About Envoy

Envoy is transforming modern workplaces for hybrid work and safely bringing people together so they can connect, collaborate, and thrive. Envoy’s workplace platform software has redefined how companies welcome visitors, keep employees safe, book desks and conference rooms, and manage deliveries in over 20,000 locations around the globe. Companies like Slack, Pinterest, and Warby Parker rely on Envoy to create an unrivaled first impression and keep their offices running smoothly. We are proudly backed by Andreessen Horowitz, Menlo Ventures, Initialized Capital, Brookfield Growth, and many others.

With more than 100,000 new sign-ins every day, Envoy Visitors creates a warm welcome for guests while safeguarding people, property, and ideas. Envoy Protect confirms employees are healthy and helps to coordinate schedules before they come on-site. Envoy Desks gives employees the flexibility to reserve a desk for the days they are in the office to collaborate with teammates. Our workplace platform is designed to connect to workplace tools you already use and new apps built by developers that will shape the future of work. 

Our motto is to challenge the status quo, and we like to innovate fast to help our customers create workplaces people love. If this world sounds exciting, we’d love for you to help us build the workplace of the future.

About the Role

You will work with the PM to define and refine the OKRs and the roadmap for the developer platform team. You will lead a full-stack team of seven to eight engineers to build developer APIs, the integration platform, and developer tools. You will collaborate with other engineering teams, the PMM, channel managers, and solution engineering in launching new features. You will hire and develop talent.

This is not a remote position. The ideal candidate will need to be onsite & able to participate in hybrid work.

You Will

  • Rebuild a more reliable and maintainable integration platform
  • Prioritize customer or partner requests, build and improve developer APIs
  • Build new and improve existing developer tools
  • Triage bug reports and fix issues based on priority in a timely manner
  • Maintain a collaborative and friendly team environment

You Have  

  • Strong interest working in a startup environment where changes are the norm
  • Clear, concise, and open communication in team and cross-functional collaboration
  • Clear idea of and strong drive in designing the right system for the problem in hand
  • Relentless focus on execution with a sense of urgency
  • Ability to roll up your sleeves and help those around you when needed
  • Minimum 5+ years of hands-on technical development experience.
  • Minimum 2+ years of people management experience

Nice to Have 

  • Experience working in high growth venture-backed startup(s).
  • Experience working in B2B SaaS related companies.
  • Experience building and launching platform microservices.
  • Experience programming in Ruby, Kotlin, Java, and/or JavaScript.
  • Experience migrating from monolithic to service oriented architecture
  • Contribute to open source projects/libraries.
  • Blog, teach, mentor, or help others learn outside of your day to day work.

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Envoy will comply with federal and state mandates regarding COVID-19 vaccinations. We will require employees coming on-site to be fully vaccinated, which includes a booster.

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