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BlueLabsRemote or Washington, District of Columbia, United States

BlueLabs is hiring a Remote Engineering Manager

About BlueLabs

BlueLabs is a leading provider of analytics services and technology dedicated to helping our partners do the most good with their data. Our team of analysts, scientists, engineers, and strategists hail from diverse backgrounds yet share a passion for using data to solve the world’s greatest social and analytical challenges. Since our inception we’ve worked with more than 400 organizations ranging from government agencies, advocacy groups, unions, political campaigns, and international groups. In addition, we service an ever-expanding portfolio of commercial clients in the automotive, travel, CPG, entertainment, healthcare, media, and telecom industries. Along the way, we’ve developed some of the most innovative tools available in analytics, media optimization, reporting, and influencer outreach.


About the team:

The Engineering team at BlueLabs supports application access, asset management, and broader operational logistics. We work with a number of internal stakeholders including the Data Science, Insights, Civic Technology, and Ripple teams. Our work supports the underlying infrastructure and data pipelines which allow the rest of the teams to conduct innovative analyses, propose innovative improvements in government operations, and hone messaging for important campaigns. We work in changing, ambiguous environments, so we embrace nuance, inclusivity, and complexity to deliver programs that work for the diverse groups of individuals who rely on us. You’ll be working with a team of professionals with various work backgrounds and experiences who seek to make Blue Labs a more efficient, compliant, and positive place to work.

As a member of the team, you might answer questions like

  • What is a current need at BlueLabs, and how can we build a process that addresses it?
  • How can we make existing systems more efficient and values-driven?
  • How can I create a plan that sets BlueLabs, its staff, and its clients up for success?
  • How can I best position my team to plan for the challenges of tomorrow and their professional development and growth?
  • How can I proactively identify roadblocks and break them down for my team before they get hit?  

About the position:

The Engineering Manager will help support, lead, and develop the software engineering and technology that powers all of our programs across all of BlueLabs. Your team will work to ensure all data,  applications, and resources are available and accessible. Working collaboratively with team members, you will also strategize, develop, and implement efficient and secure structures which support our client work. 

In this position you will:

  • Manage a 5-person Engineering team with a wide variety of skill sets and responsibilities
  • Conduct regular code reviews in a variety of languages, including python, c# and typescript. 
  • Regularly contribute, in a hands-on manner, writing code and reviewing code written by members of the Engineering team
  • Manage and drive procurement for third-party products that the Engineering team depends on
  • Lead and monitor the successful development and delivery of team projects and operations 
  • Continuously develop cross-functional relationships with product, engineering, and key stakeholders across teams and domains
  • Mentor and manage engineers from entry-level to senior, and coach and guide direct reports through their career development
  • Articulate desired outcomes and empower engineers to develop simple solutions to sophisticated problems
  • Build relationships with internal stakeholders such as Data Scientists, Product Managers, Software Engineers, and business leaders to understand data needs and deliver on those needs
  • Partner with the VP of Engineering to help determine Engineering team strategy and tackle team-specific or process inefficiencies
  • Communicate technical decisions to the right people, resolve blocking issues, and collaborate with other leaders across the organization
  • Evaluate and implement new and emerging technology solutions and methodologies to improve and accelerate the Engineering ecosystem 

Who You Are:

  • 5+ years experience in software development; proven success contributing to code bases, including Python, C#, Typescript, or similar interpreted programming language
  • A minimum of 2+ years experience leading a team of Engineers with a proven ability to coach, mentor, and develop a growing team; proven track record of steering regular one-on-one meetings with direct reports and tailoring their rhythm and content to the needs of the individual
  • Deep technical knowledge and experience working in a data-focused organization or a passion for data and analytics
  • Experience in AWS or other cloud provider infrastructure including account management, user management, role-based permissions, and infrastructure as code
  • A bias for action and a passion for solving problems, often in a changing environment, and the flexibility to adopt new technologies when the time is right
  • Familiarity with data-focused tooling at any part of the stack, including Airflow, cloud data warehouses, analytical/BI tooling, and data science tooling 
  • Demonstrated proficiency with software engineering methodologies and a disciplined approach to testing and driving reductions in technical debt while ensuring that documentation is prioritized
  • Ability to strike a balance between providing tactical, hands-on support with analyzing processes and systems for future optimization
  • Experience running Agile or similar project management ceremonies, including efficient daily standups, iteration planning meetings, and retrospectives; ability to convert long-term projects into manageable tickets for engineers with the help of senior staff
  • Familiarity with web development at whichever part of the stack and the tools used to serve web applications, including Docker containerization, Kubernetes, and Helm
  • A collaborative, curious, and inclusive approach to work and a deep respect for  colleagues
  • Experience with Git and version control, specifically in GitHub
  • Demonstrated understanding of CI/CD pipelines, why they’re important, and tools like CircleCI, GitHub Actions, or Jenkins

Our Process

During the interview process, you will be asked questions to describe your background and experience relevant to the position. This may include providing examples of projects you worked on, tools or applications you've used, and knowledge you have applied.  We often look for explanations of "how or why" so it's helpful to have details ready. 

What we offer:

The salary range for this position is $130,000-$150,000.

BlueLabs offers a friendly work environment and competitive benefits package including

  • Premier health insurance plan
  • 401K matching
  • Unlimited vacation
  • Paid sick, personal, and volunteer leave
  • 15 weeks paid parental leave
  • Professional development & learning stipend
  • Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) stipend
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Flexible working hours
  • Telecommuting/Remote options
  • Pre-tax transportation options 
  • And more! 

While we prefer this position to be in the Washington, DC area, we are open to considering candidates from within the U.S. 

To protect the health and safety of our workforce, as a company policy, BlueLabs strongly encourages all employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 prior to beginning employment. BlueLabs adheres to all federal, state and local COVID-19 vaccination regulations. Except where prohibited by law, applicants who receive a conditional offer of employment will be required to produce proof of vaccination status prior to their first day of employment; if not the offer may be rescinded or employment terminated. BlueLabs will evaluate requests for reasonable accommodations for applicants unable to be vaccinated due to a religious belief, disability or pregnancy on an individualized basis in accordance with applicable laws.

At BlueLabs, we celebrate, support and thrive on differences. Not only do they benefit our services, products, and community, but most importantly, they are to the benefit of our team. Qualified people of all races, ethnicities, ages, sex, genders, sexual orientations, national origins, gender identities, marital status, religions, veterans statuses, disabilities and any other protected classes are strongly encouraged to apply. As an equal opportunity workplace and an affirmative action employer, BlueLabs is committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. BlueLabs endeavors to make reasonable accommodations to the known physical or mental limitations of qualified applicants with a disability unless the accommodation would impose an undue hardship on the operation of our business. If an applicant believes they require such assistance to complete the application or to participate in an interview, or has any questions or concerns, they should contact the Director, People Operations.  BlueLabs participates in E-verify.

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Engineering Manager

SuperconductiveRemote job, Remote

Superconductive is hiring a Remote Engineering Manager

Great Expectations’ mission is to revolutionize the speed and integrity of data collaboration. Our software platform, Great Expectations is the leading open source tool for data testing, documentation, and profiling. Data teams all over the world use Great Expectations to instrument and understand their data and machine learning pipelines.

We are looking for a seasoned Engineering Manager to help us grow our team and capacity while we simultaneously advance the core Great Expectations open-source product and begin building a SaaS offering.

Please note: Great Expectations is also known as Superconductive, and you may see references to the Superconductive name during the application process and on our website.

We are looking for someone who will:

  • Partner with our product management team to lead the design of the Great Expectations core and SaaS feature roadmaps, and identify suitable team structures for future projects. Drive technical strategy through a prioritized technical roadmap built together with technical and product stakeholders.
  • Lead several engineering “pods” and manage the day-to-day work of the pods through regular syncs and design reviews.
  • Manage several engineers on the team, provide mentorship and career development, and own the hiring process to grow the team.

As part of Great Expectations, our Engineering Manager will also have opportunities to support the community and evangelize Great Expectations through conference talks, workshops, and blog posts.

Why join Great Expectations?   

Glad you asked! We offer…

  • A world class team, with deep roots in open source, cutting-edge software and data development backed by some of the best open source and data infrastructure investors in the industry: Index, CRV, and Root Ventures. We are actively cultivating a new cultural blend of excellent data engineering and AI-enabled technical workflows.
  • A fast-growing company with lots of opportunity for learning and personal growth.
  • A front-row seat to the rapid evolution of data science and engineering. Data work is going through a renaissance, and—as the leading provider of a key piece in the new technology ecosystem—Superconductive is right in the middle of it.
  • A kind, curious, and open-minded company culture. We are always seeking ways to improve ourselves and our processes; we keep these conversations open to the whole team. We prioritize empowering our team members rather than a command and control hierarchy.
  • A distributed team with lots of flexibility around timing and individual work preferences. We currently have teammates in California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas, Utah, Vermont and Virginia. We’d love to add your state.
  • And of course, competitive compensation (base salary + equity package) with available Medical, Dental, Vision & 401K.

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Software Engineering Manager

Atomia ABRemote, , Serbia

Atomia AB is hiring a Remote Software Engineering Manager

As a Software Engineering Manager, you will be involved in shaping the hosting and IT industry together with us. With your passion for development and architecture, you will be responsible for exciting projects. You will form your own project team(s) and will be involved in recruiting future colleagues, depending on the needs. 

Ideally, you should have a technical background and 5 or more years of leading projects in an international environment for enterprise clients.

Who are we?

Atomia develops, markets, and sells its own solutions to hosting companies and telcos all across the world, along with offering professional and development services to clients in various sectors. We are over 10 years old, but still keep our startup mindset, to combine the best of both worlds – stability of an established company with freshness and agility of a newly started venture.

The company is based in Västerås, Sweden, with a second office in Niš, Serbia. Some of our clients are leading companies such as Telia, Swisscom and Combell Group.

We are around 40 driven, talented individuals, the majority being experienced DevOps and developers working actively on the Atomia platform or supporting our clients and partners on their exciting projects.

Our team consists of creative, open, and easy-going people that will support your upward career path. You will learn a lot and have an impact from day one, thus working at Atomia will be fun. To maintain this spirit we need very capable people on board.

Why should you join us?

You are given an opportunity to make a difference from day one, work on meaningful projects and grow in a collaborative environment with support and mentorship. There is also a number of company-provided perks. Some of them are:

  • Flexible working hours 
  • Cutting edge equipment and latest technology/tools
  • Work remotely, hybrid, or from one of our offices
  • 25 vacation days - with an additional 1 day for every 2 years in the company
  • Non-working days for public and religious holidays
  • Private health insurance
  • Private pension plan
  • Team building and family events at new locations - up to 2 times a year
  • Budget for relaxation and recreation for well-being and healthy lifestyle
  • Budget and support for courses and attending conferences
  • Buffet-style breakfast, fresh fruit, juices, and snacks on a daily basis

* Some perks may vary based on your country of residence, local regulations, and laws - e.g. private pension, private health insurance, or paid time off.

What are we looking for?

The position requires you to work independently with a minimum of supervision in a fast-paced environment, while effectively managing and prioritizing multiple tasks. You can work remotely anywhere in Europe, or from our offices.

Don't worry if you don't tick all the boxes, we are flexible with requirements and appreciate self-drive and quick learning. Guidance for the initial period will always be available.


  • Strong technical background
  • Easily understand customers' challenges 
  • Easily create product specifications
  • Used to both developing and coaching your team
  • Have seen projects through the full life cycle

Considered a plus:

  • You have been a hands-on engineer
    • Additional bonus points for experience with C#, .NET or React
  • You have been a software or solution architect
  • Worked in hosting or cloud hosting
  • Experience with Agile methodologies
  • Experience with distributed teams

Personal traits:

  • A technical and organized mind
  • A systematic approach to everyday problem-solving
  • Ability to describe technical information in easy-to-understand terms
  • Great communication skills in English
  • Unpretentious and can make informed decisions that take the project in the right direction

Equal opportunity employer statement

Atomia is an equal opportunity employer. When assessing your application, we do it solely based on merit, competence, performance, and business needs. We do not discriminate on anything that has nothing to do with how well you are able to perform your job. This includes but is not limited to sexual orientation, gender identity, race, color, religion, pregnancy, physical or mental variation, medical condition, marital status, age, national origin, and ancestry.

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Engineering Manager- Fintech

DeepL sucht MitarbeiterRemote job, Remote

DeepL sucht Mitarbeiter is hiring a Remote Engineering Manager- Fintech

is Germany's best-known AI company. We develop neural networks to help people work with language. With DeepL Translator, we have created the world's best machine translation system and made it available to everyone free of charge. Over the next few years, we aim to make DeepL the world's leading language technology company.

Our goal is to overcome language barriers and bring cultures closer together.

What distinguishes us from other companies?

DeepL (formerly Linguee) was founded by developers and researchers. We focus on the development of new, exciting products, which is why we spend a lot of time actively researching the latest trends and technologies. We understand the challenges of developing new products and try to meet them with an agile and dynamic way of working. Our open and positive workplace philosophy enables employees to feel comfortable and thrive in their roles. In our daily work we use modern technologies - not only to translate texts, but also to create the world's best dictionaries, and solve other language-related problems.

When we tell people about DeepL as an employer, reactions are overwhelmingly positive. Maybe it's because they have enjoyed our services, or maybe they just want to get on board with our quest to break down language barriers and facilitate communication.

What will you be doing at DeepL?

As an Engineering Manager for FinTech at DeepL, the core responsibilities of your role will be to manage, coach and develop a team of strong engineers, into a high-performing stage. You will manage the foundation of the engineering work necessary to ensure that our internal business and financial processes as well as those for revenue generation are provided with the right services, tooling and data to bridge internal users’ operation and its impact towards customer-facing product. This role is at the core of the engineering of DeepL’s business model and with the finance, sales and revenue teams as stakeholders, it will need a highly empathetic and strong technical role model with financial services expertise or experience working in highly regulated environments.

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