Engineer Software - Dallas (Multiple Openings)
At the core of T-Mobile's successful Un-Carrier disruption of the wireless industry is a nationwide network, award-winning customer service, and a multifaceted group of software developers. T-Mobile’s Product & Technology (P&T) organization is looking for team members who are passionate about mobile development and are interested in full-stack development!
The Software Engineer will work with a team of other software developers and network and systems engineers to design, implement, and deploy software which meet customer’s requirements, scales easily, removes the limitations of traditional networking solutions, and supports deployment in highly available environments.
What you'll do in your role.
As a Software Engineer in the P&T organization, you’ll have the opportunity to: Craft reliable and performant software products and features in a variety of popular software languages including Java, Java
Script, GoLang, and Python
Build data persistence solutions for software products, with the chance to work with and learn multiple data stores (including Postgres, Mongo, Redis, Cassandra) as well as event streaming platforms (including RabbitMQ, Kafka, SQS)Lead the end-to-end solution with the team, from unit tests to CI/CD pipelines to deployments to monitoring and security. Go broad AND deep: work on front-ends and back-ends, automate tests and infrastructure, build CI/CD pipelinesNot just write code, but learn what it takes to deliver your code to production and explore extending your skills into site and system reliability areas of focus!
Learn and help others learn modern practices such as test-driven development, pair programming, automation, async communication, and more
Contribute to and learn patterns to build reliable n-tier architectures
Sharpen your skills by getting hands-on with your team at all levels of the stack – and all parts of the process
Grow your skills as an engineer by collaborating with peers in an organization that defaults to Inner
Source development principles.
The experience you'll bring.
Minimum Qualifications: 3+ years’ Application Development experience
Experience with one or more of the following:
Script / Type
Script, Golang, and Python (and the willingness and ability to learn the others given the opportunity)Ability to learn or existing familiarity with Git-based source code management systems (UI and/or CLI); Runtimes and UI frameworks including NodeJS, React, and/or Angular; Containerization (Docker); Microservices architecture, RESTFUL APIs, and GraphQL; Cloud providers (AWS, Azure, GCP) and PaaS (PCF
- Cloud Foundry)Ability to complete a pair programming session with a senior developer as a guide and mentor
EducationBachelor’s degree in Computer Science or a related field, or equivalent education and work experience required
Completion of a coding bootcamp or certification program (or equivalent proven coding skill)Travel requirements:
• May require up to 20% of domestic overnight travel within the region, and occasional trips to the Bellevue Headquarters.*LI-MS1