Capsule is rebuilding the $425 billion pharmacy industry from the inside out with an emotionally resonant brand & technology that enables customized outcomes for doctors, hospitals, insurers, & manufacturers. Our team makes the same promise to each other as the one weve made to our customers, doctors, & partners: everybody needs some looking after sometimes. Well never lose sight of the fact that behind all the craziness of the healthcare system, were just people looking after other people. Capsule has raised $70 million from Thrive Capital, Glade Brook Capital, & The Virgin Group.
About the Role
We are seeking an Engineering Manager to join our NYC engineering team. We expect that you will be both mentor & team leader for your engineers. This means that you will help with technical decisions, coach the careers of the engineers reporting to you, & partner with product managers & designers - & you will definitely be writing code. On a typical day, you can expect to to coach engineers to level up their technical & soft skills, to plan & scope future projects, & to help fix a small bug or guide a new feature development.
- Lead a team of engineers to develop, test, & implement new product features
- Set clear expectations & goals & deliver results
- Anticipate & address issues around team communication, performance, interpersonal dynamics & ownership swiftly & directly
- Provide the appropriate guidance to help engineers turn rough specs into feature
- Recruit outstanding technical talent in a highly competitive market
- Serve as a mentor & guide your teams career development with routine feedback
- Be an advocate for your teams needs.
- Ensure your team is collaborating, communicating, & shipping at a high level.
- 5+ years of industry experience building fast, reliable, real-time web-based applications
- 2+ years managing high-performing engineering teams that exemplify a culture of excellence
- Strong technical track record
- Ability to thrive in a dynamic, fast-paced, collaborative, & high-growth environment
- Understand the trade-offs in employing different engineering solutions to a problem, valuing pragmatism over idealism