For all of us here at 1Password, building and supporting the app is a dream job. Doing new things is the core of our culture, and we embrace it each day. Everyone in the company does customer support once a week, and we all brainstorm ways to make our customers’ experience better. Once a month, we have an all-hands call for the whole company to rally on the same page. We even go on an annual cruise to ponder the next 12 months of the journey, and to get to know each other in person. 👋
As a Herald of Support, you could be the first voice of 1Password someone has heard, or you could be the bridge between them and the development team. You could find yourself helping with a sign-in issue in the morning and updating our troubleshooting article for it in the afternoon. We are, after all, quite an agile bunch, and we get excited about doing.
What you’ll do
- Help new and existing users have a great experience using 1Password.
- Send well-written responses to customers, around 60 a day when you're up to speed.
- Document new features and common questions in our knowledge base.
- Be the voice of our customers internally: see that the top issues and requests each week are heard by the development team.
- Learn how we do support as a remote company, and make it even better with your voice.
- Try new things: we're agile, so new tools and ideas float around every few weeks.
What you have
- Passion to help, love, and understand people, even the tough ones.
- A knack for finding the cause of an issue, and the audacity to keep trying if you're wrong.
- Adaptive explanatory skills that get people to understand, not just hear, what you're saying.
- A personality that makes people smile and is delighted when they do.
- Humility to ask for help when you aren't sure about something.
What you might also have
- Polyglottism! You could go to Japan or Germany for a week and jump right in to conversation, or do that from your computer, with a Mount Fuji as your wallpaper.
- Personal experience with 1Password.
- A peculiar desire to inspect things, particular elements of the web, often built of chrome or found in a safari; occasionally beside a fiery fox within an opera.
- Building upon the previous point, you may even enjoy a cup of java while writing your script for the next production.