Community Partnerships Manager

Workweek People follow people, not institutions. Every business decision today is influenced by content — but it's not just newspaper articles or dull white papers. Today, individual content creators make an impact with tweets, newsletters, memes, and more. Workweek is a growing collective of industry experts who are changing the world of business by creating content you'll actually enjoy. We’re here to make work fun.
  • Full Time

The Company

Workweek is a modern media company on a mission to entertain, educate, and connect the business world through unique personalities, unparalleled expertise, and innovative operations. Workweek Creators publish business content across a variety of industries, from climate tech to cannabis, and venture capital to healthcare.

Simply put, we’re on a mission to make work fun.


The Role

Workweek is looking for a Community Partnerships Manager to develop Creator-specific communities which increase Creator brand recognition, audience loyalty, and overall growth. This role will initiate Workweek Community integration into Creators' media brands.

This role will enable you to be creative and innovative as you design business-focused Creator communities based on the Creator’s voice, brand, and audience. The goal is to drive engagement across Creators’ media properties, from newsletters and podcasts to courses and events.

The ideal candidate is excited by working on multiple projects simultaneously. We are looking for individuals who can run with projects without heavy supervision, are great communicators, and bring positivity to the work environment as Making Work Fun is part of our operating principles. This role reports directly to the Head of Education.



  • Ideal candidates for this role will have a proven background in program development, creator communications, internal stakeholder management, and measurement of multiple multi-faceted programs
  • Help identify, develop, and own diverse creator communities that are aligned to the creator community strategy using data and analytical insights
  • Communicate product vision, execution plan, and development status with key collaborators and senior management
  • Define the KPI targets, strategy, and execution for growing a highly engaged community
  • Follow technology trends and developments in the communication and collaboration space
  • Collaborate with a cross-functional team to design, produce, and live operate community experiences that keeps the community engaged daily and achieves product goals
  • Work with the Growth and Product team to ensure the conversion Creators’ audiences from newsletters, courses, etc. are in place and performing to benchmarks
  • Help share best practices to help maximize video views, audience growth and creator retention
  • Meet regularly with Creators to obtain feedback and maintain alignment and buy-in
  • Initially, the person in this role will be rolling up their sleeves and completing the end-to-end work. Once the business needs increase, this person will begin to build their team



  • Given the unique nature of this role, we are open to applicants with relevant experience
  • Experience designing and building a community product from conception to implementation
  • Strong knowledge of Excel (or equivalent) and analytics
  • Passion to own a product and push it to be the most it can be
  • 2+ years experience driving community (media preferred)
  • Strong understanding of driving revenue from community, specifically subscriptions
  • Passion to push the boundaries of what owning a community can be
  • Confident using data to inform decision making and achieve KPI’s
  • Excellent communication, planning and organizational skills
  • Good understanding of project management



  • Competitive pay (we don't pay based on location, we assign value to the role)
  • Equity in Workweek
  • Async operations (when possible) with the ability to work in the time zone of your choice (or work IRL in our Austin, TX or New York City office)
  • 25 days of PTO (i.e. 200 hours) per year
  • 100% health insurance coverage, 75% coverage for dependents, and $150/month towards an HSA (or $150/month health stipend if insurance not used)
  • 120 days of parental leave to use within 1 year of childbirth (available 12 months after your start date and only available every 365 days)
  • 401(k) plan with 3.5% company match
  • Monthly health raffle (if you average 8 hours of sleep per night, you’re entered to win health tools and tech, i.e. Fitbit, Apple Watch, etc.)
  • $500/year stipend for any home office needs
  • $1,000/year stipend for continuing education
  • 5-week sabbatical after 4 years on staff
  • 2 volunteering days per year
  • 2x/year in-person team retreat
  • Unlimited book orders from Amazon
  • Want to start a new company? We will be the first investor in your startup if you’ve been with Workweek for 3 years


Note: At Workweek, we’re passionate about building a diverse team. We care deeply about diversity, equality, and inclusion and strive to build a culture where everyone, from any background, feels included, supported, and free to be themselves.

If your experience is this close to what we’re looking for, please consider applying. Experience comes in many forms – skills are transferable, and passion goes a long way. We know that diversity makes for the best problem-solving and creative thinking, which is why we’re dedicated to adding new perspectives to the team and encourage everyone to apply.

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