We’d like to bring on an additional D&D Adventurers League Community Manager, and we’re looking for someone awesome to join us!
D&D Adventurers League (DDAL) Community Manager Role & Responsibilities
The DDAL Community Manager role will serve as an advocate for the DDAL community as well as an official voice of the DDAL team. This particular position focuses on social media management and influencer relations, and works closely with the Senior DDAL Community Manager, who is responsible for community engagement strategy, content planning, and rules feedback.
The specific responsibilities of this role include the following:
Maintains official Adventurers League Twitter account and creates a posting schedule
Monitors Adventurers League channels in the official D&D Discord and suggests feature improvements
Serves as the primary DDAL representative in social channels (Twitter, Discord)
Contributes to review of event codes of conduct
Contributes to blog posts for Yawning Portal
Influencer engagement lead:
Serves as the point-of-contact for influencer requests and discussion
Develops community events with influencer spotlight
Creates initiatives for influencers to use DDAL adventures in streams and podcasts
This position takes direction from the Senior DDAL Community Manager, the Wizards Community Team, and the Wizards D&D Play Manager.
This is a freelance contracted position with Wizards of the Coast. The contract term expires on December 31, 2021, with possibility of renewal for 2022. Pay is $2000/quarter, with an additional $500 stipend for professional development. Expected work hours are approximately 8 hours/week. There is no expectation of travel to events in this role.
In addition to the above, the DDAL Community Manager receives important new D&D product releases from Wizards of the Coast, as review of these materials is important for the job.
Be 18 years or older
Sign a non-disclosure agreement with Wizards
Have access to Microsoft Teams for internal communication
Submit a short resume and cover letter showcasing their relevant experience
Not be an employee of another company that designs, produces, or manufactures games
Non-employee contributors (such as freelancers or contractors) to other game companies are okay
Ideal applicants possess at least some of the following qualities:
Experience managing online communities
D&D Adventurers League experience as a player and/or Dungeon Master
Familiarity with and/or engagement with the tabletop RPG streaming and podcast community
Ability to thrive in a collaborative work environment
Interested applicants should submit their resume and cover letter by email to Community@DnDAdventurersLeague.org by Friday, May 21st at 11:59pm ET.
We’ll notify you upon receipt of your application, and again if selected. If you are not selected, we will notify you upon declination. An interview may be requested during the application process.