VP Engineering

We’re a team passionate about providing access to creative tools for artists, animators, and storytellers around the world, and you'll be leading the engineering team that helps to turn this vision into a reality.

As the VP Engineering at Fable you will lead and manage our small yet mighty team of remote engineers to achieve something pretty incredible when it comes to web technologies. We're really pushing the bar on everything that makes up our product; from functionality and user experience to performance and stability, and you'll work with the team to make it happen. You're excited to join an early-stage team and help us scale and grow to unimaginable ways in the creative ecosystem. You take pride in leading teams to meet their potential, and delivering impactful product strategies.

Fable is a remote team with a HQ in NYC, and we are proud to foster an inclusive and diverse workplace. If you’re curious to learn more please send us a note, we'd love to chat :)

What You'll Do

    • Work directly with leadership to set product and technical strategy.
    • Mentor a team of engineers and be a advocate for their growth and success.
    • Lead the strategy that evolves our stable and performant infrastructure into the future.
    • Be as hands-on as needed with the team to help deliver impactful product improvements.
    • Manage scope and priorities alongside leadership and adjacent teams.
    • Evolve and shape processes that maximize team efficiency.
    • Build and grow the engineering team and culture as we scale.

About You

    • Your portfolio is extensive and showcases a history of technical leadership on high impact teams and products.
    • Your technical fundamentals are still top notch and you are comfortable getting hands-on with your team.
    • You've led, managed, and grown engineering teams in small and large consumer-product environments.
    • You're passionate about the industry we're innovating in and can help the team push its boundaries.
    • You know when to push the team and when to push the scope.
    • You're no stranger to product development processes and can share stories of success and failure.