Engineering Manager

At LogDNA, you will be involved in envisioning and implementing a fast and modern log management platform that offers the flexibility of an amazing developer experience combined  with the trust of enterprise-grade infrastructure. Today, LogDNA is used by over 3,000 teams including customers at IBM, Houseparty, ASICS, and Lime Bike. We are building a future where developers don’t have to dread the tools they use at work, starting with log management.  We are LogDNA, the modern logging platform for the Kubernetes age.  We have been named to the Enterprise Tech 30 list, the Forbes Cloud 100 Rising Stars list, the Top 25 Enterprise Software Startups to Watch in 2020 list, and the CRN 10 Hottest Cloud Startups of 2020 list. We have also received the 2020 IBM Cloud Embed Excellence Award. 

We are looking for a passionate and motivated Technical Leader/Manager for one of our full stack development teams to help us deliver our evolving, world-class log management system. You will help shape and nurture the development team that is responsible for building our functionality relating to the internal data pipeline as well as specifically organization/account management, billing and data management. The ideal candidate is self-motivated, holds themselves and others accountable and maintains the highest standards. They will put the customer first and be comfortable with the velocity of a fast-paced startup, and not be afraid to tackle the scaling challenges of petabyte per day big data customer data. Above all, the candidate will have a team-oriented attitude, a desire to see team members succeed and grow, and the ability to set up processes to execute quickly.

Responsibilities (What you'll do)

  • Work closely with the product management and internal teams to understand the needs of our customers and quickly iterate to improve our product.
  • Provide hands-on technical management, guidance, and support being ultimately responsible for the health of the systems the team delivers.
  • Collaborate with and foster development of the community for our open source offerings
  • Communicate and collaborate with cross-functional teams as well as with partner companies.
  • Help shape and lead software engineering teams through hiring and growing engineers.
  • Cultivate an environment where team members are empowered and demonstrate a strong sense of ownership.
  • Cultivate and influence continuous improvement both in your team and across Engineering; identify and seize opportunities to improve the way we estimate, plan, develop, test, ship, and deploy our software and established metrics to measure progress.
  • Manage technical debt. Help to maintain balance between velocity and code health.

Qualifications (What you'll need)

  • 3+ years of experience managing engineering teams
  • Strong communication skills with the ability to drive technical discussions
  • Experience developing and communicating a strategy and roadmap for your teams

Bonus Points (Nice to have)

  • Ability to provide technical leadership in collaboration with technical stakeholders on your team.
  • Hands-on experience architecting and building web applications at scale in the past.

Benefits:

  • Competitive compensation plan
  • Work remotely with a remote team
  • Competitive benefits
    • 100% Full health premium coverage for you and your dependents (yes... everyone)
    • Dental and Vision coverage
    • Unlimited Vacation
  • Delivering a product that supports users worldwide
  • Working in a fun, energetic, agile team environment

At LogDNA, it’s our differences, compassion, and desire to grow that bring us together. We respect the opinions of all people and are champions for diversity, equity, and inclusion in our community.

LogDNA is based in Mountain View, CA.  This is a 100% remote opportunity.  Must work in the US.

 

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