Do you love helping people use tools to build great things?
Lifion is looking for a Developer Evangelist to work closely with ADP’s development community to make the most of our in-house application development platform and toolset. You will be responsible for driving usage of the Lifion development platform, sharing best practices, and providing feedback to the core Lifion teams to help build next generation HCM applications.
In this role, you will become an expert in the use and application of the Lifion platform, from design and architecture through debugging and QA. You will be a visible representative of the Lifion platform within ADP, placing you in a central position to share, teach, and engage in our next generation technology. You will also serve as a conduit between the application developers you’re serving and the team building those platforms – with the goal of providing feedback and input to improve everyone’s experience.
Act as the primary Lifion contact for local development teams – ensuring that members are trained and can effectively build on the platform
Respond to internal application developer questions regarding the use of Lifion platform’s capabilities in a timely and complete manner
Develop documentation and demos showcasing the latest features delivered by the platform
Guide and govern usage of the Lifion platform’s existing capabilities, in conjunction with other Developer Evangelists and core Lifion workstreams
Foster the Lifion Development community across ADP, contributing to a robust and always up to date set of resources
Aid in the analysis of HCM application needs to identify best use of Lifion platform capabilities
Engage with workstream product owners and tech leads to identify product improvements which could improve application developer productivity
Proficiency in writing basic computer programs
Understanding of web application architecture and design
Desire to guide, teach, and mentor application developers
Exercises restraint when exploring and proposing approaches to problems. Balances “getting things working” with “the right way.”
Demonstrable high-level knowledge of programming fundamentals (variables, loops, basic data structures, functions)
Patient listener and clear communicator who can distill application use cases into small, concise problems
Interest in moving away from pure development into a product focused role
6-24 months of hands-on software development experience in a production capacity
Knowledge of microservices and service-oriented-architecture concepts
Experience working with products aimed at software developers (e.g., Salesforce Lightning, Xcode, Visual Studio, Mobile platform such as Facebook Messenger)
Prior data modeling or architectural design experience