Senior C++ Software Engineer
$100,000 USD/year Pay is set based on global value, not the local market. Most roles = hourly rate x 40 hrs x 50 weeks ($50 USD/hour)

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Are you a senior software engineer known for successfully delivering product releases? Do you thrive in challenging environments and possess the strategic mindset to guide teams toward success? If this resonates with you, GFI Software has an exceptional opportunity: step into a leadership role and spearhead transformative projects that redefine the frontiers of software engineering.

The industry often overlooks the dynamic and diverse SMB segment; at GFI, we're pioneering a different path. We focus exclusively on SMBs, offering tailored IT tools that provide tangible impacts, creating a stimulating and rewarding work environment.

In this role, you will be responsible for driving product releases and ensuring quality deliveries within time, budget, and defined scope. You will develop cutting-edge networking and communications solutions and leverage your expertise in C++ to architect innovative software. Unlike typical managerial positions, you will actively participate in technical decision-making, as well as coaching, thriving on both hard and soft skills.

As part of a collaborative and dedicated team, you'll drive strategic execution, make data-driven impacts, and spark innovation by encouraging exploration of new tools and methods for improvement. This role is a gateway to continuous learning and growth, where you will learn advanced networking techniques and security-first software design.

If you're a senior engineer with the right mix of technical prowess, leadership, and passion for innovation, don't miss this chance to join us at GFI. Apply now and make your mark on the software engineering landscape!

What you will be doing

  • Organizing and ensuring the quality and timely delivery of product releases within defined scope and budget
  • Serving as the technical leader for GFI's engineering team, making critical decisions on software implementation
  • Coaching the C++ software engineers on both hard and soft skills, fostering professional growth and team cohesion

What you will NOT be doing

  • Micro-managing - at GFI, you won't be bogged down with micromanaging but will instead focus on strategic leadership
  • Stagnating in technology - you won't be stuck working on outdated technologies; you'll drive cutting-edge solutions
  • Focusing on larger enterprises - we are dedicated to providing software solutions for small and medium-sized businesses

Candidate requirements

  • 5+ years of professional experience in C++ development
  • 2+ years of experience in either the network communications or security domain
  • Demonstrated experience in leadership and mentoring
  • A grasp of AI, Large Language Models (LLMs), and prompt engineering, including Chain-of-Thought (CoT) prompting and Self-Consistency in CoT

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