Yesterday I sent out a tweet asking if anyone is hiring for certain non-technical roles in Web3, and I got an overwhelming number of responses in the comments and messages in my DMs.
To make it easier for job-seekers to find what they’re looking for, I sorted through the comments and DMs and compiled a list of job openings by function.
Before we get into that, I wanted to highlight a few observations I made from all the messages I received over the last 24 hours and from my past experiences looking for and hiring for various marketing and media roles.
Hiring is like dating. Two strangers meet to explore whether they want to be in a relationship together. When both parties feel the same way about wanting to be in a relationship with each other, we call it a success.
A job interview is an opportunity for the employer to learn more about the candidate in order to assess whether the candidate might be a good fit for the role. It’s also an opportunity for the candidate to learn more about the employer to assess whether this is a company where they would like to work.
The reason I’m highlighting this is because I received a significant number of comments and DMs in response to my tweet yesterday that make me think many employers have forgotten or don’t realize that hiring is a two-way street. I’ve noticed that many employers seem to think they’re the 6’4” perfectly tanned and chiseled athletic 4.0 GPA Ivy-league graduate that everyone wants to date, when in fact most employers more closely resemble a 5’7” average looking 3.0 GPA from an average school kind of guy.
With that in mind, here are five questions that I think are useful and important for employers and candidates to ask one another during the interview process:
Here are some web3 companies hiring right now, compiled from the comments and DMs I received in response to the tweet posted at the top and organized by role.
Please let me know if you found this to be helpful by collecting this post, sharing it on social, or tweeting @ddwchen. I would love to continue publishing curated job boards like this in the future if you found this to be useful.