San Francisco, CA
Remix is on a mission to improve the way cities are shaped. We’ve partnered with 325+ cities across 14 countries on 4 continents — and are continually seeking to grow our impact around the world.
Urban infrastructure impacts everything from economic mobility to CO2 emissions, and our platform empowers local governments with data and tools to transform their transit and reshape streets to better serve their community; this is particularly meaningful to us since the zip code you're born into is one of the strongest predictors of lifetime upward mobility.
About this role
We’re looking for an Engineering Manager to lead a part of our engineering team. You will own our flagship transit product, partnering across design, product, and engineering teams to drive strategy, organization, and process. We also take user research and feedback very seriously, and you'll get to work closely with our customers as well.
You'll be a good fit if
- You love motivating your team by enabling them and providing context/feedback
- You are an empathetic leader passionate about helping people grow in their careers
- You take pride in building valuable software with a great customer experience
- You understand the role of technology and process in product delivery speed
- You enjoy transforming ambiguity into clarity
- You can help your team continuously improve and thrive in a fast changing environment
- You enjoy building teams and take ownership of hiring
You'll pick us if
- You want to work at mission driven company (improving the environment that people live in)
- You like working with pragmatic people who want to get things done without sacrificing quality
- You value strong collaboration with product and design in building value for customers
Backed by Sequoia Capital, Energy Impact Partners, and YC, Remix is scaling in order to serve the growing transportation technology needs of cities around the world.
We are committed to a workplace that reflects the community we serve. We especially encourage women, people of color, and others who are underrepresented in the tech industry to apply.
Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.