About HouseAccount: HouseAccount aims to disrupt the $750 billion home service industry by revolutionizing and digitizing the homeowner experience. We (and our customers) firmly believe that the future of the home service industry lies in embracing technology to replace outdated and inefficient phone calls, manual scheduling, non-digital payments, and costly paper-based processes.

HouseAccount is building a digital platform that has deep integrations with large-scale brands' operational CRMs, and delivers an exceptional white-labeled consumer experience that significantly enhances consumer-related metrics. Our early success has far exceeded expectations, leading to a substantial backlog of customers with billions of dollars in annual gross sales. HouseAccount is a well-capitalized Series A company with multiple years of cash runway.

Team: Co-founders (Wiley, Matt, Kenny) and the rest of our team have spent our careers building world-class tech companies that transform local businesses by digitizing their consumer experience(s). We are an experienced executive team that have been founders or exec team members at the following companies, each with successful outcomes: Seamless ($GRUB), Slice ($1B+ pre-IPO), OLO ($OLO), SinglePlatform ($TRIP), Constant Contact ($CTCT), and Good Uncle ($ARMK).

The Job: As the Vice President of Engineering, you will be a key member of our leadership team, responsible for driving the technical vision, strategy, and execution of our digital platform. 

Reporting directly to our co-founder/COO, you will play a pivotal role in scaling our technology to support our expanding partner base, ensuring the seamless integration of operational CRMs, and driving the growth and effective management of our engineering team through strategic hiring initiatives.

What you’ll do:

  • Collaborate closely with the executive team, product management, and design to shape the technical roadmap and ensure alignment with business goals.
  • Provide leadership and mentorship to a growing engineering team, fostering a culture of innovation, collaboration, and continuous improvement.
  • Make strategic decisions to drive the development of scalable and reliable systems, ensuring exceptional outcomes and immediate customer value.
  • Own the end-to-end delivery of features, from ideation to production, leveraging your experience in successfully shipping products.
  • Take a proactive approach to attract top engineering talent. Contribute to the recruitment and hiring process to build a high-performing team.
  • Define and monitor key performance metrics for the engineering team. Implement measures to improve efficiency, productivity, and product quality.

Who you are:

  • 10+ years of experience in engineering roles, with a proven track record of leadership and successfully scaling engineering teams.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to collaborate effectively across functions.
  • Demonstrated ability to align technical strategy with business objectives and drive product delivery.
  • Experience in recruitment, talent acquisition, and team development.
  • Deep understanding of software development best practices, agile methodologies, and emerging technologies.
  • Comfortable with a diverse range of technologies; experience with Rails, Stimulus, Turbo, PostgreSQL, and other relevant technologies is a plus

Working here

  • NYC based role
  • Occasional travel requirements (approximately 10% of the time) to attend offsites, meetings, or training events
  • Competitive compensation, stock options, and health insurance.
  • Unlimited PTO: take the time you need when you need it.
  • A remote-first environment
  • Subsidy for at-home work machine and equipment
  • Regular strategic onsites (in NYC) and offsites (TBD) where we gather the team for work and non-work.
  • A world-class team of fun, welcoming, ego-free, proven entrepreneurs with whom to build life-long relationships.

The salary range for this role is $250,000-$310,000. This posting may span more than one career level. Actual compensation packages within that range are based on a wide array of factors unique to each candidate, including but not limited to skill set, years and depth of experience, certifications, and specific location.

HouseAccount is an equal opportunity employer and actively encourages applications from people of all backgrounds. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, religion, color, sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation and gender identity/expression), national origin, disability or any other status protected under applicable federal, state, or local laws.

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