Full-time (part-time/flexible also available); Cambridge, UK; On-site or hybrid; £38k-£60k; Visa sponsorship available
We’re looking for a developer with great communication skills to show people how to build awesome things with Anvil and to make Anvil better to use.
You’ll be writing how-to guides, blog posts and tutorials, building example apps, presenting Anvil at conferences, and helping our users – from individual developers to huge tech companies – build their web applications. You’ll then use what you’ve learned to help us make Anvil better to use. That might mean deciding what examples to build, or it might mean deciding that we need to redesign the onboarding flow for the Anvil Editor – and then doing it.
You don’t need to be a Python expert already, but we’ll get you there pretty soon: you’ll be writing the examples that other people will read as they learn! You’ll be working directly with the founders, platform developers and our other developer advocates to help you get up to speed.
It’s rewarding work - developers love being introduced to Anvil (our booth is always crowded at conferences!). Plus, there are all the advantages of an early-stage startup: you’ll have a lot of autonomy and huge impact, and you’ll shape how we serve all our developers, from how we do outreach to how the Anvil Editor works. Because we build for developers, Developer Advocates have a lot of influence in the company.
If you would like to apply for this role, please apply here. If you have questions about the role, you can drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.