Engineering Manager Immersion Program (eMIP)

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Engineering Manager Immersion Program (eMIP)

Igniting diverse technical leadership at Target

As an Engineering Manager in our eMIP, you will be in Target's exclusive 12-month on-the-job training program focused on the leadership of engineering teams.

You will receive a mentor, an individualized curation of training, and an advisory board to help connect you at Target during and after the program. Up to 50% of your week will be devoted to hands-on learning and development, while working in a Lead Engineer role. After the 12-month program, the goal is for you to be ready to be considered for a Sr. Engineering Manager role within one of Target's Technology teams.

This program is aligned with Target's commitment to diversity and to building diverse teams. To help accomplish those goals, the on-the-job training program will focus on groups that are under-represented in the engineering industry. We are looking for driven, motivated, women engineering professionals for our first Cohort, starting in the fall of 2017.

Please reach out directly to Ashley Monseth at: [email protected] for application instructions if the below sounds like you!

  • Experience with software development or infrastructure cloud engineering within modern technology stack. Experience with at least one full cycle implementation from requirement to production.
  • Experience taking the lead in a development/engineering team. Desire to move into a formal engineering management role, while remaining hands on and close to technology.
  • Agile Mindset (ability to adapt/change direction vs. 2yr plan) and understanding of concepts

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