Developer Relations

San Francisco
Marketing
Full-time
“I really love the line-of-code completions in the new kite.com.”  — Guido van Rossum, creator of Python

Programmers spend too much time doing repetitive work — copying and pasting from StackOverflow, fixing simple errors, and writing boilerplate code. We're building an AI code engine that does this work for you. Programming using Kite is faster and more fun.

Kite is well-funded by top investors in Silicon Valley, including the founders of PayPal, Stripe, Palantir, and Dropbox to name a few. We are looking to expand our 15-person startup with talented individuals who are interested in joining an early stage startup. The ideal candidate is excited to help guide the direction of our product and company. They will have a significant amount of ownership of critical technical components. Our team is growing rapidly and we hope you'll grow with us too!

Check out what TechCrunch and Venture Beat have to say about our recent launch!

What you'll do:

    • Be a thought leader in the developer community who can give engaging presentations to and write useful content for our target audience, about both Kite and programming best practices
    • An outward facing advocate for Kite's next-generation developer tool
    • Be the voice of the developer during product discussions and evaluating priorities of bugs and feature requests
    • An entrepreneurial leader with the ability to brainstorm and prioritize projects with only high-level direction
    • A teacher and mentor to others in the community through engaging talks at Python events
    • Hustling skills - get out there, meet people and make connections in unexpected places 

Who you are:

    • Software engineering background with at least a Computer Science degree or 2+ years working as an engineer (or equivalent)
    • Passion for the Python programming language and excited to work within the Python community
    • A high curiosity of how software works and an eagerness to learn new tricks
    • Willingness to travel to developer events around the country a few times each quarter, and stay productive and professional on the road
    • Proven ability to communicate information orally and verbally - experience in giving talks in front of a large group of people and experience in writing technical content
    • Located in San Francisco or anywhere in North America