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Munch is hiring!

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Munch is hiring a VP R&D!

Are you looking for your way into the creator economy revolution?
We're building the new Shopify for content creators! Munch is a content monetization platform packed with AI-based tools and services needed for creating quality long-form content. The type of content users will pay to consume. No ads, no fluffy content.
We’re looking for a Vice President (VP) of R&D who will play a pivotal role in the future of our company. Our VP of R&D will be responsible for the Munch Content Platform development process. You’ll be managing Software Engineers, and Team Leaders, collaborating with the product and support teams, as well as the Machine Learning research team.

Role and Responsibilities

The VP R&D will be a crucial member of the executive team, responsible for planning, and executing on product development roadmap. Reporting directly to the CEO, the VP R&D will:
Design, implement, and monitor all operations and key performance metrics/operational efficiency for the engineering team.
Recruit and develop top engineering talent.
Develop standards and methodologies to ensure quality standards are met and maintained.
Maintain and optimize budgets to meet goals.
Understand and collaborate on the complete product development lifecycle from concept to execution.
Recommends new technology and ideas to improve sprints and efficiency.
Build, develop, and manages the engineering team capable of carrying out initiatives.

Professional Qualifications

10 years of experience in engineering leadership roles.
Strong verbal, visual, and written communication skills with the ability to explain approach to all levels in the organization including key stakeholders.
Able to think strategically and see the big picture.
Experience managing a distributed team.
Proven success working closely with Product Management, contributing to the product strategy and helping to successfully deliver on the product roadmap.
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