Educator Community Manager

San Francisco, California, United States Part-time

Common Sense is the nation's leading independent nonprofit organization devoted to helping kids and families thrive in a world of media and technology. Every day, millions of families turn to Common Sense for trusted advice and unbiased ratings. We offer the largest library of independent age-based and educational ratings and reviews for everything your kids want to watch, play, read, and learn. Our movie and TV ratings are available on Netflix, Comcast, DirecTV, and many other partner networks, helping families and kids make smart media choices. Through our schools program, we provide educators with a curriculum that teaches the essential digital citizenship and literacy skills every student needs to succeed. More than 50,000 member schools across the country use our ratings, free curricula, and content. We also work with policymakers, industry leaders, and legislators to improve the media and education landscape for kids, families, and schools.

Common Sense is looking for a community manager to engage our community of K–12 educators around our digital literacy resources for schools. This is a four-month-long, 20-hour-per-week contract position reporting to the senior manager of education marketing.


  • Execute community-engagement plan provided by senior community strategist while providing new ideas for engagement on all community platforms, including Facebook and Twitter.
  • Monitor community platforms daily to gather user-generated content and answer any brand-related questions.
  • Support education marketing campaigns within community platforms.
  • Report on community health and metrics while pulling weekly insights and sharing with the larger marketing team.
  • Act as point person for group of 150–200 brand ambassadors, including hosting short webinars and emailing monthly newsletters.


  • Two to three years of experience managing a community. Experience with educator communities preferred.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • A proven track record of collaborating with various stakeholders on projects in a fast-paced environment.
  • Bachelor's degree.
  • Ability to modify or change direction quickly when needed.

Common Sense Media values the diversity of its employees and is an equal opportunity employer.