As a Community Engagement Coordinator on our Community team,  you will work closely with a team of community, communications, legal, and policy leads.  You will be helping shape the future of work for our network of over 300k Postmates couriers across the country by building meaningful relationships with Postmates Fleet champions – so you can advocate for their needs on and off of our platform with key internal stakeholders , scaling existing community efforts, and help manage our network of workforce and economic mobility partners . Our team is small but our mission is big and we are looking for a passionate change-maker to join us in building the best community for gig-workers.

Experience organizing or canvassing diffuse communities strongly preferred, though not required. Issue campaign or political campaign experience is a plus. Active members of our Fleet are encouraged to apply and lend their unique perspective as this role will be focused on community building within our Postmates Fleet.

Responsibilities

  • Help develop, organize, and most importantly execute community campaigns and events
  • Assist with advocacy and community communications
  • Assist with the management of our network of partners
  • Assist with the management of existing communities ( including an advisory boards and beta groups) and the launch of new, scalable communities
  • Capacity to write, edit, proofread, and fact-check copy for brand consistency, clarity, and accuracy across multiple channels including blog, email, and in-app
  • Delivering multiple projects, while ensuring that quality is never compromised

Requirements

  • Quality-consciousness and exceptional attention to detail
  • Strong sense of urgency while demonstrating resourcefulness, productivity, and efficiency
  • 5+ years of communications, community, policy, or related experience
  • Project management experience and experience working to coordinate activities with multiple stakeholders
  • Strong external communication skills,
  • 3rd party Partnerships
  • Experience as a Postmate courier preferred, but not required

Benefits

  • Competitive salary and generous stock option plan (stay aligned with the long term value you create)
  • Medical, dental and vision insurance and it’s 100% paid for by the company
  • Tasty, healthy lunches
  • Snack-filled kitchen (mostly healthy, but very tasty)
  • Impact-first work environment (no politics, no pandering)
  • Huge company vision (we need you to build the future, not just maintain the status quo)
  • Awesome office in San Francisco close to mass transit




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