Software Engineer II - Athlete Identity (REMOTE)

Dick's Sporting Goods

Dick's Sporting Goods

Software Engineering
Posted on Wednesday, March 27, 2024

Software Engineer II - Athlete Identity (REMOTE)

At DICKS Sporting Goods, we believe in how positively sports can change lives. On our team, everyone plays a critical role in creating confidence and excitement by personally equipping all athletes to achieve their dreams. We are committed to creating an inclusive and diverse workforce, reflecting the communities we serve.

If you are ready to make a difference as part of the worlds greatest sports team, apply to join our team today!


At DICKS Sporting Goods, we take a people-centric approach to everything we do. Our Athletes, how we refer to customers, and our Teammates, how we refer to our employees, are at the center of every decision we make so that we can provide transformational experiences online, in store, and in sport. When you join Technology at DICKS Sporting Goods, youre joining a true team that wins together. We help our Athletes and fellow Teammates better their best by innovating solutions to interesting business problems and empowering every Technology Teammate to be an innovator. And, while we work remotely from all over the United States, we provide virtual and in-person events for the team to hangout, from virtual escape rooms to cheering on the Pittsburgh Pirates at beautiful PNC Park.


Acts as a portfolio-level problem solver, working across multiple product teams to design, test, and deliver best in class solutions, perform business/software analysis. Serves as an engineering culture advocate by educating self and others, positively influencing the engineering community and role modeling standards of excellence.

Builds and learns to design and test best in class solutions. Performs business analysis and software analysis with some supervision. May coordinate initiatives with limited complexity. Supports initiatives that ensure enterprise systems remain best-in-class.

As a Software Engineer II for the Athlete Identity team, you will:

Love working with:

  • Cloud native architecture

  • Java, Spring Boot

  • Relational and Document Databases

  • Messaging and event based design

You will also be asked to:

  • Tackle complex problems such as identity resolution

  • Assess and understand the current state of the Customer Relationship Management (CRM) to enable the CRM foundation of the future

  • Shape, define and nurture alignment around data governance

  • Ultimately deliver the best in class experience our Athletes deserve


Software Development

Own development of the most complex existing and new software by analyzing and identifying areas for modification and improvement within assigned product team. Develop software that is fast, secure and reliable to meet defined requirements.

Design and Conceptualization

Lead a collaborative solution design process by gathering input across all product portfolios to define a design system that is viable and scalable, and which strengthens the brand. Lead a cross-portfolio, multidisciplinary team that contributes to the evolution of the solution.

Technical Developments Recommendation

Provide subject matter expertise recommendations more complex or innovative technical developments to improve quality of the software and solutions to better meet users and/or business, performance, quality needs.

Software Roadmap

Own end-to-end road map of portfolio level capabilities to facilitate software development and ensure the development work is prioritized in line with business requirements.

Work Scheduling and Allocation

Develop medium- or long-term work schedules that enable the organization to achieve its business goals. Involves coordinating across multiple teams.

Program/Portfolio Management Support

Contribute to the management of a portfolio of programs while reporting to and in partnership with senior teammates.

Functional/Technical Requirements

Elicit complex functional requirements using a variety of methods such as interviews, document analysis, workshops, and workflow analysis to express the requirements in terms of target user roles and goals.

Technical Persistence Layer/Legacy Database Design/Development

Lead design of complex database resources and provide physical modeling and design services to tune database solutions for optimum performance across multiple programs/domains.

Data Architecture

Drive design, implementation, and evolution of robust and effectively aligned architecture solutions that operate in the cross-product/domain ecosystem.

Database Specifications

Approve database specifications, ensuring all agreed standards and protocols are followed and data integrity is preserved.

Information Security

Lead in detecting and analyzing cybersecurity incidents including attacks, breaches, and identified vulnerabilities and remediate any security gaps in line with the security incident management procedure.


Tech Savvy

Anticipates and adopts innovations in business-building digital and technology applications. For example, ensures that the team has adequate resources to invest in technology advancements and the training to use them well. Deploys some new technologies to enhance effectiveness of the group and business.


Builds partnerships and works collaboratively with others to meet shared objectives. For example, readily involves others to accomplish goals; stays in touch and shares information; discourages "us versus them" thinking; shows appreciation for others' ideas and input.


Steps up to address difficult issues, saying what needs to be said. For example, shares own ideas and points of view openly, regardless of potential criticism or risk; shows conviction when faced with adversity and challenges; raises difficult topics to be sure they are addressed.

Decision Quality

Makes good and timely decisions that keep the organization moving forward. For example, knows when to act independently and when to escalate issues. Integrates various inputs, decision criteria, and trade-offs to make effective decisions. Typically makes good independent decisions.

Action Oriented

Takes on new opportunities and tough challenges with a sense of urgency, high energy, and enthusiasm. For example, takes timely action on important or difficult issues. Identifies and pursues new opportunities that benefit the organization.

Customer Focus

Builds strong customer relationships and delivers customer-centric solutions. For example, keeps in contact with customers to ensure problems are resolved, or to improve customer service. Studies customer feedback and emerging customer needs and uses these to determine some creative new ideas.

Instills Trust

Gains the confidence and trust of others through honesty, integrity, and authenticity. For example, demonstrates integrity, upholding professional codes of conduct. Instills trust by following through on agreements and commitments despite competing priorities and by being honest and straightforward.


General Education

Bachelor's Degree or Equivalent Level Preferred

General Experience

Experience enables job holder to deal with the majority of situations and to advise others (6 to 10 years)

<>Managerial Experience

Experience of general supervision of more junior colleagues (7 to 12 months)


Targeted Pay Range: $76,500 - $124,600. This is part of a competitive total rewards package that could include other components such as: incentive, equity and benefits. Individual pay is determined by a number of factors including experience, location, internal pay equity, and other relevant business considerations. We review all teammate pay regularly to ensure competitive and equitable pay. We also offer a generous suite of benefits. To learn more, visit www.benefityourliferesources.com.