P2 – IT Project Management – Technical Lead III


Our large Calgary, Alberta based client requires a Technical Lead on contract for 9 months with possible extension.

Accountabilities / Responsibilities:
• Routinely advise on-site or vendor developers/implementation teams on coding, design, and testing/debugging standards
• Understand and help refine un-stated requirements
• Routinely deal with and resolve difficult technical issues
• Aid in the development of architectural framework and design as required
• Be responsible for the quality of deliverables via sign-off and problem tickets
• Evaluate and introduce new tools and techniques to development teams
• Act as liaison with various groups including architecture, vendors, BMA domains and project teams
• Assume technical leadership role on projects
• Exercise leadership while leveraging technical and domain knowledge
• Proactively identify areas for improvement, seek solutions and make recommendations
• Lead initiatives and acts as a change agent (embraces change and helps other to embrace it)
• Listen actively and suspend judgment
• Foster a spirit of creative collaboration by giving team members a common focus
• Help establish and maintain quality software architecture and implementation design for products
• Routinely deal with and resolve difficult technical issues
• Build relationships with project teams and other technical leads for cross domain integrations
• Identification of recurring issues and domain ownership for root cause analysis and resolution
• On call activities (24/7) on a rotation amongst team members to help identify cause of cross domain incidents

Required Skills, Experience and Qualifications:
• Post-secondary degree or technical diploma in computer science or related field
• 8+ years working with design, development and support/operation of IT systems
• Excellent communication skills both written and verbal are a must
• Strong conflict resolution, coordination, troubleshooting skills are a must
• Strong software development skills are an asset
• Working experience with 3rd party vendors is an asset
• Leadership experience is an asset
• Knowledge of the telecommunications industry is an asset





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