For six years Mashery has had a front row seat to the exploding Web API movement. With over 150 brands, hundreds of APIs, 160,000+ developers, and over 50,000 active applications running on Mashery-powered APIs, we are the market leader in providing API management technology and services. Our diverse client portfolio includes companies such as Best Buy, New York Times, Netflix, Expedia, TED, and YellowPages. We have real customers, real revenue, and a very real product, all developed by a talented and passionate team at one of the ‘Best Places to Work in the Bay Area.’
Our product is used by developers around the world, a product that was called 'emblematic of the direction the best of the web is going' by Techcrunch, and 'an idea whose time has come' by ZDNet. We have a ton of new features on our road map that need to be implemented as soon as possible and need a strong partner to drive the development.
We're looking for a hands-on engineering director to drive ongoing development and advancement of the Mashery products and services. You will be responsible for leading a team of backend engineers in design, development, test, and deployment. In collaboration with our Chief Architect and VP Product, you will help grow and lead the small engineering team (including contractors as appropriate) ensuring the team delivers against aggressive schedules and timelines. This person should enjoy working in a fast paced environment and have demonstrated leadership ability - people want to work for you and they perform at a high level when doing so.
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