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Community Manager (Programs Coordinator)

Mina Foundation

Apply before: June 12, 2024
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  • Date posted
    May 13, 2024
  • Location
    Onsite
  • Apply before
    June 12, 2024
  • Career Level
    Any

Job Description

Description

POSITION TITLE: Community Programs Coordinator 

ROLE SUMMARY: This role supports the development and execution of community programs, including design, onboarding, grant operations, and general support. We’re looking for someone who can wear a bunch of different hats and get stuff done to drive the ecosystem forward.

This role reports directly to: Developer Ecosystem Manager (Yasin) 

PRIMARY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Contribute to community program design & general execution (zkIgnite, Navigators, Scouting) 
  • Collect feedback from community members about how grant programs are working, what needs improvement, and how to improve
  • Coordinate the scheduling of public events related to programs, collect notes and key info, share written updates post-event
  • Support the leaders in the community by staying in close contact via telegram and discord and making sure key stakeholders always have an open line of communication with Mina Foundation
  • Grant operations
    • Work to onboard teams to program by assisting with KYC process.
    • Work directly with MF finance team to help facilitate grant payments to Mina grantees, including grantee follow-up to collect and capture necessary information as needed.  
    • Build relationship with grantees and act as ‘point of contact’ questions related to grant payments & operations, as well as general program inquiries 
  • Become a trusted partner for the community team, available to jump in on any project needed

You might be a good fit if:

  • You can explain why Mina is a next-generation blockchain in detail 
  • You’re naturally curious and get motivated by solving difficult problems
  • You value ‘listening’ as one of the most important skills someone can have 
  • You’re comfortable working across different languages, cultures, and anonymous profiles (the role will require English, but we work with translators where needed)
  • You can explain what open-source culture means to you
  • You’re a good writer 

Terms:

  • Remote
  • The role will start with a 3-month trial period 
  • European timezones preferred, but not required 

Requirements

You should be very knowledgable about the blockchain industry and have a good network with the space regularly attending meetups and conventions. You should have a very good knowledge about the technical and commercial issues faced by protocols in the industry and should both use blockchain protocols, build on them or be very active in the community. Strong preference is granted to people from technical backgrounds.

Benefits

Excellent Comp and Benefits