Wamble is looking for a part-time community manager for downtown San Francisco whose primary role is to engage Wamble users, create events (like TV watching, Sports etc.), bring other users and expand Wamble in downtown San Francisco. This is a part-time contract work for about 3 months. Expected from community manager: - Good at social skills - Good at increasing platform adoption via word of mouth - Engages people online with good content found on other platforms - Would like to organize small events Contract Pay: $500 per month (plus a bonus of $0.25 per user sign-up brought via word of mouth and event organizing efforts, plus no-fee on organized event tickets!) Please see: A community manager is very different to a social media manager. A lot of a community manager's time will be spent ensuring the right early adopters are attracted to the new community and that they find value from their first interactions. Community managers will also come up with tactics to encourage early adopters to invite high-caliber peers to the community and to consistently return and engage with it. Community management is what happens after someone discovers a brand and it involves sharing expertise and fostering a social connection that encourages prospects to convert and build lasting customer loyalty. This is very different from a social media manager's main priority is managing social networks for a brand, reaching new audiences and raising brand awareness.