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- Frontend Engineering Manager
- Leading a team in the frontend department
- Coordination of the implementation of significant frontend features
- Works with other teams to identify priorities for releases
- Assigns frontend engineers direction issues
- Identifies hiring needs for frontend department
- Interviews candidates for Frontend engineers positions
- Continues to spend part of their time coding
- Ensures that the technical decisions and process set by the CTO are followed
- Does 1:1's with all reports every week
- Mentors and helps engineers to actively develop their skills
- Unblocks and coordinates development efforts
- Ensures quality implementation of design materials
- Review of merge requests made by Frontend engineers
- Delivers input on promotions, function changes, demotions and firings in consultation with the CEO, CTO, and VP of Engineering
- Defines best practices and coding standards for frontend group
- Helps to scale the team, tooling and our workflows
Requirements for Candidates
- At least 1 year of experience leading, mentoring, and training teams of frontend engineers
- Self-motivated and strong organizational skills
- Strong understanding of CSS
- Passionate about testing and design principles
- Basic knowledge of Vue.js is a plus but not a requirement
- Collaborate effectively with UX Designers, Developers, and Designers
- Be able to work with the rest of the community
- Knowledge of Ruby on Rails is a plus
- You share our values, and work in accordance with those values.
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Avoid the confidence gap; you do not have to match all the listed requirements exactly to apply. Our hiring process is described in more detail in our hiring handbook.
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