Location: Anywhere in the US. Our engineering team is fully distributed.

The compensation range for this role is $175,000 - $225,000 to be determined by level.

Data-driven companies win. Mode provides the tools to make companies data-driven. Data analysts quickly answer business questions using data in a comprehensive, cloud-based toolchain. Business users can understand and explore their company’s data in our world-class visualization product. By serving both analysts and business users, Mode provides the complete solution for data-driven companies.

A key part of our technical strategy is to extend the Mode platform by integrating with a wide range of partners. We are also going to provide APIs and tools that allow partners to integrate with us. We are looking for an experienced, empathetic engineering leader to create and grow a team to own these integrations.

We welcome applicants based remotely in all 50 states. 

Mode’s engineering team

Come work with a diverse and deeply experienced team. We have colleagues from companies like Google, Tableau, SAS, Apple, Facebook, Glassdoor, and many more. Read about our key engineering values.

What you'll do

  • Work with Mode engineers to build the technical vision for Integrations
  • Assemble a world-class team to execute the vision - from within Mode and through hiring
  • Mentor, manage, and grow your engineers
  • Work with engineering leadership to develop career pathing and manage the performance of your team
  • Define quality standards and review processes and hold the team accountable to them
  • Work with other members of the engineering and product team to prioritize integrations
  • Follow trends in the data transformation, data warehousing, and logging industry
  • Contribute to engineering-wide initiatives as part of the engineering management team

What we look for

  • Experience managing and building engineering teams
  • Strong software development or data science background
  • High degree of empathy and concern for both team and individual outcomes
  • Alignment with Mode's values

We are particularly excited if you bring experience building integrations and integration platforms at a SaaS company. Interest and experience in data analytics is a bonus.

About Mode

Mode is a collaborative analytics platform that brings teams together around data to make game-changing decisions.

In everything we do, we strive to put the people we do it for first. This starts internally: together we're building a culture that embraces diversity and learning, humility and gratitude. At the same time, we try not to take ourselves too seriously and strive for a healthy balance between work and personal pursuits.

Benefits you can expect as a Mode employee:

  • Generous, flexible PTO and family leave
  • Flexible work schedules—we trust you to know what will make yourself most productive
  • Excellent health coverage for team members and their families (Mode pays 100% of the premiums)
  • Supportive work environment and a manager who is focused on your professional growth
  • Company events that highlight our team's passions and hobbies

Mode is committed to building an inclusive and diverse workforce. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and welcome people from all backgrounds, experiences, abilities, and perspectives. For California residents please review our CCPA Privacy Notice linked here.

Mode is a remote-first company with cross-functional teams based throughout the US. We welcome applicants from all 50 states. Employees based in the San Francisco area also have the option to work out of our office as desired.

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