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|Bonus||$1,939 - $17,362|
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Job Description for Applications Development Manager
An applications development manager supervises applications developers who help create software. Given the number of industries employing software, applications development managers can be found in fields as diverse as healthcare, video game development, government, and military. An applications development manager can expect manager-level peers, entry-level subordinates, and director-level supervisors. Applications development managers may have customers and clients who are internal to the institutions that employ them, or they may have external customers and clients.Read More...
The schedule of an applications development manager varies. Being both technical and business-minded in nature, an applications development manager must allocate a certain portion out of a weekly schedule for meetings. These meetings serve to help applications developers provide status updates to the manager, resolve issues, and keep all team members synchronized with the objectives created by the applications development manager.
These managers typically must have a bachelor's degree in computer science, information technology, or another similar field of study. In addition to having technical skills, an applications development manager is expected to be effective at managing people; often, an advanced degree in business administration is strongly preferred. They must also have experience as both a member of technical staff and in technical management roles; on average, between five and 10 years of previous relevant experience is usually considered desirable. (Copyright 2019 PayScale.com)
- Direct management of engineers, process and quality of service improvements, and strategic planning.
- Track releases to ensure on-time delivery of new software within budget.
- Evaluate technical solutions and guide our products towards compatible architectures.
- Build enhancements within an existing software architecture.
- Direct the development process from initial planning and analysis through release and maintenance, tracking, and reporting on progress.
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