The Uniswap Protocol is the largest decentralized trading and automated market making protocol (often called a DEX, “Decentralized Exchange”) on Ethereum.
 
The Uniswap Labs team was a major contributor to the Uniswap Protocol and now focuses on building a suite of products to support the Uniswap Labs ecosystem. Our team is one of the most impactful in crypto. We are based out of SoHo in New York City with the option to be partially or fully remote depending on the position.
We’re looking for great engineers and storytellers to represent Uniswap Labs with developer communities around the world, and inspire developers to build on the Uniswap Protocol.
 
As the first Developer Advocate, you’ll help build out our Developer Relations program that sits within our engineering organization. You’ll establish strong relationships with developers by crafting great resources to help them build with the Uniswap Protocol and developer tools, champion their interests, and translate their feedback into actionable insights for our product and engineering teams.
 
If you’re passionate about connecting with developers and being an active participant in the growing Web3/crypto community, trying out new technologies and sharing what you’ve learned, we’d love to chat!

Responsibilities:

  • Champion the Uniswap Protocol by building high-quality sample applications, demos, and developer tools, writing technical guides and tutorials, and publishing blog posts
  • Drive adoption of the Uniswap developer products and grow the ecosystem of DeFi apps, integrations, and services built on top of the Uniswap Protocol
  • Identify opportunities to engage with developers and grow our community in person and online, from speaking at conferences to hosting office hours on Twitter or Discord
  • Raise the bar for our documentation by working alongside engineers, product managers, and technical writers

Requirements:

  • You're a creative engineer who enjoys working on a large set of technologies, from writing React components to smart contracts in Solidity
  • Have a passion for building delightful developer experiences and vibrant developer communities
  • Strong communication skills, and the ability to convey complex topics simply to a large developer audience
  • Passionate about Ethereum, DeFi, and Web3/crypto

Nice to have:

  • Prior experience creating a Developer Relations program, writing technical articles, and building open source software
  • Experience with Ethereum/Solidity or other blockchains
  • Love for unicorns :)

Uniswap Lab's benefits include unlimited and encouraged time off, 100% company-paid medical, dental, & vision for you and your dependents, 401(k) participation, daily lunches at NY headquarters, and for remote employees: up to $2,000 USD home office setup stipend (all benefits are subject to applicable taxes and based on eligibility).

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