Community Manager

Xanpool


3 months ago

07/03/2019 10:21:23

Job type: Other

Salary: $20k – $55k

Category: Customer Support


Xanpool is looking for Community Managers all over the world, with a passion for building, growing, and managing large local communities. You’ll join our young cryptocurrency onramp startup based in Singapore to work on the on and off ramping experience in your local region. You’ll play a huge role in spreading the adoption of cryptocurrency by making the buying and selling of them, using local currency, seamless.

As a community manager, you will be the bridge between your local community, and the XanPool product team. To your community you’ll be the face of our company, while to the team you’ll be the voice of our users. You’ll be challenged for sure, being a small startup, you will probably have to wear multiple hats, and quickly learn random things specific to your local community. Overtime is certainly not a must, but expected when you have to get shit done. The upside for you would be a very favourable performance based incentive structure. And being able to work with the hardest and smartest people building unstoppable cryptocurrency infrastructure.

Requirements:

  • Remote is fine. 

  • Part time is fine. 

  • Tech savvy. 

  • Experience with customer service, marketing, sales is a plus. 

  • Experience with project management is a huge plus. 

  • Familiarity with Bitcoin & cryptocurrency ecosystem is a HUGE plus.

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