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Developer Evangelist

HASH is a venture-backed startup developing software that eliminates information failure, led by Joel Spolsky and David Wilkinson. We're looking for an experienced developer evangelist to join our team. The successful candidate will lead community-building and educational efforts around our forthcoming Block Protocol, and related open-source tools, reporting directly to the company's CEO.

Requirements

  • CheckmarkA track record in building and scaling open-source communities from scratch
  • CheckmarkExpert-level knowledge of TypeScript and React
  • CheckmarkThe ability to communicate complicated technical concepts with clarity and in detail
  • CheckmarkOutstanding written and verbal English

Nice to have

  • Prior interest in the Semantic Web and/or multi-agent simulation is not required, but will be advantageous.
  • Candidates should familiarize themselves with HASH's product offering prior to interview.
  • Cultivating a developer-centric community for HASH (from Discord servers through to Twitter meme accounts) will be central to success in this role. Prior evidence of an ability to grow a following, both for a brand and in a personal capacity, will be critical to success in this role.


Pay & Benefits

  • Competitive salary and generous equity
  • At least 29 days of global annual holiday
  • US-based candidates: access to a 401(k) and fully comprehensive health insurance
  • A range of other country and location-specific benefits. Let us know where you’re applying from!

Our Mission

Our mission is to enable everybody to make the right decisions. We’re making raw information and expert knowledge understandable and usable by all.

The Company

HASH is a venture-backed startup based in New York and London. We're backed by venture capital firms as well as the founders of successful startups like Kaggle (the world’s largest data science community) and Stack Overflow (the world’s most-trafficked developer site).

The Product

Learn more about our Platform before applying to HASH.