Up to 15-20 hours
/ week

Mack S.

CTO Chief Technology Officer

CTO Chief Technology Officer

As a CTO, or Chief Technology Officer, my role is all about bridging the gap between complex technology and business strategy. I’m responsible for overseeing all technical aspects of a company, making sure that our technology strategy serves our business goals, and ensuring that our tech teams are motivated, skilled, and aligned with our strategic direction.

When a company decides to hire a CTO, they’re looking for a visionary who can understand the bigger picture, but also get down into the details. As a CTO for hire, I bring my years of experience and my deep understanding of technological trends and best practices to the table. I don’t just implement technology – I use it as a tool to help companies grow, innovate, and excel in their respective markets.

My role is not just about the technology itself, but also about the people who make it work. I lead and manage tech teams, fostering a culture of collaboration, innovation, and continuous improvement. I help to recruit, mentor, and retain top tech talent, ensuring that we have the right people in the right roles to drive our technology strategy forward.

Finding a CTO for a company is about more than just finding someone who knows their way around the tech landscape. It’s about finding someone who can be a leader, a strategist, a mentor, and an innovator. My experience as a CTO has taught me to be all these things. I thrive on the challenge of helping companies navigate their technology journey, and I’m passionate about using technology to create value and drive business success.

In summary, being a CTO is about more than just understanding technology – it’s about understanding how to use that technology to create strategic value for a business. Whether it’s developing new software, securing networks, managing IT projects, or leading tech teams, my role is to ensure that technology serves the business – not the other way around.



I have 25 years of experience in creating large-scale computing software, including for new SaaS media, cognitive platforms and companies from the medTech sector.

Key Skills & Tools

  • Jira: A project management tool widely used by software development teams.
  • Slack: A collaboration hub where teams can work together to get things done.
  • GitHub: A web-based hosting service for version control using Git, important for code sharing and collaboration.
  • AWS, Google Cloud, or Microsoft Azure: Cloud platforms providing a variety of services including computing power, storage, and databases.
  • Docker: A platform used to automate the deployment, scaling, and management of applications.
  • Kubernetes: An open-source platform designed to automate deploying, scaling, and operating application containers.
  • Tableau or Power BI: Data visualization tools that help in transforming raw data into understandable insights.
  • Trello: A web-based project management application that helps in organizing tasks within a team.
  • Postman: An API client tool, used for API development and testing.
  • Python or R: Programming languages often used for data analysis and machine learning tasks.
  • Asana: A web and mobile application designed to help teams organize, track, and manage their work.
  • Microsoft Teams: A platform that combines workplace chat, video meetings, file storage, and application integration.
  • Jenkins or CircleCI: Continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) tools that automate parts of the software development process.
  • Git: A distributed version control system for tracking changes in source code during software development.
  • Notion or Evernote: Note-taking apps that can be used to keep track of tasks, ideas, and project information.
  • Confluence: A team workspace where knowledge and collaboration meet, used for high-velocity teams.
  • Ansible: An open-source software provisioning, configuration management, and application-deployment tool.
  • Zoom or Google Meet: Platforms for video and audio conferencing, chat, and webinars.
  • Visual Studio Code or IntelliJ IDEA: Popular Integrated Development Environments (IDEs) for coding.
  • SQL or NoSQL databases: Depending on the project requirements, knowledge of both relational (SQL) and non-relational (NoSQL) databases might be necessary.


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