What We’re Looking For
Edge & Node (E&N) is looking for a seasoned technical program manager to drive our product and software development process as we enter a new phase of organizational scaling and growth. E&N is the team behind The Graph, a decentralized protocol for querying open APIs called subgraphs, which already has hundreds of users and hundreds of millions of dollars in tokens participating in the protocol.
After successfully completing a public token sale last year and then launching the decentralized network, E&N has a renewed mandate to work aggressively towards The Graph’s vision and now we have the resources to get there. We are looking at doubling our full-time headcount this year as well as collaborating with dozens more external contributors, including external domain expert consultants, and members of The Graph’s open source community. This scaling will support countless new products, features, protocol improvements, and other R&D initiatives.
As Technical Program Manager you will own defining and executing upon the processes that will allow E&N to scale our organization while continuing to ship products, software, and protocols at the high level of quality that our community has come to love us for.
Edge & Node is a globally distributed team. We work hard, but our remote-first team affords a high degree of autonomy and flexibility. Our few scheduled meetings tend to be in the morning, pacific standard time (PST). Most of our team, even at the individual contributor level, has started companies or led large teams and it shows in the way that people manage their own productivity. We’re mission-oriented, and hold one another accountable with results rather than vanity metrics like time spent at your desk. If you need to book a vacation, or make a doctor’s appointment, go for an afternoon run, or even just get some fresh air, we trust you to use your time effectively.
Despite being remote-first, our team is fairly tight-knit and often feels like a family. You can expect quarterly offsites (once Covid permits) in different parts of the world, where we strategize as a team, brainstorm around a whiteboard, go on team outings, have spirited and varied conversations over wine, coffee, or kombucha, and get to know each other on a personal level. We value diversity and bringing your whole self to work, including your weird hobbies, unique life experiences, cultural traditions, obscure music tastes, and whatever else makes you you. In addition to offsites, you’ll have the option to travel to conferences and meetups around the world, where you’ll get to know individual teammates on a more personal level and also build relationships with our users and community.
We pay competitive salaries to all team members, based on level of contribution and country of residence, and offer generous health benefits to U.S. based employees.