Remote, but you must be in the following location
UtilityAPI is a mission-driven software company fighting climate change by providing data access for the clean energy transition. Our customers love our reliable service.
We are committed to advancing equity in the clean energy sector, and building a team that looks like America. Our CEO founded the Empowering Diverse Climate Talent (EDICT) program, and our leadership team has more women than men. Our hiring process is designed to value non-traditional work histories and expertise.
We encourage applications from groups and communities that have been traditionally underrepresented and underestimated in the energy and technology sectors. We recognize that those candidates are less likely to apply for jobs when they don’t meet all the requirements. While the data suggests that candidates rarely fulfill 100% of a job description's requirements, we know you have value to offer and we are excited to read your application!
This is a pivotal time of growth for the company and we are hiring with extreme care and in lock step with our business trajectory. As a diverse leadership team that prioritizes and resources equity and inclusion, we work together to be a place where people from all backgrounds and experiences want to work, and equally important - a place where people want to stay.
We are excited to add an engineering manager to our technical team of 18. This new role will be responsible for a team of four who are dedicated to systems monitoring and resolving customer support requests, internally known as the Firefighting Team. Reporting to our Head of Firefighters, this manager will lead the team that maintains our data curation and parsing ecosystem, and will be responsible for establishing a technical roadmap that improves the stability and reliability of that ecosystem. This person will also partner cross functionally with other managers to prioritize and communicate workstreams to their team.
This is a great opportunity for someone with tech lead/mentoring experience who is excited about their first formal engineering management role. We have created a culture of open communication and psychological safety, and are committed to maintaining our positive/productive working environment as we grow. Asking questions, engaging in challenging technical discussions, perpetuating feedback loops are all pillars of how our team communicates and the technical leadership team is collectively responsible for protecting this aspect of our culture.
What You’ll Do:
Act as a technical mentor to the engineers on your team; guide the team on architectural decisions as well as ensure technical quality
Prioritize work for your team; work closely with stakeholders to develop longer-term team roadmap and strategy
Translate customer needs and advocate internally for design and technical solutions that help our customers best leverage our platform; support engineers in seeing through the lens of our users
Own the professional development process for the team; create stretch opportunities, guide individual contributors along their career paths, and ensure that direct reports receive consistent and supportive performance feedback
Partner closely with engineering leadership to effectively hire, onboard, retain, and develop the team
What We’re Looking For:
Versatile critical thinking, problem solving, listening skills; demonstrated successful communication experience, both verbal and written across distributed teams
3+ years experience with Python 3 and Django
Moderate DevOps experience (setting up automated tests, deploying code to servers, etc.)
Experience mentoring junior engineers from onboarding to long term career progression
Experience leading a team of engineers as an engineering manager, tech lead, or lead engineer
Reside in the United States, be a U.S. citizen, permanent resident, or have a non-expiring visa that doesn't require sponsorship
Nice To Have, Though Not Required:
Experience writing and maintaining web scrapers (particularly with Selenium)
Experience cleaning up messy data to fit a uniform structure
Knowledge of the utility sector
Knowledge of the cleantech sector
UtilityAPI is a fully remote company. We work from anywhere within the United States and typically during the hours of 9:00-5:00 no matter the timezone. This is also flexible, as we trust our teammates to self-define their schedules in order to get the job done in a way that works best for them.
Base salary $130,000-$145,000, depending on experience
Excellent medical, dental, and vision insurance
401k with employer matching
Home office setup stipend
You must live in the United States and be a U.S. citizen, permanent resident, or the holder of a non-expiring visa that doesn't require sponsorship.