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Head of Software Engineering

Lead the software team to develop a robust, comprehensive software solution for a nuclear microreactor.
Los Angeles
Senior
3 months ago
Radiant

Radiant

Radiant is an El Segundo, CA-based startup developing Kaleidos, a portable, containerized nuclear microreactor.

✨ About The Role

- The Head of Software Engineering at Radiant will be responsible for leading the software engineering organization to develop the Digital Twin infrastructure for their nuclear microreactor project, Kaleidos - This role involves driving software development schedule, budget, and strategy aligned with organizational goals towards the 2026 DOME test and beyond - The ideal candidate will work closely with cross-functional engineering teams to understand business requirements and translate them into reliable solutions - Responsibilities include overseeing the design and scale of the devops organization, hiring and growing the software team, and fostering a collaborative culture focused on responsible engineers - The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work on cutting-edge nuclear energy technology and play a key role in the development of a new commercial nuclear reactor design

⚡ Requirements

- Experienced technical leader with a track record of managing high-performing software teams and overseeing software operations in hardware-centric environments - Strong background in software development and a bachelor's degree in computer science, computer engineering, or a related discipline - Proven ability to hire, lead, and grow exceptional software teams while fostering a collaborative culture - Skilled in translating business requirements into reliable software solutions and overseeing the design and scale of devops organizations - Familiarity with AWS, fault-tolerant systems, and interdisciplinary technical environments
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Head of Software Engineering
Los Angeles
Software
About Radiant
Radiant is an El Segundo, CA-based startup developing Kaleidos, a portable, containerized nuclear microreactor.