- 3+ years as a developer advocate / evangelist
- 2+ years as a manager of developer advocacy teams
- Technical background (development, support, consulting, etc...)
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is looking for an experienced manager and developer advocate who can continue to grow our international team, increase their reach, and help define how they'll accelerate our ever-growing serverless business. Don't worry, you'll still get to create content and present at events (after all that's some of the most fun stuff!)
In this role you'll be working closely with product teams, our customers' development teams, marketing, and business intelligence teams to shape the critical role that developer advocacy plays in the serverless community and inside AWS. You'll be able to exercise your management skills, helping the team stretch and grow, while cementing bridges into other AWS teams that will see advocacy's role become more entwined with product and marketing strategies. Serverless is still a new technology, so your knowledge of architecture, application team dynamics, and the challenges of software development will come into play each day as you help set the content strategy, decide which events we participate in, and determine when and how we expand our reach in the community.
In the hands of the right person this role and team will help (re)define the intersection of community building, marketing, learning/training, and product feedback. If you're feeling bored where you are and want to build something exciting with a fun and talented team talk to us!
A day in the life
About the hiring group
The serverless team is at a vanguard of a new approach to software development: from architectures that focus on events, statelessness, and asynchronous execution, to guiding customers as they reduce the code they need to maintain and achieve security and scale targets that would have seemed nearly impossible just a decade ago. We are a collaborative, supportive group who understand that our success is found in the achievements of our customers.
- Managing an international team of developer advocates including hands-on mentoring and coaching
- Collaboratively defining the content and event strategy for serverless developer advocacy
- Connecting with marketing, product, and BI teams to build mechanisms that amplify and accelerate your team's, and their teams' work
- Defining the metrics that will help us grow the impact of developer advocacy today and in the future
- Pitching in with content creation and event presentations
- Experience with serverless technologies
- Experience in content marketing / developer marketing
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