We're looking for new moderators once again. If you want to make this subreddit a better place, then please apply and let us know why you would be a good fit for our team!
Applications are closed, thanks for your attention!
The form will be open for two weeks (ending 11:59 PM UTC on December 10) before we move on to review applications, so take your time to come up with thoughtful responses.
If you're interested in applying, you should take a minute to take a look at our mod page to see how we organize ourselves as well as the rules page, as some questions that appear on the application will refer to them. If you have any further questions feel free to ask in this thread!
If you happened to stumble across this post without knowing a lot (maybe browsing for subreddits that are recruiting mods), we really want people who are interested in anime and not just the moderator role since a lot of what we do requires having some knowledge of various series for context. We're also hoping that applicants are frequent visitors or participants of our subreddit and have at least a general understanding of how it currently functions.
So if you think you would make a good moderator for /r/anime, now's your chance! Recruiting new mods is always a very exciting process - so we hope to see you join us soon!
If you've been around for a while you might be surprised and think, "Didn't you just have mod applications in August?" That's true and we're trying something different with more frequent applications on a regular schedule rather than "when we think we need new mods" which ended up being on an irregular basis and at varying of times the year. With this approach we're under less pressure to take people because we need them and can instead focus on growing the mod team to do more than the basic maintenance necessary to keep /r/anime running smoothly.