Dig Event Specialist: Multiple positions available

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Dig - The Dog Person's Dating App

Dig - The Dog Person's Dating App

Dig Event Specialist: Multiple positions available

Remote
Part Time
Paid
  • Responsibilities

    The remote event specialists at Dig are enthusiastic, dog-loving, go-getters willing to reach out to businesses of various sizes to be apart of Dig events nationwide.

    Dig event specialists will sell vendor tables, sponsorships, and co-promotional content opportunities. Dig event specialists keep a percentage of their sales as commission-based pay. Dig event specialists will be well-organized, prompt, and self-motivating. Dig event specialists also have the opportunity to work at and represent Dig at local dog-friendly events or in media opportunities for additional hourly compensation. Total payment will depend on time, availability, and sales success.

    Dig is looking for ambassadors who have great sales abilities, have creative ideas, and are passionate about dogs and dating. This part-time position may lead to a full-time offer.

  • Qualifications

    Bachelor's degree or currently a junior or senior undergraduate student.

  • Compensation
    commission based pay with the opportunity for additional hourly rates during events and other opportunities
  • Industry
    Start-Ups
  • Fun Fact
    Research says "80% of pet parents say their dog's reaction to a new love interest influences their feelings towards them."
  • About Us
    Dig is the best way for dog lovers and dog owners to find a compatible match and plan a dog-friendly date. Dig has developed a dating app that connects dog-people based on what is important to them: their need for their future significant other to be compatible with their four-legged companion and the lifestyle of being a dog owner or lover. Dig is a novel app at the intersection of the booming pet tech and online dating industries. We’re growing quickly with the enthusiasm and excitement from dog-industry leaders, thousands of Dig users at Dig’s hyperlocal events, and from national press such as NPR’s How I Built This, Forbes, Cheddar TV, and more.