Meed is a professional network of university students seeking to connect with the next big startups, tech companies, leading industry professionals, and other like-minded students. Once students create a profile on Meed, they are granted access to professional communities based on the industries that interest them (ex: Software Engineering, Designers, Business, Finance etc.). Our mission is to build a professional ecosystem for the younger generation to learn, share, publish, and find serendipitous opportunities.
We are currently looking for highly ambitious, creative, fun, and outgoing people to serve as Community Managers for the 10,000+ member Liberal Arts community on our site. We aim to change the way students express themselves professionally, a goal that requires attentive moderation. Our community moderators are enthusiastic about their fields (ex: Marketing, Software Engineering) and demonstrate their passions by sharing them with our communities and encourage discussions. Your main goal will be to find and source interesting and relevant content from across the internet to post on Meed.
Each post should be engaging, shareable, and relevant to the Liberal Arts professional community. Community Managers will also be engaging with other users, commenting on their posts, and answering questions.
Check out the community you’ll be moderating here: https://getmeed.com/collection/liberal-arts/5660f15ae2a07fd5f0000008
Duties and Responsibilities include:
Manage the Liberal Arts Community On Meed
Write and source relevant content to Meed’s Liberal Arts community
Demonstrate and incite enthusiasm around Meed
Post relevant news and resources for students on Meed
Report bugs and provide feedback
Energetic, creative, and outgoing personality, strong social media and user engagement skills, interested in helping students learn about different industries and career paths, passionate about liberal arts education and/or academic subjects that fall under that category (i.e. psychology, anthropology, literature, visual art, philosophy, etc.)
Compensation (paid monthly):
5 posts a week/1 post a day
$1 per post
10 Upvotes = $2
5 Comments = $3