Community Assistant (EN) (w/m/d) in 10117 Berlin / sMeet Communications GmbH
Community Assistant (EN) (w/m/d)
Part-time role for English 3D online platform smeet.com
Minijob on 450 EUR per month basis
The Berlin-based sMeet Communications GmbH develops and operates the innovative 3D
games platform www.smeet.com . With more than 28 million users from around the world
designing their own avatars and 3D rooms, taking part in group challenges and chatting
with each other, we are Europe’s largest 3D social chat game.
We are offering a flexible part-time position covering the areas of translation, community
management, social media posting and customer support for the English-language domain of the platform.
Proof-reading of all English product descriptions, dialogues, features and newsletters
- the focus here is on creative copywriting that really engages our players!
Writing blog and Facebook entries.
Moderating the English-language server and providing customer support for our
users directly via the sMeet platform itself, as well as through Google Play and the Facebook page.
Apart from your enthusiasm, you should also bring with you...
Perfect English skills, written and spoken (native speaker level).
Additional language skills (particularly Russian, Portuguese, German, Italian, Spanish, Polish or Turkish) are a plus.
Interest in community building, social media strategies, Web 2.0, and mobile and social gaming.
Strong communication skills and an enjoyment in dealing directly with people!
The ideal candidate will be looking for a part-time job (10 hours per week) that can be
done alongside studying/training etc.
To apply, please send your CV, Cover Letter and any other relevant documents via email
to email@example.com, for the attention of Samuel Sehmsdorf. Please also visit our platform
in advance of contacting us - create a sMeet profile and see if you can imagine yourself as
the public face of our game!
We are looking forward to your applications!
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