We’ve rounded up some amazing new opportunities for community professionals this month. Below are 8 companies who are looking for insanely talented community builders (yes, that includes you!). We promise to bring you the best of the best opportunities in this and all future job posts.

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1. Orecovery logonline Community Manager, Recovery Brands

Recovery Brands is looking for an experienced community manager to help grow their community and establish their very first forum. You’ll be growing an important and world-changing community from the ground up. You will work directly with the editorial, marketing, and emerging programs departments in a small business environment in San Diego, CA.

Apply here

2. Community Manager, Braintreebraintree logo

Braintree is building products to make payments easier. They are looking for someone to own community strategy and who can launch community programs in San Francisco. This role will sit at the intersection of all segments of the Braintree business: marketing, sales, account management, developer relations, and product. While it will involve some social media management, the focus is really on growing out long-lasting community relationships.

Apply here


3. Developer Advocate, Wixwix

WIX is looking for a full-time SF-based Developer Advocate. The WIX SDK Advocate will present and teach the SDK to our partners and developers, support partners and developers during their development process both from product management perspective as well as with coding and build and maintain an independent developers community to build applications for WIX app market. 

Apply here


4. Courier Community Managers, PostmatesLogo-Postmates

Postmates is transforming the way local goods move around a city by enabling anyone to get any product delivered in under one hour. Postmates courier community managers will help build offline and online community for Postmates in multiple cities worldwide: Los Angeles, Austin, Washington DC, Chicago, Seattle, New York, and Boston. This is a great opportunity to be part of a fast-growing team.

Apply here

5. Community Manager, Smiley360smiley360

Smiley360 is a community of influential consumers who try brands for free and share their feedback online. Join this team in midtown Manhattan, NYC. You’ll create one-on-one relationships with the community and serve as their voice to the team at large.

Apply here


6. Community Marketing Manager, Ginger Peopleginger people

Apply now for this role at a dynamic company that is focused on social good and natural health. This is the company’s 30th anniversary, and they’re looking to expand considerably into a global brand with a strong community. They’re looking for a Community Marketing Manager (B2C) who’s comfortable with the idea that outreach should extend beyond just digital/social media, and who is equally competent executing within that digital realm. The role has a seat in the Marina headquarters office, but is global in scope.

Apply here


Zeel-OnD-logo7. City Community Managers and Associates, Zeel

Zeel delivers top-quality, in-home massage from vetted, licensed massage therapists to customers in their homes and hotels same-day. They’re growing quickly and are looking for city community managers to help grow their community of massage therapists. 

Apply here

couchsurfing logo8. Marketing Manager (Community Oriented), Couchsurfing

The Couchsurfing team is looking for an experienced community and marketing manager. This person will have a hand in devising strategies, plans, and programs to tell the story of the community. Keep in mind that this is a marketing role with a community focus.

Apply here

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Carrie Melissa Jones

Carrie Melissa Jones | @caremjo

Carrie is the COO and Founding Partner of CMX. She has built community at Chegg and Scribd and has consulted with community companies around the world. She lives in Seattle, WA with her pup, Bruce Wayne.