We're hiring a Developer Relations lead to explore and enhance the usage of off-chain user data in different smart contract applications. Responsibilities include driving Clique’s adoption through content creation, event planning, and community building. The ideal candidate will possess an understanding of smart contract developers, the ability to communicate complex concepts, and a flair for creative and operational excellence. This remote-friendly role, requiring frequent travel, seeks someone with strong written communication skills and a knack for spotting emerging crypto applications for Clique.
- Thoroughly evaluate the specific requirements of partner projects, succinctly proposing and elucidating potential technical solutions. This includes the consideration of designs and the necessary trade-offs.
- Develop proof-of-concept and reference implementations for prospective integrations with Clique’s identity oracles.
- Continually acquire knowledge of new concepts, ideas, and frameworks, given the dynamic nature of working across diverse projects and technologies.
- Cultivate robust relationships with technical leaders and engineers within projects spanning Ethereum and the broader crypto ecosystem.
- Engage in travel to prominent industry hackathons and conferences on several occasions throughout the year.
[Skills & Qualifications]
- Possess experience in utilizing developer tools specifically for smart contract application development, including but not limited to Hardhat, Foundry, and others.
- Demonstrate robust written and verbal communication abilities.
- At least 2 years dedicated to developer relations or solutions architecture within blockchain or companies that are focused on software development for developers.
- A discerning familiarity with the Ethereum roadmap, as well as a comprehension of the modular blockchain thesis.
- Preferably, possession of hands-on experience with critical technologies utilized across the domains of blockchain and cryptography, such as signature schemes, hash functions, trusted enclaves, and zero-knowledge proofs.