Meetup’s Community Team is an elite squad of around 20 people that supports a worldwide community of over 14 million members. We coach Meetup Organizers, provide our members with tech support, and curate a global network of over 100,000 Meetup Groups. Meetup is growing quickly, and we’re taking on a team of interns to join our ranks and learn more about the operational aspects of managing a large online community.
Community Interns provide real contributions to the success of Meetup. As a Community Intern, you’ll be gaining first-hand experience using the tools that make Meetup an even more diverse and interesting community.
You’ll be doing things like:
Approving new Meetup Groups and setting them up for success
Declining new Meetup Groups that just aren’t a good fit
Moderating “Perks”: discounts and offers for Meetup Group members
Organizing an array of feature requests and suggestions
Writing technical instructions to post on our online Help Center
Finding awesome content to post to the Meetup blog
You’ll also join the rest of the Community Team at department-wide and company-wide meetings, where you’ll listen to guest speakers, learn more about how we develop new tools & features, and find out how a company like Meetup does business.
Meetup’s headquarters are based in SoHo, in New York City, so unless you own a quantum teleportation device, you’ll need to be based here too. All Community Interns are expected to work at least one weekend shift as part of their 20 hour per week schedule, so you should be down with that as well.
This role isn’t about marketing, PR, or having the most Twitter followers. This is for folks interested in supporting an online community, and learning how to provide great customer support at an Internet-based business. This is a paid opportunity. Please note that resumes without cover letters will not be considered.
If all of this sounds up your alley, we want to hear from you.
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