Who We Are:

Omaze is a venture-backed startup with a mission of transforming lives through the power of storytelling and technology. Our for-profit platform offers people everywhere the chance to win a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Since our founding in 2012 in Los Angeles, California; Omaze has raised more than $100 million for over 350 charity partners. We’re growing our team of smart, dedicated, passionate people, and that’s where you come in! 

Who we are Seeking:

As a member of the engineering leadership team, you will help our technology and team grow as quickly as our revenue, and dive into our purpose built platform to create a best-in-class experience for our donors. The role requires you to manage a high performing engineering team. This means 1:1’s, design reviews, implementing sane software development processes, code reviews and performance reviews. You’ll have opinions on how we do continuous integration, continuous deployment and our testing strategy. You will also have an opinion on how we analyze and monitor the health of our team, codebase and systems. We are looking for a good people manager that can inspire and guide a productive development team. You will work with various stakeholders across the organization (product management, design, finance and leadership) to drive key decisions.

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Manage a team of 4-6 software engineers
  • Implement and enforce processes around code reviews, testing, deployments and recruiting
  • Establish a results-oriented work environment based on accountability
  • Contribute to code reviews and technical architecture discussions
  • Construct and deliver technology roadmap
  • Architect creative solutions to scale our platform

Our Ideal Candidate:

  • Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or scientific discipline; and 5+ years in software engineering
  • 5+ years of experience managing engineers
  • Experience with AWS and Cloud technologies
  • Expert understanding of design patterns and distributed systems
  • Professional experience with multiple programming languages
  • Impeccable verbal and written communication skills in technical and non-technical cohorts
  • Passionate about helping others and a team-focused approach towards software development
  • You take your work seriously but not yourself
  • Exposure to (React, Golang, SQL, REST, GraphQL, Terraform, Python, Linux, Cloud technologies)

Benefits:

  • Based in Culver City, Los Angeles; open to relocating candidates
  • Stock Options
  • 401K
  • Benefits - medical, dental, vision
  • Unlimited PTO
  • Dog-friendly

 

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