Engineering Manager, Creator Experience

Engineering Manager, Creator Experience

What's next in music happens on SoundCloud first. As the world’s largest open audio platform, SoundCloud is powered by a connected community of creators, listeners, and curators who share, discover and influence what’s new, now and next in music and audio.

Creators (and their user-generated content) is one of the most important aspects that sets SoundCloud apart from our competitors. SoundCloud is the platform for emerging, up-and-coming, and established creators alike. Teams in the Creator Experience are responsible for features and services that allow creators to make amazing audio content, engage with and grow their audience, and get paid for their art.

As an Engineering Manager of a team in the Creator Experience, you will be responsible for hiring, managing and developing a group of talented software engineers working with cutting-edge technologies such as microservices, Scala, Swift, TypeScript, data processing pipelines such as Hadoop, Spark, SQL, and the Google Cloud Platform. Experience is less important than interest and eagerness to learn.

You will help the team to understand business objectives, establish an agile workflow, and uphold our best in class technical direction. You will work closely with product and design teams to deliver an amazing product. You will communicate proactively with other teams across the company to collaborate on cross-cutting topics. You embrace hard decisions, applying pragmatism when necessary.

We are passionate about making SoundCloud a platform which is indispensable to creators. If you would like to share this passion with us, we’d love to hear from you.

Diversity at SoundCloud:

“SoundCloud is for everyone. Diversity and open expression are fundamental to our organization; they help us build a social platform and global community where anyone can create, discover, and share sounds. We acknowledge the challenges in our industry, and strive to develop an inclusive culture where everyone can contribute”.

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