Manager, Systems Development- Web Applications

Be the leader of all client-facing web application teams including day-to-day production support and ongoing development and maintenance projects for external and internal clients.

  • Opportunity to create a legacy with web applications
  • Be a driving force in unifying web application team across geographies
  • Be a member of a management team as we navigate our a new “S-Curve” with individual life and BPO
  • Participate in and contribute to ESOP growth
  • Be responsible leading and maintaining Andesa’s Vision and Values.

Key Responsibilities       

  • Plan and coordinate complex technology projects required for current and future business operations.
  • Provide overall management and administration of web application team employees.
  • Align application with long-term interoperability within the system.
  • Enforce development standards to the benefit of the organization and clients.
  • Deliver development projects on-time and within acceptable cost guidelines and priorities.
  • Maintains a client service approach by adhering to company values.

Key Qualifications

  • Proven ability to build and maintain long-term corporate-to-corporate relationships.
  • Demonstrated ability to lead software development and maintenance projects of all sizes.
  • Skilled at working with mission-critical information and system applications.
  • Solid understanding of Project Management practices and methodologies.
  • Ability to lead SDLC practices and methodologies.

 Key Traits

  • Adjusts and is flexible to meet changing needs and demands of internal and external clients.
  • Ability to think analytically about problems assigned or encountered.
  • Resourcefulness and ability to take the initiative in development and completion of work projects.
  • Ability to work with limited supervision.

 

 
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