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Software Engineering Manager - Ruby - £115k, London

United Kingdom, England, London, TW4
Published 2021-12-01
Expires 2022-01-01
ID #768614846
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Software Engineering Manager - Ruby - £115k, London
United Kingdom, England, London,
Published December 1, 2021

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Software engineering manager - ruby - £115k


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Engineering Manager | Remote-option | £115k Interview process (3 STAGES): Introduction call | short(genuinely) take-home task to grasp your understanding of Ruby and/ or React | Meet the wider team! You will be working alongside the Head of Engineering to generate the engineering strategy, ensure team quality is maintained, develop progression frameworks for team, alongside other Managerial responsibilities as part of a leading company providing a marketplace for animal lovers to engage with ‍‍ The size of your team: you can expect to be the point of contact for 3 – 6 reports and should feel fulfilled by coaching & facilitating improvement. Your direct reports will be coding using ⚡️Ruby on Rails and React ⚡️. Ideally you will have been exposed to both at some point, but if not, just Ruby is absolutely fine and will not impact your application. What they can do for you: whether you already have experience as an Engineering Manager or are looking to step in to such a position, the company are dedicated to moulding the role to your preferences and experience. You will be joining the leading company in this space and managing a team using the most up to date versions of Rails & React. You won’t be running in to problems you dealt with years ago and can be assured you’ll be proud of the technical output that the individual contributors bring. Benefits: • A salary in alignment with the market and a reflection of your experience (up to £115k) • 33 holiday days, which grows with tenure • Profit sharing • £500 learning & development budget per year • Remote-first or a fantastic modern office in central London • Discounts across products and with partner companies • Share options should you wish to be part of the company’s success Submit your most up-to-date CV (no worries if it's not completely pristine) or pop me an email on [email protected] and I'll be in touch! Prefer to chat on the phone? I can always be reached on 0117 312 6770, please call at your convenience. Ruby on Rails | React | Manager | Strategy | Leadership

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