It’s an exciting time to be a DevOps professional. With more teams embracing remote work, more customers demanding faster solutions, and more attention on end-to-end security, the opportunity for innovation in the software delivery lifecycle is ripe.  

To meet these growing demands, we’re expanding the HCL Software DevOps team! We’re looking for:

The Director of Software Development and the Product Managers will work closely with our worldwide, cross-functional teams to define and execute product roadmaps that result in innovative, high quality, customer-centric solutions. Critical to the success of this role is the ability to build relationships with customers to ensure product innovations solve real problems and drive successful product adoption. The Product Managers’ duties include organizational planning, supporting business objectives, establishing a clear product direction, and defining priorities with the development teams. The Enterprise Architect and Test Architect will work with product management and other development managers to influence the product roadmap.

Brian Muskoff, Director of Product Development and Strategy for HCL Software DevOps, sees the unique nature of our software solutions as a benefit and opportunity for new hires: “Our product portfolio brings a well-balanced mix of proven, enterprise-grade solutions along with cutting edge innovation. On our team, you will have an opportunity to work on solutions that are used by the world’s largest companies, while enjoying the culture of a start-up. If you want the best of both worlds, HCL Software is where you want to be.” 

The skills needed to be successful in DevOps go beyond technical capabilities. Although an understanding of software development processes is necessary, human skills like communication, empathy, and adaptability are just as crucial. HCL Software DevOps is not unique in this qualification for job candidates. The Upskilling 2020: Enterprise DevOps Skills Report from the DevOps Institute points out that “human, process, knowledge, and automation skills are equally important” for DevOps professionals. According to the report, human skills, especially interpersonal skills, have increased in importance to DevOps decision makers. The updated edition of the Upskilling Report will be released in March, and we expect the importance of these human skills to increase again in light of many offices going remote over the past year. Our current product managers have excelled at this transition, and any new product manager will need to be just as adaptable to changing environments. 

HCL Software DevOps has an exciting future ahead of it, with opportunities for team members to grow professionally and personally. Visit our LinkedIn page to learn more and apply.

 

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