Head of Developer Relations


Anywhere Remote Only

Full time

Developer Relations

Feb 20

About the Job

Drive awareness, deepen our developer relations, and become a key stakeholder in our company strategy as Unleash’s new Head of Developer Relations.

You will play a significant role at Unleash, where you’ll work in the critical nexus between our marketing team, our open-source community, and product development. In every room and every interaction, your job will be to provide the clear voice of a developer.

What does Unleash do?

Unleash is the biggest and fastest-growing open-source feature management platform in the market. We have an amazing community that actively engages with both our open-source and upper-tier enterprise offering.  

We are a strong team passionate about changing how organizations build software. Backed by some of the best investors in the world, we have high, thoughtful ambitions. We like to think we’re pretty fun, too. 

A diverse, supportive, and collaborative culture is a big part of our DNA. We look for people who are curious, creative, and inventive. We care a ton about building products that people love.

Job Responsibilities

  • Work closely with our CTO, Community Manager and Head of Marketing on building up a cohesive developer strategy and voice.
  • Design, develop, and implement the core metrics we’ll use to gauge our success in community growth and engagement
  • Thrive in the intersection between strategy, tactics, and execution.
  • Advise the board and leadership team as the voice of our developers
  • Educate our open-source community with engaging content like technical talks, blog posts, demos, and videos.
  • Engage with our online communities and forums populated by our target audience (Slack, GitHub, StackOverflow, etc).
  • Travel to engage with members of our developer community in person. 

Skills & Experience

  • You enjoy engaging directly with developer communities through improving experiences and providing new knowledge. You’ve had a steering role when engaging with open-source communities. 
  • You have at least 4 years of experience giving talks, developing demos, and planning workshops
  • You’ve produced webinars, videos, and technical content.
  • You’re quick to adapt to a fast-moving conference schedule, balancing CFP deadlines with show dates.
  • You have a meaningful social presence with engaged followers.
  • You possess deep expertise in developer advocacy and community engagement.

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