Developer Advocate

  • Location

    United States

  • Sector:

    Software Engineering

  • Job type:


  • Contact:

    Jason Rumney

  • Contact email:


  • Consultant:

    Jason Rumney

Our client a global leader in building websites are making the world amazing for developers of all backgrounds. They’re excited to support and contribute to open-source platforms, tools, and processes. NOTE THIS ROLE CAN BE BASED ANYWHERE!


They are building a Developer Relations dream team and looking for Developer Advocates helping them make the world better for developers!


As a Developer Advocate you will be:

  • Passionate about helping developers connect people and communities through the cloud. You have solid communication skills, with the dexterity required to be both a strong tech writer and a dynamic public speaker. You’re a self-starter who can manage and prioritize initiatives that make our developers and platform the most successful.

  • You have experience as a developer advocate, developer evangelist, or in an external developer-focused role, as well as proven experience working with 3rd party communities. You’re also adept at social media and blogging, and can travel locally and globally when required.


  • Build a large and vibrant community, initiating and nurturing great relationships with developers online and in your city.

  • 3 years experience plus 

  • Network with top developer thought leaders in your local community and earn their trust and respect

  • Win the hearts and minds of developers by building and/or contributing to key OSS projects and building cool, useful, or productive apps.

  • Build relationships with key influencers, foster a healthy technical community and collect and prioritize product feedback and technical blockers with engineering.

  • Create content, videos, and samples from beginner to best practice that demonstrate how to develop, deploy, manage, and scale Corvid applications.

  • Champion relevant products and services in your local community at conferences, meetups, coding boot camps, online forums, Twitter, Stack Overflow, Hacker News, and more.