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What’s the time commitment for a Community Team Member?

Time commitment varies based on your role on the team. Each Community Team Member will be expected to attend one community event in their city per month, while Connections and Training Leads will only be required to attend the event they plan. We predict the average time commitment will be between 5 to 10 hours per month.


What’s in it for you?

  • The chance to present your talent and expertise as a thought leader in your community
  • Access to a network of Fiverr Leaders
  • Direct communications with Fiverr staff
  • Materials from Fiverr to make your events look extra special
  • Continuous Training & Development


How can you be involved?

Applications for our Leadership Teams will be live soon! Check out the ways you could contribute to your city's team:

City Team Leader
You love the big picture. With support from your local team, you oversee a monthly and yearly calendar of events for your city and making sure your team is successful in building a sustainable community.

  • Check-in call with Fiverr Community Organizer once a month
  • Schedule and lead a planning call with local team once a month
  • Manage the event calendar and team schedule for your city
  • Attend and assist with one event per month planned by your team
  • Lead the planning and execution of your city’s End of the Year Party
  • Be present in Slack conversations in the Community channel and in your team channel

Training Lead
You love seeing people get inspired. You find speakers to ignite passion in current/potential Fiverr community members and you own the planning of events that will help people learn, network and connect.

  • Plan a ‘Leveling Up’ once every two months (total: 6 per year)
  • Find engaging speakers to present on a variety of topics/skills
  • Work with the Event Design Lead each month to choose a venue that suits the goals of your event
  • Prepare for and participate in a planning call with local team once a month
  • Assist the Connections Lead by attending their events as you’re able
  • Be present in Slack conversations in the Community channel and in your team channel

Connections Lead
You’re obsessed with continuous learning. You plan workshops and trainings, and you help the City Team Leader and Connections Lead find subject matter experts to teach your community new skills.

  • Plan a ‘Fiverr Connections’ once every two months (total: 6 per year)
  • Find engaging speakers to share their story with the Fiverr community
  • Work with the Event Design Lead each month to choose a venue that suits the goals of your event
  • Prepare for and participate in a planning call with local team once a month
  • Assist the Training Lead by attending their events as you’re able
  • Be present in Slack conversations in the Community channel and in your team channel

Event Design Lead
You love the details. Making events look branded and beautiful is your forte. You display Fiverr swag, help with set up, and make sure the world sees your masterpiece through social media.

  • Build relationships with venues for Fiverr events
  • Make sure there is Fiverr ‘swag’ at every event (if applicable)
  • Take photos at each event and share them on social media
  • Share photos in Slack with your team and your Community Organizer after each event
  • Coordinate with the Training and Connections Lead to ensure they have a confirmed date and venue for their events at least 4 weeks in advance
  • Prepare for and participate in a planning call with local team once a month
  • Be present in Slack conversations in the Community channel and in your team channel

Recruitment Lead
You love networking, and you use your connections to get people to events. You use creative tactics for outreach, and you’re committed to keeping track of who showed up.

  • Build relationships with organizations and thought leaders in your community that would benefit from Fiverr events
  • Be a welcoming face to everyone who walks in the room at each event, especially those who you personally invited
  • Check in each person who RSVPed, and collect the first name, last name, and email or anyone who did not. Send the list of attendees to your Community Organizer within 24 hours after each event.
  • Prepare for and participate in a planning call with local team once a month
  • Be present in Slack conversations in the Community channel and in your team channel