k6 Chaos Engineering Advocate at Grafana Labs

Remote

About the job

About the role:
Today, only 20% of chaos experiments are executed in production. That makes load testing critical for effective chaos engineering and presents a huge opportunity for k6.

We're looking for a Developer Advocate to strengthen k6's position within the chaos engineering ecosystem. Are you eager to help, shape, and drive products for chaos engineering while sharing your knowledge and experience with the community?

In this role, you will be involved in everything related to chaos engineering and k6. We want to extend our testing and observability solutions to improve chaos engineering practices. You will be collaborating with other teams such as Product, DevRel, and Engineering and have a high degree of autonomy.

You will engage and build relationships with the k6 and other open-source communities to drive awareness and elevate the Grafana solutions in the market. You will share your knowledge of modern testing practices to engineers through all types of content such as examples, proofs of concept, demos, etc.

If you're passionate about chaos engineering and want to play a big part in growing the k6 solution, this job is for you.

What you’ll be doing:
Develop integrations with open-source chaos solutions and partners.
Advocate for end users internally by giving feedback on product features and direction.
Support open-source communities using k6 when running chaos experiments.
Create technical and educational content on chaos engineering with k6.
Give talks, and demos at conferences and meetups, virtually or in person.
What you’ll bring:
Hands-on experience with testing and chaos engineering tools.
Previous experience in technical advocacy, or a strong will to learn.
(Desired) Experience with Go or building tools for developers.
Ability to transform dry technical topics into engaging, informative, and interesting educational materials.
A self-starter attitude and the ability to get things done efficiently, with passion and enthusiasm.
Strong opinions - No fear in sharing your view and ideas. Willingness to give and accept critique, self-improve, and move forward.
An iterative approach - We learn and improve our processes and activities as we progress.
The ability to be a team player who works well with others as well as individually. Leave your ego at the door and put the team’s results before your own.