Manager, Software Development

American Fork, UT
Full Time
Experienced
The ideal candidate will be available to work hybrid in the American Fork, UT office (1-2 days per week). Unfortunately, Henry Schein One is unable to hire individuals residing in North Dakota, Hawaii, West Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, Puerto Rico, or other US Territories at this time. This role will only consider W2 candidates and not C2C candidates.

Job Summary
Our Team is looking for a Software Engineering Manager to lead a team of talented Software Engineers working on Dentrix Enterprise. As a SWE Manager you will mentor team members in code reviews and regular 1:1’s. You will efficiently break down work, build an amazing team and deliver great products to our dental customers.

This role will typically up to 8 direct reports including Software Engineers and Software Engineers in Test (remote and nearshore). SWE Managers also work closely with Product Managers, Architects, and other technical and business stakeholders.

What You Will Do
  • Hire, retain and build top talent
  • Lead your team of engineers and build a culture of excellence
  • Actively participate in and manage all phases of development from ideation, implementation, to post-deployment issue resolution for your team
  • Develop strong partnerships with other engineering leaders, DevOps, product, architecture, and other key areas of the business
  • Own the problem and scope solutions that line up with business objectives
  • Support and champion the continued evolution of our Agile culture and Scrum best practices

Travel/Physical Demands
  • Office environment with no travel required

Qualifications

Must Haves
  • Due to business needs this role must be a US Citizen and willing to undergo a governmental background check to obtain a clearance
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or related degree preferred
  • Prior experience as a Software Engineering Manager with a team of direct reports
  • 7+ years of hands-on software engineering experience
  • Ability to influence and build relationships
  • Ability to effectively manage conflict
  • Excellent written and verbal communication
  • Excellent decision-making skills

Technologies We Use
  • NodeJS and Typescript (required)
  • Electron, C# and C (preferred)
  • Client Server Architecture (preferred)
  • GitLab with CI/CD Pipelines

The posted range for this position is $110,000 - $160,000 which is the expected starting base salary range for an employee who is new to the role to fully proficient in the role. Many factors go into determining employee pay within the posted range including prior experience, current skills, location/labor market, internal equity, etc. This position is eligible for a 12.5% bonus not reflected in the posted range.

What you get as a Henry Schein One Employee
  • A great place to work with fantastic people
  • A career in the healthcare technology industry, with the ability to grow and realize your full potential
  • Competitive compensation
  • Excellent benefits package! Medical, Dental and Vision Coverage, 401K Plan with Company Match, Flex Time Off (Unlimited PTO), Paid Parental Leave, Short Term Disability, Work Life Assistance Program, Health Savings and Flexible Spending Accounts, Education Benefits, Worldwide Scholarship Program, Volunteer Opportunities, and more

About Henry Schein One

Henry Schein One is the global leader in dental management, analytics, communication, and marketing software. Our company’s products and services work together as one simple solution to provide users with a seamless and integrated experience.

Our company thrives because of our people. We believe in supportive, diverse, and inclusive workforce, inclusive environments, professional development opportunities, and competitive compensation packages. We value innovation, teamwork, and encourage work-life balance.

One of many reasons why Henry Schein One (HS1) leads the industry is because of our products, services and most importantly our people. In 2022 HS1 was awarded one of the top places to work for in Utah.  To learn more, click here: 2022 Best Companies To Work For | Henry Schein One

Henry Schein, Inc.  is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against applicants or employees on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, national origin, ancestry, disability that can be reasonably accommodated without undue hardship, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, citizenship, marital or veteran status, or any other legally protected status.
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