Wireless Generation pioneered the adaptation of mobile technologies, including handheld computers and digital pens, for use in managing and improving teaching and learning in grades pre-K-12. The company?s commitment to listening to educators and gaining a deep understanding of their challenges has lead to the development of offerings that optimally combine mobile tools, Internet technology, and in-person services to help improve student achievement in reading and math. Wireless Generation?s mCLASS® products and services streamline collection of data about student learning needs and school operations, facilitate data analysis and interpretation, and build educators? capacity to implement data-driven instructional programs that deliver better outcomes for children. State and district school systems across the country and overseas now rely upon these offerings to achieve and sustain growth in their classrooms. More information is available on the Web at www.wirelessgeneration.com.
Job Description ? Director of Application Development
We are looking for a seasoned Director-level manager to lead our application development department. The ideal candidate will help us identify new technologies and practices in the industry and bring them to bear against the many challenges of a fast-growing hi-tech company building products ranging from rich-media handheld applications to Web 2.0 tools to large-scale data systems.
If you are interested in cutting-edge technologies, if you consider yourself a star programmer and if your management style has worked wonders in the past, we want to hear from you.
Responsibilities of Director of Application Development:
Building productive teams through strong recruitment, mentoring and careers management.
Leading a department of software developers and architects, establishing development practices.
Engaging and challenging requirements while designing solutions based on deep technical knowledge of web, client and database architectures.
Setting high level design objectives; reviewing and critiquing software designs proposed by architects..