts daily.

Flesh out the product backlog and define tasks.

Graciously support technical and non-technical end users with any issues they run into.

Theexperienceyou’ll bring.

Have 5+ years deploying production grade systems within cloud and non-cloud environments.

Extensive experience with Kubernetes (or similar) distributed computing environments.

Have solid knowledge of SDLC (VCS, code review, etc) and DevOps/SRE (CI/CD, telemetry, etc) principles.

Have 3+ years experience working with *nix operation systems and network (TCP/IP, routing, etc)

Have 3+ years managing and mentoring teams of engineers.

Have experience working with containerization technologies such as LXC, Docker, Mesos, or similar.

Have ability to develop creative solutions around distributed/edge computing, large-scale system design, networking and data storage, and/or security.

Ability to debug and optimize code and automate routine tasks.

Believe workarounds for users are hacks and should be fixed properly.

Have experience identifying performance bottlenecks and security issues.

Can work autonomously when needed without excessive supervision.

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Valid through: 7/16/2020


About T-Mobile

T-Mobile International AG is a German holding company for Deutsche Telekom AGs various mobile communications subsidiaries outside Germany. Based in Bonn, Germany, its subsidiaries operate GSM, UMTS and LTE-based cellular networks in Europe, the United States, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. The company has financial stakes in mobile operators in both Central and Eastern Europe. The T-Mobile brand is present in 13 European countries – Austria, Croatia (as Hrvatski telekom), Czech Republic, Albania, Germany (as Telekom), Hungary, Macedonia, Montenegro, the Netherlands, Poland, Romania and Slovakia, as well as the United States, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. It was present in the United Kingdom up until 2010, when T-Mobile and Orange S.A. merged to form EE. Globally, T-Mobile International subsidiaries have a combined total of approximately 230 million subscribers. T-Mobile International is the worlds fifteenth-largest mobile-phone service provider by subscribers and the fourth-largest multinational after the UKs Vodafone, Indias Airtel, and Spains Telefónica.