TechCrunch Is Looking For An Office Manager

Working at TechCrunch the past three years has been a privilege for me, but it’s time for me to move on. And this is an opportunity for you to move in.

Really, being the TechCrunch office manager and assisting Matthew PanzarinoAlexia Tsotsis and the rest of the team is a dream job. You get to work alongside great co-workers and for a company that’s truly passionate about startups. We all work very hard here at TechCrunch, but we also have a lot of fun. If this sounds like a team you’d like to join, take a look at the listing below and send me an email at

Warning: Applying for this job, you must be prepared for anything.

Provide administrative support to editors of TechCrunch:
– Manage calendars, expenses, travel and shipping needs for editors.
– Keep managers aware of changes with calendar or travel as it changes.
– Complete requests in a timely manner with attention to detail.
Be liaison between editorial staff and all things AOL:
– Answer questions related to HR, accounting and legal.
Have an undying love for expenses:
– Complete expenses for yourself and managers in a timely manner.
– Be knowledgeable about the process so you can explain to writers when problems arise.
– Know what an appropriate expense is, and approve reports in a timely manner.
– Make sure all expenses are charged to the correct department to keep a balanced accounting sheet.
Assist in operation of Disrupt event:
– Be available to solve a wide range of problems associated with Disrupt.
– Handle yourself in a professional manner.
– Fill in where needed.
– Assist VIPs with entering and exiting the building.
Make sure all 3rd-party vendors are paid on time:
– Receive and organize incoming invoices.
– Work with accounts to set up 3rd-party vendors to be paid.
– Submit invoices and follow-up to ensure payment in a timely manner.
Process monthly payroll for freelancers:
– Count number of posts for freelancers and submit to AOL accounting for payment.
– Keep contract database organized for reference and monthly payments.
– Ensure spending is staying within budget.
Track editorial analytics on a weekly basis:
– Pull weekly analytics for editorial team.
– Compile reports based on data as needed for managers.
Help entire editorial team with travel as needed:
– Make sure editorial team is set up with hotel during events.
– Ensure travel is booked in a timely manner for events.
– Research all travel options for events we cover including CES, SXSW, E3, etc.