Rook (formerly KeeperDAO) is looking to hire a remote Operations Automagician. This is a contract basis position that is 100% remote.
Compensation: To be determined, dependent on scope
We are looking for an Automagician to help us automate internal and external businesses processes. This will start of as a short term Grant, but may evolve into a Part-Time Employment (PTE) position or perhaps even full-time employment.
For this role we are looking for an expert in no/low code software tools (e.g. Zapier, Notion, Airtable, Integromat, Webflow) to help our contributorship reduce time spent on mundane and repetitive tasks or workflows. We are working with a software stack that has been developed iteratively and it would be tremendously beneficial for us to have someone work together with us take a step back and work with us to turn this into the most efficient, integrated, contributor-friendly system as possible. The ideal candidate loves tinkering with all the various no/low code tools out there and has deep expertise in developing, maintaining and optimizing them into a robust, scalable system to empower the contributors in our DAO.
- Take the mess that we have slowly created with the various software solutions we use to run our internal business processes (e.g. Notion, Discord) and turn it into an integrated, robust and scalable system to improve employee productivity and wellbeing
- We are looking for people with high agency
- Working at Rook requires you to be a professional
- Team players only: We build things together. Ego’s are left at the door
- A High EQ
- Have 2-3 years experience in no/low code, and ideally specifically in devising systems to automate business operations and processes
- You should understand tools like Zapier, Notion, Ghost, Integromat, Webflow, Typeform/Tally Forms, Google Workspaces (etc.) like the back of your hand
- You love mastering APIs and figuring out how to best integrate various tools with each other to automate processes as much as possible
- Having interest in Web3 helps
- Experience working in small (5-10) creative teams
Compensation & Benefits
- Competitive compensation: We will offer you highly competitive compensation, beating the largest technology companies and financial institutions on the planet.
- Equal pay for equal work: We don’t adapt compensation according to where you live. All compensation is set to reference amounts for the San Francisco Bay area, which are typically the highest in the world.
- Work smarter, not harder: We let you work flexible hours - so you can design your ideal workday schedule - and take the time you need when you feel you need to take a break.
- Work remotely: Live and work wherever you like.
- Make a dent: We’re reimagining finance, and your work can make a meaningful impact in helping us shape a better, more open, inclusive and fairer financial system.
Working at KeeperDAO
Working at KeeperDAO gives you the ability to work on what you want to work on and make meaningful change.
We are a relatively young, committed, and globally distributed team consisting of some of the brightest minds in the industry (some of which used to work at companies like Google and NASA before joining us). We celebrate diversity of opinions and encourage healthy debate.
We pride ourselves on having a friendly, diverse, inclusive, and understanding work environment. Our DAO is a space for you to work, learn and innovate, and have a great time doing so. At KeeperDAO, you can bring your 'whole self' to work. There's no need for masks, no middle managers to please, no office politics, no hierarchical rat race. Our team members have a diverse set of interests, experiences, and cultural backgrounds, and we encourage you to share yours with us.
We're working towards becoming a Teal organization. We operate with natural hierarchies, meaning that if you have the expertise you'll be fully powerful, and as such you'll be consulted for all matters engineering. We operate with self-managing teams: meaning, no middle managers to veto your brilliant ideas. (For more, see the book: Reinventing Organizations, by Frederic Laloux)