About the team
Dart/Flutter Developer Relations (DevRel) grows and supports the Dart and Flutter developer communities. We onboard and retain developers by building a fun, smart, and approachable culture, providing resources to help them succeed, and advocating on their behalf.
A few of our projects:
- Learning tools like the online code editor DartPad
- Learning resources like codelabs, guides, and samples
- Outreach via channels like YouTube, social media, and events
- Partnership with engineering on Dart/Flutter’s developer experience
- A worldwide community of Flutter Meetups, conferences, and other groups.
Upon joining Google, you will be paired with a formal mentor, who will help guide you in the process of ramping up, forging relationships, and learning the systems you’ll need to do your job. Your manager can also help you find mentors who can coach you as you navigate your career at Google. In addition to formal mentors, we work and train together so that we are always learning from one another, and we celebrate and support the career progression of our team members.
Here on the Flutter team and at Google, we embrace our differences and are committed to furthering our culture of inclusion. In addition to groups like the Flutteristas, Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) are employee-initiated networks for supporting underrepresented employees and their allies with shared values of creating belonging across their communities and Google.
Our team also puts a high value on work-life balance. Striking a healthy balance between your personal and professional life is crucial to your happiness and success here, which is why we aren’t focused on how many hours you spend at work or online. Instead, we’re happy to offer a flexible schedule so you can have a more productive and well-balanced life—both in and outside of work.
Within the United States, either at a Google office or fully remote
As a member of the team, you’ll definitely do these three things:
- Make yourself into an expert in Dart and Flutter. They’re both fun to use, so this is the best part.
- Build an inclusive, collaborative, and fun team culture.
- Bring that same culture to the iOS, Dart, and Flutter communities. You’ll welcome beginners, challenge experts, and advocate for under-served developer populations.
In addition, you’ll do some or all of these:
- Become Flutter’s public face in the iOS ecosystem, creating great developer content for YouTube, our blogs, and other outlets.
- Design and build code samples for GitHub, DartPad, user studies, and live audiences.
- Write in-depth technical guides, examples, and codelabs.
- Earn the trust of the engineering and product teams, and use it to advocate for the needs of Flutter developers building apps for iOS.
- Appear where Flutter developers come together, teach them, answer their questions, and listen to them.
- 5 years of experience as a software engineer, developer, or equivalent practical experience.
- 4 years of experience building for iOS.
- Experience working with the iOS developer community.
- Experience in a technical consulting or customer-focused role.
- A track record of advocacy for under-served developer populations.
- Experience contributing to an open source project.
Please apply via this posting on the Google Careers site.