I rarely act as a "programmer" in my daily job. I lead a team of engineers and consider myself an engineer. I build features, fix bugs, work on APIs, DBs, etc., but I rarely ever have to write algorithms... and when I do... I just google the best way to do something and this has worked for me for the last decade.
I've wasted a lot of time being interviewed by people who want me to solve LeetCode style questions and I just don't care to get into them. I'm a lead engineer with a good resume and pay, and I want to maintain this kind of position throughout my career.
How do I tell companies that I'm not interested in fiddling with algorithms in order to interview with them?