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Head of Developer User Experience
Updated on 3/20/2023
Experience Level
Desired Skills
  • Training new engineers
  • Improving testing and tooling for our codebases
  • Rounding out sharp edges that degrade developers' quality of life
  • Builds our Design System, creating a palette of reusable components in conjunction with design
  • Works to stabilize frontend builds
  • Manage the managers of our frontend and backend developer user experience teams, providing guidance on roadmap planning and people management
  • Build a deep understanding of the work performed by those teams, down to the level of discussing what topics should be part of our curriculum, or advising on prioritization between disparate frontend tasks
  • Build a strategy for developing our new engineer training programs into an ongoing education program that spans the lifetime of engineers at the company
  • Communicate with the rest of our engineering team, in order to better prioritize work for your teams, and communicate the benefits your teams provide
  • Enable collaboration between our frontend and backend developer user experience teams, to support the product engineers' whose work spans our stack

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.