About Envoy

Envoy is transforming modern workplaces, challenging the status quo with products that make office life and work more meaningful. Envoy has redefined how offices interact with visitors and manage deliveries in over 13,000 locations around the globe while building products for a new era of workplace experience. Companies like Slack, Asana, Pinterest, and Warby Parker rely on Envoy to create an unrivaled first impression, and keep their offices secure and compliant.

Our mission is to challenge the status quo of workplace technology. This idea started at the front desk, where we set a new standard for visitor sign-in. Now, we’re looking around the office—to the mailroom, meeting rooms and beyond—and asking how can we make this better, too? We envision a world where technology is woven through our workplaces, all of it working together to make our time there delightful.

About the team and role

We strive to be a top-notch engineering organization with a great culture and have the same high standards with our code, systems, practices, and people. We value learning and growth and hire, diverse, well-rounded, communicative people we can trust.

We are looking for an exceptional engineering leader to join our growing team at Envoy. As a leader in the Engineering organization, you will be a point person on driving execution, technical leadership, people development, recruiting top-level talent as well as hands-on development work.

You will  

  • Drive great execution, work with the team to set clear goals, and deliver against them
  • Recruit inspire, and develop a high performing and creative engineering team
  • Be both a highly technical, hands-on coder and effective people coach
  • Implement and operate agile development best practices in a fast-paced environment
  • Champion engineering excellence and culture, establish metrics for regular assessment/improvement
  • Invest in our future and help build the Envoy engineering brand through blogs, conferences, open source projects, etc. 

You have

  • Minimum 5+ years of hands-on technical development experience
  • Minimum 3+ years of experience managing a cross-functional engineering team
  • Experience running the day-to-day agile/scrum process for an engineering team
  • Experience programming in Ruby and/or JavaScript
  • BS/MS in Computer Science or a related technical field

Bonus points

  • Experience working in high growth venture-backed startups
  • Experience working in IoT related companies
  • Experience in building and launching greenfield products
  • Contribute to open source projects/libraries
  • Blog, teach, mentor, or help others learn outside of your day to day work

If this kind of work sounds interesting, we'd love to hear from you! We're open to all backgrounds and levels of experience, and we believe that great people can always find a place. People do their best work when they can be themselves, so we value uniqueness. We never discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status or disability status.

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