Description

The Engineering Team at Fleetio is expanding and has an opportunity for an Engineering Manager to join our team. In this role, you will be one of our leaders for our team that builds integrations and features that help our customers manage their fleet operations workflows, such as asset lifecycle management, assignments, and fuel tracking. You will oversee the design, development, and delivery of high-quality solutions for our web platform.

You will influence the following areas: engineering leadership, technical strategy, code quality and performance, and mentorship. You will collaborate closely with fellow engineering leaders, product managers, designers, and other stakeholders to define requirements, prioritize features, and deliver high-quality releases. You will develop our engineering talent and grow their careers at Fleetio!

If you are an engineering leader with strong technical expertise, excellent leadership skills, and a passion for delivering solutions that solve customers problems, we would love to connect with you!

A little about us… Fleetio is a modern software platform that helps thousands of organizations around the world manage their fleet operations. Transportation technology is a hot market and we’re leading the charge, with raving fans and new customers signing up every day. We raised $144M in Series C in June of 2023 and are on an exciting trajectory as a company. Fleetio is also a proud founding member of the Rails Foundation!

More about our team and company

Who you are

The ideal candidate for this role possesses a blend of technical expertise, leadership skills, business acumen, and strategic vision. You have a solid background in building integrations and web application development with proficiency in Ruby-on-Rails and React development in a SaaS environment. Your leadership experience includes successfully managing and inspiring high-performing engineering teams, driving innovation, and fostering a collaborative work culture. You exhibit strong problem-solving skills, adaptability to a fast-paced environment, and a commitment to delivering high-quality, user-centric solutions. This role is part of the Engineering Leadership team and will report to the VP of Engineering.

Your impact

  • Partner with product managers to plan, build and deliver solutions on your team roadmap
  • Lead the team to deliver quality solutions and outcomes for our customers and partners
  • Your primary focus is leading a web development team but you feel comfortable collaborating with mobile teams to deliver a cohesive customer experience across all platforms
  • Holistically mentor and guide direct reports in professional development and career growth
  • Enable teams to produce well-tested, maintainable, and performant code
  • Foster a positive and productive work environment that boosts the morale of your team
  • Review your teams' code as necessary to ensure quality, maintain consistency, and share knowledge
  • Advocate for and mentor the team on engineering best practices and development patterns
  • Partner with other engineering leaders to contribute to building a great engineering culture and practices
  • Communicate timely updates and progress on initiatives to relevant stakeholders
  • Champion for the overall quality of the codebase

Your experience

  • 2+ years of experience leading engineering teams as a Manager in a SaaS environment
  • Strong business acumen and passion for building great products
  • Proven experience building Ruby-on-Rails applications (especially with a focus on backend engineering or integrations)
  • Solid expertise in the latest development, build, test, and deploy practices that drive agility, consistent delivery, and quality
  • Prior experience collaborating with external partners to build and maintain integrations
  • Strong passion and track record of attracting, developing, and retaining engineers
  • Experience utilize APM tools to monitor and troubleshoot issues
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
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Benefits

  • Multiple health/dental coverage options
  • Vision insurance
  • Incentive stock options
  • 401(k) match of 4%
  • PTO - 4 weeks
  • 12 company holidays + 2 floating holidays
  • Parental leave- birthing parent (12 weeks paid) non-birthing (4 weeks)
  • FSA & HSA options
  • Short and long term disability (short term 100% paid)
  • Community service funds
  • Professional development funds
  • Wellbeing fund - $150 quarterly
  • Business expense stipend- $125 quarterly
  • Mac laptop + new hire equipment stipend
  • Monthly catered lunches
  • Fully stocked kitchen with tons of drinks & snacks
  • Remote working friendly since 2012 #LI-REMOTE

Fleetio provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants and prohibits discrimination and harassment. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all. All employment is decided on the basis of qualifications, merit and business need.

This application is not intended to and does not create a contract or offer of employment. Employment with Fleetio is at will.

If you have a disability or a special need that requires an accommodation to fill out the online application, please let us know by calling (205) 718-7500.

 

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