eSignLive Developer Community: Developer Evangelist Wanted

Michael Williams, November 13, 2015
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As many of you have seen, we now have a new eSignLive Developer Community. We have only been up and running for a couple months, but already have over 150 community members and several great questions and answers in the forums. The best part is, this is only phase 1. There are at least a couple more phases coming that will provide more and more valuable content to help developers seamlessly integrate e-SignLive into their applications. Because of this initiative and the ever-growing e-signature market that has experienced 53% year-over-year growth – with no signs of slowing down – we need some help. In fact, eSignLive – the world’s largest e-signature provider – alone processed 1 billion signatures last year. We are looking to hire an eSignLive Developer Evangelist to help address the needs of developers from the many new companies and industries that are integrating e-SignLive into their applications. [promotion id="14177"] If you are a recent graduate, with a degree in Computer Science or Computer Engineering, like what you see in the developer blog roll and developer community, and are interested in joining in on the effort – or know someone who might be – apply at the listing below. Candidates for this position must be able to work out of the e-SignLive headquarters in Montreal, or remotely from the Kansas City area (where I am located). Junior eSignLive Evangelist For those of you who don’t fall into the "Junior" category, but are still interested in joining the e-SignLive Evangelism team, there is a Technical Product Evangelist position open as well. If this listing doesn’t apply to you, but are interested in working in a great environment with an industry-leading company, you can find more jobs on our careers page. If you have any further questions about the position, feel free to post in the comments section below. For more posts from me, see my author page. – Michael Williams Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn