As the Engineering Manager, you will build and empower the 1Password Client Apps development team. Reporting into the VP of Engineering, you will help craft our vision and make it a reality through creative engineering and identifying required solutions to hard problems. You will be responsible for tactical execution by the team, helping to coordinate activities such as sprint planning, design reviews, and project planning. You will also be responsible for hiring and coaching world-class talent for your team.
An ever-increasing number of individuals, families, and businesses are using 1Password every day, and 1Password needs to scale accordingly. Come help us build the backbone of 1Password!
Significant client-side application or library development experience, preferably using Rust.
Experience working with the following languages and frameworks: Rust, Kotlin, Swift, Type, SQL.
Previous experience of managing teams of high-performing developers.
The ability to create and maintain a positive, healthy team environment in which everyone is supported, encouraged, and meaningfully challenged to do great work.
Someone ready to roll up their sleeves and get to work themselves on technical challenges.
Skills considered as a good plus
Experience with WebAssembly.
Continuous integration/continuous deployment experience.
Experience with Docker (in a professional environment or for personal projects).
Experience with deploying client applications on macOS, iOS, Android, Windows, Linux, and/or browser extensions.
Experience with subion services such as Stripe / Apple App Store / Google Play Store.
Recruit and hire a diverse team of strong engineers to create an inclusive workplace.
Manage engineers and develop engineering leads. Foster an environment of innovation, execution, and collaboration.
Work to scope and plan key deliverables for projects and initiatives with the team.
Drive execution with an emphasis on iterations and deliverables, quality, velocity, and communication.
Provide technical leadership to developers both in your team and across the engineering organization.
Continue scaling a highly specialized engineering team.