# E-Team

# Common

  • Represents e-team as if every decision was made by themselves. Delivers any concerns straight to the e-team.
  • Follows handbook-first approach and encourages others to do so. Constantly contributes to the handbook. Makes sure everything in the company works just like the handbook says. Strives to make organization simple.
  • Constantly contributes to the team performance and efficiency.
  • Constantly improves the quality of the team output.
  • Is involved in the company's decisions and operations.
  • Keeps in touch with external trends that impact the business: understanding the latest tendencies and predict possible market changes.
  • Understands how the decision impacts short-term and long-term cash flows and profitability.
  • Law restrictions knowledge: understanding the impact for the business out of decisions made, partnerships announced, or new regulations to take effect.
  • Effectively delegates, trust others, and give others enough opportunities to grow.
  • Develops the team skills and performance. Mentors others.
  • Defines clear objectives for the team. Makes sure the team delivers them. Removes obstacles.
  • Encourages the team for continuous learning.
  • Confronts problems as they arise. Independently prioritizes based on company strategic goals.
  • Being transparent on both positive and negative feedback.
  • Makes quarterly performance reviews on time. Informs when someone requires a promotion.
  • Master of emotional intellect. Controls self emotions and understands others.
  • Serves as a role model for others in the team.
  • Efforts in team independence.

# Development

# Infrastructure

  • Inherits Infrastructure Engineering competencies (opens new window).
  • Proficiency in Kubernetes administration and security. Deeply understands how k8s work inside.
  • Constantly improving infrastructure stability. Prevents long and repeated outages.
  • Constantly improves infrastructure maintenability (monitoring, logging, alert management).

# Customer Success