Jobs – Join the FuncheapSF Team!
We’re growing here at FuncheapSF and are looking to fill the following positions to join our team:
- Administrative Assistant – Part-time
Job Details: We’re looking for a very organized and enthusiastic candidate to help keep FunCheapSF from bursting at the seams! Tasks will include managing events on the Funcheap calendar, helping respond to customer service emails, researching upcoming events, working with promoters & venues to organize contests & promotions and more. This will be a freelance part-time position (15-25 hours per week) for you to work from home, so you gotta have zippy internet access. $14-$18/hr depending on experience and awesomeness.
Skills Needed: Ideal candidate should be internet, email and social media savvy, (knowledge of WordPress and/or Excel is a big plus) detail-oriented, understand how to GTD, organized and have a passion for all things San Francisco! You’ll be Johnny Funcheap’s right hand man/woman/other.
If you have a passion for FuncheapSF and would love to be a member of our team at this exciting stage in our growth contact us and show us what you’ve got!
How to Apply: Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with your full name, contact information, resume and salary requirements – and most importantly let us know why you’d like to come work for FuncheapSF!
FuncheapSF.com is a San Francisco-based website which uncovers and shares our curated recommendations of upwards of 50 cheap, fun and unique Bay Area events each week. FuncheapSF.com has over 35,000 members subscribed to its weekly email event listing and has been featured on CBS, NBC, ABC, KGO, KFOG, KQED, sfgate.com, Frommer’s San Francisco, The Examiner, The SF Bay Guardian and the SF Weekly. funcheapSF.com is free for both people trying to find things to do and for promoters trying to spread the word about their events.
“keeps me on top of the best free and cheap shindigs the city has to offer” – sfgate.com
“if you’re not on this email list, get on it!” – sfist.com
“Bookmark Funcheap for the lowdown on free or nearly-free performances slated for the coming week.” – sfweekly.com