In today's digitally-focused world, there's an increasing need for Community Managers. But not just anyone is cut out for the job. Recruiters need to know you have top-notch community skills. They need to know you can build, communicate with, and manage an online community. If you want to land an interview, you need to know how to demonstrate these skills on your resume.
See examples of how Community is used in resumes:
Community: built a global community of digital health experts, increased 2x
Mentored 100+ startups, scouted for technology, engaged with community
Built pipeline of 3x quota in first commissioned quarter
Managed a sales quota that included a suite of 5 complementary product lines
Executed first-class customer engagement model over 48 sales cycles
Outperformed quota by 153% and 123% in 2015 and 2016 respectively
Achieved rank of top individual contributor in the mid-sized association market 7 quarters in a row
These Community skills are always in high demand:
- Ability to build a community from the ground up; increase social following, community engagement, etc.
- Monitor and respond to questions and comments on social media pages with an understanding of brand voice and positioning
- Experience partnering with industry influencers or affiliates
- Demonstrate an understanding of the target audience and typical customer needs
- Stay up-to-date on the latest social trends
What jobs require Community skills:
- Procurement Manager
- Business Development Manager
- Director Of Procurement
- Operations Manager
- Deputy Director
- Medical Representative
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Community skills courses and certificates:
Here are the top related skills to Community:
Community popularity over time:
Courtesy of Google Trends
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About this report:
Data reflects analysis made on over 1M resume profiles and examples over the last 2 years from Enhancv.com.
While those skills are most commonly met on resumes, you should only use them as inspiration and customize your resume for the given job.