As a Developer Programs Engineer (DPE), you stand at the intersection of Pantheon and the developers who use it, bridging the gap between the people on both sides.
This is an engineering role with a focus on Developer Relations. Your primary responsibility will be to engage with customers who push Pantheon’s capabilities, distill their feedback, and provide workflow best practice guidance through tools and examples.
This will require producing material that attracts, educates, and inspires developers by advocating for better development practices with Pantheon. We expect that will include but is not limited to, creating blog posts, reference implementations, videos, webinars, conference presentations, documentation, real-time trainings, and more.
You ensure that Pantheon and related open source projects are amazing for developers. You will act as a key liaison between the community, our developers and our internal teams, with the aim of enhancing the developer experience so that everyone gets the most out of Pantheon.
Cool Things You’ll Do
Engage the open source web development community online and in-person.
Demonstrate cutting-edge development techniques and best practices.
Tell stories that inspire development teams to reach beyond what they thought may be possible with Pantheon.
Develop systems for Pantheon customers to better automate their workflows, blazing a trail for both external developers and our internal product team.
Improve and maintain the Developer Relations team’s existing proof-of-concept examples and tools
Provide consulting to Pantheon customers who are pushing the platform capabilities, helping to solve their complex workflow and automation problems
Cultivate enthusiasm for Pantheon and the ecosystems in which it operates.
Advocate for developers at Pantheon, representing them internally and externally.
Travel up to 25% of work time.
What you Bring to the Table
Expertise in building Drupal or WordPress sites.
5+ years of professional web development experience.
Experience speaking at conferences and industry events.
A history of writing about technical topics.
Experience with open source communities and contributions.
The ability to communicate complex topics in an engaging and understandable fashion.
Confidence and comfort in customer/client-facing situations.
A college degree or equivalent experience.
Bonus Points For:
Building tooling for website development teams.
Continuous integration and automated testing experience.
Systems administration experience.
Experience developing open-source tools.
Organizing local professional groups.
Experience using the Pantheon platform.
Cool Stuff You’ll Get in Return
We have all the usual benefits and perks you’d expect from a high tech company, but what we can really offer you is a fantastic work environment powered by an amazing team. And oh yeah, some other things to note:
Fun at WordPress and Drupal community events
Discounts on custom bicycles (the founders of Pantheon also founded Mission Bicycle)
Dog-friendly office (HQ)
Fully loaded kitchen and daily catered lunches (HQ, NY, MN)
Monthly gym and book allowance
Kombucha on tap and omg…did you say there’s ice cream is in the freezer? (HQ)
We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. Pantheon complies with applicable state and local laws governing non-discrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities.
No Visa sponsorship at this time.