The best way to recruit your team of admins is to look among your most active members or those you know share your passion for the community and its values. You can also make an announcement post to look for volunteers or ask for nominees. Evaluate volunteers and nominees by comparing what you know about them against your mission, looking at their activity in the groups, and their history interacting with other members.
When choosing your admin team, think about what they can do that you can’t. Having a team with different and complementary skills, and specialties will enable you to strengthen your teamwork and performance. At the same time, consider including admins that reflect the diverse make-up of your community. Their ability to represent the different perspectives of your members, can be helpful in setting strategy and managing any challenges with content or members.
All community admins have the ability to add new admins, up to twenty admins per community. It is a good idea to agree with your admin team on the criteria for adding new admins. Do also set the expectation that all admins will notify and align with you and/or existing admins before adding anyone new to the community admin team. More admins will help to distribute workload, but more people can also increase complexity. Make sure any new admins are people you all feel comfortable working with.
Community admins can remove other admins from the community. You are also able to remove yourself, unless you are the creator of the community. If a community admin no longer wants to be an admin, inform your team and look for a suitable replacement for the role.