.NET Team Lead

Your role

Currently OPIS, is looking to expand its Romanian .NET software development team based in Bucharest. This is a unique opportunity to join a fast-growing team that will become an important part of global OPIS IT. This team will work closely with the OPIS IT HQ based in Gaithersburg, US. To fit this role, we are looking for that unique mix of solid technical capabilities, blended with strong interpersonal skills.

Responsibilities:
• Lead our agile team, using company’s latest software development life-cycle working closely with team members from Romania and US
• Champion the appropriate use of technology and provide leadership in balancing technical elegance with functional requirements and practical benefits, as we implement and integrate technologies
• Assume a leadership role in ensuring on-time, high-quality delivery of products through the entire application life cycle
• Improve and maintain continuous deployment methodologies adhering to company CI/CD best practices
• Serve as mentor and coach to teammates and promote knowledge sharing and communication across product development teams
• Maintain an excellent understanding of the business long term goals and strategy and ensures that designs are aligned with these

Your Team:

OPIS, is one of the world's most comprehensive sources for petroleum pricing and news information. OPIS provides real-time and historical spot, wholesale/rack and retail fuel prices for the refined products, renewable fuels, and natural gas and gas liquids (LPG) industries. At its core, OPIS uses a set of complex IT systems and tools, handling huge amounts of data in a reliable way, and providing customers with business applications to use this data as efficient as possible.

Your expertise:
• 5+ years of increasing responsibility in a development role
• 1 or 2 years of experience as a development lead in an Agile environment
• Strong knowledge of C# and Microsoft .Net stack
• Experience using front-end Web technologies: HTML, CSS, Bootstrap, JavaScript frameworks (Angular, NodeJS, React)
• Strong involvement in data architecture and design, querying and integrating multiple database systems, both relational and NoSQL
• Experience in Microservice architecture and development including REST based APIs
• Existing experience with container runtimes and container management systems such as Kubernetes
• Cloud experience (AWS/Azure) with deploying and integrating cloud native applications
• Experience with CI/CD pipelines
• Real-world experience architecting and developing SaaS/PaaS applications using C# .Net/Core

You are:

• Experienced with developing and deploying native cloud-based solutions, possesses a passion for container-based technologies, immutable infrastructure, and continuous delivery practices in deploying global commercial software
• You are also skilled in executing multiple programming languages and techniques across framework, API, and persistence layers by strategically deploying the right tool for the right job to address fast-paced business requirements
• Excellent business judgement, you know how to prioritize, when to collaborate and when to seek assistance
• You are hands-on and committed to actively engaging with a global, agile delivery team.
• Strong, effective communication skills as to bring multiple personalities and cultures together to work towards a common goal

What we offer:

• Attractive benefits package (Medical services, Special discounts for gyms, Meal vouchers)

• Ongoing Education (Participation in conferences and training)

• Access to the most interesting information technologies

• Flexible Working Hours

• Work from home

• Three days for charity/volunteering

• Chillout & fun room (pool table, PlayStation)

• Fruit days, Coffee, tea, chocolate

• New and modern office, easy to access (M Aurel Vlaicu), spacious desks, latest technologies/equipment

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Job Facts

Country
Romania
Location
Bucharest
Contract type
permanent
Job-ID
175910