make our fully EVM-compatible zkRollup as easy as possible for developers to build on
a month ago
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We are looking for people with a passion for the developer relations role to make our fully EVM-compatible zkRollup as easy as possible for developers to build on. You will own the developer onboarding experience and coordinate with the R&D team to reduce the friction of building on Scroll. You will also interface directly with the developer community through outreach events and grant programs.
Your day-to-day work will involve collaborating with team members to invent, prioritize, and execute new programs to reach developers while representing their interests within the team. This role will require a high degree of empathy with the dapp developer community, as you will be their advocate with the team. Most importantly, the ideal candidate will prioritize Scroll's open-source, collaborative, and research-driven values when engaging with developers.
- Own the developer onboarding experience to make Scroll as easy as possible for developers to build on
- Coordinate with R&D team to create and continuously improve documentation and onboarding materials based on developer feedback
- Organize developer onboarding events such as study groups, talks, and hackathons
- Design and implement grant programs and content initiatives to accelerate grassroots developer interest and onboarding
- Deep understanding of and integration within the Ethereum community
- Strong interest in and some knowledge of zero-knowledge proofs and Layer 2 protocols
- Willingness to travel for community events
- Prior experience with developer relations strongly preferred
- Existing connections to crypto developer communities preferred
culture & perks
This is a remote position. Work from anywhere with our global team.
Scroll is an EVM-equivalent zkRollup to scale Ethereum. Technically speaking, Scroll is built upon two major pieces. The core piece is the zkEVM, which is used to prove the correctness of EVM execution in Layer 2. We have been building it in the open with the Privacy and Scaling Explorations group at the Ethereum Foundation for over a year. But to turn the zkEVM into a full zkRollup on the Ethereum, we also need to build a complete L2 architecture around it.