Lead, Developer Relations, Apac

Last update 2024-04-20
Expires 2024-05-20
ID #2100701833
Lead, Developer Relations, Apac
Uganda, Northern Region, Apac,
Modified April 4, 2024


We're seeking a Lead, Developer Advocacy to join our Developer Relations team, driving enablement and engagement for our developer community in APAC.

As developers increasingly choose Mongo DB as their data platform, you'll be crafting compelling resources and content, igniting enthusiasm, and leading a diverse, regional team of talented Developer Advocates.

From startups to Fortune 500 companies, you'll empower developers to integrate advanced data capabilities into their apps and solutions.

If you're passionate about Data and enjoy fostering a vibrant developer ecosystem, join us in shaping the future of development on Mongo DB.

Our Developer Relations teams are distributed around the world and a majority of the group works remotely..

Please check out our to see what our team is up to.

This role will be based remotely in India.

Candidate Profile We're looking for a Lead, Developer Advocacy to spearhead our direct engagement and training initiatives.

You thrive when setting developers up for success, having established best practices for training, instructional content, and delivering hands-on sessions.

Your recent endeavors include engaging developers at their offices, virtually, during workshops, at events, or meetups, where you and your team have enabled developers towards discovery and use of your platform.

With at least 5 years in a lead role, preferably in Solutions, Dev Rel, or in a similar capacity, you have a deep understanding of developer ecosystems.

You excel at explaining complex technical concepts in simple terms and have a natural ability to connect and communicate with developers of various skill levels.

Collaboration and empowerment are at the heart of your leadership style.

You'll work closely with team members at various levels, and other teams, to deliver events, share insights, and best practices.

Your focus is not just on individual success but on elevating the entire team, consistent with Mongo DB’s value of Building Together.

Position Expectations Lead a team of Developer Advocates, establishing best practices for developer enablement and advocacy Build on your experience in database technologies and programming languages to develop a deep understanding of core Mongo DB database functionality and Atlas features, providing guidance and strategic direction to the team Collaborate with field marketing teams to develop effective engagement strategies for customers and the developer community Partner with other marketing teams, providing insights, to help to craft messaging and strategies that align with our community's needs and interests Build relationships with partners, community leaders, and influencers to scale our Dev Rel programs and create new engagement opportunities across the region Deliver live developer enablement sessions to audiences of 40 to 400 developers Support the growth of Mongo DB user groups, Champions, and influencer programs, in collaboration with the other Dev Rel teams Requirements At least 3 years of experience in a leadership role, as a manager or technical team lead, establishing priorities and setting expectations for your team with other stakeholders At least 2 years of experience (or the equivalent) of consulting with development teams as a non-member of the team Experience in creating developer-focused hands-on sessions and leading enablement activity such as workshops, labs, and hackathons Proven methods to support continued engagement with developers and collaboration with other teams to report on business impact following enablement activities Strong presentation skills, with ability in conducting live streams, or public speaking at events Willingness to travel (up to 33%) to deliver sessions and/or support your team with enablement activity

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Lead, developer relations

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