As a Cloud Engineer, Applications Development, you'll be a key member of our Product Development Division who will focus on cloud services and IoT aspects of Shure products.
As a growing team, we will consider engineers of various experience levels who are ready to change the future of audio!
Design, develop and test software to be deployed in a cloud environment for managing Shure Cloud ecosystem applications
Work as part of a cross-functional development team to design and implement cutting edge audio products and technologies
Estimate, organize, and document tasks
Practice established software development methodologies and principles.
Continuous integration approach, focusing on separation of concerns, reusability, maintainability, minimized complexity, high cohesion and low coupling
Model designs using UML and related methods; develop use cases to model real-time systems behavior
Review the design and code developed by peer engineers
More senior engineers will mentor junior and entry-level staff members
Other duties as assigned
Demonstrated understanding of cloud software architectures
Experience solving problems following SOLID and OO design principles
Demonstrated ability in supporting customers and/or internal teams supporting software under customer usage scenarios
SOA Experience defining, implementing, integrating and testing RESTful APIs
Experience with CI/CD methodoligies.
Experience with AWS services (APIGateway, DynamoDb, S3, Kinesis)
Experience developing software in a serverless cloud environment (AWS preferable)
Demonstrated expertise with debugging / performance profiling
Experience with software version control and release
Demonstrated attention to detail and ability to analyze complex interdependent variables
Demonstrated verbal and written communication skills
Ability to work effectively within a team environment and lead junior engineers
Minimum 4 years of cloud software development experience (AWS preferred)
Preferably BS degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering , or Electrical Engineering.