Redash is hiring! 💼


#1

Is SQL your second language? Do you like talking to other humans? We might have a job for you!

Our small team is growing and we want to hire someone for a role of Customer Success Manager. Your responsibilities will include both helping our hosted customers succeed with Redash, but also help the Redash open source community.

Responsibilities

  • Working directly with customers to resolve any issues that they may be having with Redash
  • Pro-actively engage with new and existing users for retention and activation purposes
  • Improving our documentation
  • Engage in the forum & GitHub with the open source community
  • Write content (blog posts) on Redash usage and general query tips
  • (Optional) Run webinars and record video tutorials

Requirements

  • Excellent communication skills - both written and verbal.
  • SQL knowledge (you should be able to answer what a Window Function is). Familiarity with a broad spectrum of databases is an advantage.
  • Be well-organized, have an excellent work ethic and attention to detail.
  • Be passionate about helping real customers solve real problems.
  • Have the ability to work effectively remotely with a team.

About Us

We’re a small, bootstrapped and remote company working to make a great open source product. We been in business for the past 3 years and planning to be here for the years to come.

As a small team (we’re currently 4), every person is vital to the success of the company. You will not be just improving the product or customer experience, but have a voice in shaping the company culture too.

How to apply?

To make it interesting, you will need to run a query to find the email address you need to send your application to :slight_smile:

Login to a dedicated Redash account here: https://app.redash.io/jobs with the user johndoe@example.com and password hithere. It’s connected to a database that includes the contact details, run a query that retrieves it.

(please don’t save your query, to not making it too easy for those coming after you)


#2

Hi Arik,

Is this full-time job?


#3

It depends on you, but it can be, yes.