Once a worker proposal has been boosted, the proposal takes approximately 7 days to pass. With this time-frame in mind, a worker should submit their proposal on Alchemy one week before she intends to be compensated for her work. It is the worker’s responsibility to submit her worker proposals in a timely manner, and keep track of what she has been paid.
[NAME] Worker Proposal [DATE - DATE]
If this is your first worker proposal, state any context for making the proposal, including:
What position you will be filling – i.e. developer, marketing, governance, etc.
Who you have been in contact with regarding the position (add their DAOtalk usernames)
If you are a continuing worker, state which products and areas you are working on / any other relevant background information
State the date range, typically 2 months (2.5 months for first-time workers).
State the products and / or strategy areas you will be working under. E.g. Omen and governance.
Include both short-term goals that you seek to accomplish during the working period and long-term goals.
List the specific deliverables you will be either completing and / or working on during the working period. Try to state which deliverables you intend to complete within the period and which are long-term or ongoing projects.
State what you did well, what you did okay, and what you need to improve on.
Experience Level: 1-5
Time commitment: Full-time, Part-time, Percent (%) time
Salary for 2 months of work at specified level, to be sent half on the first payment proposal and half on the second payment
DXD vested for 2 years with a 1 year cliff starting the [DATE WORK PERIOD STARTS]
Designated REP to be sent in the second payment proposal
Prior DXdao work proposals (if applicable)
Past Work for DXdao
If a developer, Github links
If a non-tech worker, doc links or described deliverables
If new, past relevant work experience
Developers: Github profile link
Non-tech: suggested linkedin / other references
First Full-Time Proposal: Worker Proposal for 01/2021 Github:nicoelzer
- Ongoing: Caney Fork Worker Proposal 12/1-1-31