Location: Burlington, Vermont
Type: Full Time
Education: No Ed Requirements
Experience: 3 - 5 Years
Faraday is looking for an engineering manager interested in coordinating and scaling a fast-paced engineering team. As an engineering manager you will be responsible for organizing a high-impact team and collaborating with a variety of stakeholders. You will have the opportunity to shape the growth of a young engineering organization and perpetuate a culture that draws talented engineers.
What You’ll Do:
- Manage a team of engineers, in collaboration with a product manager and a lead engineer
- Establish and maintain effective processes
- Build a high-impact team by hiring new talent and helping engineers on your team grow
- Work closely with the product organization to define, scope, and plan projects
- Ensure effective communication between your team, the product organization, and other stakeholders
- Understand the big picture and be able to communicate vision and impact of each project to your team
About the team:
Our engineering team is building first-of-its-kind prediction infrastructure. We collaborate with the product and customer success teams to identify features our users need, scope and plan projects, and ship high-quality code. We are committed to technical excellence and work with bleeding-edge technology daily. Our team is composed of backend engineers, frontend engineers, and data scientists, led by the Chief Technology Officer. We are a team of talented engineers and excellent communicators with diverse interests. If you are happy at your job, but are ready for the next level, come find us!
- You prefer having an impact through people, as opposed to doing it yourself
- You make people happy by giving them an organized environment
- You have a technical background
- You’re a “manager” according to Paul Graham’s “Maker’s Schedule, Manager’s Schedule“
- You run toward messes and enjoy collaborating with others to solve them
- You can be effective in a low-meeting culture
- You enjoy helping engineers grow and supporting their development across team boundaries
- You understand that sustainable growth comes from training and support
- You are mindful of the work of countless women and men who have gotten us to where we are – Ada Lovelace, Alan Turing, John von Neumann, Grace Hopper, Dennis Ritchie, Don Chamberlin, Ray Boyce, Adele Goldberg, Vint Cerf, Radia Perlman, Linus Torvalds, Guido van Rossum, matz, Graydon Hoare, Daniel Bernstein, Sanjay Ghemawat, Jeff Dean
If you think this is cool, don’t rule yourself out because you’re missing something from this list – we want people with imposter syndrome to apply.