About the role:

The Director of Product Engineering is responsible for leading the Product Engineering function for the company. You will lead multiple teams building core parts of the product, from Data Exploration via workbooks, to our Enterprise enablement features. You will be reporting to the VP of engineering.

What you will be doing:

  • Lead and grow multiple engineering teams committed to building intuitive products that anticipate and solve customer problems.
  • Work effectively with other functions to build and improve our development and processes.
  • Be product oriented as well as a strong people manager, striving for excellence on both fronts.
  • Train, coach, and hire to grow your team as needed to support company goals.
  • Communicate plans and status well across the company.

You:

  • Understand the value of data in decision making.
  • Are a manager with 7 years of engineering management experience of product teams and 3 years of organizational management (e.g. 2nd level management experience)
  • Are opinionated and have great product sense.
  • Hire, build, and develop high performing engineering teams
  • Are curious, love to learn and to dig into new technologies and can pick them up quickly
  • Demonstrate strong technical architecture and engineering skills along with the ability to switch between technology paradigms.
  • Love working with world-class engineers, product managers, and architects.
  • Strive to excel, innovate and take pride in your work

About us:

Sigma is a SaaS, next-generation business intelligence and data exploration platform that is changing the analytics landscape. Sigma offers a spreadsheet-like interface that enables all decision makers to securely analyze up to billions of rows of live data with the unlimited scale and speed of the cloud. With Sigma, everyone can quickly answer their own questions to make and visualize accurate, data-driven decisions.

At Sigma, we believe every person has unique domain expertise that they bring to the table. Our mission is to give everyone the technical abilities to leverage their expertise to drive their business decisions. This idea is fundamental to who we are and how we collaborate and treat each other. We believe we are Smarter Together and what each person brings to the table helps make us (and our company) stronger.  How we do this internally is through transparency and Fearless Communication. We explain, we speak up, and we all have the opportunity to contribute to the company. With that communication, we Assume Best Intent and know thats how we approach each other and our customers is with a common goal. We are Curious & Constructive in looking at how we can make our product, company, and community better. With all of these Company Values, we Aim for Greatness, we have big goals that we keep hitting and we continue to reassess how we can set those goals even higher. Come join us to help us be smarter and grow together!

Benefits For Our Full-Time Employees:

  • Equity
  • Generous health benefits
  • Flexible time off policy. Take the time off you need!
  • Flexible schedule, do the work you need to get done in the time you have to get it done
  • At least 12 weeks of paid bonding time for all new parents
  • Traditional and Roth 401k
  • Commuter and FSA benefits

Sigma Computing is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to building a smart and strong team regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender, gender identity or expression, or veteran status. We look forward to learning how your experience can enable all of us to grow.

Note: We have safely reopened our office and are following San Francisco and CDC guidelines. As part of our return to the office, we are requiring all employees to provide proof they are fully vaccinated and ask all visitors to the office to be fully vaccinated as well. We are growing and moving fast and believe that we are only able to do that by learning from each other in person. We are committed to the health and safety of our community and are constantly monitoring any changes to city guidelines.

 

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