Software Engineering Manager
Product – Editor /
Coder is a remote-first company, with our home base in Austin, TX.
Coder is on a mission to build the best products available for developers. We’re looking for an Engineering Manager to support our Editor team. This role is responsible for coordinating the team, helping employees grow and maintaining our core culture of building.
We are a startup so your responsibilities will be both broad and deep - and we’re moving very quickly so you’ll need to prioritize effectively and establish lightweight processes to ensure you’re making the best use of your time and resources to propel Coder forward.
- Improve development velocity, stability and predictability of our Editor support
- Grow the team while maintaining high velocity and morale
- Collaborate with Product Management on roadmap to ensure the team has clear direction
- 2+ years of experience as an Engineering Manager
- 2+ years of experience working as a Software Engineer
- Strong understanding of the fundamentals of computer science and programming
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills with a solid track record growing people and teams
- Good at prioritization and applying sound, data-informed judgment to weigh trade- offs
- Degree in Computer Science
- Past work at a high-growth startup
- You love the Unix philosophy
- You are passionate about open source software
- You have strong opinions about engineering workflow
If you do not meet the above criteria, but still believe that you can deliver results, please write a brief description detailing how you intend to do that.
What Makes Coder Different?
Coder is an engineering-first organization. Our product is built by engineers, for engineers. We’re committed to building an organization and product optimized for engineering happiness. You can expect a fast-paced workflow and minimal meetings.
Our basic requirements for employment are:
- A passion for your craft
- A desire to be successful
Humanity is the ability to make your peers and partners happy to work with you. This includes being social and open with your coworkers and building deep trusts. In a remote company you don't get this for free, you have to intentionally work for it.
Efficiency is the tendency to optimize your time:output. It is linked with workflow-obsession and maximal utilization of tools.
Feedback is the tendency to seek external validation. That means measuring over assuming. This is linked with reduced cycle times and iterative approaches.