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Cypress is currently used in over 90 countries by hundreds of thousands of developers across more than 30,000 organizations. Cypress has over 1,800 customers in more than 58 countries across 45 industries and includes marquee names like Atlassian, Crunchbase, GitHub, PayPal, and Slack.

The company was founded in 2015 and has raised $55M in capital to date, including a $40M Series B financing in November 2020, led by OpenView Partners, with participation from Bessemer Venture Partners, Battery Ventures, Sapphire Ventures and 


**This position is eligible to be hired virtually within the US or locally in Atlanta, GA 

The Community Events Manager will focus on building and supporting our community-based events for our greater Cypress Community, including driving logistics and processes to support both virtual and in-person events, collaborating with internal teams, creating engagement opportunities for attendees to connect during and post-event, working on promotional efforts to increase visibility and attendance, and leveraging feedback and data to continue to make our events valuable for our community members and speakers. 

Cypress will rely on this individual to understand the importance and key foundational elements of building valuable event experiences for our community members and speakers. This role will be incredibly important in building out one of the main pillars of our Community. We are looking for someone who has proven success in creating, managing, and owning Community event programs and strategies.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Contribute to the overall Community strategy by creating a valuable and inclusive experience for our community members to actively join, engage, and learn from other Cypress users
  • Creating an inclusive experience for our Community members within every aspect of our events strategy
  • Help build and manage the events program infrastructure, including processes, content strategy, and event platform governance
  • Partner with key internal stakeholders, including Developer Experience and Customer Success, to collaborate and drive event support and education 
  • Create and support event promotional strategy, both internally and externally 
  • Own and report event key metrics and feedback to provide transparency on member sentiment and event outcomes
  • Attend events to support overall logistics and engagement, troubleshoot, gather any helpful insights or feedback
  • Partner with Cypress Ambassadors to lead and participate in community and company-led events
  • Own strategy and logistics for larger events like user conferences and hackathons
  • Collaborate regularly with the Community team to drive alignment on overall initiatives, review potential opportunities, concerns, and successes

Role Attributes: 

  • Team player: You are known for being a true collaborator, thrive in building strong partnerships, and communicate regularly. You lead with integrity and create opportunities to work cross-functionally and transparently with others.
  • Highly organized: Project management and prioritization are your love languages. You are a multitasker at the core, looking for ways to build simultaneously while being efficient. You recognize the importance of keeping the big picture top of mind, but manage the details eloquently. 
  • Self-driven: You can hit the ground running once you know your goals and objectives. You do well with direction, yet can quickly iterate and have the skillset to make the necessary decisions to get things done. 
  • Creative: You are energized by trying new things or updating them to be more interesting, relatable, and fun.
  • Accountable: People can trust your integrity, knowing that you will walk the walk and own your decisions. 
  • Community mind-set: You lead with compassion, respect, and inclusivity. You recognize that everyone is made up of varying opinions and feelings– each with different communication styles, ways of learning and adapting, and much more. You celebrate diversity and encourage others to lead with integrity and empathy. 
  • Data Enthusiast: Gathering and interpreting data is one of your strengths and is pivotal in building initiatives and problem solving 


  • 4+ years of Community event experience, including in-person and virtual events, managing event platforms, building event strategies, processes, and event logistics (planning and execution) 
  • Experience working with open source and developer communities 
  • Project and/or program management experience
  • Vendor partnership & management 
  • Experience with user conferences, webinars, user groups, and hackathons 
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

Although we list out what we generally look for, we are very likely missing other attributes and skills that you have that could make you a great addition, but are not currently listed. Research has shown this especially applies to women and other marginalized groups, who tend to apply if they check 100% of every box, versus men who apply if they hit roughly 60%. The point we’re getting at, it doesn’t hurt to take a chance and apply!

We are an inclusive employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

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