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The Opportunity PicnicHealth requests and processes tens of thousands of pages of medical records each week to build a timeline of each patient’s healthcare journey. For those willing to contribute their data to research, we then assemble some of the richest real-world evidence datasets available. This process is made possible by systems and applications that we develop in our Data Production squad. Central to Data Production is the HIPE application (Human-in-the-Loop Processing Engine), which uses sophisticated machine learning and carefully-designed UI/UX to help experts to quickly and accurately extract data from medical records as we receive them. Data Production also includes the tooling and processes used to bundle together and deliver data for research. We are looking for an experienced engineering manager to lead this team as they implement our state-of-the-art technology in collaboration with clinicians, designers, data engineers, and our commercial team. The Data Production squad presents an opportunity to shape PicnicHealth’s business through technological development, as well as an opportunity to mentor some of our most senior and experienced engineers. As Engineering Manager, you will be responsible for defining and executing on a technical roadmap, for building consensus among cross-domain stakeholders, and for growing a tight-knit team of highly engaged engineers. Our tech stack today includes: GCP, Kubernetes, PostgreSQL, Bigquery, Node.js, React, Hasura GraphQL, Typescript, and dbt. As our Engineering Manager, your responsibilities will include: Manage a team of 6 FTEs executing on an ambitious technical road mapMentor engineers by providing both technical guidance and long term career adviceBe a consensus builder that helps find tradeoffs and drive decision making among stakeholders including clinicians, epidemiologists, quantitative scientists, and data engineers, while working with product managers and designers to maintain a consistent picture of engineering progressRecruit great engineers that establish PicnicHealth as a world class engineering teamContinuously iterate systems, practices, and process to uphold an environment of technical excellenceRoll up your sleeves and dive into code when you need to and set a high bar for excellence that others can emulate
We are looking for a highly talented and driven Engineering Manager who takes pride in their work, to expand our Engineering team in the United States. Successful candidates will join a cross functional team including product managers and designers working closely with the rest of our business to deliver working code that solves real problems for both internal and external customers. You will manage both the technical and the people side of your teams; being both a career mentor as well as a technical mentor for your developers. You will spend a majority of your time ensuring the technical excellence of your team, unblocking your team for maximum delivery, and communicating your team’s needs and progress to the rest of the organization. As an engineering manager you are expected to be able to write and optimize code, as well as ensure that your developers can do the same. You'll work closely with a variety of people in the business to arrive at the best solution, immediately see the impact of your work, and get feedback directly from users. If you have a strong passion for solving problems with code, and want to work with exceptional colleagues in a high achievement environment, this role is a good fit for you. What you’ll do: Manage a team of software engineers, including task planning and code reviewsTechnically own (and typically build) large areas of our product and service ecosystemWork with Product Owners to flesh out business requirements and ensure that the team is solving the right problems to help the businessEnsure that the team adheres to high standards and practices sustainable engineeringHelp your team grow from both a technical and career perspective.Follow an agile methodology for rapid, nimble delivery. This position is remote-friendly. You will have the option to opt into one of the following work environments: In-office: New York, NYRemote: Only if you have/will have a permanent address in NY, NJ, PA, CT, NC, GA, FL, TX
Volley is looking for a thoughtful, decisive, and innovative engineering manager to join our mobile games team. You would oversee all production engineering for Volley’s flagship mobile gaming application: Faceoff — Song Quiz. You would also work to ensure a healthy and sustainable development process for all team members while constantly improving all aspects of product quality. What you'll do at Volley Report directly to the VP of Engineering and become a key technical leader within the companyManage a varied product roadmap while prioritizing tech debt & the work-life balance of your teamMentor and grow Volley's mobile engineering team as you build and scale to millions of users.Dive deep into the architecture and lay out a vision for scaling up game development within Faceoff’s nascent dev SDK.Run regular sprint planning meetings and road-mapping discussions as we drive towards scale and monetization. Your first 90 days Work with our tech leads to transfer knowledge around our product roadmap and tech stack.Gather feedback from the team and implement process improvements for planning and road mappingGrow existing roadmap projections to span multiple months, or quarters, of work.Mentor our platform leads in the development of Faceoff’s new Mobile SDK for the creation of new games. Our stack Swift, SnapKit, & SwiftUI (iOS)Kotlin & Jetpack Compose (Android)Typescript & Node (Backend)Martok for shared data schemasKotlin Multiplatform for shared mobile networkingFirebase
We are looking for candidates that have experience working at a lead/principal level who can architect and then execute on that architecture. Someone who takes responsibility, follows up to ensure things are working as anticipated - I like to see people who test for the null case.
“Your role as a manager is not to do the work yourself, even if you are the best at it because that will only take you so far. Your role is to improve the purpose, people, and process of your team to get as high a multiplier effect on your collective outcome as you can.” - Julie Zhou, author of The Making of a Manager. At the heart of the role, a Coach at Help Scout is accountable for 2 things: 1) empowering your team to deliver a steady flow of high-quality customer value(i.e. mission aligned results), and 2) enabling the short and long-term success of the engineers on your team. How you do that is layered, nuanced, and hopefully part of what motivates you to be a leader and coach. Working closely with product managers and designers, you will ensure that your team has the proper knowledge, staffing, and skills to succeed and do the best work of their career. The Team The Engineering team is one of the three-piece ensembles, along with Product and Design, that makes up our Experience Organization at Help Scout. You will report to our Director of Product Engineering, Julie Cousins, and will be part of our 9-person Engineering leadership team, including our CTO, Denny Swindle. Engineers on your team(s) will be members of cross-functional groups working on mission-aligned initiatives. You’ll partner with Product and Design to empower engineers to understand and empathize with their customers, identify risks, determine milestones, and improve their craft. You’ll be a passionate catalyst for change that results from your team’s iteration and retrospectives. Timezone Note Given that we have remote team members living between EU through PT time zones, we require that your regular working hours overlap with 9 AM - 3 PM ET to ensure several solid blocks of overlap time with your team members. About the Role You’ll be working with product people that challenge you to grow every day, including leaders in Design and Product. The founders and leadership team are technical and committed to creating a magical experience for our customers. You will deliver value to your team members by providing them with growth opportunities, balanced feedback, and support that promote their career goals.Ultimately an engineer’s success within a team is a measure of your success as a coach. When they are doing their best work, and you provide thoughtful coaching and mentorship without being too hands-on, that’s how you know it’s working.Our teams are organized and committed to Lean Flow, and part of your job is to support, coach and reinforce this, and highlight and correct for anti-patterns to our agreed-upon practices.You will partner with your Product Managers, Product Designers and Tech Lead partners to co-create the roadmap for your team(s), helping to plan the strategic technology initiatives required to support future customer solutions.You will be responsible for identifying and anticipating future staffing needs and proactively engaging and partnering with our Talent team to support our hiring practices.Everything is secondary to the customer experience. We expect every engineer to have a keen sense of how their code will impact that experience concerning performance, availability, security, usability and accessibility.
This is an engineering management role on the Boundary engineering team. Boundary secures access to infrastructure across any cloud and environments. As a newcomer to the HashiCorp product suite, Boundary is a fast-paced startup-within-a-startup, offering a wide range of opportunities for career and technical growth. In this role, you can expect to: Coach and support team membersTackle the challenges of scaling a team while ensuring minimal escaped defects in our release practicesCollaborate with product, engineering, marketing, and other stakeholders to align on roadmap objectives and execute on a shared timelineEngage with our open-source community to drive constant improvements in the Boundary productFoster a culture of learning through operational process improvements and regular development ceremonies with your teamHire and grow a diverse team in a fast-scaling organizationContribute to company-wide initiatives led by our engineering management, recruitment, and people teams
About the Department Cloudflare’s Engineering Team builds and runs the software that handles large amounts of requests on the Internet today. We also build and run the internal tools and platforms that run that software. Individual engineering teams are typically responsible for large areas with considerable impact, and able to execute autonomously within that space to deliver value to their customers - be they internal or external. What you'll do You will lead a team of passionate, talented engineers that are building innovative products that touch billions of web requests each day. In this role, you will introduce tools and processes to make our engineers’ lives better. You will play an active part in shaping product strategy based on what’s technically possible. You will make sure our company hits our ambitious goals from an engineering standpoint. You bring a passion for meeting business needs with technically innovative solutions and excel at shifting between the two—understanding how big-picture goals inform technical details, and vice-versa. You thrive in a fast-paced iterative engineering environment and have experience in delivering scalable distributed systems. Most importantly, you have a track record of past teams who respect you as both a technical leader and manager. About the team The Engineering Productivity team has a charter to build tools and services that help easily integrate a base set of capabilities into Cloudflare’s products. These services have cross cutting concerns that 100s of fellow engineers use as the building blocks at Cloudflare. The team also writes customer-facing software that is redundant for each product development team to build and that serve high volumes of requests every day.
We're looking for an experienced Engineering Manager to manage our Product Security group. At Zapier, security is part of how we create customer value. This group is helping our engineering organization to build security into our products on a secure-by-default infrastructure. It is a combination of talented, hands-on Application Security and Cloud Security engineers. While reporting to the Head of Security, you'll get to impact every engineering team in the organization and use a broad set of technologies. Maintaining excellent relationships and communicating effectively with teams will be crucial to success. You'll also get a chance to work with a growing community of Security Champions, helping them advance their knowledge and influence the engineering organization through them. Due to the geographical spread of the team and closest business partners, for this position, we can only consider candidates based in the EST - UTC time zones. Things We've Done Recently: Implemented a comprehensive Cloud Security Posture Management systemRolled out a training platform for our Security ChampionsDeleted all our IAM users to rely on SSO insteadImplemented a successful bug bounty programConducted dozens of threat modeling sessionsIf you’re interested in advancing your career in Cybersecurity at a fast-growing, profitable, impact-driven company, then read on… Things you’ll do Zapier is a fast-growing and remote-first company, so you'll likely get experience on many different projects across the organization. That said, here are some things you'll do: Collaborate across various disciplines (Product Managers, Designers, Researchers) to help set technical roadmaps that will achieve business goals through engineering best practices.You’ll cultivate your team's talents to implement security solutions that are readily available to our software engineers, don't slow them down, and provide actionable recommendations. We look for the solution that automates the problem away, not the one that requires manual effort.Your teams are working on multiple projects at the same time, so you have to prioritize and juggle resources accordingly.Execute and deliver on the strategic vision of Product Security by identifying and delivering relevant backlog items.Build rapport with each member of the Product Security group and support them through coaching and mentorship to help level up their skills.Act as a second-in-command for the Head of Security.
Why this job is exciting As the Head of Ship, you will help bring Sourcegraph to enterprise-grade readiness across the board, both internally for SG devs and externally for our customers. You will be responsible for driving operational maturity programs and initiatives across the 300-person/90-developer company, including designing processes where we have gaps, and bringing existing processes to modern standards. Within one month, you will… Start building a trusting relationship with your direct reports and peers.Understand the what, why, and how of the projects that your teams are working on, how those projects contribute to our company goals, as well as current status, risks, and mitigations.Own the Sourcegraph developer experience end-to-end, bringing best practices in builds, CI/CD, and developer productivity. You will work closely with the Sourcegraph Cloud team to ensure that they are also using best practices. Within three months, you will… Guide an existing DevEx team forward in reducing the time from code to deployment and improving the observability of the testing/deployment environments and pipelines.Lead a team that runs self-hosted deployments, from the small hobbyist experience to the large corporate customer’s first official setup. Your deep experience with both modern and legacy architectures will help you tailor the Sourcegraph installation and setup process to a wide variety of specialized needs for enterprise, while remaining easy and accessible for hobby devs. Within six months, you will… Help Sourcegraph level up in all phases of deployment, operations, and incident response, including bringing best practices in-house for building stable and resilient systems, including on-premises at very large customers with custom configurations and architectures. Your team will not initially be large enough to perform all this work; hence, you must work closely with the rest of the Engineering organization to ensure that everyone is following best practices. Within one year, you will… Have hired and retained exceptional people to make our team even more representative of the world’s population.Collaborate with product and engineering leadership to develop the next set of ambitious goals that your org should work towards.Develop a clear technical and execution strategy to achieve that next set of goals. Working hours Given that we are an all-remote company and hire almost anywhere in the world, we don’t have a particular time-zone preference for this role. Level This job is an M4. You can read more about our job leveling philosophy in our Handbook -> https://handbook.sourcegraph.com/benefits-pay-perks/pay-expenses/compensation/leveling-guide/ Not sure if this is you? We want a diverse, global team, with a broad range of experience and perspectives. If this job sounds great, but you’re not sure if you qualify, apply anyway! We carefully consider every application, and will either move forward with you, find another team that might be a better fit, keep in touch for future opportunities, or thank you for your time.
Why this job is exciting Sourcegraph is fundamentally a big data problem, from indexing multi-terabyte monorepos and storing/serving the source-code metadata artifacts we generate from those repos, to indexing clusters of hundreds of thousands of repos and providing fast, high-quality ranking across them. You will be treating code search as a big data problem. As Head of Search, your leadership and your technical expertise will help propel Sourcegraph to become the “Google of Code Search”. Your team consists of high-agency, self-directed teammates, so you will have ample opportunity to dive in and be deeply technically involved yourself. Your extensive experience in high-scale sharded-computation “shards and mixers” architectures will help us define the scalability story for our search engine, as search consumes ever more resources in the pursuit of perfect result relevance for the largest code bases in the world. Within one month, you will… Take responsibility for a distributed, FAANG-bar team of roughly a dozen engineers, and lead them as a front-line manager while we become the Google of Code Search. Your organization will grow as the company grows.Work closely with other Engineering department heads on cross-functional initiatives that touch Search in some way. Within three months, you will… Identify any gaps you see in the Engineering org and help address them in an appropriate way, bringing prior experience to bear in recommending and driving solutions.Build a variety of systems, many of which are systems that you yourself may already know we need, and are not listed here. A few examples include a search quality measurement and reporting system, a custom model training pipeline for ML-based code search, and a set of reference architectures for running global ranking computations on the most common enterprise topologies (e.g. spark, k8s, hadoop). Within six months, you will… Champion customer engagement in all phases of design, development and deployment. Within one year, you will… Have hired and retained exceptional people to make our team even more representative of the world’s population.Collaborate with product and engineering leadership to develop the next set of ambitious goals that your org should work towards.Develop a clear technical and execution strategy to achieve that next set of goals. Working hours Given that we are an all-remote company and hire almost anywhere in the world, we don’t have a particular time-zone preference for this role. Level This job is an M4. You can read more about our job leveling philosophy in our Handbook -> https://handbook.sourcegraph.com/benefits-pay-perks/pay-expenses/compensation/leveling-guide/ Not sure if this is you? We want a diverse, global team, with a broad range of experience and perspectives. If this job sounds great, but you’re not sure if you qualify, apply anyway! We carefully consider every application, and will either move forward with you, find another team that might be a better fit, keep in touch for future opportunities, or thank you for your time.
The Team Engineering at Pex is made up of fully distributed, cross-functional, and autonomous teams with engineers from various backgrounds and skill levels. As a people-focused Engineering Manager, you will lead and grow a team of 4 engineers (2 Frontend and 2 Backend) who are building the products our rightsholder partners and clients use to engage with our algorithms and data. Engineering Values Autonomy and AccountabilityTransparency and CandorStrong Finisher and UnblockerWorking at a Sustainable Pace The Role As Engineering Manager, you exemplify our values and empower teams to take initiative, experiment, learn from mistakes, and share opinions freely. Here’s how we expect you’ll make an impact and lead: Support your team’s work with timely feedback and coachingActively participate in each individual team member’s growthUnderstand the big picture while coaching and enabling the team’s Tech Lead to communicate effectively with the team Supervise engineering team deliverablesWork with the team’s Product Manager and Tech Lead to deliver the right productWork with other managers to nurture a strong engineering culture Our Stack While Engineering Managers at Pex are not required to be hands-on and are supported by a Tech Lead focused on technical leadership, it doesn’t hurt if you’re already familiar with any parts of our tech stack: Go on the backendVue3 with composition API, TypeScript, Vite, Prettier, Jest + Testing Library, Cypress, Tailwind CSS, Storybook, Semantic UI, GitHub Actions, Netlify on the frontendPostgreSQL, FoundationDB, ElasticSearch, Snowflake, dbt CI/CD pipeline backed by JenkinsDocker and Kubernetes to support our expansive development, QA, and production environments
We're looking for a Software Engineering Manager to join our Cloud Skills Engineering Team. You'll lead engineering practices, with a focus on continuous improvement & lean, and bring a systems thinking embodying a “you build it, you run it” approach to development and operations. While you'll possess strong technical engineering skills you will also demonstrate people leadership skills to coach, mentor and promote healthy teams. What you’ll own: Lead and advocate Agile engineering practices, with a focus on continuous improvement, lean and systems thinking.Be the technical leader for the team; help provide guidance to other developers, tackle sophisticated business logic problems, recommend new ways to utilise technologies incorporating context around scalability, cost, code maintenance etc.Works with the Product team to understand and analyze business requirements in order to design and implement technical solutions.Lead backlog refinement and sprint planning, providing visibility of progress and blockers.Ensure products are well designed, well built and have flexible architectures to meet business needs and future extensibility.Undertakes regular one-on-one meetings and conducts regular performance and development reviews.Assists in the recruitment to establish the teams.
Responsible for direction and execution on the Platform engineering team. The primary focus of your role will be to lead, grow, and scale Platform Engineering in order to support your customers in Product Engineering, guide managers and teams under your supervision, and work with senior leadership to remove obstacles. You will also collaborate across Articulate to ensure project dependencies and deliveries are handled well. You’re not expected to write code or be hands-on with infrastructure on a day-to-day basis. However, you should be comfortable in these areas, have a strong technical background, and keep up to date on industry trends in platform, cloud infrastructure, and dev tooling in order to provide guidance and recommendations to your managers and teams. What you'll do: Lead a critical engineering team that supports the overall effectiveness of our engineers and contributes to the success of our engineering orgDrive maturity of our platforms, tools, infrastructure, and processes to support thoughtful experimentation and predictable delivery in order to meet business objectivesProvide delightful technical infrastructure and developer toolsResponsible for managing EMs and ICsRepresent the Platform Engineering team to the larger engineering orgEnsure project deliverables are on schedule, on budget, and in line with business requirementsCollaborate across teams, departments, and organizational levels to effectively drive resultsCoach EMs and ICs toward impactful outcomes and improving the team’s functional maturityBuild cohesion and connection across Platform Engineering teams and between Platform and your engineering customers