Engineering Manager - Enterprise

Slack is looking for an Engineering Manager to join the leadership team of Enterprise engineering. This team is responsible for developing new features including administrative tools to manage large organizations at scale, building infrastructure and maintaining core components of our Enterprise offering, Grid.

 

Our work is integral to making Slack the default communication tool for customers of all sizes, including our most demanding of customers in regards to company scale or sensitive regulatory or compliance needs. Working directly with our partners this team will define how a modern multi-tenant SAAS application can also offer industry leading enterprise features.

 

You will:

  • Lead and coach a team of senior engineers tasked with delivering secure, flexible and scalable features to our Enterprise customers
  • Craft a meaningful vision for the team, working in concert with product managers, user research and customers.
  • Represent the team to engineering groups internally, Slack’s current and future customers, and our partner organizations.
  • Build a diverse team while fostering a collaborative and inclusive environment.

About you:

  • You have 4+ years of experience in an engineering management role.
  • You are a coach and talent magnet. You have experience leading inclusive teams and empowering people to do the best work of their careers.
  • You craft a compelling long term vision and set goals to meet it.
  • You are a compelling and clear communicator, able to represent your team to internal and external audiences with differing levels of technical fluency.

 

 


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