Dream job alert: Globetrot for Bumble and research how people date

Your main job will be to meet people – both online and in person – in whatever country you happen to be in via Bumble Date, BFF, and Bizz.

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Bumble is looking for someone with tons of social buzz – and an analytical eye – to travel the world, meet people, and study cultural differences in socializing for their job opening of “Global Connector Bee.”

Bumble is the “female first” dating app and social network with over 55 million users worldwide, connecting people for dating, friendship, and professional networking.


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Your main job will be to meet people – both online and in person – in whatever country you happen to be in via Bumble Date, BFF, and Bizz. (You should have enough experience with the app that you know how to use these things).

Through your experiences, you’ll be analyzing how people date, make friends, and network in other cultures – and then share your experiences through blogs, vlogs, social media, and other outlets. Your content should be in line with Bumble’s mission and brand.

There’s more serious work, too: you’ll be expected to research and create case studies about the social networking scene in various countries.

“As our company and community of users continue to grow, it’s so important for us to advance our on-the-ground research about the global dating culture so we can optimize our product offerings for our new communities and future generations,” Chelsea Maclin, Vice President of Marketing at Bumble said in a statement.

The job – and the traveling – will last for up to one year. The position is a contract one with all expenses paid. You’ll be expected to share your experiences across your own social channels, and given the opportunity to do so on Bumble’s, as well.

To apply: by June 14, match with the “Travel the World as Bumble’s Global Connector Bee” card in the app.


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Sheila McClear|is a reporter for Ladders and can be reached at smcclear@theladders.com.