Founders Pledge is seeking a Community Manager

Job description



You will be the face of the community who engages, activates and coordinates our top priority members by building meaningful relationships and making sure they are getting the most out of their experience. This will involve an in depth understanding of our pledgers, a gregarious attitude and a creative approach to engaging incredibly busy people.



Account management

- Builds meaningful relationships with our core members

- Finds creative ways to have regular touchpoints with our top Europe-based members

- Finds opportunities to informally engage our members in FP conversations

- Send personal informal invites to our European members to our events



- Crafts a personal onboarding experience for new members that energises them and gives a great first impression

- Welcomes new European members with coffees and calls to start the relationship and find opportunities to provide value



- Decides how many events we need, in which locations, to best serve our members

- Attends dinners as face of community

- Helps members host dinners in their homes


Community prospecting

- Has a handle on the founders and investors we want to invite into the community and invites potential members to our events to learn more




  • 3+ years experience in relationship building role with high net worths or technology founders and investors, e.g. Donor Stewardship, Account Management, Alumni Relationships

  • Track record of establishing and maintaining senior level relationships with multi-sector partners, including but not limited to donors, international NGOs, academic institutions, business partners, government officials

  • Alignment with data-driven approach to philanthropy

  • Exceptional communication skills with a gregarious attitude - must love to spend time with people

  • Flexible working style and willingness to work in a fast-paced, dynamic environment

  • Fluent in English - other languages would be a plus



Please send a CV and covering letter to hari@founderspledge.com



Disclaimer - I work for Founders Pledge

Comments (5)

Comment author: Joey 08 March 2018 06:52:35PM 13 points [-]

Personally I am not really a fan of job postings being put on this forum. Between all the different EA organizations it would be pretty easy for every second post to be a job ad, and I think that would weaken the forum content for most users. The "Effective Altruism Job Postings" group does a pretty good job at consolidating all jobs that are EA relevant in a central space without cluttering up a space like this.

Comment author: Richenda  (EA Profile) 09 March 2018 01:01:02AM 3 points [-]

Hopefully when CEA develops the EA Forum in the coming months there will be a designated section for job listings :)

Comment author: Arepo 09 March 2018 12:34:36AM 0 points [-]

I'm agnostic on the issue. FB groups have their own drawbacks, but I appreciate the clutter concern. In the interest of balance, perhaps anyone who agrees with you can upvote your comment, anyone who disagrees can upvote this comment (and hopefully people won't upvote them for any other reason) and if there's a decent discrepancy we can consider the question answered?

Comment author: Peter_Hurford  (EA Profile) 09 March 2018 01:34:24AM *  1 point [-]

I have upvoted Joey's comment to indicate agreement with Joey. I have downvoted the original post too for that same reason.

Right now there's a collective action problem and we're very lucky that so few organizations post job ads here, despite there being a clear incentive for more organizations to try to hire via the EA Forum. Low-effort job ads clutter the EA Forum and bury great posts that some of us have spent dozens of hours writing.

Comment author: Arepo 16 March 2018 02:54:35PM 2 points [-]

K. I'll consider my wrist duly slapped!