Parity is one of the world's most experienced core blockchain infrastructure companies, having built and pioneered some of the most advanced technologies in the blockchain sector. Parity was founded by Dr. Gavin Wood, co-founder and former CTO of Ethereum, the primary engineer behind the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM), inventor of the Solidity programming language, and primary author of the Ethereum Yellowpaper.
Based in Berlin, London, and Lisbon with over 340 employees worldwide, Parity has built clients for Ethereum, Bitcoin, and Zcash and has pioneered a completely new, next-generation blockchain protocol with Polkadot and the framework it’s built with, Substrate. Parity builds the open-source technologies needed to power an unstoppable, decentralised web—known as Web3—and helps developers and organisations implement and build upon the Web3 tech stack.
About the team:
We are seeking an experienced Developer Relations Engineer to join our team and play a pivotal role in empowering our developer community. In this position, you will create and deliver engaging educational content, including tutorials, conference talks, workshops, YouTube videos, and Twitch streams. With your technical expertise, you'll help developers understand our technology and learn how to build on Polkadot. Join us at Parity Technologies to drive our long-term vision of powering a decentralized, interconnected future through the Polkadot ecosystem.
About the position:
- Create high-quality educational content for developers, including tutorials, the docs, YouTube videos, and Twitch streams.
- Work with the team to develop a content strategy that aligns with the team's goals and objectives.
- Deliver conference talks and workshops on Polkadot technology and related topics.
- Organize and participate in events, hackathons, and other developer outreach initiatives.
- Use knowledge of Rust to develop demos and code examples to demonstrate Polkadot's technology and help developers build on the platform.
- Engage with the developer community to foster a sense of community and drive adoption of Polkadot's technology.
- Working autonomously in a fast-paced, highly collaborative environment with an emphasis on cross-team communication.
- You are an experienced Developer Relations Engineer with a track record of creating high-quality educational content for developers, including tutorials, documentation, videos, and live streams.
- You have a keen understanding of content strategy and can align your work with team goals and objectives.
- You are comfortable presenting at conferences and workshops, sharing your knowledge on various technologies.
- You have been involved in organizing and participating in events, hackathons, and other developer outreach initiatives, demonstrating your commitment to fostering strong developer communities.
- You have a solid knowledge of the Rust programming language.
- You thrive in fast-paced, highly collaborative environments and are skilled at cross-team communication.
- You are familiar with the Web3 space and understand its key concepts.
- You have demonstrated an interest in blockchain/Web3/Polkadot technologies, and a proactive approach to learning about these systems.
About working for us:
For everyone who joins us:
- Competitive remuneration packages, including tokens (where legally possible), based on iterative market research
- Remote-first, global working environment with flexible hours
- Collaborative, fast-paced, and self-initiating culture, designed to mimic an open source workflow
- Energising and collaborative team and company retreats all over the world
- Opportunity to learn more about Web3 while on the job, with access to some of the brightest minds in this space; we have plenty of educational initiatives such as internal sessions, all-hands, AMAs, hackathons, etc.
- Teammates who are genuinely excited about their job, impact, and Parity’s mission
- Opportunity to relocate to Germany or Portugal
For those joining us as employees in Germany, Portugal, or the U.K.:
- 28 paid vacation days per year
- Work laptop (macOS or Linux-based) and equipment to enable you to work successfully
- £2,500 yearly learning and development budget for conferences or courses of your choice
Not a perfect match to our requirements? We're still excited to receive your application and hear how you think you can help us achieve our mission.
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