Inspire both customer and partner devs to build cool things with the Frame.io platform, advocate for their needs internally and externally, and assist them through the process as needed. And because this is our first Dev Advocate role, you can help us learn what else you think you should be doing!
As our first Developer Advocate, you'll own the roadmap, priorities, and execution for developer relations at Frame.io. You will inspire customer and partner developers to build cool things with the Frame.io platform, advocate for their needs internally and externally, and help them as needed.
In this role, you'll:
You're an empathetic translator, a writer, and above all, a technical storyteller. You do more than talk about technology: you present it with an enthusiasm that gets other people as excited as you are about driving adoption within a world-class ecosystem.
If you're successful, you will inspire and equip developers to build the next generation of amazing video applications, and in the process, transform Frame.io into a critical component of a deeply connected ecosystem.
Frame.io is changing the future of how videos are made by helping over 1 million creative professionals seamlessly collaborate from all over the world.
We’re backed by Accel, SignalFire, FirstMark, Jared Leto, and a host of other amazing investors. Our market-leading product is used and loved by companies such as Turner, Disney, NASA, Snapchat, BBC, BuzzFeed, TED, Adobe, Udemy, and many more.
We’re in an exciting period of growth and are on the hunt for talented and passionate individuals who share our vision for helping visual content creators produce their best work.
Our philosophy is simple. At Frame.io, we believe that working with people of different backgrounds and perspectives allows us to elevate each other and helps us build a better product for our users.
We’re proud to be an equal opportunity employer, and are committed to providing all employees with a work environment that celebrates individuality and remains free from any form of discrimination and harassment. We base our employment decisions on the needs of our business, job requirements, and applicants' qualifications. In other words, we only care that you’re the best person for the job.