Programmers come to HackerEarth to improve their programming skills by solving problems, compete in hackathons & coding challenges and get awesome jobs.
We have quickly grown to become the largest programmer community in Asia and are looking grow aggressively grow overseas. We are looking to hire a Community Manager/Developer Evangelist to help us reach out to programmers all across the globe. We already have a large number of programmers from Eastern Europe, Southeast Asia and North America and the objective is to accelerate this growth.
Roles and Responsibilities
This position is part-time (20 hours/week) and remote, hiring globally across major cities.
We believe if you are passionate about hackathons and like to interact with people for building communities, you are the perfect fit for this role.
Why you should work with us
With more than 700,000 programmers from across the world, HackerEarth is already one of the largest player in this segment. We have an aggressive focus on product development and have built some amazing products like HackerEarth Sprint (used for conduct hackathons) and Programming Challenges (used for hosting a wide variety of challenges on topics like Algorithms, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning etc).
Programmers love the variety of hackathons and coding competitions that we host, and we have a unique opportunity to disrupt this space. With a growing dominance in Asia and a highly mature product, we hope to gain similar traction in other parts of the world. This role offers a unique opportunity for you to come into an early stage team and create an impact through your work.
You will get a chance to set up and take full ownership of the role, and impact the company in a very significant manner. Along with that you get a chance to work with an amazing team, full of energy and enthusiasm.
HackerEarth is the hub for programmers to practice and improve their programming skills, compete in coding challenges/hackathons and showcase their profile. Businesses use HackerEarth to build developer relations and create a talent pipeline.
HackerEarth has built a proprietary code evaluation engine that allows programmers to write code in the browser and automatically evaluates it in real-time. HackerEarth regularly conducts a variety of hackathons ranging from basic domains like Algorithms to advanced concepts like AI and Machine learning. Based on the activity of the programmers, HackerEarth is able create an accurate skill graph for them, which is used to recommend jobs and other opportunities to programmers.