About your role:

The main mission for the position is to make everyone in the engineering organisation successful by leading and mentoring people on the team that drives business performance and participates in meeting business goals. 

Senior  Engineering Manager is ideally an inspiring leader and a great team builder. He or she will be an excellent recruiter, a great communicator, and a great issue resolver.

This person is expected to lead  1 - 2 engineering teams. One of teams will be Data Engineering that enhances, maintains and evolves our current Data Warehouse and ETL infrastructure, designs and implements new functionalities.

Join Fandom build innovative tools, design new solutions in a fun environment and help us manage our data in the cloud.

Main responsibilities:

  • Be an inspirational leader to provide the team with a company vision, strategy and project objectives, delegate tasks and set deadlines to meet them
  • Manage all engineering activities including design, development, production and testing
  • Develop and implement policies, standards and procedures for the engineering and technical work performed
  • Be responsible for the team estimates and deliverables
  • Oversee a robust project management process and delivery timelines to keep projects on schedule and on budget
  • Provide input to strategic decisions that affect the functional area of responsibility
  • Confront and solve performance and operational issues to improve development efficiency
  • Manage growth and development of direct reports: coaching, suggesting appropriate training and reading, counselling on next steps in career development, including potential career track changes, supporting creation of personal development plan
  • Represent the engineering team in communication with customers and partners
  • Create healthy and motivating work environment
  • Work closely with product stakeholders to help address business needs and build strong partnerships with other teams
  • Handling day-to-day management tasks such as performance reviews, time off, vacation requests, annual reviews, any HR-based intervention, career management/mentoring activities
  • Experiment with new approaches and practices to stay current in software engineering and management knowledge
  • Monitor and determine staffing and training needs
  • Communicate and collaborate with other managers

You are…

  • 8+ years of experience in software, at least 5 of which must be in management
  • Proven track record of high quality product delivery
  • High emotional intelligence
  • Proven experience in building high-performance teams and scalable best engineering practices
  • Able to think critically and solve complex problems
  • Able to challenge status quo in a tempered way
  • Able to seek to understand and then act
  • Effective time management skills, both personally and on a team basis
  • Leadership skills necessary to manage and develop teams
  • Excellent written and spoken English
  • Effective communicator and public speaker
  • Agile experience
  • Organizational competencies and project management skills to keep projects, processes, and  engineering teams on track
  • Decision-making skills 
  • Ability to meet deadlines
  • Ability to influence

Benefits & Perks

  • Stock options
  • Training based on business needs
  • Cafeteria Benefit Program (including private medical care, gym membership, shopping/wellness bonus, etc.)
  • Flexible working hours
  • Team lunches and events
  • Full pantry complete with coffee, a variety of drinks, cookies and healthy food options
  • Interest and hobby groups
  • Open, energetic and fan-focused, international work environment
  • Well-equipped and constantly expanding library

About FANDOM

FANDOM is a global entertainment media brand powered by fan passion. The fan-trusted source in entertainment, FANDOM provides a home to explore, contribute to, and celebrate the world of pop culture. Whether looking for in-depth information on favorite fandoms or what’s buzzing in entertainment, FANDOM has your pop culture curiosities covered through fan-expert knowledge and carefully curated and fun, original multi-platform content.

FANDOM has a global audience of almost 200 million monthly uniques and encompasses over 400,000 fan communities. We currently feature more than 55 million pages of content, inclusive of video.

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