Founded in 2015, Headway was born out of a passion to bring entrepreneurial ideas to market and keep them there. We work holistically with our client partners as a true extension of their product team, not just as the technical execution arm of their business. If we see something broken, whether that's a workflow, a marketing or messaging strategy, or a needless feature, we speak up, and our clients trust us to help them fix it.
Because we're more than just designers and developers, we achieve results that bring successful long-term partnerships and trusted referrals. We help entrepreneurs build a business ―not just an app. This approach, coupled with realistic and incremental software releases, results in a friendly, fun, and collaborative atmosphere where our colleagues and clients both have room to learn and grow.
See how our clients talk about our approach and check out some of the recognition we've received so far. Discover how we show our clients appreciation with unique holiday gifts each year. Or, if you're a podcast fan, check out Seaworthy, where we explore ways to help companies grow and scale their business and ideas. We're excited about what we've achieved in the last few years, but we're just getting started. We need your help to take us to the next level!
A Day In The Life
During a typical work week, our crew members enjoy a balanced assignment of 35 hours on client projects with the ability to invest the other 5 hours on a combination of individual goals and team meetings. Each quarter, we take a full week away from client work to focus on team goals and internal project initiatives. These weeks alternate between a retreat style destination that encourages team bonding and goal setting, and a more focused week-long design and development sprint at our primary office in Wisconsin. Check out some of our team week recaps and years in review to get a feel for how much fun it is to work at Headway!
What Does Success Look Like?
During your first 2-4 weeks at Headway, you'll receive extensive on the job training including a customized trail of technical assessments and assignments. This training covers fundamentals of our core technologies, the way we delegate tasks within a development team, our git process and workflow, testing strategies, tips for successful client interactions, and much more.
You'll have dedicated pairing time scheduled with various colleagues to cover different skills, and we'll even participate in several mock client meetings so your first standup or sprint planning meeting doesn't carry with it the weight of your first client interaction. After this training period, you'll be successfully contributing to new feature work on a client project in the context of a team. You'll also be participating in daily standups, sprint planning meetings, and retrospectives. Welcome aboard!
Each week, you'll meet with your team lead to ensure that you have the time and attention you need to be successful. Your needs and questions will always come first in this meeting, but other topics discussed include:
Quarterly and Annual Reviews
In addition to weekly touch point meetings, more formal quarterly reviews are scheduled to discuss successes and areas for growth identified over the last 3 months. We have annual performance assessments and salary reviews, though we reserve the right to provide a merit based pay raise at any time. Most crew members achieve between a 2% and 5% raise each year within their same role, but bigger jumps are possible when roles or responsibilities increase. We're here to grow with you sustainably over the long term.
Experience and Results At Every Level
With an experienced leadership team encompassing design, development, sales, marketing, and operations, Headway is poised for an amazing 2019. Our business is guided by EOS and we have strong processes, documentation, and people to support your growth and development at Headway. As they say, “Train people well enough so they can leave, treat them well enough so they don't want to.” For more on that, check out our benefits!
Why Should You Apply?
The Hiring Process
If after we review your application and we choose to move forward, the following interviews will typically take place over the course of 3-5 days (depending on scheduling):
As a Developer at Headway, you are client and user-focused while executing on the details of each project and keeping it on course. This requires fostering individual learning and growth of less senior folks on the team as well as narrowing in on project specific details and client needs. You help your team reach and execute on a shared vision to ensure each release lands successfully on time and budget.
When communicating with clients during sprint planning, retros, and release demos, you help monitor features and architecture as project requirements change, and direct emergent requirement discussions back to the core focus of a minimum viable product (MVP). In doing so, you help manage a client's expectations and project scope to the budget they have allowed while still ensuring we're building the most valuable features first.
As a Developer at Headway you focus on the following:
Help us make a difference, make waves, and make Headway!
If this sounds like you, we’d love to have you apply! This position is open to developers local to the Green Bay, WI area. If you don’t feel that you meet or exceed the requirements above, we encourage you to apply to our Apprentice Developer position! We have a track record of bringing up driven developers and would love to coach you through the next phase of your career.
About the job:
We are seeking a Project Manager to join our Professional Services team. Our Data business is growing and as a Project Manager you will be responsible for leading one or more project teams in delivering end-to-end projects and solutions to our existing and new customers.
Project planning, management & monitoring
Project Governance & KPIs
Communication & Stakeholder Management
Have you spent the past five years managing software engineers?
Do you have a proven track record of building teams that deliver complex software on-time and in-budget?
Are you ready to take your career to the next level and work with the best engineers on the planet?
If so, we want to meet you!
Theorem (formerly Citrusbyte) is a team of craftspeople and experts who build amazing products and believe in cultivating a high degree of leadership in all of our people. We build medium and large-scale applications that solve our customers' business-critical problems.
As an experienced Engineering Manager you will manage a team of 10 to 15 engineers operating in small squads of 4-5 engineers and work directly with Product, Research and Design teams as well as customer stakeholders and technical leads to build complex custom software applications.
While this is a remote friendly role, the engineering manager should expect to travel to client site one week every other month on average.
Responsibilities and Duties
As an engineering manager supporting the development of a product, you are responsible for:
Strategy and Consulting
Hiring and Training
Managing and Directing
Engineering and Delivery
You are smart and talented. You like to get the work done! You want to collaborate in a consultative environment and guide our clients in best practices in order to achieve great project success in addition to contributing to the growth of a great company. Tell us more about you!
Benefits and Perks
REMOTE FIRST - Work from your location when not traveling to client site.
TEAM RETREAT - Once a year the entire Theorem team gets together at an inspiring location to meet, work and play.
HEALTHY BODY, HEALTHY MIND - HAPPY TEAM - We offer paid vacation and support healthy lifestyles through our physical fitness benefits program.
HEALTHCARE & FINANCE - We have comprehensive medical, dental, vision, and life insurance plans, plus we have a 401k plan.
About the Job:
You will be working across all of Scrapinghub’s Product teams, with a remote team spanning from Russia to Toronto, and will be responsible for improving how we develop software.
Standard PM skills (what needs to be done, who’s responsible, and when it is expected) will of course be needed.
Beyond that, you should have have a strong record of driving the following: Visibility, within the team and to stakeholders both internal external; Predictability, for internal planning and for customers that depend on us; and Ownership, both personal and among the team, to ensure products meet defined business objectives and are launched on time and within budget.
While the processes we have in place have brought us success thus far, we know these need to be adjusted, amended, or potentially replaced to take us to the next level. This will be one of the core functions of this role and you will have a high degree of autonomy to get us there.
Ideally you’ve done this job before, either in mid-stage company or across several smaller departments at a larger company, and have a concrete history of getting results.
We are searching for people with a drive to explore, experiment, and learn new technologies. Are you comfortable working in a highly collaborative, consensus-oriented, open environment and as part of a globally-distributed team? Then you might be just the person we need.
Location: Americas (remote); SF Bay Area preferred
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Founded in 2007, Citrusbyte is a technology consulting company with a focus on how we do the work as a means to achieve great results.
Our customers, F1000's and startups alike, come to us because they need to change how something is done in order to succeed and they're looking for a solution that isn’t just about technology — but also people, process and leadership. We consult, form a diverse team of experts, and deliver strategy and execution under one roof.
Our Services range from new product development, pure R&D, legacy modernization, pricing strategy development, revenue generation, process optimization, to organizational transformation and cultural design.
Working at Citrusbyte
At Citrusbyte, we believe that creating an environment where great people can flourish is the best strategy for our business and and the best way to solve our clients problems and deliver the greatest value.
Our focus on culture is supported by our shared vision to build a company where we want to work for the long-term. We avoid egos and embrace distributed leadership. We grow from constantly being challenged and seek to understand when presented with ideas we don't understand. We respect each other, default to trust and treat each other like adults and we also hold each other accountable for commitments. There is a lot about our culture that makes us great and we're continually looking to improve it. Read what we've published about our culture.
We’re looking for an experienced product manager to join the team at Citrusbyte. It is expected that you have lived the full product lifecycle, having brought multiple products to market.
In this role, you will lead a team of 10-14 engineers operating in small squads of 2-3 engineers and work directly with a research and design team and customer technical leads to build complex custom software applications.
Responsibilities and Duties
As a product manager supporting the technical development of a product, you are responsible for communicating the overall product guidance, vision, and prioritization, planning, and stakeholder communication. As the voice of the product, you will help the engineers organize incremental releases that achieve the product’s short-term goals and align with the product’s long-term vision. You’ve got to be a quick study and become a domain expert in the areas required for your products: You need to know the business opportunities, competitors, customer pain points and technical details about each product. The Product Manager is also a guide. Clients and engineerings will look to you to chart out the approach that will deliver business-driven results within a committed time and budget.
You will work closely with our designers who actually do the design & wireframing but you should be able to roll up your sleeves to create and make changes to wireframes yourself.
We are looking for smart, driven & talented people who want to work in a consultative environment, help our clients have great projects and also contribute to the growth of a great company. Tell us more about you!
Fexa is looking for a Software Implementation Project Manager to join our remote team as we continue to expand our already growing customer base. This position’s primary responsibility is to manage the post-sales onboarding process for new customers effectively.
Additionally, the Software Implementation Project Manager will manage the day-to-day onboarding and customization activities while acting as a liaison between the client and the development team. Strong time management, organization, and communication skills are critical for success in this role.
Experience and Skills Desired: