DevRev

DevRev is bringing AI and Design to software and customer reliability engineering. The software industry is wasting hundreds of billions of dollars in activities that are bound to become autonomous with machine intelligence (think “self-driving”), provided one cleverly replaces existing systems of record. We are building a highly engaging system of record that promises to make product development and customer service joyous! DevRev brings our customers (Developers) closer to their customers (Revenue).

The company has raised what is presumably the Valley's largest-ever seed round, and we are run by founders who have built companies from scratch to NASDAQ-listed. DevRev is solving a difficult AI and design problem, and the early employees are committed to the marathon of company-building and hard problem-solving.

Job Description

We are looking for someone who loves to blur the lines between creativity and technology; between technology and business. If you have strong coding skills, love to educate, communicate, and help other developers, we are looking for you. We are building a team of Developer Advocates who have a strong passion for technology and a strong penchant for communication, both written and verbal. We are expanding fast and looking to grow our team globally.

Responsibilities:

  • Write code to help other developers and to build Product-led growth based experiences and applications.
  • Write in-depth articles and blogs on technical topics.
  • Be willing to create content and speak at conferences, create videos, livestream and find ways to reach, educate and inspire other developers.
  • Help build online communities by assisting other fellow developers on Discord, Reddit, Hackernews, and other social channels.
  • Help with content creation and other digital marketing activities, including leading outreach campaigns to build and nurture developer communities.

Requirements:

  • Strong understanding and experience in front-end development, including HTML, CSS, and Javascript.
  • Experience with Javascript frameworks. Any experience with Node, Gatsby, and React, or Vue strongly preferred. 
  • Excellent writing skills with publicly available examples.
  • Excellent presentation skills. Publicly available videos of talks strongly preferred.

Culture

The foundation of DevRev is its culture -- our commitment to those who are hungry, humble, honest, and who act with heart. Our vision is to help build the earth’s most customer-centric companies. Our mission is to leverage design, data engineering, and machine intelligence to empower engineers to embrace their customers. That is DevRev!

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