What is Fibery?
Fibery is a no-code platform that teams use to create connected workspaces. By combining building blocks in different ways, creators make solutions for all kinds of companies: tech startups, digital agencies, wineries, and marijuana farms.
Our practical goal is to replace a bunch of isolated tools and bring teams together into a single collaboration space. We are talking Trello + Google Docs + Miro or Productboard + Jira + Pipedrive, for example.
Our long-term goal is to augment organizational intelligence. Basically, to help teams of knowledge workers to solve problems that seemed insoluble before.
Who are we looking for?
Being a no-code platform, Fibery puts great power in the hands of creators, and with the power comes the learning curve. Fibery’s flexible data model, multiple visualizations of the same data, and bi-directional links all require a new mental model. Once creators get it, they build incredible things, but getting there can be a bumpy ride.
We are looking for an educator who will make explanations for our beloved creators. These explanations may come in all sorts of forms: from video tutorials and webinars to text guides and in-app hints. Their goal is to help creators get started and squeeze the most out of Fibery. In our dreams, entertaining and effective explanations will even convert some casual users into no-code enthusiasts.
We expect this self-starting person to figure out the most pressing topics and choose the best format for each explanation. The examples range from huge one-off projects to recurring routine tasks (you’ll certainly generate more when you join):
- A standalone course on database design for no-code enthusiasts with Fibery as a teaching tool.
- A video tutorial on how to integrate Fibery with Zendesk.
- A series of blog articles showcasing Fibery automations.
- An in-app product tour of the new access model.
Are you a good fit?
Consider this not as a checklist, but rather as a set of desired qualities and experiences.
- You speak and write better English than any of us.
- You’ve explained complex subjects in a fun and effective way.
- You’ve written a dozen tutorials and user guides.
- You’ve created educational videos as a solo maker or as a part of small team.
- You’ve authored a long-form educational program such as an online course.
- You’re a no-code enthusiast: you’ve built monster spreadsheets, tinkered with Notion and Airtable, and automated routine tasks via Zapier or IFTTT.
- You reflect on the way you work and experiment with new workflows and habits.
- You’re excited about the tools for thought and the ideas of Douglas Engelbart, Alan Kay, and Ted Nelson.
Are we a good fit?
We are a small company of just over 20 people, so you are likely to wear multiple hats. Solving problems and pursuing opportunities outside your usual responsibilities is not frown upon.
We started as a collocated company in Minsk but currently work remotely from Poland, Belarus, and Cyprus. You are free to pick where and when you work.
What is the next step?
Tell us about yourself at email@example.com and share the explanations you are most proud (or least embarrassed :) of.
Let us know which parts of the job you are excited about and which parts are meh.
Also, feel free to ask any provocative questions.