1. Responsible for mapping business objectives to an optimum engineering structure, including correct estimation of resource allocation.
2. Responsible for key technical and product decisions.
3. Work closely with the Product Manager and help them in getting relevant inputs from the engineering team.
4. Talk to the management, production, and marketing employees to discuss project specifications and procedures.
5. Coordinate and direct projects, making detailed plans to accomplish goals and directing the integration of technical activities.
6. Analyze technology, resource needs, and market demand, to plan and assess the feasibility of projects.
7. Lead engineering team(s) to ship high-quality software on predictable schedules during our product cycles, partnering closely with Product Managers to cut scope and continuously deliver software in a lean way
8. Manage the context in which team members operate, including
a) Representing the team in planning meetings.
b) Translating engineering team vision and technology roadmap into action.
c) Coordinating with other areas such as Marketing and Customer.
9. Maintain a strong and up-to-date understanding of the challenges and opportunities your team is facing the building and deploying software.
10. Participate in the hiring and onboarding of engineers.
1. Leadership, Decision-Making skills.
3. Effective communication.
4. Attention to Detail.
5. Task Delegation.
6. Have a deep understanding of how software is built and deployed.
7. Comfortable with participatory management.
1. Have experience leading an engineering team, either as an engineering manager or as a senior engineer/technical lead.
2. Capable of leading globally distributed team members who might have different skill sets from your own, and be located in different timezones
3. Plan and direct the installation, testing, operation, maintenance.
4. Direct, review, and approve product design and changes.
5. Recruit employees- assign, direct, and evaluate their work; and oversee the development and maintenance of employee competence.
6. Perform administrative functions such as reviewing and writing reports, approving expenditures, enforcing rules, and making decisions about the purchase of products or services.
7. Administer planning and maintenance.
8. Have a track record of holding a team accountable to goals and aligned with company-wide strategic priorities, while maintaining high levels of autonomy on your team.