Hi, Future Homie!

As a Homie, you'll be part of an unstoppable team that puts customers first, embraces each day with excitement, and strives for excellence in everything you do. We’re revolutionizing the way small businesses manage their teams and grow their business. What this means for you is a shared passion for innovation and making a difference for the people we serve. So what do you say, will you join us on our mission to empower small businesses?

As a Homie and an Engineering Manager, you come with:

  • A strong history of hands-on technical experience and a history of guiding teams through complex technical challenges to successful outcomes, especially as part of large-scale distributed systems serving millions of users
  • Demonstrated record of developing, coaching, and managing engineers to build a high-functioning team
  • You probably have 2+ years of experience managing engineers
  • Exceptional analytical and communication skills with a proven ability to diagnose and understand challenges that span teams and technologies
  • Clear and deep understanding of how to build engineering teams that build high-quality products and an ability to use influence across the department to promote effective engineering practices
  • Experience recruiting engineering candidates
  • As a bonus, you are familiar with at least some of small and medium business customers, especially local businesses; Ruby and Rails development; or, a history of building new engineering teams from the ground up.

At Homebase you will make an impact by:

Leading your team in their mission to develop world-class solutions for small businesses. You will use your hands-on experience to guide the team to deliver a resilient platform and world-class product. You will partner with Engineering Management and Technical Leadership to help your team scale to meet our future needs. You maintain a high technical standard for all work your team delivers. 

  • You will oversee the growth of a team in our new engineering hub in Monterrey where you will manage and mentor engineers
  • You will manage a team of engineers and support them in their day-to-day work and professional development and mentor engineers across teams in Monterrey
  • You will help drive the recruiting process in Monterrey, Mexico using your network to attract and hire the best engineering talent
  • You’ll be a key member of the Engineering Management team and bring new ideas about organizational development, scaling teams, improving processes, etc.

What to Expect During the Interview Process:

  • Meet the Talent Acquisition team Lauren B
  • Meet the Hiring Manager Steve K
  • Meet members of the Engineering Management team 
  • Meet members of the Engineering Technical Leadership team 
  • Meet the CTO Oliver F.
  • Professional Reference Checks
  • Background Check + Offer Stage
  • Welcome to the team, Homie💜🎉

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Homebase:

At Homebase, we take pride in fostering a welcoming space where every Homie of every gender, age, orientation, culture and walk of life can be their full selves. Diverse perspectives empower us to build the best-in-class platform for small businesses and hourly shift workers. We recognize that experience comes in many forms, so if you think you’re close to what we’re looking for (even if you don’t meet 100% of the qualifications), we encourage you to apply!

About Us:

Welcome to the exciting world of Homebase in Monterrey, Mexico! We are looking for passionate individuals like you to join our unstoppable team of developers. Can you imagine being one of the first members of this adventure?

Our mission is to make small business teams unstoppable.

Homebase is the everything app for hourly teams, with employee scheduling, time clocks, payroll, team communication, HR, and more. More than 100,000 small (but mighty) businesses rely on Homebase to make work radically easy and give their teams superpowers. As the leader in small business team management, Homebase tracked 1+ billion hours for 2.5+ million workers last year. Homebase is based in San Francisco, Houston, Denver, and Toronto. We are backed by leading venture investors L Catterton Growth, Emerson Collective, Notable Capital, Bain Capital Ventures, Khosla Ventures, Baseline Ventures, Cowboy Ventures, Bedrock Capital, and PLUS Capital.

If you're ready to join an exciting adventure and make an impact in the world of technology, now is the perfect time to become part of our team in Monterrey! Apply today and be a part of the future we are building together at Homebase!

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