Developer Technical Community Manager (Core Community)
At the Celo Foundation we partner with organizations across the Celo ecosystem including partnering with cLabs, the team working on the open source platform Celo, whose mission is to build a financial system that creates the conditions for prosperity for all. Celo aims to remove the barriers for large-scale adoption of cryptocurrencies as means-of-payment.
Using a novel address-based encryption algorithm, the Celo protocol makes sending money as easy as sending a text. Additionally, Celo uses stable-value tokens pegged to fiat currencies, like the US Dollar, to minimize volatility.
Celo is an open protocol enabling many to participate in the system, even with a budget Android smartphone. The first application launched on the Celo platform, Valora, is a social payments and money transfer app, aimed at developing markets.
Help to coordinate core engineering changes through community initiatives, calling attention to new proposals, voting deadlines, etc.
Monitor, moderate and manage community sentiment on Discourse (Celo Forum), Discord, Telegram, and Twitter (@celodevs).
Produce and record online community events such weekly or monthly community calls like the “All Core Devs Call”, explore Twitter spaces, and Youtube AMAs, work closely with Celo Core Engineering and MarComms Circle.
Coordinate with members of the community, document conversations around proposed changes to the core Celo blockchain specification.
Support the Core Community newsletter “Celo Signal”.
Measure and report on the success of community growth, support, and engagement initiatives with qualitative and quantitative insights.
Document and work with the community to improve the governance process.
Be an advocate for the wider Celo developer community.
A minimum of 2 years' of community management or social media experience in Proof of Stake blockchains
Familiarity and know-how in operating online platforms such as Discourse, Telegram, Discord, Twitter, Medium.
Experience in supporting and launching community initiatives (e.g. building an online forum, launching an ambassador program, creating an event series, and writing an email newsletter).
An ability to identify and track relevant community metrics, and to utilize those metrics (e.g. repeat attendance at events).
An ability to translate and speak to highly technical topics in ways that are welcoming and inclusive.
Experience coordinating asynchronous groups of individuals around the world.
Experience hosting recurring calls with a community who may have many varying opinions and perspectives.
You are comfortable working remotely with a global team and a global community, across global time zones, in English and potentially in multiple other languages.