Dyte is building a low code, developer friendly SDK which allows you to add live video/audio in your product using just a few lines of code.
Since our primary users are developers, we are looking to onboard a developer relations manager who can foster strong developer relationships and be the face of Dyte for our growing community of users.
As a Developer Relations Manager, you will be a key part of the Developer Relations team, and be the face of Dyte across developer communities.
You will spearhead conversations at scale and help developers realise the value of Dyte's APIs.
Dyte is being used by lot of developers and you will be interacting with open-source contributors, power users and champions.
Build an outreach strategy to attract developers into the Dyte community.
Research/understand the target audience to build a community roadmap for 12 months.
Genuinely care for the community by proactively addressing their needs, responding to messages/posts and making time for important conversations with the individual members.
Engage with the audience and help the community to thrive by enabling 1 on 1 communication between the members.
Execute marketing campaigns in various channels to promote community programs to the existing user base as well as the external audience.
Forge relationships with the influencers, developer communities and open source organizations.
Strategize, plan and execute community events for a global audience.
Be the primary POC for Developers using Dyte SDKs.
Get a structured feedback on product & tech from Developers to make Dyte Better.
2+ years of experience as a Developer Relations Manager in SaaS-based companies.
Experience in moderating and managing discussions in forums, social media or online channels.
Excellent negotiation and persuasion skills with a knack for getting things done without any authority.
Previous experience with a developer community in any capacity.
Developer Experience in past.
Good to have:
Open source contributor.
Experience with organizing events as hackathon manager in the past.