Not only does the platform matter, but the projects you want to moderate are equally important. A lot of community engagement, growth, and management has to do with social proof and standing. Projects have reputations, community managers have reputations, and the entire team has a reputation. Keeping the checks and balances is very important for a project.
For example, if you are moderating a community room and they decide to exit scam, the fire will be pointed at the closest person. Being relegated to a phony or notorious for managing scam projects isn’t good for hiring aspects. It is important to understand that unlike community management for traditional projects, the stakes are exponentially higher. Given the vested financial interests of community members, the tension can get significant in the face of an adversity (i.e. discovery of a protocol vulnerability, negative sentiment caused by a harsh press piece etc.).