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is a growing tech product startup innovating the way people engage with recordings such as Meetings, Interviews, Podcasts, Videos. Spext has built world’s first that makes media editing, searching and managing as easy as docs.
Spext had its inception in UC Berkeley. Backed by top silicon valley VCs like Village Global, OVO and other strategic angel investors, we are building remotely from India for a global consumer base. Founders have previously built award winning products and scaled to millions of users.
We are looking to hire a NoCode developer used to working with tools like Webflow, Airtable & Zapier to join to our marketing team to scale our marketing ops & our programmatic content creation.
Some example goals/ projects could be:
Using Airtable + GPT3 to scale blog creation.
Building an automated workflow to to send outbound emails using Zapier,
Using Airtable + Dall-E to create interesting Twitter posts

What is this role exciting?
Build connections to founder’s Silicon Valley investor & talent network
Experience growing a company from 0 to millions
Be at the cutting edge of hottest trend in AI: Generative AI & large language models (LLMs)

Experience building NoCode apps
Experience with tools like Webflow, Airtable & Coda
Traits: Creativity, result-oriented and relentless
Ability to take ownership of growth projects and lead them efficiently. Work independently under minimal direction with a strong work ethic.
High degree of intellectual curiosity and eagerness to keep up with latest growth tactics and AI advancements space.
Location: - Remote but you will need significant overlap with team in the USA, so candidates should be able to work in the shift 3pm-midnight IST.
Salary Range: - Open to Discussion
If this sounds like you, You have a chance to join us when we are less than 15. You’ll directly work with founders and build world class product. 🤘 Please apply at with following details-
A link to your NoCode projects

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