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Engineering Manager, Android

$150k – $200k • No equity
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Tinder brings people together. With tens of millions of users, hundreds of millions of downloads, 2 billion swipes per day, 20 million matches per day and a presence in every country on earth, our reach is expansive—and rapidly growing. We are looking for an Engineering Manager, that will lead our Identity Mobile & Backend team.

About the Team:
Tinder Identity team mainly focuses on authentication and account management (including external accounts), specifically:

Architect the upstream app funnel including authentication, registration, onboarding
Build features around user core services on top of Tinder user data, external vendor data, and media contents
Build services for privacy/legal compliance
Strategically support new user acquisition via globalization/localization

What You’ll Do
Lead teams of Android, iOS and backend engineers to build consumer-facing features that reach millions of users globally (with more emphasis on the Android side)
Lead development of new features to improve user retention and engagement
Define and own the objectives and key metrics for your team, and devise a development strategy and roadmap
Lead and mentor team members to reach their full potential
Recruit and build a world-class engineering team


We're looking for:
5+ years of Android engineering experience
1+ years of technical leadership experience
Someone who has led a team to ship an Android app at scale
A strong software architect and well versed in design patterns. (e.g. you've worked with Clean or MVVM, modularized architectures and know the benefits of each. You've written your own Repositories and Factories.)
Demonstrate ability to identify common problem solving patterns that can be applied across feature areas and technology stacks and can make incremental improvements on engineering processes
Wisdom to know when and how to make technical trade-offs
Someone who is not afraid to make critical decisions and has a bias towards action
Ability to inspire and motivate the team to go above and beyond
Set an example of engineering excellence across teams through documentation