Sorry to be a stickler, but if a w-2 employee, I believe you have to refer to the doc as a “job description.” I wouldn’t bother with any “agreement” or any independent contractor arrangement - it’s simply too risky to potentially violate your state’s labor laws.
And sorry, there simply shouldn’t be any single job description for a community manager - it will entirely depend upon how your space operates and the workflow. I’ve seen many job descriptions where the scope is so encompassing, that it’s impractical, and therefore unfair for any single individual to effectively accomplish.
You’re welcome to view an ongoing job posting I have on AngelList for a front desk coordinator:
But note that it doesn’t include terms or scope that only in-house folks would understand.
In addition, a job description, while it’s meant to clarify the position, is also risky in that if you ever ask the employee to do more outside the job description, and then later terminate that employee for poor performance, you could end up terminating for reason(s) outside that job description.
Anyway, basically consult a labor lawyer and/or HR professional before you memorialize anything.
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On Dec 11, 2015, at 10:31 AM, Shane Barbanel [email protected] wrote:
Thanks for the reply!
I mean to say: Any agreement, weather it be Independent Contractor, Employment Agreement. I would like to see the best document that would work for both of us, as I see us (hopefully) collaborating and growing the space together, so i was curious what document other Founders use and why.
On Thursday, December 10, 2015 at 7:02:56 PM UTC-5, Shane Barbanel wrote:
Anyone have an example of contract / agreement with the community manager?
I would like to be sure we spell out responsibilities, pay, vacation etc so we have no misunderstandings.
If we have everything understood up front, it makes for a better working relationship.
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