Airbyte is the open-source standard for EL(T). We enable data teams to replicate data from applications, APIs, and databases to data warehouses, lakes, and other destinations. We believe only an open-source approach can solve the problem of data integration, as it enables us to cover the long tail of integrations while enabling teams to adapt pre-built connectors to their needs.
 
So far, we've built over 350 connectors and have had 35,000+ companies replicating data with us. We've raised $181M from some of the world's top investors (Benchmark, Accel, Altimeter, Coatue, Y Combinator, etc.) and believe in product-led growth, where we build something awesome and let our product bring the users, rather than an outbound sales engine with cold calls.
 
Airbyte is remote friendly, with most of the team still based in Silicon Valley. We’re fully transparent as a company. Our company handbookcore valuesmethodologystrategy and roadmap are open to all.
 
If you find this role exciting, we encourage you to apply even if you think you don’t meet all requirements.
 

Opportunity

We are looking for a passionate and visionary Director of Developer Relations to lead our efforts in engaging and expanding our developer community. This role is crucial for promoting Airbyte’s platform adoption and fostering an engaging environment for our developers. Our goal is to make Airbyte the standard way to move data for all practitioners, with ubiquity measured in daily active users as a company goal. 

This is a unique opportunity to build and grow our DevRel organization. You will be part of the executive team and report directly to the co-founder.

The ideal candidate will have a robust technical background with a great understanding of the data & AI ecosystem, excellent communication & team management skills, and a proven track record in building and managing developer communities.

What You'll Do

  • Own, develop and implement strategies to engage and grow the Airbyte developer community.
  • Lead and expand the team responsible for developer relations and community engagement.
  • Partner closely with product and engineering to funnel product feedback from the community and support our feature launches. 
  • Own and develop our meetup program and collaborate closely with partners to bring high value content to our meetup group “Data Bytes”. We will host a monthly practitioner-focused meetup on either data engineering or AI engineering. 
  • Engage with developer communities and Partners to collaborate on content, events, code contribution, talks, anything to drive adoption of Airbyte.

What You'll Need

  • You have 5+ years in developer advocacy roles
  • You have 5+ years of experience in software/data engineering
  • You have strong management skills and can lead a high performing team.
  • You have a working knowledge of databases, data platforms and developer tools
  • You can write code, demos, and tutorials.
  • You are scrappy and have a mindset that done is better than perfect. 
  • You have crystal clear communication and you can make complex topics simple and elegant.
  • You can go above and beyond to ensure the success of your projects.
  • You share our values

Location

  • San Francisco Bay Area. Hybrid, twice per week in office.

We provide

  • Relocation - should you be applying to a San Francisco based role, Airbyte will assist with U.S. relocation to make this a seamless transition and compensate you well.
  • Unlimited Paid Time Off - we need you at your best at all times. Our expected minimum time off of 25 PTO days per year lets you schedule your work around your life.
  • Parental leave (for both parents) - we offer 16 weeks of paid parental leave for all new parents so you have time to adjust to the new life (and work) schedule introduced by your new bundle of joy.
  • Open book policy - we will pay for books you purchase for your professional and career development. 
  • Continuous learning/training policy - we sponsor you for the conferences and training programs you feel would add to your development in the company. 
  • Competitive benefits package for US-based employees, including:
    • Blue Shield or Kaiser Medical Insurance 
      • Airbyte covers 100% for both employees and dependents
    • Dental (including child & adult ortho) & Vision Insurance
      • Airbyte covers 100% for both employees and dependents
    • Life and AD&D Insurance
      • Airbyte covers 100% for employees
    • Short-term Disability Insurance 
      • Airbyte covers 100% for employees
    • Long-term Disability Insurance
      • Airbyte covers 100% for employees
  • Healthcare insurance stipend for those outside the US whose countries do not provide it for free.
  • 401k for US-based employees.
  • FSA (flexible spending account)
  • Work Visas We currently sponsor H1B Transfers, TN Visas, and Green Cards. All other Visa requests will be discussed on a case by case basis to determine if we can sponsor.
Salary for this job- $217,000 - $250,000  + a generous equity package, and benefits listed above for US Market. 
 
Airbyte is an equal opportunity employer that does not discriminate on the basis of actual or perceived race, creed, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, genetic information, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, familial status, domestic violence victim status, veteran or military status, or any other legally recognized protected basis under federal, state or local laws. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records. 
Airbyte is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities in our job application procedures. Please let us know if you need assistance or accommodation due to a disability.
 
 

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