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Engineering Manager, Pharma

Engineering Manager, Pharma

As an Engineering Manager on our Pharma Business Unit, you’ll make significant contributions to the success of our business. Your primary responsibility is to become strong with managerial skills and significant technical knowledge to lead your team. You will work closely with our Pharma Product and Account Management teams and you’ll have the opportunity to build and maintain relationships with our Pharma clients. Our Engineering Managers enjoy endless opportunities to take on responsibility, mentor and continue learning.

What You’ll Do:

  • Lead a self-organizing team, clarifying responsibilities based on team priorities and flexing your leadership style to adapt to a variety of skill sets
  • Build strong relationships with your team members, understanding their motivations, encouraging continuous learning and creating development plans to help them succeed
  • Facilitate necessary cross-unit communication, getting the right people together at the right times to make decisions that keep your team productive
  • Make sure to always be a great teammate to your peers across the company, balancing the needs of your unit with those of other teams
  • Work with recruiting team to engage candidates and play an active role in the interviewing process and hiring decisions
  • Handle performance conversations and reviews for your team, and manage salary and other expenses
  • Work with training team to ensure successful onboarding and training of new hires
  • Work with our Product team to establish priorities and decide on a direction and roadmap for your team

About You:

  • 5+ years of experience of being a contributing leader/manager on technical teams
  • 3+ years of experience working in agile processes
  • 7+ years of hands-on technical experience
  • A natural collaborator who seeks out new perspectives and builds trusting relationships with both technical and non-technical partners at all levels, and moves people to action
  • Proven experience identifying and prioritizing the most important things amongst a myriad of important things; including what will be delayed or discarded to focus on what’s important now
  • Thrive in the inherent energy, ambiguity and risk that comes with creating new things

About Us:

CoverMyMeds is one of the fastest growing healthcare technology companies in the US and consistently honored as one of the best places to work in the country. Our mission: Help patients get the medications they need to live healthy lives. Our solutions seamlessly connect the health care network to improve medication access, increasing speed to therapy and reducing prescription abandonment for patients like you and me.

We know our culture is special because our employees tell us that time and time again. We're all driven by our mission and passionate about making CoverMyMeds the best place to work and grow, whatever that means to you. We want you to come here to be yourself, embrace challenges and achieve meaningful results. (The on-site lunch, paid benefits and flexibility are icing on the cake!)

Want to learn more?  We’re flattered.  Check out: https://www.covermymeds.com/main/careers/.

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