Engineering Manager
Posted on 3/20/2023
Experience Level
  • Have demonstrated the ability to lead a technical team
  • Have a strong individual engineering skill set. You will go through roughly the same interview process as our individual contributors, with additional interviews for manager skills
  • Be familiar with our tech stack (specifically, Haskell, and TypeScript), or have an interest in learning it
  • Be interested or experienced in helping ecommerce businesses succeed
  • Ensure a team of ~6-8 engineers executes at a high level of technical excellence and stability
  • Create a fulfilling environment for engineers
  • Have the confidence and competence to give feedback to engineers of all skill levels
  • Continue to hone your own engineering craft, by spending a portion of your time coding
  • Align engineering work with Mercury values
  • Onboard new engineering hires
  • Work alongside other product experts to pick the highest impact projects
  • Collaborate with other teams when work overlaps, ideally to achieve a more cohesive product and simpler, more maintainable underlying technical implementation
  • Balance building new things with maintaining existing systems
  • Provide technical mentorship such as PR reviews, pair programming, and virtual whiteboarding
  • Empower your team to thrive and contribute to making Mercury's product reliable, beautiful, and useful

201-500 employees

Banking for startups
Company Overview
Mercury is on a mission to build a banking stack for startups. The company provides banking services and APIs for startups.
  • Health, dental, & vision
  • Custom equipment setup
  • 401(K) matching
  • 12+ weeks paid parental leave
  • Book budget
  • Wellness benefits
  • Grocery budget
  • Paid lunch
  • Personalized callsign
  • Unlimited vacation policy (with mandatory minimum)
Company Core Values
  • Think actively: Question processes. Give thoughtful responses. Find the best way instead of going by how it’s always been done.
  • Appreciate quality: Take pride in crafting a lasting product. Work with the best equipment. Invest in great things that improve your life.
  • Be super helpful: Go above and beyond to solve problems. Exercise empathy. Deliver magic to customers and coworkers.
  • Maximize efficiency: Minimize unnecessary meetings and management. Work together with others to get the job finished.
  • Act with humility: Treat everyone with respect. Leave egos at the door.
  • Focus on product: Ask yourself how the product can be better today than it was yesterday.