My Dublin based client is looking for an Engineering Manager to join their Mobile department on a permanent basis.
My Dublin based client is looking to hire a technical engineering manager that can work with the Dublin product engineering team. You will continue to build out the existing products, while also developing brand new product lines.
As the engineering manager you will mentor technical leads and engineers. All product teams are independent and your role will be more coach than manager. It’s important to be able to provide technical guidance occasionally and to be up to date on modern technical advances.
If you are interested in this role – please apply for this role with your updated CV and I will be in touch to discuss your application in detail. Or for a confidential discussion and insight into this client and role please reach out to Emmet at Eolas.
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