Lead Web Platform Developer


The Lead Web Platform
Engineer will be responsible for managing the technical roadmap and the engineering
team, which builds and maintains the enterprise content management system (CMS)
for the Health Sciences at UCLA.

In this role, you will provide technical oversight of the development lifecycle of the core Acquia/Drupal CMS
of the Health Science schools. You will supervise the development team and corresponding development practices using proven agile development and
deployment pipelines processes. You will not only be an expert in the Drupal framework but will also have a proven
track record of managing enterprise web and digital platforms for a large,
dynamic organization.
  • 5+ years' expertise in developing and managing production
    quality web products
  • Experience leading and managing a technical team
  • Experience facilitating and leading architectural and technical decisions
  • Experience communicating concepts and ideas to engineers, creatives, business partners
    and leadership
  • Expert in the Drupal framework, including being an active member in the Drupal community
  • Full stack web development expertise using PHP, SQL,
  • BA/BS degree or MS in Computer Science or equivalent experience
  • Experience with operational oversight and ownership of
    enterprise software products
  • Experience writing
    high-quality, well-documented code using test-driven development
    methodologies using Continuous Integration/Deployment (CICD) Agile processes
  • Experience building RESTful
    web services integrate external services into applications
  • Experience building User
    Interfaces and Prototypes from Wireframes and designs
  • Experience with atomic
    design components (Pattern Lab)
  • Experience with deploying to enterprise cloud hosting services (Acquia, Pantheon, or similar)

UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.