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Corporate Engineering Lead
Mountain View, California
Chronicle

Born from X, Alphabet's moonshot factory, Chronicle is advancing cybersecurity for enterprises of all sizes. We are dedicated to helping companies find and stop cyber attacks before they cause harm. We work with the entire security industry to give good the advantage in the fight against cybercrime. Joining experts in large-scale cloud computing, big data, machine learning, and cybersecurity, you'll help build out the next generation of security intelligence solutions. 

 

About the Role:

Engineering at Chronicle is tackling some of the biggest problems in enterprise cybersecurity, and now we must apply technical talent of that same caliber toward our own company's needs.

As the Corporate Engineering Lead, you will direct and manage the technical team that is responsible for the company's heartbeat. Example projects include building and updating the canonical data warehouse for sales, finance, and marketing; implementation and rollout of new systems for sales support; tooling to drive financial reporting and projections; integration with 3rd-party systems for billing, HR, marketing, and other purposes.

Your key stakeholders will be the executive leaders of every corporate function within Chronicle, and you will be uniquely exposed to (and play a critical role in) the breadth and depth of all that is happening in this dynamic, growing company. You will report directly to the CTO.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Create and maintain a comprehensive execution plan for Chronicle corporate engineering
  • Engage with executive stakeholders from all functions to ensure alignment and impact
  • Manage a team of talented engineers; folks on this team are both passionate craftspeople and also business-savvy pragmatists
  • Attract and retain engineers for the function; build a world-class organization that can support Chronicle through years of rapid growth

Minimum Qualifications:

  • 3 years of management experience
  • Experience building high-functioning, nimble, and trusted technical teams
  • Experience building and integrating business-critical systems
  • BS in Computer Science or a related field, or equivalent practical experience

Preferred Qualifications:

  • 10 years of software industry experience overall
  • 5 years of management experience
  • Experience working with non-technical executive stakeholders
  • Experience designing and managing budgets for a division, function, etc.
  • Significant experience selecting and integrating with 3rd party software platforms

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