Engage in technical conversations in the Twilio software development community – with both existing and prospective customers.
Generate content - blog posts, sample code, screencasts, howto's, tweets - whatever gets the word out & helps developers discover Twilio and our API.
Provide world-class customer support on Twilio forums, email, social networks and wherever else technical questions arise.
Get out in the wild: Meet with developers at hackathons, meetups, conferences and other events, both local and national.
Help developers envision, build, and distribute projects and products using Twilio.
Gather feedback that will inform Engineering, Product, Marketing, and Sales decisions.
You’ve built web applications before, and are familiar with most current web development technologies.
You are an extroverted geek who is passionate about learning new technologies and telling others about geek exploits.
You have excellent written and oral communication skills. You blog about technical topics, and frequently talk shop on Twitter, forums, IRC, etc.
Experience building community around something you are passionate about (dogs, a book group, knitting, whatever excites you).
Ability to work and travel independently with unwavering professionalism and high productivity.
Previous experience as a web developer, technical evangelist, technical product manager or other role where both technical and social skills are required.
Self-motivated with an entrepreneurial mindset.
Strong technical presentation skills.
Personal interest in technical problem solving, helping customers save time and money and "lean startup" methodology
A bias towards action and the ability to work well in a fast-paced and constantly changing startup environment
A degree from a competitive school where you focused on writing: software or English – either's good.
Full benefits, including medical, dental and vision
An Amazon Kindle on your first day, and $30/month to spend on books (Twilio wants you informed)
Pre-tax commuter benefits
Catered lunches and a weekly team dinner featuring invited technology and entrepreneurial speakers
Excellent gear (“We ❤ Apple computers and big monitors — two if you need ’em”);
A strong belief in life/work balance
Twilio track jacket and shoes after demoing your first Twilio app in front of the company!
How to apply:
Applications without cover letters will not be considered. Please send us your resume and cover letter.
Please include links to your blog, Twitter, etc. where we can learn more about you and what you believe.
Wanna really stand out? Sign up and build an app using the Twilio API and include a link to it in your cover letter. Bonus points for pointing out bugs or things that annoy you/could be better on the platform.