At The Infatuation, we’re on a mission to create the most trustworthy and useful restaurant recommendation platform. We serve our users by creating content that provides both utility and entertainment and we package it all up in delightful digital products.

In October 2021, The Infatuation was acquired by JPMorgan Chase, the largest bank in the U.S. The acquisition affords us the funding of a major bank, as well as the distribution for The Infatuation to become a household name. With these new resources, we are in a state of rapid growth, evolving our products to better serve our users as we scale.

Now, we’re looking for an Engineering Manager, Mobile to join our growing team of both in-house and external engineers.  As Engineering Manager, your day-to-day work will focus on managing our talented mobile team of internal and external engineers, located in LATAM and Europe. You’ll spend most of your time coaching in 1:1s, code reviewing, mentoring, and optimizing output by understanding the strengths and areas of development of the team you manage. While there may be an opportunity for you to code, the focus will be on the management and mentorship of your team. You should be passionate about coding but willing to delegate it to others.

This role will report to our Director of Engineering and be responsible for leading and building a diverse team of direct reports. We are looking for candidates within commuting distance to NYC, as we’re returning to offices in a hybrid capacity - 3 days a week, with flexibility to work from home 2 days a week.

What You’ll Do:

  • Manage a team of external engineers across multiple time zones
  • Optimize the team’s output based on various inputs
  • Coach and problem solve on a day-to-day basis
  • Grow the technical expertise of your team around quality, scalability, and performance 
  • Collaborate with technical lead and Director of Engineering on technical decisions and ensure proper execution
  • Set direction for the team, anticipating strategic and scaling-related challenges
  • Maintain a high-quality code base and participate in code reviews
  • Have an understanding of the big picture architecture and technology we use

Who You Are:

  • You are a skilled full-stack software engineer with experience using React Native or related technologies, such as Ionic, Cordova, Xamarin, and/or Flutter
  • You have at least 1 year of engineering management experience - leading, coaching, and mentoring both individuals and teams
  • You have a large-scale web or mobile experience in an agile development environment
  • You are empathetic, curious, and pragmatic
  • You are constantly learning and re-evaluating previous assumptions


  • React Native/Typescript
  • Bitrise
  • Detox

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