ATGer; noun; motivated, entrepreneurial driver of change. Not afraid to challenge processes and get stuff done (GSD). Collaborate, take risks, and problem solve.
Perks; noun; all the good stuff and more. Fully stocked kitchens. Competitive paid time off and health benefits. Diverse work environment. Outdoor “walk and talk” meetings where you will collaborate on complex business problems and plan your career development. Dog-friendly office spaces (in most locations), weekly team celebration of successes and challenges, international work opportunities, training opportunities galore, a strong culture of diversity & inclusion and philanthropy.
Who is ATG?
Advanced Technology Group (ATG) is a leader in Quote-to-Cash advisory and implementation services to both mid-market and large enterprise brands seeking increased agility in the “everything-as-a-service” economy. Through our entrepreneurial spirit, results focused culture, and innovative delivery model, ATG brings contemporary solutions to the way clients transform and manage their customer and revenue technology platforms. Leveraging decades of deep domain expertise in billing and hundreds of Quote-to-Cash implementations of the leading cloud and on-premise software, ATG helps clients realize their desired outcome faster.
What does a Software Engineer do for ATG?
ATG Software Engineers are responsible for, but are not limited to: designing, developing, and implementing software solutions in cutting edge software platforms in the Quote-To-Cash space. ATG Software Engineers are engaged in all phases of the software development lifecycle which include; gathering and analyzing user/business system requirements, responding to changing requirements and creating application system models. Software Engineers are challenged to come up with solutions to complex business problems while working in a fast-paced environment and collaborating with other skilled, talented, and motivated professionals.
What are some of the responsibilities of a Software Engineer?
- Build solutions for client projects: Sometimes the out-of-the-box cloud solutions we work with can’t meet all our clients’ business needs. In these cases, you’ll be tasked with devising software solutions to fill in the gaps. This includes:
- Working with middleware applications (Mulesoft, Dell Boomi, Jitterbit, Kettle, etc.)
- Customizing applications (SpringCM, Conga, etc.)
- Writing scripts to export, manipulate, and load data
- Build scaling tools: The demand for cloud CPQ and Billing solutions is difficult to keep up with; ATG maintains a competitive advantage by leveraging reusable tools and building domain knowledge. The too
- ls you build and knowledge you share will be used by hundreds of employees every day (including you!) to enhance productivity, capability and throughput.
- Participate in a small-team environment: You’ll be joining a team of incredibly smart and passionate engineers with a variety of impressive professional backgrounds (including Microsoft and Google).
What are the minimum requirements to be a Software Engineer at ATG?
- BS degree in Computer Science, similar technical field of study or equivalent practical experience.
- Experience with software development lifecycle
What qualities should all Software Engineers have?
- Curious: Beyond understanding how something works, you want to understand why it works.
- Creative: You love to build and create, programming for you is as much art as it is science.
- Focused: You don’t give up when presented with a difficult problem and look for resourceful ways to overcome them.
- Efficient: You look for ways to enable you and your team to reduce manual and redundant tasks.
- Excellent Communicator: You can clearly communicate complex ideas through written or verbal mediums to your teammates or clients.
- Team Oriented: You work actively to improve the skillsets and abilities of those around you.
What other skills, knowledge and qualifications will help a candidate stand out?
- Web Development: beyond HTML and CSS, you’ve written server and client-side code.
- Extracurricular programming: You’ve demonstrated an interest in going beyond schoolwork through internships, open source projects, or paid programming work.
- Open Source: A big plus! You’ve written code and published it online.
- Salesforce: You’ve written Apex or Lightning code.
- Fundamental programming concepts: An understanding of object-oriented programming, common data structures, and computational complexity.
- Version Control: You have experience contributing code to version-controlled (e.g. git) projects.
- Agile/Scrum: You have experience using these methodologies on projects.
- Teams: You have experience working in teams on engineering projects.
This position may require additional time and effort necessary during periods of heavy workload in order to meet project milestones, implementation deadlines, and the like. Hours and compensation for this position will vary depending on projects and experience. Travel up to 50% (this is subject to change at anytime based off project needs).