BizOps Group PDP

This page contains the different roles within the BizTech path. Choose the relevant role you want to learn about.

You can also enter the “Professional Path” to access the relevant skills and resources (coming soon!).

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Junior Business Application Developer
Business Application Developer
Experienced Business Application Developer
Senior Business Application Developer
IC Path
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Management Path
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Impact
Professional skills and business orientation
Complexity and independence
Collaboration and communication
Leadership and culture

Junior Business Application Developer

Professional Path
Impact

Direct impact.

Behaviors

  • Understands the direct impact of their actions, controls the basic metrics of engagement and usage
  • Understands the impact and motivation of each task they are taking part in
  • Can challenge some of the solutions, asks the right questions about how a specific task is influencing the KPI of the feature or team
  • Follows up on tasks and able to understand their impact
Professional skills and business orientation

Adds well-defined enhancements to existing business flows, technical implementation.

Behaviors

  • Follows the craftsmanship of the planned design thoroughly with correct technical implementation
  • Has ownership on the execution of their task
  • Able to identify technical gaps and misalignments, explore and suggest possible solutions
  • Learns our tech stack and gains basic knowledge on domain core technologies
Complexity and independence

Delivers low complexity and well-defined tasks.

Behaviors

  • Works on tasks that optimize learning and development
  • Commits to and completes tasks within the expected time frame, holding themselves accountable
  • Building effort estimation skills
  • Asks for help to get unblocked when necessary
Collaboration and communication

Communicating messages in a clear way.

Behaviors

  • Manages to communicate their progress and setback in a concise and fluent way
  • Communicates the problems they face effectively and in a positive way
  • Learns the technical language and able to talk fluently on the tasks they work on
  • Voices concerns or need for clarification to their manager
  • Accepts feedback and learns from experience
Leadership and culture

Able to operate as a team, show support, add value, communicate effectively, and have a positive impact on team goals.

Behaviors

  • Takes pleasure and pride in their work
  • Own their mistakes, strives for feedback
  • Translates challenge into actions
  • Strives for excellence
  • Embraces big challenges as opportunities for growth
  • Set an example and act as a role model for new hires, buddy new-comers when appropriate

Business Application Developer

Professional Path
Impact

Makes data-driven decisions in their day-to-day tasks and constantly measures the impact of their task.

Behaviors

  • Looks back on their achievements, challenges them and triggers discussions, and proactively seeks guidance from their team
  • Defines how success looks like and why each feature/task is important
  • Manages to define iteration level priorities for their work within their domain and justify them with results from the real world
Professional skills and business orientation

Scopes and implements project-level solutions with minimal guidance, and consistently follows best practices, able to defend technical decisions

Behaviors

  • Takes the main part in the design of the feature, and fully accountable for the craftsmanship of the solution
  • Can use our tech stack to complete the required workflows
  • Debugs effectively within their primary area to help find the root cause
  • Go-to person of the domain
Complexity and independence

Understands and improves the ecosystem and architecture of areas they work on. Helps manage the domains complexity by handling complex areas themselves.

Behaviors

  • Creates new end to end features with a known stack and architecture
  • Fluent in multiple main areas of the domain
  • Effectively uses and builds tools and dashboards for operations and monitoring
  • Takes ownership and can work autonomously on any task under his/her responsibility
  • Seeks understanding of how the business operates
Collaboration and communication

Communicates on the task level with all of the relevant domain members (ops, devs, analysts), and can provide higher context to a conversation, detect when the context is missing/not aligned and request for it.

Behaviors

  • Communicate the right amount of information in the right context
  • Communicates problem in a positive and constructive manner, bottom line first
  • Raises flags on time, while providing different possible solutions. Proactively requests assistance from their peers to succeed
  • Gives timely, helpful feedback to peers
  • Interacts with feedback from the company on their tasks in an efficient manner (captain logs), can follow up on the feedback independently while consulting with other team members
Leadership and culture

Takes full ownership and accountability on all aspects of their project, including other’s work and legacy. Thinks about the broader company success and is highly aligned with the company’s culture and practices it in the day-to-day.

Behaviors

  • Supports others, promotes mutual help
  • Manages to take feedback to grow and improve
  • Practicing can-do approach, focuses on how to achieve the goal before the obstacles
  • Avoids silos and collaborates with other teams
  • Self-aware of strengths and weaknesses
  • Cares about the bigger picture, assumes best intentions. It’s not about me

Experienced Business Application Developer

Professional Path
Impact

Project focal point, leads a project to completion while monitoring data to ensure the impact is achieved.

Behaviors

  • Understands the reasoning behind the project and is able to initiate pivot moves and find creative solutions to ensure the desired outcome and maximize impact
  • Finds creative ways to get their goals done, while contemplating alternatives based on the best ROI at the time of the decision
  • Independently creates a plan and makes the necessary adjustments on the go. Reacts on results, on time. Learns from mistakes and applies them to future tasks
  • Leads big projects within the domains world with a major impact on the company
  • Adds content and prioritizes on a quarterly level to maximize their impact
  • Drives others in the vector to take actions and maximize their impact by providing guidance and focus
Professional skills and business orientation

Delivers new and complex end-to-end flows in the domain, leading meaningful projects’ architecture that changes how we do things.

Behaviors

  • Holds advanced knowledge in all key technologies of the domain. Fluent in all technologies, with the nuances, avoiding pit-falls
  • Independently scopes and implements solutions for their project/team
  • Expert in our processes, also helping to define them.
  • Takes part in business decision making
  • Makes well-reasoned design decisions, identifying potential issues, tradeoffs, risks, and the appropriate level of abstraction
  • Debugs expertly within their primary focus area
  • Leaves their “code” better than when they got it, refactors on the move
Complexity and independence

Plans and executes their own iteration to a high standard. Accountable end-to-end, through planning, deployment, maintenance, and monitoring.

Behaviors

  • Quickly learns and gets into complex system-wide areas and can successfully plan & execute projects involving multiple stakeholders
  • Fluent in the domain’s architecture and design, understand the internals of the domain tools and flows, and proactively improves them
  • Solves complex tasks in the core of the domain
  • Asks for guidance in unfamiliar areas, pulls in others as needed
  • Uses analytics to inform decisions and measure the impact
  • Proactive about potential issues
  • Understands how people use the service(s) they build, and how their work fits in. Exercises user empathy, whether their users are internal or external
Collaboration and communication

Detects conflicts in communication, analyses the root cause, and creates turnover in the communication method that leads to a positive outcome within the team. Communicates with different levels of details based on an understanding of the current situation while providing context when needed.

Behaviors

  • Communicates their progress in a clear and methodical way, loops back on goals
  • Receives feedback and makes it their own, being able to repeat the essence as if it came from them. Can generalize specific points to a larger message or behavior
  • Identifies knowledge gaps on the domain level, and fulfills them in the right way
  • Builds relationships cross-functionally
  • Engages in productive dialog even when there are conflicting views, both inside and outside the team, seeking to understand other points of view
  • Ensures docs exist for all critical systems and processes
Leadership and culture

Communicates and drives the company’s culture in the team. Inspires the team with a can-do approach, focuses on how to achieve the goal before the obstacles, by providing a self example.

Behaviors

  • Acts as a buddy for new employees, manifests monday’s culture and values in an accessible level for new joiners
  • Sets an example in their actions
  • Identify cases that are not aligned with our culture
  • No one else’s problem – care about problems that are not in my core, and act
  • Silos breaker
  • Has the ability of bringing himself out of the bottom – raise the energy after failure
  • Being a go-to for on every occasion (good or bad)
  • Embraces big challenges as opportunities for growth
  • Rock-solid behavior on crisis events, proactively engages others to create a positive and engaging atmosphere
  • Knows to empathize with a challenged colleague’s situation and assist in bridging the gap

Senior Business Application Developer

Professional Path
Impact

Proactively challenges the domain activities, helps others to modify their plans to be more impactful. Influences the domain goals for the quarter.

Behaviors

  • Can identify, solve and optimize undefined problems driven by the impact of the issue
  • Understands the root cause of the issue and proactively solves it, instead of healing symptoms
  • Recognizes cross-domain opportunities
  • Triggers actions, which will transform to the long term impact
Professional skills and business orientation

Has a broad understanding of our architecture and how its domain fits within it, systematically thinking through potential design impacts on other teams and the company.

Behaviors

  • Go-to expert in an area, with an increasingly strategic mindset
  • Helps others in breaking down tasks, architecture decisions, learning about the domain technologies, avoiding pit-falls, clarifying issues, reaching craftsmanship decisions
  • Can detect pitfalls and extreme edge cases, navigates the solution to a correct pin point of the core, and makes sure its sustainable and extensible in the future
  • Excels in identifying dependencies and risk management and as result is Involved in dangerous releases and leads domain release plans
Complexity and independence

Can successfully plan and execute projects involving multiple stakeholders and complex requirements, prioritizing strategically.

Behaviors

  • Proactively finds major opportunities in the domain, plans and executes them, themselves or with other people
  • Works on the domain’s most complex challenges
  • Mentors teammates on large projects
  • Helps to define roadmaps and set a vision for long-term projects
Collaboration and communication

Works with key stakeholders effectively to solve problems and make decisions. Trusted to always share status with all stakeholders, and proactively remedy communication issues.

Behaviors

  • Detects areas with non-effective communication and suggests alternatives for improvement. Resolves communication conflicts between domains
  • Can build and communicate a narrative, verbally and in writing, from scratch, and engage stakeholders with a new goal
  • Communicates with all types of disciplines from the company, and adjust their message according to different people
  • Writes insightful documentation
Leadership and culture

Accountable for the culture in their team and influences on other teams, proactively identifying and solving culture issues.

Behaviors

  • Feels responsible for the team success
  • Sets an example in their actions
  • Rock-solid behavior on crisis events, proactively engages others to create a positive and engaging atmosphere
  • Acts as a buddy for new employees, manifests monday’s culture and values in an accessible level for new joiners
  • Takes steps that drive others to take actions to improve our culture
  • Knows to empathize with a challenged colleague’s situation and assists in bridge the gap
  • Inspires people with a can-do approach, focuses on how to achieve the goal before the obstacles
  • Drives events, both learning and culture building
  • Proactively offers regular, constructive feedback to others
  • Self-aware of strengths and weaknesses
  • Embraces big challenges as opportunities for growth
  • Knows to empathize with a challenged colleague’s situation and assist in bridging the gap

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