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Sourcegraph

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🇺🇸 United States
💰 $80k - $125k*

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Remote Digital Growth Marketing Manager

Working hours\n\nğŸŒŽ While we are an all-remote company and hire almost anywhere in the world, we have a preference for someone to reside in the following locations for this role. However, if you feel qualified, we welcome you to apply regardless of location. \n\nPlease note: This role will require travel up to 10%.\n\nPreferred location:\n\n\n* Remote - United States or Canada\n\n\n\nWhy this job is exciting\n\nSourcegraph is currently in search of a Digital Marketer who possesses a strong affinity for creating meaningful digital experiences and campaigns that excite and engage our developer audience. This person will play a pivotal role in user acquisition, managing our website, and working with our digital marketing consultants.  You will partner closely with demand generation and our PLG team to hit our user acquisition and retention goals. As an individual contributor, this role offers ample potential to build and lead a team as our Marketing organization continues to evolve and expand.\n\n📅 Within one month, you will…\n\n\n* Improve key website metrics, including conversion rates, time on site, organic web conversions\n\n* Build a reporting framework for sourcegraph.com \n\n* Become familiar with our existing digital marketing campaigns and begin making optimizations and improvements \n\n\n\n\n📅 Within three months, you will…\n\n\n* Have managed a complete website overhaul and hit initial website KPIs\n\n* Have increased acquisition and retention rates through digital ad campaigns, email marketing, and third party digital programs.\n\n\n\n\n📅 Within six months, you will…\n\n\n* Have optimized a world-class developer-centric website\n\n* Optimized the digital marketing budget for 1) acquiring users and 2) generating leads who turn into pipeline for our sellers\n\n\n\n\n📅 Within one year, you will…\n\n\n* Have developed a best-in-class digital marketing program measured on signups, PQLs, and contribution to marketing pipeline.\n\n\n\nAbout you \n\n\n* Technology B2B Marketing (developer marketing is a plus), typically obtained in 7+ years, with at least 4 years of experience owning the execution and strategy behind digital marketing and digital presence. \n\n* MAP, email marketing,  and Salesforce experience required (HubSpot knowledge is a plus)\n\n* Experience owning a corporate website and managing as a product owner within a PLG business.\n\n* Must possess excellent communication and organizational skills\n\n* Innovative thinker, creative problem solver and effective at managing multiple ongoing marketing programs in a fast-paced, fluid environment\n\n* Capable of breaking down silos and engaging cross-functional teams, including working with product, growth, sales, and design teams.\n\n* Experience owning a sizeable digital marketing budget, supporting a PLG motion, and managing a website is required. \n\n\n\nLevel\n\n📊 This job is an IC3 - IC4.  You can read more about our job leveling philosophy in our Handbook.\nCompensation\n\n💸 We pay you an above-average salary because we want to hire the best people who are fully focused on helping Sourcegraph succeed, not worried about paying bills. As an open and transparent company that values competitive compensation, our compensation ranges are visible to every single Sourcegraph teammate. To determine your salary, we use a number of market and data-driven salary sources, along with your location zone, and target the high-end of the range to ensure we’re always paying above market regardless of where you live in the world.  \n\n💰The target compensation for this role is: $106,800 USD - $157,147  USD (depending on level & location). \n\n📈 In addition to our cash compensation, we offer equity (because when we succeed as a company, we want you to succeed, too) and generous perks & benefits.\nInterview process \n\nBelow is the interview process you can expect for this role (you can read more about the types of interviews in our Handbook). It may look like a lot of steps, but rest assured that we move quickly and the steps are designed to help you get the information needed to determine if we’re the right fit for you… Interviewing is a two-way street, after all! \n\nWe expect the interview process to take 4.5 hours in total.\n\n👋 Introduction Stage - we have initial conversations to get to know you better…\n\n\n* [30m] Recruiter Screen - Kelsey Nagel\n\n* [30m] Hiring Manager Screen - Shannon King\n\n\n\n\n🧑‍💻 Team Interview Stage - we then delve into your experience in more depth and introduce you to members of the team…\n\n\n* [60m] Resume Deep Dive - Kelsey Nagel & Shannon King\n\n* [45m] Peer Interview - Brittani Ferguson & Alex Isken\n\n* [45m] Cross-functional Collaboration Interview - Kevin Chen & Madison Clark\n\n\n\n\nğŸŽ‰ Final Interview Stage - we move you to our final round, where you meet cross-functional partners and gain a better understanding of our business and values holistically…\n\n\n* [30m] Values Interview\n\n* [30m] Leadership Interview with co-founder \n\n* We check references and conduct your background check\n\n\n\n\nPlease note - you are welcome to request additional conversations with anyone you would like to meet, but didn’t get to meet during the interview process. \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to Design, Travel and Marketing jobs that are similar:\n\n $80,000 — $125,000/year\n
\n\n#Benefits\n 💰 401(k)\n\nğŸŒŽ Distributed team\n\n⏰ Async\n\n🤓 Vision insurance\n\n🦷 Dental insurance\n\n🚑 Medical insurance\n\n🏖 Unlimited vacation\n\n🏖 Paid time off\n\n📆 4 day workweek\n\n💰 401k matching\n\n🏔 Company retreats\n\n🏬 Coworking budget\n\n📚 Learning budget\n\n💪 Free gym membership\n\n🧘 Mental wellness budget\n\n🖥 Home office budget\n\n🥧 Pay in crypto\n\n🥸 Pseudonymous\n\n💰 Profit sharing\n\n💰 Equity compensation\n\n⬜️ No whiteboard interview\n\n👀 No monitoring system\n\n🚫 No politics at work\n\nğŸŽ… We hire old (and young)\n\n
\n\n#Location\nSan Francisco, California, United States
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Sourcegraph

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Remote Fullstack Engineer Product Led Growth IC2

Working hours\n\nğŸŒŽ Given that we are an all-remote company and hire almost anywhere in the world, we don’t have a location requirement for this role. However, your working hours must overlap with 15:00-17:00 UTC for at least 3 days/week to make sure you can sync with most teammates when needed.\nWhy this job is exciting\n\nJoining our PLG team at Sourcegraph now means bringing the forefront of the coding revolution to new customers. Our mission is to make coding accessible to everyone, and we're pioneering this journey with Cody, our AI coding assistant, at the helm. Traditionally sales-led, we’ve shifted gears towards a product-led growth (PLG) strategy for Cody just about six months ago—a move that has opened up exciting new frontiers for innovation and engagement. Our team is at the heart of this transformation, currently focusing on integrating a “teams and invites” functionality into our PLG platform to enhance collaboration and UX.\n\nThis role is not just another job; it's a chance to be part of something genuinely transformative. Cody is not just software; it's the future of coding, acting as a senior engineer sidekick on every developer's side. By joining us, you'll contribute directly to a tool that will not only increase productivity but also democratize coding skills across the globe. The PLG model presents unique challenges and learning opportunities, especially in understanding user behavior and optimizing the product journey—work that's vital for our next growth phase.\n\nAs a key player in a small yet impactful team, you'll be working alongside two senior engineers, absorbing a wealth of knowledge and contributing your own expertise to the mix. Your work will directly influence the ease with which new users can integrate into our platform, shaping the future of Sourcegraph through Cody and our PLG strategy. This role is perfect for those who thrive in a dynamic, fast-paced environment, are eager to learn, and have a passion for making a real impact on the way the world codes.\n\nYour curiosity, proactive nature, and willingness to dive into both front-end and back-end challenges will make you an invaluable asset to our team. With every line of code, you’ll be paving the way for the next generation of developers, ensuring they have the tools they need to succeed.\n\n📅 Within one month, you will…\n\n\n* Familiarize yourself with Cody and our PLG platform, understanding their architecture and the problems they solve for our users.\n\n* Start contributing to our current focus areas by working on tasks related to enhancing teams and invites functionality, ensuring a smoother onboarding experience for new users.\n\n* Engage with your team members, learning from their experiences and sharing your insights to contribute to the project's direction.\n\n\n\n\n📅 Within three months, you will…\n\n\n* Be contributing actively to the world’s best coding assistant.\n\n* Take ownership of smaller features and implement them, with a focus on improving user engagement and satisfaction.\n\n* Begin to influence the project's future direction by providing insights based on your work and user feedback, collaborating closely with product management and design teams.\n\n\n\n\n📅 Within six months, you will…\n\n\n* Be fully ramped up and able to anticipate the needs of PLG customers.\n\n* Establish yourself as a key contributor to the team, known for your expertise in both the technical and product aspects of our work.\n\n* Participate in initiatives that push the boundaries of what Cody and our PLG platform can do, making coding more accessible and enjoyable for developers everywhere.\n\n\n\nAbout you\n\nYou are a full-stack software engineer with at least 2 years of industry experience, equally comfortable with frontend and backend work as needed, with the ability to pick up frameworks quickly and deliver high-quality work. \n\nBeyond your technical proficiency, you are a forward-thinking and adaptive contributor, ready to navigate a complex project. Your vision extends beyond code: you are passionate about the broader impact of your work on making coding accessible and enjoyable for a diverse global community. You actively seek out opportunities to challenge the status quo, drive meaningful change, and foster an inclusive, high-performing team culture. You are an experienced remote/async worker.\n\nğŸ”Ž Qualifications:\n\n\n* 2–5 years experience as a full-stack engineer\n\n* Experience with React is required\n\n* PLG experience is a requirement\n\n* Experience with Go and Svelte is preferable\n\n* Some tech-ops / GCP background is preferable\n\n* Alignment with our values\n\n* Growth mindset\n\n\n\n\n💪 Nice to haves:\n\n\n* Experience with PLG metrics and data analysis to improve product decisions and UX.\n\n* Experience working closely with Product and Design teams.\n\n* Previous role in a startup environment, comfortable with rapid iteration and adaptable to shifting priorities.\n\n* Familiarity with code intelligence tools and AI-assisted development platforms. Experience with tools like Sourcegraph, GitHub Copilot, or similar would be nice.\n\n* Prior involvement in open source projects.\n\n\n\nLevel\n\n📊 This job is an IC2.  You can read more about our job-leveling philosophy in our Handbook.\nCompensation\n\n💸 We pay you an above-average salary because we want to hire the best people who are fully focused on helping Sourcegraph succeed, not worried about paying bills. You will have the flexibility to work and live anywhere in the world (unless specified otherwise in the job description).  As an open and transparent company that values equitable and competitive compensation for everyone, our compensation ranges are visible to every single Sourcegraph Teammate. To determine your salary, we use a number of market and data-driven salary sources and target the high-end of the range, ensuring that we’re always paying above market regardless of where you live in the world.  \n\n💰The target compensation for this role is $141,500 USD base.\n\n📈 In addition to our cash compensation, we offer equity (because when we succeed as a company, we want you to succeed, too) and generous perks & benefits.\nInterview process\n\nBelow is the interview process you can expect for this role (you can read more about the types of interviews in our Handbook). It may look like a lot of steps, but rest assured that we move quickly and the steps are designed to help you get the information needed to determine if we’re the right fit for you… Interviewing is a two-way street, after all! \n\nWe expect the interview process to take 5.5 hours in total.\n\n👋 Introduction Stage - we have initial conversations to get to know you better…\n\n\n* [30m] Recruiter Screen - Devon Coords\n\n* [60m] Technical Screen / Resume Deep Dive - David Veszelovszki\n\n\n\n\n🧑‍💻 Team Interview Stage - we then delve into your experience in more depth and introduce you to members of the team…\n\n\n* [60m] Code Walkthrough \n\n* [60m] Pairing Exercise\n\n* [60m] Cross-functional team collaboration \n\n* [30m] Values Interview\n\n\n\n\nğŸŽ‰ Final Interview Stage - we move you to our final round, where you gain a better understanding of our business and values holistically…\n\n\n* [30m] Leadership Interview with co-founder \n\n* We check references and conduct your background check\n\n\n\n\nPlease note - you are welcome to request additional conversations with anyone you would like to meet, but didn’t get to meet during the interview process. \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to Design, React, Senior, Engineer and Backend jobs that are similar:\n\n $70,000 — $110,000/year\n
\n\n#Benefits\n 💰 401(k)\n\nğŸŒŽ Distributed team\n\n⏰ Async\n\n🤓 Vision insurance\n\n🦷 Dental insurance\n\n🚑 Medical insurance\n\n🏖 Unlimited vacation\n\n🏖 Paid time off\n\n📆 4 day workweek\n\n💰 401k matching\n\n🏔 Company retreats\n\n🏬 Coworking budget\n\n📚 Learning budget\n\n💪 Free gym membership\n\n🧘 Mental wellness budget\n\n🖥 Home office budget\n\n🥧 Pay in crypto\n\n🥸 Pseudonymous\n\n💰 Profit sharing\n\n💰 Equity compensation\n\n⬜️ No whiteboard interview\n\n👀 No monitoring system\n\n🚫 No politics at work\n\nğŸŽ… We hire old (and young)\n\n
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Sourcegraph


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Remote Software Engineer Release IC2

Working hours \n\nğŸŒŽ Given that we are an all-remote company and hire almost anywhere in the world, we don’t have a particular time-zone preference for this role. However, you may need to be available for non-recurring urgent meetings outside of working hours.\nWhy this job is exciting \n\nCody is the best AI coding assistant today, and you'll get to help build it and get it in the hands of millions of devs. Our code intelligence, married with modern AI, is already providing a remarkable alpha experience, and you can help us unlock its full potential. \n\nOur rapid development pace means that building and releasing our products to the market is a unique challenge, from overseeing the release of all components supporting Cody as well as Cody itself, building the tools to provide a self-service experience to all teammates, to taking part in building a quality infrastructure to monitor Cody quality. \n\nWe are looking for a Senior Release Engineer to join the Developer Infrastructure team to take our release process to the next level, turning it into a seamless process for everyone, maximizing the ownership of individual teams with a platform based approach. \n\nBy joining our team, you will directly impact how Cody and our Code Intelligence platform is released to the world and be at the crossroads of all Sourcegraph teams by building mission critical tools to support our mission.  If you’re passionate about enhancing developers’ productivity and are excited to be a part of a dynamic team pushing the boundaries of technology, then this role is for you.\n\n📅 Within one month, you will…\n\n\n* Begin building relationships with cross-functional teams, including the Cody development team and other stakeholders.\n\n* Dive into the codebase of Cody and Code Intelligence platform, gaining a deep understanding of the existing code, architecture, and dependencies.\n\n\n\n\n📅 Within three months, you will…\n\n\n* Implement improvements that result in a measurable reduction in the time it takes to release new versions of Cody and the Code Intelligence platform while higher-level insights on architecture, scalability, and customer focus.\n\n* Establish strong working relationships with Security teams, ensuring that the release process incorporates necessary security measures.\n\n* Actively participate in code reviews and discussions to contribute higher-level insights on architecture, scalability, and customer focus.\n\n\n\n\n📅 Within six months, you will…\n\n\n* Contribute to the development of a robust and scalable infrastructure for monitoring Cody's quality, performance, and user experience.\n\n* Implement proactive alerting and monitoring systems to detect issues before they impact customers.\n\n\n\n\n📅 Within one year, you will…\n\n\n* Successfully evolve the release process into a mature platform, enabling teams across Sourcegraph to manage their releases independently.\n\n* Proactively propose additions and changes to the team's roadmap, aligning it with the broader goals of Sourcegraph.\n\n\n\nAbout you\n\n\n* You’re a software engineer first, but you have a passion for working on the boundaries between software and the underlying infrastructure. You might have some past experience as an SRE, developing tooling for other developers, or jumping between the two.\n\n* You’re interested in distributed systems and have experience debugging a few of the challenges that come along with them.\n\n* You understand the software lifecycle, from design, to coding, to docs, as well as the maintenance lifecycle over time.\n\n* You don't write code for the sake of it, but to provide value to our customers by solving problems.\n\n* You value integrity and teamwork. Your strong sense of empathy helps you understand your peers' challenges and you sharply understand how to balance solving current and future problems, carving a path to implement your vision. You’re able to contribute feedback to your teammates as well as across team boundaries when needed.\n\n* You understand your role in the company and how you contribute to its success or failures. You have a strong sense of ownership and a healthy sense of urgency. You  understand that this is your company now.\n\n* Your sense of ownership extends to the software that you ship to your customers. You understand that your code is likely the first impression many customers have of your company, and you often pause to consider the customer experience during development.\n\n* You do work you are proud of and your work is respected by your peers as well as the broader community.\n\n\n\nSkills\n\n\n* You're proficient at writing at least one language and likely experienced in other languages as well.\n\n* You’ve done some frontend development work at some point in your career.\n\n* You've had experience working with delivery and build pipelines of various sizes.\n\n* You have working knowledge of Kubernetes, perhaps even including working and developing with Kubernetes APIs and internals such as CRDs and controllers.\n\n* Bonus: You have worked with Bazel or other build systems in large polyglot codebases.\n\n* Bonus: Familiarity with SvelteKit and Tailwind CSS.\n\n\n\n\nIt doesn't matter if you're not an expert on all points, what really counts is that you understand the complexities of releasing software, and thrive to make it a seamless experience for both our customers and our teammates. Ultimately, you can jump in at any point in the software lifecycle and understand how to fix issues.\nLevel\n\n📊 This job is an IC2.  You can read more about our job leveling philosophy in our Handbook.\nCompensation\n\n💸 We pay you an above-average salary because we want to hire the best people who are fully focused on helping Sourcegraph succeed, not worried about paying bills. You will have the flexibility to work and live anywhere in the world (unless specified otherwise in the job description), and we’ll never take your location or current/past salary information into account when determining your compensation.  As an open and transparent company that values equitable and competitive compensation for everyone, our compensation ranges are visible to every single Sourcegraph Teammate. To determine your salary, we use a number of market and data-driven salary sources and target the high-end of the range, ensuring that we’re always paying above market regardless of where you live in the world.  \n\n💰 The target compensation for this role is $141,500 USD base salary.\n\n📈 In addition to our cash compensation, we offer equity (because when we succeed as a company, we want you to succeed, too) and generous perks & benefits.\nInterview process\n\nBelow is the interview process you can expect for this role (you can read more about the types of interviews in our Handbook). It may look like a lot of steps, but rest assured that we move quickly and the steps are designed to help you get the information needed to determine if we’re the right fit for you… Interviewing is a two-way street, after all! \n\nWe expect the interview process to take 4 hours in total.\n\n👋 Introduction Stage - we have initial conversations to get to know you better…\n\n\n* [30m] Recruiter Screen with Grace Bohl \n\n* [60m] Technical Interview and Resume Deep Dive with Jacob Pleiness\n\n\n\n\n🧑‍💻 Team Interview Stage - we then delve into your experience in more depth and introduce you to members of the team…\n\n\n* [45m] Code Walkthrough with James Cotter and Warren Gifford\n\n* [15m] Hiring Manager Screen with Nelson Araujo\n\n* [60m] Technical Interview: Pairing Exercise with Joe Chen and James McNamara\n\n* [45m] Cross-functional Team Interview with Jon Galindo and Louis Jarvis\n\n\n\n\nğŸŽ‰ Final Interview Stage - we move you to our final round, where you meet cross-functional partners and gain a better understanding of our business and values holistically…\n\n\n* [30m] Values Interview\n\n* [30m] Leadership Interview with co-founder \n\n\n\n\nWe check references and conduct your background check\n\nPlease note - you are welcome to request additional conversations with anyone you would like to meet, but didn’t get to meet during the interview process. \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to Senior and Engineer jobs that are similar:\n\n $52,500 — $95,000/year\n
\n\n#Benefits\n 💰 401(k)\n\nğŸŒŽ Distributed team\n\n⏰ Async\n\n🤓 Vision insurance\n\n🦷 Dental insurance\n\n🚑 Medical insurance\n\n🏖 Unlimited vacation\n\n🏖 Paid time off\n\n📆 4 day workweek\n\n💰 401k matching\n\n🏔 Company retreats\n\n🏬 Coworking budget\n\n📚 Learning budget\n\n💪 Free gym membership\n\n🧘 Mental wellness budget\n\n🖥 Home office budget\n\n🥧 Pay in crypto\n\n🥸 Pseudonymous\n\n💰 Profit sharing\n\n💰 Equity compensation\n\n⬜️ No whiteboard interview\n\n👀 No monitoring system\n\n🚫 No politics at work\n\nğŸŽ… We hire old (and young)\n\n
\n\n#Location\nSan Francisco, California, United States
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Sourcegraph


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💰 $70k - $110k

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Remote Engineering Manager Product Platform M4

Working hours\n\nğŸŒŽ Given that we are an all-remote company and hire almost anywhere in the world, we don’t have a location requirement for this role. However, your working hours must overlap with EST for at least 10 hours/week.\nWhy this job is exciting\n\nAt Sourcegraph, we see code syncing & storage, code search, and the code graph as big data challenges. We handle tasks like indexing multi-terabyte monorepos, querying and searching clusters of hundreds of thousands of repos, providing fast & high-quality ranking, and extracting a code graph which is used throughout our products. \n\nAs Engineering Manager, Product Platform, you’ll utilize both your leadership skills and technical acumen. You will be instrumental in propelling Sourcegraph’s Code Search product to become the “Google of Code Search”. You will help support Cody  to become the top AI coding assistant. You will lead a team of high-agency, self-directed team mates and  will have opportunities to dive in and be deeply technical yourself. You will report directly into the Head of Engineering - Search & Foundations. \n\nYour deep experience in high-scale sharded-computation will help us define the scalability story for our source code syncing and search engine. Your experience in programming language tooling will help us extract a code graph that can be used to power a platform that drives everything from search and navigation to providing the best context for an LLM.\n\n📅 Within one month, you will…\n\n\n* Take responsibility for three distributed, FAANG-bar teams, roughly nine engineers, and lead them as a front-line manager. Your organization will grow as the company grows.\n\n* Work closely with other Engineering department heads on cross-functional initiatives that touch Code Search and Cody.\n\n\n\n\n📅 Within three months, you will…\n\n\n* Identify any gaps you see in the Engineering org and help address them in an appropriate way, bringing prior experience to bear in recommending and driving solutions.\n\n* Build a variety of systems, many of which are systems that you yourself may already know we need, and are not listed here. A few examples include:\n\n\n\n* a hybrid search architecture which combines modern ML and traditional search techniques for natural language search\n\n* extending our code graph to cover an ever growing set of languages with every easier configuration\n\n* a scalable system for syncing any type of data relevant for Cody or Code Search data\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n📅 Within six months, you will…\n\n\nChampion customer engagement in all phases of design, development and deployment.\n\n\n\n\n📅 Within one year, you will…\n\n\nHave hired and retained exceptional people to make our team even more representative of the world’s population.\n\nCollaborate with product and engineering leadership to develop the next set of ambitious goals that your org should work towards.\n\nDevelop a clear technical and execution strategy to achieve that next set of goals.\n\n\n\nAbout you\n\nYou are a technical, customer-driven manager who works from a place of compassion and curiosity. You have experience working with highly technical customers across business sectors. You can work across departments to align requirements and priorities from a broad set of engineering, product, and business stakeholders. You are strongly aligned with our values, inspired by our mission to make it so that everyone can code, and motivated to do your best work at Sourcegraph.\n\nYou find joy in solving complex technical problems at scale. You have personal domain expertise with more than one of distributed systems, search and indexing, or programming language tooling such as compilers, build tools, static/semantic analysis, or language servers. You may not code everyday, but you are eager to jump into the code for anything from answering a customer question to fixing a bug to adding some new functionality. \n\nQualifications:\n\n\n* You have at least 4 years of experience managing engineering teams and 5 years of hands-on coding experience.You have held a high technical bar for teammates as well as yourself.\n\n* You have relevant domain knowledge and experience in one or more of the following areas: distributed systems, search and indexing, or compilers and language tools\n\n* You can work effectively across multiple programming languages with and without prior experience.\n\n* You share our values, and work in accordance with those values.\n\n\n\n\nNice to haves:\n\n\n* You have worked with search quality\n\n* You have experience with machine learning\n\n* You have worked with technologies such as Go, git, Kubernetes, GraphQL, PostgreSQL, AWS, GCP (or equivalent).\n\n\n\nLevel\n\n📊 This job is an M4.  You can read more about our job leveling philosophy in our Handbook.\nCompensation\n\n💸 We pay you an above-average salary because we want to hire the best people who are fully focused on helping Sourcegraph succeed, not worried about paying bills. You will have the flexibility to work and live anywhere in the world (unless specified otherwise in the job description), and we’ll never take your location or current/past salary information into account when determining your compensation.  As an open and transparent company that values equitable and competitive compensation for everyone, our compensation ranges are visible to every single Sourcegraph Teammate. To determine your salary, we use a number of market and data-driven salary sources and target the high-end of the range, ensuring that we’re always paying above market regardless of where you live in the world.  \n\n💰 The target compensation for this role is $240,000 USD base.\n\n📈 In addition to our cash compensation, we offer equity (because when we succeed as a company, we want you to succeed, too) and generous perks & benefits.\nInterview Process\n\nBelow is the interview process you can expect for this role (you can read more about the types of interviews in our Handbook). It may look like a lot of steps, but rest assured that we move quickly and the steps are designed to help you get the information needed to determine if we’re the right fit for you… Interviewing is a two-way street, after all! \n\nWe expect the interview process to take 6.5 hours in total.\n\n\n👋 Introduction Stage - we have initial conversations to get to know you better…\n\n\n[30m] Recruiter Screen with Devon Coords\n\n[60m] Technical Screen / Resume Deep Dive with Julie Tibshirani\n\n\n\n\n🧑‍💻 Team Interview Stage - we then delve into your experience in more depth and introduce you to members of the team…\n\n\n[15m] Hiring Manager Intro with Erika Rice Scherpelz\n\n[45m] Cross-team collaboration & technical screen with Kalan Chan\n\n[60m] Technical Interview with Anton Sviridov & Erik Seliger\n\n[60m] Peer Interview / Values Interview with Peter Guy & Nelson Araujo\n\n\n\n\nğŸŽ‰ Final Interview Stage - we move you to our final round, where you meet cross-functional partners and gain a better understanding of our business and values holistically…\n\n\n[30m] Hiring Manager Interview with Erika Rice Scherpelz\n\n[30m] Co-founder Interview with Quinn Slack or Beyang Liu \n\n[30m] Closing meeting with Carly Jones \n\nWe check references and conduct your background check\n\n\n
\n\n#Benefits\n 💰 401(k)\n\nğŸŒŽ Distributed team\n\n⏰ Async\n\n🤓 Vision insurance\n\n🦷 Dental insurance\n\n🚑 Medical insurance\n\n🏖 Unlimited vacation\n\n🏖 Paid time off\n\n📆 4 day workweek\n\n💰 401k matching\n\n🏔 Company retreats\n\n🏬 Coworking budget\n\n📚 Learning budget\n\n💪 Free gym membership\n\n🧘 Mental wellness budget\n\n🖥 Home office budget\n\n🥧 Pay in crypto\n\n🥸 Pseudonymous\n\n💰 Profit sharing\n\n💰 Equity compensation\n\n⬜️ No whiteboard interview\n\n👀 No monitoring system\n\n🚫 No politics at work\n\nğŸŽ… We hire old (and young)\n\n
\n\n#Location\nSan Francisco, California, United States
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Sourcegraph


🇺🇸 United States
💰 $80k - $140k*

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Remote Data Analyst

Working hours\n\nğŸŒŽ Given that we are an all-remote company and hire almost anywhere in the world, we don’t have a location requirement for this role. However, your working hours must overlap with 9am - 6pm EST for at least 20 hours/week.\nWhy this job is exciting\n\nWe’re looking for a Data Analyst to help grow our values-driven, all-remote team. In this role, you will have the opportunity to make an impact on the direction of our business at a critical moment both for us, and for the industry. The demand for data and analytics at Sourcegraph is growing rapidly, and you will help our team level-up by scaling our tools, technology, and processes to meet the need. \n\nYour analysis will be used by nearly every team at the company - including executive-level decision-makers - to make mission critical decisions and answer our company’s most important questions. This could involve work like: \n\n\n*  Analyzing user retention to understand why some users come back, but others don’t\n\n* Completing  an analysis dropoff in our signup funnel, with the goal of getting more users to try our product\n\n* Providing our marketing stakeholders with an analysis of inbound traffic from marketing campaigns to determine which sources offer the best ROI\n\n\n\n\nThere’s a wide variety of work to be done, and there will be room for you to choose projects that interest you, and make decisions about where your contributions will be the most impactful. We strive to make Sourcegraph the best company where exceptionally talented people can thrive. If you join us, we know you’ll make a big impact!  Here’s what we’re thinking:. \n\n📅 Within one month, you will…\n\n\n* Become familiar with our product and value propositions by completing demos, shadowing team members, attending training sessions, and exploring our data\n\n* Onboard onto our current company metrics and reporting, team priorities, and data infrastructure\n\n* Get to know members of the Data & Analytics and Operations teams, as well as the other members of teams you will be supporting (such as Product, Marketing, Sales, Technical Success, )\n\n* Complete an onboarding project that reinforces your learnings from the first month (e.g. work with the product teams to understand usage around a particular feature )\n\n\n\n\n📅 Within three months, you will…\n\n\n* Take on projects that support our key stakeholders across the business in making great, informed decisions\n\n* Monitor our company’s key performance indicators, and proactively  investigate and communicate changes\n\n* Answer ad hoc data questions and requests from teams across the company\n\n\n\n\n📅 Within six months, you will…\n\n\n* Build and maintain data pipelines, dashboards, and reporting for various teams to help them understand progress towards key metrics and goals\n\n* Proactively offer analysis and recommendations to other teams, based on your familiarity with our data and with our company’s key priorities\n\n* Help improve our data enablement efforts to make it easier for everyone to effectively use our data tools\n\n\n\n\n📅 Within one year, you will…\n\n\n* Become a go-to expert on our analytics stack - writing efficient data transformations, analyzing and visualizing many different types of data for a variety of stakeholders, and enabling others at the company to do the same\n\n* Help define the future state of our analytics organization!\n\n\n\nAbout you \n\nYou are interested in driving business decisions with quantitative data and contributing to Sourcegraph’s journey to be a data-informed organization. You’re motivated by helping others answer their toughest questions. You love jumping into complex problems and finding innovative solutions.  You have a knack for juggling competing priorities.  You are strongly aligned with our values, inspired by our mission to make it so that everyone can code, and motivated to do your best work at Sourcegraph.\n\nQualifications:\n\n\n* You have relevant domain knowledge and experience in analytical roles (analytics, operations, data engineering, data science, etc.)\n\n* You have experience working with SQL and business intelligence tools, such as Looker or Tableau\n\n* You’re familiar with datasets from a multitude of sources, such as Salesforce, HubSpot or Zendesk\n\n* You’re an independent self-starter who can prioritize and execute multiple tasks simultaneously\n\n* You have excellent verbal/written communication and presentation skills, including an ability to effectively communicate with both business and technical teams\n\n* Your working hours overlap with 9am-5pm EST for at least 20 hours per week, so we have time to collaborate synchronously when necessary\n\n\n\n\nNice to haves:\n\n\n* Experience working with product, engineering, and design team stakeholders to understand in-product user behavior (i.e retention analysis, user funnels, etc)\n\n* Experience with ETL processes and tooling \n\n* Experience working remotely, with stakeholders in different time zones\n\n* Understanding of software development tools, technologies, and processes\n\n\n\nLevel\n\n📊 This job is an IC1.  You can read more about our job leveling philosophy in our Handbook.\nCompensation\n\n💸 We pay you an above-average salary because we want to hire the best people who are fully focused on helping Sourcegraph succeed, not worried about paying bills. You will have the flexibility to work and live anywhere in the world (unless specified otherwise in the job description), and we’ll never take your location or current/past salary information into account when determining your compensation.  As an open and transparent company that values equitable and competitive compensation for everyone, our compensation ranges are visible to every single Sourcegraph Teammate. To determine your salary, we use a number of market and data-driven salary sources and target the high-end of the range, ensuring that we’re always paying above market regardless of where you live in the world.  \n\n💰 The target compensation for this role is $ $96,609.00 USD base.\n\n📈 In addition to our cash compensation, we offer equity (because when we succeed as a company, we want you to succeed, too) and generous perks & benefits.\nInterview process \n\nBelow is the interview process you can expect for this role (you can read more about the types of interviews in our Handbook). It may look like a lot of steps, but rest assured that we move quickly and the steps are designed to help you get the information needed to determine if we’re the right fit for you… Interviewing is a two-way street, after all! \n\nWe expect the interview process to take 4.5 hours in total.\n\n👋 Introduction Stage - we have initial conversations to get to know you better…\n\n\n* [30m] Recruiter Screen - Kelsey Nagel\n\n* [60m] Hiring Manager Screen / Resume Deep Dive - Kelsey Brown\n\n\n\n\n🧑‍💻 Team Interview Stage - we then delve into your experience in more depth and introduce you to members of the team, including cross-functional partners…\n\n\n* [60m] Take-home project review (requires preparation)\n\n* [60m] Cross-functional interview\n\n\n\n\nğŸŽ‰ Final Interview Stage - we move you to our final round, where you gain a better understanding of our business and values holistically…\n\n\n* [30m] Values Interview\n\n* [30m] Leadership Interview with a member of the executive team \n\n* We check references and conduct your background check\n\n\n\n\nPlease note - you are welcome to request additional conversations with anyone you would like to meet, but didn’t get to meet during the interview process. \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to Design and Marketing jobs that are similar:\n\n $80,000 — $140,000/year\n
\n\n#Benefits\n 💰 401(k)\n\nğŸŒŽ Distributed team\n\n⏰ Async\n\n🤓 Vision insurance\n\n🦷 Dental insurance\n\n🚑 Medical insurance\n\n🏖 Unlimited vacation\n\n🏖 Paid time off\n\n📆 4 day workweek\n\n💰 401k matching\n\n🏔 Company retreats\n\n🏬 Coworking budget\n\n📚 Learning budget\n\n💪 Free gym membership\n\n🧘 Mental wellness budget\n\n🖥 Home office budget\n\n🥧 Pay in crypto\n\n🥸 Pseudonymous\n\n💰 Profit sharing\n\n💰 Equity compensation\n\n⬜️ No whiteboard interview\n\n👀 No monitoring system\n\n🚫 No politics at work\n\nğŸŽ… We hire old (and young)\n\n
\n\n#Location\nSan Francisco, California, United States
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Sourcegraph


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💰 $45k - $105k*

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Sourcegraph is hiring a
Remote Machine Learning Engineer

Working hours\n\nğŸŒŽ Given that we are an all-remote company and hire almost anywhere in the world, we don’t have a particular time-zone preference for this role. However, you may need to be available for non-recurring urgent meetings outside of working hours.\nWhy this job is exciting\n\nWe are creating a machine learning team at Sourcegraph, aimed at creating the most powerful coding assistant in the world. Many companies are trying, but Sourcegraph is uniquely differentiated by our rich code intelligence data and powerful code search platform. In the world of prompting LLMs, context is everything, and Sourcegraph’s context is simply the best you can get: IDE-quality, global-scale, and served lightning fast. Our code intelligence, married with modern AI, is already providing a remarkable alpha experience, and you can help us unlock its full potential.\n\nWe are looking for a polyglot AI/ML hacker, versed in programming language semantics, with a strong AI/ML background, who can help us deliver the world’s best coding assistant, built on our mature, robust, and open code intelligence platform. And if you happen to have an entrepreneurial streak, you’re in luck:  We have an enterprise distribution pipeline, so whatever you build can be deployed straight to enterprise customers with some of the largest code bases in the world, without all the go-to-market hassle you’d encounter in a startup.\n\nYou will be a scientist at Sourcegraph doing R&D, and pushing the boundaries of what AI can do, as an IC on our new ML team. You will have the full power of Sourcegraph’s Code Intelligence Platform at your disposal, and you’ll be working on a coding assistant that is already awesome, so this is a greenfield opportunity to multiply dev productivity to unprecedented levels.\n\n📅 Within one month, you will…\n\n\nStart building a trusting relationship with your peers, and learning the company structure.\n\nBe set up to do local development, and be actively prototyping.\n\nDive deep into how AI and ML is already used at Sourcegraph and identify ways to improve moving forward.\n\nShip a substantial new feature to end users.\n\n\n\n\n📅 Within three months, you will…\n\n\nBe seen as a subject matter expert in all things AI at Sourcegraph.\n\nBe contributing actively to the world’s best coding assistant.\n\nBe following all the relevant research, and conducting research of your own.\n\n\n\n\n📅 Within six months, you will…\n\n\nBe fully ramped up and owning key pieces of the assistant.\n\nBe ramped up on other relevant parts of the Sourcegraph product.\n\nBe helping design and build what might become the biggest dev accelerator in 20 years.\n\n\n\nAbout you \n\nYou are a polyglot hacker in the AI/ML space who wants to be part of a world-class team to push the boundaries of AI, with a particular focus on leveraging Sourcegraph’s code intelligence to leapfrog competitors.\n\nFirst, you have a deep understanding of programming languages, and tools that manipulate code. This could have taken any number of forms; e.g.:\n\n\nYou’ve worked with grammars and parser generators, or Treesitter\n\nYou’ve worked with compilers and semantic analysis, e.g. type systems\n\nYou’ve written an interpreter, or worked on a virtual machine\n\nYou’ve done static analysis involving scanning source code for semantic information\n\n\n\n\nIt doesn’t really matter how you know it, but it’s important that you’re familiar with the basic concepts of semantic representations of source code, and how they’re produced and consumed by tooling.\n\nSecond, your AI background could look like a few different things:\n\n\nYou’ve worked on AI systems and have built ML at large tech companies.\n\nYou have a deep ML background and have demonstrated an ability to be customer and company focused. You are hands-on and can build machine learning\n\nYou are a Prompt Engineer and can take models and figure out how to speak to it in a way that yields different results\n\nYou are an entrepreneurial engineer who can hack together prototypes quickly, get things out the door, and iterate\n\nYou are an LLM hacker or a thought leader in the LLM space and can craft a roadmap that takes advantage of the space, especially with code intelligence\n\nYou’ve worked in NLP or language models at a top-tier research lab\n\n\n\n\nIf you’ve been anywhere near the field lately, you can probably pick up enough about LLM capabilities to be able to drive this space, as it’s all greenfield.\n\nFinally, you shouldn’t be a purist about languages. We may need to integrate the coding assistant into a wide variety of tooling contexts, each with its own programming language. You may find yourself writing in several programming languages along the journey, and hopefully you already know most of them a little anyway.\nLevel\n\n📊 This job is an IC4.  You can read more about our job leveling philosophy in our Handbook.\nCompensation\n\n💸 We pay you an above-average salary because we want to hire the best people who are fully focused on helping Sourcegraph succeed, not worried about paying bills. You will have the flexibility to work and live anywhere in the world (unless specified otherwise in the job description), and we’ll never take your location or current/past salary information into account when determining your compensation.  As an open and transparent company that values equitable and competitive compensation for everyone, our compensation ranges are visible to every single Sourcegraph Teammate. To determine your salary, we use a number of market and data-driven salary sources and target the high-end of the range, ensuring that we’re always paying above market regardless of where you live in the world.  \n\n💰 The target compensation for this role is $204,000 USD base.\n\n📈 In addition to our cash compensation, we offer equity (because when we succeed as a company, we want you to succeed, too) and generous perks & benefits.\nInterview process [~5.5 hour total interview]\n\nBelow is the interview process you can expect for this role (you can read more about the types of interviews in our Handbook). It may look like a lot of steps, but rest assured that we move quickly and the steps are designed to help you get the information needed to determine if we’re the right fit for you… Interviewing is a two-way street, after all!\n\n\n👋 Introduction Stage - we have initial conversations to get to know you better…\n\n\n* [30m] Recruiter Screen\n\n* [60m] Hiring Manager Screen with Rishabh Mehrotra\n\n\n\n\n🧑‍💻 Team Interview Stage - we then delve into your experience in more depth and introduce you to members of the team…\n\n\n* [60m] Resume Deep Dive\n\n* [45m] Technical Deep Dive with Dominic Cooney + Julie Tibshirani\n\n* [60m] Architecture Interview with Rok Novosel\n\n* [Async] Pairing Exercise with Beyang Liu\n\n\n\n\nğŸŽ‰ Final Interview Stage - we move you to our final round, where you will gain a better understanding of our business holistically…\n\n\n* [30m] Values Interview\n\n* [30m] Leadership Interview with Quinn Slack\n\n* We check references and conduct your background check\n\n\n\n\nPlease note - you are welcome to request additional conversations with anyone you would like to meet, but didn’t get to meet during the interview process. \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to Design and Engineer jobs that are similar:\n\n $45,000 — $105,000/year\n
\n\n#Benefits\n 💰 401(k)\n\nğŸŒŽ Distributed team\n\n⏰ Async\n\n🤓 Vision insurance\n\n🦷 Dental insurance\n\n🚑 Medical insurance\n\n🏖 Unlimited vacation\n\n🏖 Paid time off\n\n📆 4 day workweek\n\n💰 401k matching\n\n🏔 Company retreats\n\n🏬 Coworking budget\n\n📚 Learning budget\n\n💪 Free gym membership\n\n🧘 Mental wellness budget\n\n🖥 Home office budget\n\n🥧 Pay in crypto\n\n🥸 Pseudonymous\n\n💰 Profit sharing\n\n💰 Equity compensation\n\n⬜️ No whiteboard interview\n\n👀 No monitoring system\n\n🚫 No politics at work\n\nğŸŽ… We hire old (and young)\n\n
\n\n#Location\nSan Francisco, California, United States
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Remote Software Engineer Search Suite

Working hours\n\nğŸŒŽ Given that we are an all-remote company and hire almost anywhere in the world, we don’t have a particular time-zone preference for this role. However, you may need to be available for non-recurring urgent meetings outside of working hours.\nWhy this job is exciting\n\nSourcegraph Code Search is an advanced, user-friendly code search and navigation tool designed to help developers efficiently understand, navigate, and review the software they're working on, irrespective of its size or complexity. It offers a web-based, universal code search capability across various repositories, branches, and languages, enabling quick and accurate search results with context. It also provides features such as semantic code search, syntax highlighting, hover tooltips, and real-time code insights, significantly reducing the time spent understanding codebases or hunting for specific logic. With integrations into popular version control systems and code editors, Sourcegraph Code Search aids in code exploration, bug squashing, and feature development, making it an indispensable tool for modern development teams.\n\nThe Code Search team is aimed at growing the Code Search product into a 100+ million dollar product that is an integral part of every Fortune-500 company’s workflow. As a senior software engineer on the Code Search team, you will contribute to the direction of Sourcegraph’s Code Search product. With your expertise, you will be in the thick of maintaining, expanding, and shaping the future of the product, ensuring it meets the needs of our largest enterprise customers. Search engine experience is not required.\n\n📅 Within one month, you will…\n\n\n* Onboard onto the Sourcegraph codebase, architecture, tooling, and development workflow.\n\n* Build a solid understanding of the team’s areas of ownership, technical challenges, and problems the team solves for our customers, and know how all of these align with the top-level company goals.\n\n* Actively participate in team meetings, sharing ideas and insights to contribute to the overall team goals.\n\n* Work closely with your team members, asking questions and seeking feedback to ensure alignment and clear understanding of tasks.\n\n* Begin making meaningful contributions to ongoing projects, demonstrating a clear understanding of our coding standards and methodologies.\n\n\n\n\n📅 Within three months, you will…\n\n\n* Demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of the Code Search product, its underlying technologies, and its integration within the Sourcegraph ecosystem.\n\n* Begin to take ownership of specific areas of the product, showcasing expertise and problem-solving capabilities.\n\n* Regularly participate in code reviews, providing constructive feedback to peers and upholding our high standards of code quality.\n\n* Engage in team discussions on architectural design, scalability, and other higher-level aspects, bringing clarity and forward momentum to such conversations.\n\n* Mentor and provide guidance to junior team members, fostering their growth and development within the Code Search team.\n\n* Lead or co-lead smaller projects, showcasing strong scoping, implementation, and delivery skills.\n\n* Proactively identify potential challenges in projects and work towards mitigating risks and ensuring smooth execution.\n\n\n\n\n📅 Within six months, you will…\n\n\n* Act as a go-to expert within your domain, helping to address complex challenges, guide the team through intricate issues, and define best practices.\n\n* Proactively dive into unfamiliar areas of the codebase, suggesting improvements, and ensuring that our technical infrastructure remains robust and forward-looking.\n\n* Have a significant influence on the team’s roadmap, proposing new features, optimizations, and refactors based on customer needs, technical debt, and industry best practices.\n\n* Lead larger projects from conception to deployment, ensuring that they align with our strategic objectives and adhere to our quality standards.\n\n* Play a pivotal role in shaping the team's culture, ensuring that it remains collaborative, innovative, and focused on continuous growth.\n\n* Actively mentor junior team members and collaborate with other senior engineers, ensuring their success within their teams.\n\n\n\nAbout you\n\n\n* You are a passionate Full-stack Software Engineer with 4-6 years of hands-on experience, eagerly seeking a challenging role that allows you to leverage your technical skills while also offering opportunities for learning and growth. Your coding skills are solid, and you are proficient in your primary focus area, yet you remain open and excited to dive into different parts of the technology stack.\n\n* You are eager to continue building your track record of excellence, autonomy, and the expertise to solve complex software engineering challenges.\n\n* You are comfortable with the full-stack spectrum, from pixel-perfect front-end implementations to robust and scalable back-end architectures.\n\n* You are aligned with and willing to contribute to our values. You enjoy working on challenging problems and care deeply about the product's end-user experience.\n\n* While you are task-oriented and able to follow directions, you are also demonstrating a growing sense of independence in your work. You are self-sufficient, capable of delivering results with minimal guidance, and unafraid to take the lead on small and mid-sized projects.\n\n* You have a good understanding of software engineering principles, architecture design, and scalability. You have a track record of delivering high-quality, efficient, and maintainable code.\n\n* Your problem-solving skills are top-notch; you are able to detect issues in requirements and actively engage in discussions to find the best resolution. You manage your time effectively, ensuring that you deliver reliable results without compromising on quality. You are not daunted by unfamiliar code; instead, you see it as an opportunity to learn and grow.\n\n* You are adaptable, thriving in a fast-paced, dynamic environment. You take ownership of your work, you are self-motivated, and you exhibit a strong sense of accountability and responsibility for the success of the product.\n\n* You tend to deliver work incrementally to get feedback and iterate over solutions.\n\n* You take pride in helping others, whether that’s through onboarding new team members, mentoring junior engineers, or adding documentation to aid collective understanding. You understand the value of feedback and are adept at both giving and receiving it constructively.\n\n* You enjoy working on highly collaborative, dynamic, and remote teams in a startup environment.\n\n* Overall, you are a proactive, collaborative, and skilled software engineer building a track record in crafting scalable software and services, including distributed systems. You have a clear understanding of software engineering principles, and a customer-centric approach. Adaptable and self-motivated, you thrive in a fast-paced, collaborative startup environment, delivering high-quality code and prioritizing the end-user experience while embracing feedback and taking ownership of tasks.\n\n\n\nTechnical qualifications\n\n\n* You are proficient in Go, with exposure to scaling and concurrency.\n\n* You are proficient  with Typescript and Javascript frameworks; experience with React and SvelteKit is a plus.\n\n* You have some knowledge of GraphQL.\n\n* You are comfortable with Docker and Kubernetes.\n\n* You are comfortable interacting with relational databases; PostgreSQL experience is a plus.\n\n* You are comfortable with the command-line interface and bash scripting.\n\n* You are comfortable in a multi-service environment.\n\n* You can utilize Bazel as a build tool.\n\n* You are familiar with macOS and Linux platforms.\n\n\n\nLevel\n\n📊 This job is an IC2.  You can read more about our job leveling philosophy in our Handbook.\nCompensation\n\n💸 We pay you an above-average salary because we want to hire the best people who are fully focused on helping Sourcegraph succeed, not worried about paying bills. You will have the flexibility to work and live anywhere in the world (unless specified otherwise in the job description), and we’ll never take your location or current/past salary information into account when determining your compensation.  As an open and transparent company that values equitable and competitive compensation for everyone, our compensation ranges are visible to every single Sourcegraph Teammate. To determine your salary, we use a number of market and data-driven salary sources and target the high-end of the range, ensuring that we’re always paying above market regardless of where you live in the world. \n\n💰 The target compensation for this role is $141,500 USD base.\n\n📈 In addition to our cash compensation, we offer equity (because when we succeed as a company, we want you to succeed, too) and generous perks & benefits.\nInterview process \n\nBelow is the interview process you can expect for this role (you can read more about the types of interviews in our Handbook). It may look like a lot of steps, but rest assured that we move quickly and the steps are designed to help you get the information needed to determine if we’re the right fit for you… Interviewing is a two-way street, after all! \n\nWe expect the interview process to take 5.5 hours in total. \n\n👋 Introduction Stage - we have initial conversations to get to know you better…\n\n\n* [30m] Recruiter Screen with Devon Coords\n\n* [60m] Peer / Resume Deep Dive with Camden Cheek\n\n\n\n\n🧑‍💻 Team Interview Stage - we then delve into your experience in more depth and introduce you to members of the team, including cross-functional partners…\n\n\n* [60m] Code walkthrough with Vova Kulikov and Jason Harris\n\n* [60m] Pairing exercise with Felix Kling and Bolaji Olajide\n\n* [60m] Cross-functional team collaboration / Values with Rob Rhyne\n\n\n\n\nğŸŽ‰ Final Interview Stage - we move you to our final round, where you gain a better understanding of our business and values holistically…\n\n\n* [30m - 60m] Hiring Manager screen with Peter Guy\n\n* [30m] Leadership Interview with Quinn Slack or Beyang Liu\n\n* We check references and conduct your background check\n\n\n\n\nPlease note - you are welcome to request additional conversations with anyone you would like to meet, but didn’t get to meet during the interview process. \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to macOS, React, Docker, JavaScript, Typescript, Senior, Engineer and Linux jobs that are similar:\n\n $60,000 — $105,000/year\n
\n\n#Benefits\n 💰 401(k)\n\nğŸŒŽ Distributed team\n\n⏰ Async\n\n🤓 Vision insurance\n\n🦷 Dental insurance\n\n🚑 Medical insurance\n\n🏖 Unlimited vacation\n\n🏖 Paid time off\n\n📆 4 day workweek\n\n💰 401k matching\n\n🏔 Company retreats\n\n🏬 Coworking budget\n\n📚 Learning budget\n\n💪 Free gym membership\n\n🧘 Mental wellness budget\n\n🖥 Home office budget\n\n🥧 Pay in crypto\n\n🥸 Pseudonymous\n\n💰 Profit sharing\n\n💰 Equity compensation\n\n⬜️ No whiteboard interview\n\n👀 No monitoring system\n\n🚫 No politics at work\n\nğŸŽ… We hire old (and young)\n\n
\n\n#Location\nSan Francisco, California, United States
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Sourcegraph


🇺🇸 United States
💰 $60k - $110k*

Manager

 

Consult

 

Technical

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Remote Product Manager Enterprise

Working hours\n\nğŸŒŽ Given that we are an all-remote company and hire almost anywhere in the world, we don’t have a particular time-zone preference for this role.\nWhy this job is exciting\n\nTo achieve our mission, we're looking for a Product Manager to help grow our values-driven, all-remote team. Reporting to the VP of Product, you'll work on our marquee Code Search product, which represents the top product in the industry in this category and a significant percentage of our recurring revenue. You’ll have the opportunity to make a big impact as we level up this product to meet the increasingly high needs of our large enterprise customers.\n\nAs a Product Manager, you will have more responsibility, upside, and growth potential than anywhere else otherwise comparable. We strive to make Sourcegraph the best company where exceptionally talented people can thrive. If you join us, we know you’ll make a big impact!  Here’s what we’re thinking:\n\n📅 Within one month, you will…\n\n\n* Begin 1:1’s with your manager, understand your 30-60-90 plan, meet & shadow current members of the Sourcegraph team, and delve into your product area \n\n* Learn Sourcegraph’s core product development processes. Observe and understand our specific development processes and how features move through the development cycle.\n\n* Onboard and learn development software stack (ie: Jira, Productboard, Confluence, etc.). Understand how they relate to the overall product life cycle.\n\n* Effectively translate requirements into user stories with acceptance criteria. Identify requirement gaps needed for upcoming features. Groom and review the backlog with the team during planning sessions. Consult with development team, stakeholders, internal teams, and customers to gather feedback on upcoming features.\n\n* Learn internal product processes such as Win/Loss interviews, customer interviews, and customer feedback processes. \n\n* Set your OKRs (Objectives and Key Results) with your manager and develop an action plan to achieve them\n\n\n\n\n📅 Within three months, you will…\n\n\n* Successfully lead a development team by running planning meetings, attending retrospectives and daily standups. Fully own the team backlog and identify high value features that align to the product vision. Leads requirements gathering effort on upcoming epics. \n\n* Work closely with designers and engineering leads to scope complexity of upcoming features. Understand technical complexity when approaching epics and larger initiatives. Understand tradeoffs of time to build vs value to the customer. Able to communicate and negotiate tradeoffs with stakeholders to drive prioritization. \n\n* Identify and scope appropriate MVP feature sets as they relate to the larger efforts of the product team. \n\n* Write and communicate release documentation highlighting the customer pain point and the end solution.  \n\n\n\n\n📅 Within six months, you will…\n\n\n* Drive the strategy for the suite of products you’re responsible for, making a real-world impact on the adoption and retention of customers.\n\n* Establish, track, and report progress on product metrics and KPIs for Product Leadership and internal stakeholders\n\n* Identify key success metrics for a product surface and take ownership for evangelizing the surface with all Sourcegraph stakeholders.\n\n* Conduct product feedback interviews with customers to solicit and gather feedback on existing features, as well as speak to new features coming up in development. \n\n* Become certified in presenting the Product Vision to customers. Become comfortable talking about product vision with external stakeholders.  \n\n\n\nAbout you \n\nOur Product Managers are hard-working, results-driven, and passionate people advocates! We are product machines - passionate about turning feedback from our customers and turning that into better products. You are an enthusiastic, driven, and results-oriented Product Manager who shares our values and has a passion for all things Product.\n\n🔍 Your skill-set:\n\n\n* 2- 5 years working as a product manager.\n\n* Demonstrated leadership skills and ability to drive and influence product strategy across engineering, design, and distribution.\n\n* Deep knowledge of the needs of enterprise customers, not just the core workflows but common supporting requirements like support, security, privacy and auditing.\n\n* Experience working as a software engineer. This is a very technical role and requires software engineering experience to effectively communicate with engineers and make educated decisions affecting product scope and performance at scale.\n\n* Strong understanding of Git and Git workflows.\n\n* Excellent written and verbal communication skills, technical writing ability, and use of data to back up your arguments.\n\n* Ability to stay focused on goals and strategically prioritize work.\n\n* Deep passion for developer tools and productivity enhancements.\n\n\n\nLevel\n\n📊 This job is an IC3.  You can read more about our job leveling philosophy in our Handbook.\nCompensation\n\n💸 We pay you an above-average salary because we want to hire the best people who are fully focused on helping Sourcegraph succeed, not worried about paying bills. You will have the flexibility to work and live anywhere in the world (unless specified otherwise in the job description), and we’ll never take your location or current/past salary information into account when determining your compensation.  As an open and transparent company that values equitable and competitive compensation for everyone, our compensation ranges are visible to every single Sourcegraph Teammate. To determine your salary, we use a number of market and data-driven salary sources and target the high-end of the range, ensuring that we’re always paying above market regardless of where you live in the world.  \n\n💰 If base only, insert: The target compensation for this role is $165,000 USD base.\n\n📈 In addition to our cash compensation, we offer equity (because when we succeed as a company, we want you to succeed, too) and generous perks & benefits.\nInterview process \n\nBelow is the interview process you can expect for this role (you can read more about the types of interviews in our Handbook). It may look like a lot of steps, but rest assured that we move quickly and the steps are designed to help you get the information needed to determine if we’re the right fit for you… Interviewing is a two-way street, after all! \n\nWe expect the interview process to take 5 hours in total.\n\n👋 Introduction Stage - we have initial conversations to get to know you better…\n\n\n* [30m] Recruiter Screen - Kelsey Nagel\n\n* [60m] Peer / Resume Deep Dive - Ryan Phillips\n\n\n\n\n🧑‍💻 Team Interview Stage - we then delve into your experience in more depth and introduce you to members of the team…\n\n\n* [15m] Hiring Manager Screen - Chris Sells\n\n* [45m] Engineering Collaboration - Thorsten Ball & Erika Rice Scherpelz\n\n* [60m] Overview of Past Projects (requires preparation) - Chris Sells, Kevin Chen, Ryan Phillips, Rob Rhyne & Taylor Sperry\n\n* [30m] Values Interview\n\n* [30m] Leadership - Steve Yegge or Beyang Liu \n\n\n\n\nğŸŽ‰ Final Interview Stage - we move you to our final round, where you meet cross-functional partners and gain a better understanding of our business and values holistically…\n\n\n* [30m] Final Hiring Manager Interview with Chris Sells\n\n* We check references and conduct your background check\n\n\n\n\nPlease note - you are welcome to request additional conversations with anyone you would like to meet, but didn’t get to meet during the interview process. \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to Git and Git jobs that are similar:\n\n $60,000 — $110,000/year\n
\n\n#Benefits\n 💰 401(k)\n\nğŸŒŽ Distributed team\n\n⏰ Async\n\n🤓 Vision insurance\n\n🦷 Dental insurance\n\n🚑 Medical insurance\n\n🏖 Unlimited vacation\n\n🏖 Paid time off\n\n📆 4 day workweek\n\n💰 401k matching\n\n🏔 Company retreats\n\n🏬 Coworking budget\n\n📚 Learning budget\n\n💪 Free gym membership\n\n🧘 Mental wellness budget\n\n🖥 Home office budget\n\n🥧 Pay in crypto\n\n🥸 Pseudonymous\n\n💰 Profit sharing\n\n💰 Equity compensation\n\n⬜️ No whiteboard interview\n\n👀 No monitoring system\n\n🚫 No politics at work\n\nğŸŽ… We hire old (and young)\n\n
\n\n#Location\nSan Francisco, California, United States
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Sourcegraph


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Design

 

SaaS

Front End

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Cloud

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Sourcegraph is hiring a
Remote Software Engineer Cody Strategy

Working hours\n\n\nğŸŒŽ Given that we are an all-remote company and hire almost anywhere in the world, we don’t have a location requirement for this role. However, this person will be needed to work 4pm to 10pm UTC Monday to Friday.\n\nWhy this job is exciting\n\n\nCody is an AI coding assistant that lives in your editor that can find, explain, and write code. Cody uses LLMs and the Sourcegraph search engine and code graph, providing answers that eliminate toil and keep human programmers in flow. You can think of Cody as your programmer buddy who has read through all the code on GitHub, all the questions on StackOverflow, and all your organization’s private code, and is always there to answer questions you might have or suggest ways of doing something based on prior knowledge.\n\n\nThe Cody Strategic team is aimed at turning the largest, most world-recognizable brands into Cody Champions. We do this by partnering with a small number of highly engaged strategic customers to build product functionality that enables these customers to successfully deploy the most-loved coding assistant, but at massive scale. You will work closely with the ML Infrastructure team, all the Cody teams across Cody’s e2e service stack, and teams across Sourcegraph to bring the best-of-class coding assistant to your favorite big brands. The Strat team focuses on one or two projects at a time, delivers and scales them, and then works to hand them off to the other Cody teams so that it just becomes part of how Cody is operated. This is high-impact work and has the attention of the entire company. You will be supported by Eng, Design, Product, Legal and the go-to-market teams, and you are joining a team of very talented and experienced engineers who have already accomplished amazing things in a short time. They will be there to help you hit the ground running and guide your work.\n\n\n📅 Within one month, you will…\n\n\n\n\n* Start building a trusting relationship with your peers, and learning the company structure.\n\n\n* Be set up to do local development, and be actively prototyping.\n\n\n* Ship a substantial new feature to end users.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n📅 Within three months, you will…\n\n\n\n\n* Be seen as a subject matter expert in all things Cody at Sourcegraph.\n\n\n* Be contributing actively to the world’s best coding assistant.\n\n\n* Be following all the relevant research, and conducting research of your own.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n📅 Within six months, you will…\n\n\n\n\n* Be fully ramped up and able to anticipate the needs of strategic customers.\n\n\n* Be ramped up on other relevant parts of the Sourcegraph product.\n\n\n* Be helping design and build what might become the biggest dev accelerator in 20 years.\n\n\n\n\n\nAbout you\n\n\nYou are a full-stack software engineer with at least 2 years of industry experience, equally comfortable with frontend and backend work as needed, with the ability to pick up frameworks quickly and deliver high-quality work. Ideally, you have worked directly with enterprise customers as a SaaS developer. Or perhaps you have worked with internal customers on large cross-functional projects. You should enjoy cross-functional, cross-company collaboration, since that is the bread and butter of the Cody Strat team.\n\n\nOur Strat customers are typically deployed with complex legacy configurations, and we often need to build bridges into those systems. Much of the Strat work is becoming ML-oriented in nature, as our investment in Cody AI increases and our Strat customers become early adopters. LLMs and their ecosystem are at the core of Cody’s architecture, so you ideally have prior experience working with LLM-based applications, and should be seeking to increase your knowledge of AI/ML as the space quickly evolves.\n\n\nRequirements:\n\n\n\n\n* Comfortable with developing and deploying software and services on at least one major Cloud provider, with preference for experience with GCP, as most of your Cloud work will be on GCP.\n\n\n* Comfortable with at least the basics of Docker, Kubernetes, Linux, and systems programming\n\n\n* Experience with Go (minimum) and in an ideal world, TypeScript, Java, and various scripting languages\n\n\n* You have used Cody and understand Cody’s current architecture, and you have your own opinions about the directions it could and should go next.\n\n\n\n\n\n\nNice-to-haves: (All optional, but each would enable you to have even higher impact.)\n\n\n\n\n* Postgres. If you have very deep Postgres experience, you may be in luck.\n\n\n* Node.js. Cody’s cross-client logic is largely in Node.js, and being able to contribute there is helpful.\n\n\n* Understanding of the modern LLM ecosystem especially as it pertains to coding and AI assistants, including the basics of prompt engineering and retrieval-augmented generation (RAG) applications.\n\n\n* Understanding of compiler construction, and experience working with tools that work with code. We have a code graph that is central to Cody’s operation, and you may be working with it at scale.\n\n\n* Frontend programming with React. If you have this specialty, it’s often in demand on this team, e.g. for delivering new administrative workflows and user onboarding experiences.\n\n\n* Rust. More and more of our code is being written in Rust, and you may need to fiddle with it at some point.\n\n\n* Kotlin and Java Swing, since one of our flagship Cody clients is IntelliJ, and it is often in need of Enterprise-specific features to help close large deals.\n\n\n* Plugin development with Neovim or Emacs. Our Strat customers come in all shapes and sizes.\n\n\n\n\n\nLevel\n\n\n📊 This job is an IC2.  You can read more about our job leveling philosophy in our Handbook.\n\nCompensation\n\n\n💸 We pay you an above-average salary because we want to hire the best people who are fully focused on helping Sourcegraph succeed, not worried about paying bills. You will have the flexibility to work and live anywhere in the world (unless specified otherwise in the job description), and we’ll never take your location or current/past salary information into account when determining your compensation.  As an open and transparent company that values equitable and competitive compensation for everyone, our compensation ranges are visible to every single Sourcegraph Teammate. To determine your salary, we use a number of market and data-driven salary sources and target the high-end of the range, ensuring that we’re always paying above market regardless of where you live in the world.  \n\n\n💰The target compensation for this role is $141,500 USD base.\n\n\n📈 In addition to our cash compensation, we offer equity (because when we succeed as a company, we want you to succeed, too) and generous perks & benefits.\n\nInterview process\n\n\nBelow is the interview process you can expect for this role (you can read more about the types of interviews in our Handbook). It may look like a lot of steps, but rest assured that we move quickly and the steps are designed to help you get the information needed to determine if we’re the right fit for you… Interviewing is a two-way street, after all! \n\n\nWe expect the interview process to take 5.5 hours in total.\n\n\n\n\n👋 Introduction Stage - we have initial conversations to get to know you better…\n\n\n\n\n* [30m] Recruiter Screen \n\n\n* [60m] Peer Technical Interview / Resume Deep Dive\n\n\n\n\n\n\n🧑‍💻 Team Interview Stage - we then delve into your experience in more depth and introduce you to members of the team…\n\n\n\n\n* [60m] Code Walkthrough\n\n\n* [60m] Pairing Exercise\n\n\n* [30m] Stakeholders Interview\n\n\n* [30m] Values Interview\n\n\n\n\n\n\nğŸŽ‰ Final Interview Stage - we move you to our final round, where you gain a better understanding of our business and values holistically…\n\n\n\n\n* [60m] Hiring Manager Interview\n\n\n* [30m] Leadership Interview with co-founder \n\n\n* We check references and conduct your background check\n\n\n\n\n\n\nPlease note - you are welcome to request additional conversations with anyone you would like to meet, but didn’t get to meet during the interview process. \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to Design, SaaS, Java, Cloud, Engineer and Backend jobs that are similar:\n\n $50,000 — $95,000/year\n
\n\n#Benefits\n 💰 401(k)\n\nğŸŒŽ Distributed team\n\n⏰ Async\n\n🤓 Vision insurance\n\n🦷 Dental insurance\n\n🚑 Medical insurance\n\n🏖 Unlimited vacation\n\n🏖 Paid time off\n\n📆 4 day workweek\n\n💰 401k matching\n\n🏔 Company retreats\n\n🏬 Coworking budget\n\n📚 Learning budget\n\n💪 Free gym membership\n\n🧘 Mental wellness budget\n\n🖥 Home office budget\n\n🥧 Pay in crypto\n\n🥸 Pseudonymous\n\n💰 Profit sharing\n\n💰 Equity compensation\n\n⬜️ No whiteboard interview\n\n👀 No monitoring system\n\n🚫 No politics at work\n\nğŸŽ… We hire old (and young)\n\n
\n\n#Location\nSan Francisco, California, United States
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