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Developer Relations Lead

Mar 11
Fully Remote

Direct applicants only. Please note that we are not seeking assistance from recruiters, headhunters, or agencies for this position.

If you’ve ever envisioned yourself at the forefront of AI and Web3 innovation, then Cere offers the perfect opportunity to transform that vision into reality.

Cere is a cutting-edge Web3 data infrastructure scale-up seeking someone who is not just looking for a job but wants to be challenged to accomplish great things in an exciting venture, with a demonstrating track record in Web3.

We are seeking a Developer Community Lead with a proven track record in onboarding and converting developers within complex technical environments. This role is ideal for someone who excels in developer relations and thrives in technically demanding contexts. Join our dynamic team, where you will be pivotal in advancing our technical ecosystem. We provide an environment where creativity is encouraged, and your contributions will directly impact the growth and success of our community.

About Cere Network

Since its launch in 2019, the Cere team has consistently anticipated the difficulties that the present systems would encounter, now highlighted by the swift advancements of AI and the accompanying surge in data. With companies using multiple vendors causing data fragmentation that complicates AI integration, Cere is presenting itself as an objective, open-source solution, with a clear vision: All data should be decentralized. Unequivocally.

Cere is backed by the world’s largest institutions and projects, including Binance Labs, Republic Labs, and Polygon. For more info, see: www.cere.network/hub.

Our Ethos

At Cere, we’re not just hiring for roles; we’re seeking a specific blend of qualities. We value those who excel in our fast-paced environment, embracing methodical, simulation-driven development and a first-principle thinking approach.

Our team members uphold high standards, discipline and a growth mindset that fuels ongoing learning and process refinement. Exceptional written communication is a must, as we rely on tools like Notion, Slack, and Wiki to ensure organized, transparent collaboration.

We prioritize autonomy and goal orientation, fostering a culture of accountability and transparency. Our ecosystem thrives on supportive, challenge-driven teamwork, a driving force behind Cere’s rapid innovation.

We’re drawn to individuals with character, high standards, and the ability to build and optimize efficient habits. A growth mindset and commitment to collective success underscore our team dynamics, as we aim to nurture a larger ecosystem of collaboration and progress.


Your Mission: Cultivate a strong developer ecosystem.

Your Methods/Metrics:

  • DRIVE community team towards success (KPI: # of Cere Evangelists, # of improvement/implementation suggestions, # of community integration leads)

    • train community mods to identify, engage, and follow-up on high-potential community members

    • build incentivization program for both mods & community

    • create self-reporting structure for community modstrain community mods

  • DRIVE and Activate developer community activities (KPI: # of active github developers & # of EDP members)

    • Engage developer to build on top of Cere tech stack

    • Activate ideal Cere Network github contributor

    • Activate ideal Cere Network integrator profile

    • Activate & prioritise key repositories for public contribution

    • Drive Cere Network builder (EDP)/contributor program

    • Actively represent Cere in the developer community

  • Facilitate free-flowing communication between community & engineering (KPI: community sentiment)

    • Channel community feedback in near real-time to prod/eng/biz team, and vice versa.

    • Become an expert on our vision, strategy, and all of the functions of our technical stacks, and align community & company goals.

Important to have:

  • 2+ years of engineering experience in web3 project

  • Understanding decentralised systems (blockchains, storage networks like Filecoin/Storj, etc.)

Nice to haves:

  • Experience in organizing hackathons—both online and offline

  • Experience in running grant programs

  • Web3 community management experience.

A bit more about our Multinational, High-Performance (and primarily remote) Team

Join a highly talented multicultural team based all over the world, including Berlin, Amsterdam, San Francisco and Warsaw. As stated above, we make remote working possible by embracing our ethos, yet many teams also travel to meet in person every 1-2 months. We all want high degrees of autonomy and flexibility to make life and work fun, but transparency, accountability/ownership are the requisites.