We are looking for a great Windows Technical Lead with leadership experience who is ready to hone their skills and apply them to new challenges. The salary for this position is €70,000 annually. You can work from anywhere in the world.
As Technical Lead you will be part of Toggl Track's leadership team and you will lead a small team of 3+ .NET engineers. Taking ownership of our Windows app, you'll be working closely with product managers and UX designers to deliver real value to our customers with new and improved features.
We are looking for someone who can communicate with stakeholders, keep our company goals in mind, and understand how to contribute to them with their own team, while having an eye for detail and leading a team of ambitious engineers through projects from start to finish.
Toggl Track is growing as a company and as a product. This position is an opportunity to lead and make an impact with your team as you contribute to our success.
You will have great product managers, designers, and other specialists working with you on a daily basis to help you prioritise and make decisions based on data and user research. They will rely on you to be their technical contact point and to be on top of your team's work, schedule, and understanding of technical possibilities.
You will be responsible for the well-being and productivity of your team. You will plan your team's work, keep track of progress, and report back to the heads of the product and engineering departments proactively.
We are a global team of 100+ awesome people working from over 40 countries around the globe. We hire globally, you work locally—in the heart of London, a beach outside of São Paulo, or a quiet village near Florence, the choice is yours. Every few months we travel to meet up somewhere in the world and spend some quality time together. We place a huge amount of trust in our people, and we measure the outcomes rather than the work itself. Our values fuel our results.
The technologies your team will be working with are:
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