Notion

Local Community Lead (Part Time Contract)

Save to Kiter
What Notion is looking for in applicants

About Us:

We're on a mission to make it possible for every person, team, and company to be able to tailor their software to solve any problem and take on any challenge. Computers may be our most powerful tools, but most of us can't build or modify the software we use on them every day. At Notion, we want to change this with focus, design, and craft.

We've been working on this together since 2016, and have customers like Nike, Airbnb, Slack, Samsung and thousands more on this journey with us. Today, we're growing fast and excited for new teammates to join us who are the best at what they do. We're passionate about building a company as diverse and creative as the millions of people Notion reaches worldwide.

About The Role:

We're lucky to have a vibrant, creative community building all kinds of cool things with Notion and sharing it with the world. They host online and offline events, make videos, share advice and templates, translate marketing into other languages, and so much more. This global community plays a huge part in inspiring users in ways we never thought possible.

Now, we're looking for several community leaders to join our team as contractors, who can help rally, support, and shape our communities in three of our biggest markets: Korea, Japan and France. In this role, you'll serve as geo-specific Notion leaders and experts in the local community, helping us produce and share localized content, and more we haven't thought of yet.

What You'll Achieve:

  • Build. You'll help us plan and execute ways for us to scale our local community programs while retaining the same warmth and kindness felt in the community since early on. This requires a lot of detail-oriented logistics - from setting up online events and meetups to building Notion templates, to helping community members succeed in their work.
  • Represent. You'll represent Notion in your country by speaking at conferences, becoming an extension of our brand on social media, helping out with PR efforts, contributing to online forums, and building relationships with local influencers.
  • Listen. You'll constantly monitor and participate in conversations about Notion in your country, surfacing sentiment, exceptional user-generated content, and feedback from both new and power users. You'll share insights and lessons directly with the team to influence product development, marketing campaigns, and more.
  • Test. The faster we can figure out what works, the sooner we can provide more value to the community. You'll identify metrics that actually map to our goals, use them to figure out what programs we should invest in, and relentlessly iterate.

Skills You'll Need to Bring:

  • You've built significant communities. You've helped create or moderate a vibrant community for yourself or a company before. You come with a toolkit of tactics to do this again for us. You love connecting people and helping others when the opportunity arises.
  • You're a Notion power user. You're comfortable building relational databases and sharing your own templates. You've watched dozens of the advanced tutorials on YouTube (and maybe created some of your own) and been to at least one Notion meetup.
  • You understand your local community. You have a deep understanding of what makes communities successful in your country.
  • You're already an evangelist. You enjoy helping people set up their Notion workspaces and spend a time teaching folks how to use the product or answering questions.
  • You're comfortable with video. You've created videos on YouTube or Loom and hosted webinars for a company. You're charismatic and clear in your communication style.
  • You're analytical. You know how to conduct experiments, understand metrics in a tool like Amplitude, and create reports.
  • You're familiar with social platforms. You're experienced with tools like Facebook Groups, Slack, Discord, and Telegram. You stay up to date with the latest tools that could help us foster stronger community.
  • You have a strong execution mindset. We're moving fast and there is a lot to do every day. You don't mind getting scrappy!
  • Business English skills. You’re comfortable working in written English; spoken English is a plus!

Our customers come from all walks of life and so do we. We hire great people from a wide variety of backgrounds, not just because it's the right thing to do, but because it makes our company stronger. If you share our values and our enthusiasm for small businesses, you will find a home at Notion.

Notion is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate in hiring or any employment decision based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), marital status, ancestry, physical or mental disability, genetic information, veteran status, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, or other applicable legally protected characteristic. Notion considers qualified applicants with criminal histories, consistent with applicable federal, state and local law. Notion is also committed to providing reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities and disabled veterans in our job application procedures. If you need assistance or an accommodation due to a disability, please let your recruiter know.

Want some tips on how to get an interview at Notion?

What is Notion looking for?
If this role looks interesting to you, a great first step is to understand what excites you about the team, product or mission. Take your time thinking about this and then tell the team! Get in touch and communicate that passion.
What are interviews for Local Community Lead (Part Time Contract) like?
Interview processes vary by company, role and team. The best plan is to see what others have experienced and then plan accordingly.
How to land an interview at Local Community Lead (Part Time Contract)?
A great first step is organizing your path to an offer. Check out Kiter for tools to get started!