We're looking for a community consultant to join us at FeverBee.
You will be helping clients develop and manage effective online communities.
This includes helping develop community strategies and implementing tactics based upon proven theory, undertaking audience and sector analysis and analyzing data. You will also be heavily involved in organizing and delivering FeverBee’s Professional Community Management Course.
As a small and very busy company you will be required to undertake project management and operations tasks as required.
The perks are good. You get to work at home (results only work environment). You set your own schedule (within fixed deadlines). You get advanced training in community management and consultancy. Travel will be involved.
You should be…
- 100% reliable (whenever you say you will do something, you're expected to do it). We want someone who doesn’t need micro-managed and will always ensure their tasks are completed on time and to the best of their ability. You should be good at problem-solving and confident suggesting ways to improve company processes.
- Terrific with data and research (some training here would be ideal). You should have a deep knowledge of online communities (in all forms).
- You need excellent writing and presentation skills.
- A good communicator; not only an ability to communicate with FeverBee clients but with the rest of the team. With all staff working remotely it is vital you can work on your own but also up-date the rest of the team about what your working on and key priorities.
- Able to multi-task. Your duties will be diverse so you need to able to switch between tasks without the standard of your work suffering.
- And, of course, you need to have a genuine passion for this work. You need to be fascinated by the science of communities and the impact of connecting millions of people around thousands of diverse topics. You will be expected to immerse yourself in FeverBee's approach to building communities and always keep up to date on the latest community trends.
Ideally we would like someone based in the UK.
Bilingualism is an advantage, but not essential.
This is not a social media role.
If you're interested (or know someone that is), e-mail me your CV and links to relevant community work: [email protected].