How you'll be contributing to Accurx as an Engineering Manager II ...

As an Engineering Manager II at Accurx, you’ll be a driving force behind our mission to transform healthcare communication across the UK, leading a group of talented engineers to push boundaries, innovate, and deliver impactful solutions that improve patient care.

In this role, you’ll have organisation-wide impact, collaborating with other Engineering Managers and the Engineering Director on initiatives to improve tools and processes, implement directives from Engineering leadership, and influence a broad range of stakeholders to effect positive change across the company!

Your day to day tasks, should you choose to accept this mission 🤝...

  • Understanding the strengths and areas for development of your team members, you’ll provide suitable performance management and developmental support.
  • Ensuring strong engineering delivery, you’ll ensure that your team's behaviours and practices align with high-performance standards.
  • Collaborating closely with stakeholders such as Product Managers, Tech Leads, and Designers, you’ll help to make sure team goals and deliverables are achieved.
  • Mentoring and coaching other Engineering Managers, you’ll cultivate a high-performing community within Accurx.
  • Collaborating with other Engineering Managers and leadership, you’ll identify and implement improvements in engineering management tools and processes.
  • Ensuring appropriate staffing and skill utilisation within your teams, you’ll facilitate their effectiveness in delivering on their roadmaps.
  • Communicating company-wide changes effectively to your team members, you will foster positive transparency and alignment.
  • Participating in hiring initiatives and contributing to the development of hiring processes, you’ll be central to the growth of the engineering organisation.

What the team say ...

"I really enjoy the collective passion we have within Engineering Manager community to establish a high performing environment where all our engineers can learn, share and grow together. There is a fantastic mix of day to day responsibilities through to bigger long term projects that we are involved in which allows us to form strong relationships and have impact not just in engineering but across the organisation which I love." - Jamie, Engineering Manager II

If you want to hear from some of our Accufolk about what it's like to work for us, take a look at a video from our 2023 summer conference!🤩

We'd really like to hear from you, if ...

  • You've demonstrated success in managing engineers across multiple teams, potentially up to ~8 ICs.
  • You’re at a level of seniority where you’ve been responsible for guiding more junior Engineering Managers in their professional development.
  • You have a proven track record of successfully managing complex people issues with minimal support.
  • You’re highly competent in cultivating strong relationships across various business functions.
  • You work closely with product delivery teams to ensure alignment with team roadmaps and contribute to goal achievement by establishing the right framework and ceremonies for your team's success.
  • You can manage resources to ensure teams are appropriately staffed and address potential obstacles to team performance.
  • You’re comfortable communicating company-wide changes effectively to individual contributors.
  • You’re proficient in contributing towards engineering hiring initiatives effectively.
  • You're mission-driven: you care about positively impacting the lives of millions
  • You're a high performer: you connect to our high-performance principles'
  • You’re always collaborating: you place team success over personal success and you enjoy working in an open, collaborative environment.
  • You demonstrate responsible ownership: when you see something not working, you'll flag it and be part of the solution
  • You seek continuous improvement: you’re always developing new skills and insights while exploring ways to do things better
  • You’re mindful of balance: you're conscious of your health and that of others. You think carefully about how best to focus your efforts, knowing when to push yourself to reach a goal.

What we can offer...🤔

💰 £90,000 - £120,000 salary + the value of 80,000 share options

🤝 Access to Happl - a flexible benefits provider with a given budget of £600 to spend on perks of your choice. Options include private health insurance, wellness providers and more.

🏢 We are office first, all accuFolk come to our office in Shoreditch 3 days per week, with the option to work remotely 2 days a week. Read more about our policy here.

📚 Allocated annual learning & development budget 

🐣 Enhanced parental leave policy

🙏 Prayer, meditation and breastfeeding room

🗣 In house therapists available daily

🌴 Working abroad policy

👩‍🍳We have our very own Chef! Free healthy breakfasts, snacks and lunches will be provided, with the occasional sweet treat!

...And much more.

Like the sound of this role and want to know more about the company? Here's more about us...

We’re a fast-growing healthcare technology company which makes it easier for patients and healthcare teams to communicate.

Accurx is where conversations happen with and about patients. Our software helps doctors, nurses, pharmacists, administrators and other professionals to seamlessly connect with both patients and each other.

Our mission is simple: everything we do is to make patients healthier and healthcare staff happier. Today, Accurx is used in 98% of GP practices nationwide and every day more healthcare professionals are using our software in hospitals, pharmacies, care homes and the community.

We’re passionate about staying close to our users, which is why everyone at Accurx visits a GP practice at least twice a quarter to understand how a practice runs, the difficulties they face with technologies and how we can help. 

Head over to our main careers page to find out more about the team and our candidate hub. You can also find out more about us on Medium, LinkedIn and Twitter & Instagram.

Our YouTube channel is full of demos of our product, webinars we have held with our users and some clips about life at Accurx.

Diversity & Inclusion

Accurx is committed to being an inclusive employer - you can find out more about this commitment here. As part of this, we’re glad to accommodate candidates who need adjustments throughout the interview process.

We've officially been accredited as a flexible workplace by Flexa® Careers. 🙌


       

 

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