Growth engineer at LiveDocs

Posted on: 06/15/2022

Location: (REMOTE)

full time

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Tags: mailchimp apollo wordpress figma sql react javascript

Livedocs is looking for a growth engineer (employee #2 or #3) to join our team. In this role, you will work closely with the founder, product and engineering team to help take Livedocs to our users. Our goal is to help teams be data-driven without writing code or SQL. We believe that we can give teams of any size more data visibility by giving them a no-code interface for instant analytics on top of their existing tools — with the flexibility of a note-taking app. We are a small team and ship at a weekly cadence, so you will be surrounded by the best engineers cranking away at unique problems outside the instruction manual! Currently, the entire team runs the growth tasks. This role is focused on growth but requires skills like coding, designing and running growth experiments, writing, and social media management. This role is for somebody aligned with our product-led growth model that can use any tools (code or no-code) to help run experiments quickly and systematically. This role comes with the impact and freedom of being the first or second full-time hire, with the option of growing into a management or architect role. ### **Responsibilities** * Executing our content, social, and email strategies (experience with tools like WordPress, Buffer, Mailchimp, Apollo, etc. might be handy) * Creating any content or material required with tools like Canva or Figma. * Driving the weekly experiment process, from aligning the product/engineering team to preparing material or metrics that need to be measured. * Constantly evaluating and comiting to the best tactics by implementing growth experiments and driving results in KPIs ### **About You** * You can write well. It is critical that you are a clear and effective communicator, but also that you enjoy writing (be it for social content, blog posts, or in corresponding with the team or our users) Our culture is based heavily upon writing and it is important that you enjoy it. * You have +3 years of experience in web development (React, Javascript, might be handy) * You are familiar with or can pick up no-code tools that make it possible to run growth experiments * You have an understanding of data and statistics when it comes to running a growth experiment