At DICK’S Sporting Goods, we believe in how positively sports can change lives. On our team, everyone plays a critical role in creating confidence and excitement by personally equipping all athletes to achieve their dreams. We are committed to creating an inclusive and diverse workforce, reflecting the communities we serve.
If you are ready to make a difference as part of the world’s greatest sports team, apply to join our team today!
As Engineering Manager, you will be given a chance to contribute to the products we create, help grow the next generation of engineering talent, and help shape the technology strategy of the enterprise. In addition, you will be given the chance to work with our most strategic vendors to ensure that 3rd party tools and applications are readily available to all product teams that are interested in using them. The Engineering Manager will also play a part in driving change management and process improvement.
This is a full time remote opportunity. We have multiple openings at this level within our different teams.
- Data-driven Product and Service Improvement: Develop data-driven analyses to surface new opportunities to differentiate and improve products and user experiences, ensuring consistency across digital products, services, and channels.
- Digital Strategy/Transformational Projects Execution: Manage and deliver end-to-end digital programs and initiatives, leveraging agile and design-thinking principles to drive sustainable implementation.
- Digital Talent Development: Develop digital training and development programs to meet identified needs; run leadership development programs to enable personal transformations on digital.
- Digital Vision and Strategy: Conceptualize elements of digital strategy/digital-enabled business change projects. Develop approaches to programmatically deliver successful digital innovation engagements.
- Project Management: Manage a portfolio of projects while reporting to senior colleagues.
- Quality: Develop new methods, tools and programs for quality assurance. Lead developmental initiatives or programs within an area of expertise.
- Budgeting: Contribute to the development of budget plans and/or deliver budget plans with guidance from senior teammates.
- Information Security: Lead in detecting and analyzing cybersecurity incidents including attacks, breaches, and identified vulnerabilities and remediate any security gaps in line with the security incident management procedure.
- Leadership and Direction: Communicate the actions needed to implement the function's strategy and business plan within the team;explain the relationship to the broader organization's mission, vision and values; motivate people to commit tothese and to doing extraordinary things to achieve local business goals.
- Organizational Capability Building: Use the organization's formal development framework to identify the team's individual development needs. Plan and implement actions, including continuing professional development specified by professional or regulatory institutions, to build their professional capabilities. Provide informal training or coaching to others throughout the organization in own area of expertise to enable others to improve performance and fulfill personal potential.
- Performance Management: Manage and report on the performance of a substantial, diverse team; set appropriate performance objectives for direct reports or project / account team members and hold them accountable for achieving these; take appropriate corrective action where necessary to ensure the achievement of team / personal objectives.
- Program/Portfolio Management Support: Manage a program of work while reporting to senior teammates leveraging assigned product management team processes and protocols.
- Drives Engagement: Creates a climate where people are motivated to do their best to help the organization achieve its objectives. For example, shares insight into the purpose of the work, involves others appropriately and gives them credit for their contributions. Praises the successes of others.
- Strategic Mindset: Sees ahead to future possibilities and translates them into breakthrough strategies. For example, knows whatto prioritize for the greatest strategic impact on the organization. Takes industry and market trends into account in decisions. Explores possibilities that may impact the team or organization in the future.
- Decision Quality: Makes good and timely decisions that keep the organization moving forward. For example, knows when to act independently and when to escalate issues. Integrates various inputs, decision criteria, and trade-offs to make effective decisions. Typically makes good independent decisions.
- Courage: Steps up to address difficult issues, saying what needs to be said. For example, shares own ideas and points of view openly, regardless of potential criticism or risk; shows conviction when faced with adversity and challenges; raises difficult topics to be sure they are addressed.
- Collaborates: Builds partnerships and works collaboratively with others to meet shared objectives. For example, readily involves others to accomplish goals; stays in touch and shares information; discourages "us versus them" thinking; shows appreciation for others' ideas and input.
- Customer Focus: Builds strong customer relationships and delivers customer-centric solutions. For example, keeps in contact with customers to ensure problems are resolved, or to improve customer service. Studies customer feedback and emerging customer needs and uses these to determine some creative new ideas.
- Action Oriented: Takes on new opportunities and tough challenges with a sense of urgency, high energy, and enthusiasm. For example, takes immediate, decisive, independent action to resolve issues or problems. Persists as needed. Quickly and consistently identifies and pursues beneficial new opportunities.
- Builds Effective Teams: Builds strong-identity teams that apply their diverse skills and perspectives to achieve common goals. For example, connects with others on team projects and leverages their strengths and knowledge to deliver the best possible results. Champions the decisions of the team and operates in a way that builds team spirit.
- Develops Talent: Develops people to meet both their career goals and the organization's goals. For example, consistently shares ideas, insight, and best practices to help people reach their development goals and achieve optimal results. Shares targeted feedback in a prompt, constructive, and encouraging manner.
- Instills Trust: Gains the confidence and trust of others through honesty, integrity, and authenticity. For example, is consistently honest and straightforward; shares uncomfortable information in a clear and helpful manner.Maintains high ethical standards and professional codes of conduct.
- Tech Savvy: Anticipates and adopts innovations in business-building digital and technology applications. For example, is anearly adopter of new technologies, technical skills, and capabilities that improve performance. Regularly experiments with and leverages technologies and tools to substantially improve performance.
- Bachelor's Degree
- Master's Degree or Equivalent Level Preferred
- 7 to 10+ years of relevant experience
- 2-3 years experience supervising and directing people and other resources to achieve specific end results within limited timeframes
- Tech stack requirements vary from team to team. Experience within these platforms: Java, SpringBoot, Kotlin, .Net Core, Kafka, ReactNative
Targeted Pay Range: $95,200 – $158,800. This is part of a competitive total rewards package that could include other components such as: incentive, equity and benefits. Individual pay is determined by a number of factors including experience, location, internal pay equity, and other relevant business considerations. We review all teammate pay regularly to ensure competitive and equitable pay.