A Community Manager is a great asset to have to improve your organisation’s brand awareness throughout your customer base. They are particularly skilled in building, growing and maintaining communities, they can also help with organising events and being the face of the company.
While this position is usually fairly entry level it’s important that you can find someone with:
- A responsible attitude.
- Someone who’s digital-savvy and has a lot of experience using many different social media platforms.
- A background in brand would be advantageous so that they will accurately reflect and understand your company values.
- You should be focused on finding a candidate that is strategic and well spoken as they’ll be representing your company.
Interviewing a Community Manager
Do you need a new Community Manager in your team? With our Community Manager interview questions, your interview is prepared quickly and easily.
Please note: Our interview questions are suggestions for the earlier stages of the application process and for candidates with average work experience. They are therefore a little more general.
How to open the job interview
Interviews naturally breed nerves, so the first part of your interview should aim to make the candidate feel comfortable speaking with you, you’ll get much more information out of them and a better sense of the person they are if they feel like they can trust the environment they are in.
To do this you can ask some fun and interesting questions linked to the role, they should be open-ended and encourage conversation.