At LightStep, our mission is to deliver confidence at scale for those who develop, operate, and rely upon today’s powerful software applications. We created LightStep because we understand the massive architectural transformation underway in the software industry, where companies are migrating away from monolithic architectures to distributed architectures and microservices. We see an opportunity to accelerate this transition in software development while improving the quality of the developer and end-user experience. Our story as individuals and as a company revolves around continuous learning, careful listening, and the belief that these fundamentally new software architectures require fundamentally new solutions.

As Manager, Technical Account Management you will lead the Technical Account Managers who support our enterprise customers. Your primary responsibility will be to build, support, and enable your team so they may in turn ensure the success of our enterprise customers. 

You'd be a great fit if...

  • You enjoy making customers successful as a primary focus and are great at building trusting, credible relationships with customers.
  • You have a track record of recruiting, hiring, and developing excellent talent.
  • You enjoy working with each of your team members to guide and support their specific professional growth path.
  • You communicate clearly, listen attentively, and empathize directly with others.
  • You can inspire trust, build consensus, and execute across your team and others.
  • You are great at building bridges with other leaders e.g. across engineering, product, design, sales, and marketing.
  • You are creative and good at managing new customer needs, business opportunities, and scaling challenges as they arise.
  • You have experience supporting a technical buyer and end user.

Bonus points

  • You have a background in monitoring, observability, or Application Performance Management (APM).
  • You are familiar with any of the following: microservices, distributed tracing, proxies / service meshes (Envoy, HAProxy, Linkerd), cloud platforms (AWS, GCP, Azure), containers (Kubernetes, Docker).

 

LightStep is an Equal Opportunity-Affirmative Action Employer – Minority / Female / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation.

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