Do You Always Read The Comments? If So, This Community Manager Job Is For You

Task & Purpose, a news and culture site that provides authentic perspectives on military and veterans issues, is looking to add a full-time community manager.

Task & Purpose’s mission is to provide unfiltered reporting on issues affecting current members of the military and veterans navigating transition and the Department of Veterans Affairs. We were on the ground in December 2016 during the Standing Rock protests with 4,000 other veterans; we sent journalists to Mexico to cover the deported U.S. veterans who are being recruited by drug cartels, we were one of the few publications allowed to attend the NRA’s annual conference this year, and we’ve gotten the exclusive on VA policies before they’ve been announced.

As a community manager with Task & Purpose, you’ll be in constant communication with our passionate users across social channels. You will be the main point of contact for our audience, help shape the online conversation, and produce social content that resonates with them. If you are devoted to giving voice to the post-9/11 generation of American veterans, this could be a great opportunity for you.



This position is full-time and includes a competitive salary and health insurance benefits. Salary will commensurate with experience.

If you’re interested, please send a resume, cover letter, and links to your portfolio, or at least three relevant pieces of sample work, to with the subject line: Community Manager 2017 — [Last name].

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