You will be part of the Engineering leadership team at ServiceTitan responsible for growing the organization and delivering product excellence. We provide exciting opportunities to make an immediate impact in our rapidly growing startup. We are quality minded, use the most modern tools on the Microsoft .NET platform, have an amazing culture, and love to solve complex problems.

We’re looking for a Director of Engineering who will help us lead and expand the engineering organization at ServiceTitan. We need thoughtful, proactive leaders who support their teams, encourage growth, and drive accountability through results. We also desire those who can balance rapid iteration and development with high product quality expectations and who are innovative and comfortable with ambiguity. 

As our Director of Engineering, you will: 

  • Manage a team of engineers  — i.e. own their processes, priorities, and long-term goals
  • Drive organization improvements while working with other Directors and Engineering Managers
  • Work closely with ST Leadership Team to make sure your goals are aligned with company goals
  • Empower your teams to improve their performance, the quality of their work; focus on outcomes
  • Mentor and guide the Engineering Managers
  • Work closely with Recruiting — in particular, interview candidates and co-own activities related to lead generation (e.g. tech talks) and screening (testing, phone and onsite interviews)
  • Communicate effectively with developers, Product Managers, customers, and partners

 To be successful in this role, you'll need:

  • 6+ years of experience in managing a small to medium software development teams
  • 3+ years of experience on senior engineering roles (designing APIs, abstractions, and tools used by other engineers)
  • Expert-level knowledge of:
    • Microsoft .NET technology stack (C# / .NET, ASP.NET MVC, Web APIs) and SQL databases (Microsoft SQL Server or any other)
    • HTML5 and JavaScript; experience such front-end frameworks as React and Knockout.js is a plus
    • Git, unit testing, debugging, profiling, performance monitoring
  • Strong knowledge of some other technology stack (e.g. Python / Unix, Java, mobile platforms,...)
  • Strong communication and technical writing skills

B.S., M.S. or PhD in Computer Science, Physics, Engineering or a related technical field

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