We are looking for a qualified leader to join our Support Product Specialist team as an SPS Manager. As an SPS Manager, you will coordinate the day-to-day operations of our SPS team, helping build up our Support team’s most senior talent, and encouraging a culture of high-quality work that benefits our Support, PM, and Engineering teams. An average work week might consist of attending our weekly meetings with PM and Engineering, facilitating 1:1s with SPS members, providing feedback and mentor on the work of our SPS members, and communicating our Support, Engineering, and PM teams with Support data trends to continue building a culture of product quality and Support-driven product development.Responsibilities
- Lead the SPS team: facilitate SPS meetings, prioritize incoming project work, provide empathetic and growth-oriented feedback for SPS members, and identify new areas for investment as part of our OKR planning and review cycles
- Develop and grow the SPS team: hold weekly 1:1s with SPS members, review and supervise critical metrics for the team, survey and elevate the SPS team’s critical feedback, build training opportunities for team members
- Present high-quality, data-driven insights (from our Support, SPS, and Escalations case data) to our Support, Engineering, and PM leadership teams to further a culture of product quality and supportability
- Identify improvement opportunities and areas to: reduce our Support case volume, reduce our mule volume, reduce customer effort, and improve the lives of our network support engineer team
- Promote a team culture of thoughtful critique and radically candid feedback
- Actively seek, identify, and assist with onboarding talent into SPS
On the Support Product Specialists team, we strongly value your continued professional development! We encourage you to spend 20% of your time:
- Acquiring certifications and learning programming languages
- Performing in-depth exploration of Meraki products
- Attending industry meetups, webinars, and conferences
- Exploring new tools and advancements in the field of computer networking
- You have at least two years experience managing a team of network or software engineers
- You have hands-on experience identifying and writing bug reports for networking technologies
- You have experience working with bug tracking / reporting software, such as JIRA or Salesforce
- You have acquired or are seeking “professional” level networking certification such as CCNP, CCIE, CWAP, CWNE, etc.
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