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Software Engineering Manager - Remote - £80k To £120k, Swindon, Tryhackme

Published 2022-08-05
Expires 2022-09-05
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Software Engineering Manager - Remote - £80k To £120k, Swindon, Tryhackme
United Kingdom, Wiltshire, Swindon,
Published August 5, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Software engineering manager - remote - £80k to £120k
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Great benefits & Culture: Salary between £80,000 to £120,000 ($145,000), Fully remote, 10% Time, Company Retreat & more!TryHackMe is an online cyber security training platform. Having been around for three years, we've grown to over 1 million registered users, and our growth isn't slowing down! Our mission is to create a world-class cyber security training platform, for complete beginners and experts to break into and upskill in the cyber industry.We’re looking for an individual to lead the software engineering team that maintains TryHackMe’s technical stack (everything from the main product to the infrastructure). You’ll be leading a team of passionate engineers and will be instrumental in shaping the direction of the engineering team and the success of TryHackMe.ResponsibilitiesLead a team of high performing software engineersActively foster a high bar for engineering excellence within the team.Accountable for the delivery of reliable, scalable, secure code within the production environment that adheres to our coding standards and quality expectationsDefine engineering, technical and team strategy, including onboarding of new hires, defining objectives, training programs, personal development matrix, and identification of skills gapsSupport, coach, and develop engineers in their careers through regular 1:1s and continuous feedback.Lead on communication with stakeholders from other teams, creating focus space for engineers to do their best work.RequirementsRich experience in driving, executing and delivering high quality technical solutionsPrevious experience as a senior software engineering/tech leadComfort operating with ambiguous problem areas with a high degree of autonomyCommunicate clearly and effectively, both in writing and verbally.Understand what qualities make a high-performing team of engineers and has the ability to impact the team towards themPassionate about mentoring and coaching other engineers to help advance their goals and careersIndustry experience in Node.JS and ReactJSBonus PointsBe curious about all things securityEffectively hired and structured an engineering team.BenefitsCompetitive Salary - £80,000 to £120,000 (experience dependent)401k / Pension and Health Insurance10% Project - Devote 10% of your time developing anything you want, providing it benefits TryHackMe in some way.Dedicated work laptopFlexi time - Choose your own hours as long as you have at least 4 hours of overlap with London (from 8am - 6pm)Fully remote - Work from anywhere you wantFlexible career and learning development - We want support your quest to learn anything you’re passionate about.Full access to all of TryHackMe’s features; learn how to hack

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