At Epidemic Sound we are reinventing the music industry. Our carefully curated catalog, with over 35,000 tracks, is tailored for storytellers, streaming services, and in-store soundtracks. Countless clients around the world, from broadcasters, production companies, DSPs, and YouTubers rely on our tracks to help them tell their stories. Epidemic Sound’s music is heard in hundreds of millions of online videos daily, across millions of playlist streams, and in thousands of in-store locations. Headquartered in Stockholm, we’re spread across offices in New York City, Los Angeles, Seoul, Hamburg and Amsterdam. We’re growing fast, have lots of fun, and are taking the music industry with us.
Your main responsibility is to make sure the team is motivated, engaged and high-performing. You support the individuals in the team and ensure everyone is connected to the goals and efforts of the company.
As an engineering manager at Epidemic Sound, you are an integral part of the team's leadership that ultimately is responsible for the team reaching its goals.
You can expect to:
In order for you to thrive in this role, we believe that you:
This is a full-time position based at our HQ in Stockholm reporting to one of our Directors of Engineering.
The Music domain is all about our music and music creators. We provide the tools and infrastructure to ingest, package and distribute all of our music assets to wherever it needs to go. Currently focusing on:
The Core Experience domain is all about how storytellers (our users) interact with and experience our product. At the intersection of the great music from our music creators, and its path to soundtrack the content of our storytellers, we create a world class user experience. Currently focusing on:
Curious about our music? Find our music on Spotify here → https://open.spotify.com/user/...
We have lots of fun soundtracking the world and our annual Spring Bash is an event that captures this perfectly. Take a look at our most recent celebration!
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