As a manager of an engineering team, which is part of the core Payments Systems at Udemy, you’ll be responsible for leading a team of developers that build mission critical tools, API integrations and services for internal and external clients / systems.
As with all parts of Udemy, having customer focus and a sharp data-driven mindset will be needed to analyse the performance goals of services / tools.
Towards this goal, you will work in close collaboration with product managers, designers, user researchers, and other development teams at Udemy.
Here’s what you’ll be doing :
Team scope sits in the middle of Udemy’s core transaction and revenue operations, which requires consuming or building (micro)services for the other systems
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