Timescale is looking for a Developer Advocate to engage with our users and the broader Prometheus community and help solve their observability and monitoring challenges.
A Developer Advocate is a developer’s best friend. We are engineers with experience building the kinds of systems we advocate for. We are leaders and earnest participants in the developer community. We care deeply about inclusion and providing a positive experience for all developers everywhere we go. At Timescale, we believe we should be contributors not only to Timescale’s products and services but also for related communities, such as Prometheus and Postgres.
In this role, you’ll proactively reach out to the Timescale and Prometheus user communities, helping developers become successful with their observability and monitoring challenges. You’ll help users who use TimescaleDB as a long-term store for Prometheus to make sense of their metrics and observability data. You’ll collect feedback and share with the rest of the engineering team to help make our products better. You’ll also build amazing online content (articles, videos, blog posts, Twitch live streams) for Timescale as well as third-party developer sites and publications. You’ll build long-lasting relationships with community leaders around the world. If you love coding, big data, and community development, you’ll fit right at home here.
Oh, and Timescale is a developer-first company. There will never be confusion in this role about whether or not we’re a developer company. We are, and we embrace it. You’ll also work in an organization where even the marketing people write code. We love developers and you’ll fit right in if you love developers, too.
Experience and Skills:
Time Series data is everywhere, and Timescale is helping developers and companies make sense of it.
Businesses worldwide trust TimescaleDB for mission-critical applications from industries as varied as manufacturing, finance, utilities, telecom, mining, ad tech, oil & gas, and the smart home. Applications built on TimescaleDB include complex monitoring systems, IoT, industrial machine data analysis, geospatial asset tracking, operational data warehousing, and financial risk management; via the edge, on-premise, and cloud deployments.
The team is entirely remote and is backed by top tier investors, including Benchmark Capital, New Enterprise Associates, Icon Ventures, and Two Sigma Ventures.