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CDF, General Manager

Linux FoundationSan Francisco, CA, USA, Remote

Linux Foundation is hiring a Remote CDF, General Manager

Company Description

The Linux Foundation is the organization of choice for the world’s top developers and companies to build ecosystems that accelerate open technology development and commercial adoption. Together with the worldwide open source community, it is solving the hardest technology problems by creating the largest shared technology investment in history.

Today, the Linux Foundation has over 2,000 corporate members from over 41 countries, including every single one the Fortune 100. The Linux Foundation has proudly created over $54B in shared technology value since inception. We’re growing at a phenomenal rate and we’re looking for top marketer’s to join our growing team.

Job Description

The Continuous Delivery Foundation is dedicated to improving the world’s capacity to deliver software with security and speed. The CD Foundation enables any organization to deliver value faster by adopting continuous delivery practices. The CD Foundation is a vendor-neutral, non-profit organization that is establishing better developer experiences through best practices advocacy, educational programming, and a global community of practice. Our open source projects, including Jenkins, Spinnaker and Tekton, are used by millions of developers worldwide. The CD Foundation is part of the Linux Foundation, a non profit organization. For more about the CD Foundation, please visit https://cd.foundation.  

As the General Manager (GM), you will work closely with both the Board of Directors supported by the CD Foundation team and wider Linux Foundation. You will also work closely with an energetic community of open source developers, software delivery practitioners and technology leaders involved in our hosted projects. 

The GM has overall strategic and operational responsibility for managing staff, developing programs, and overseeing the prudent execution of the CD Foundation’s mission. You will be responsible for recruiting and supporting corporate CD Foundation members, who provide the essential backbone of financial support for all Foundation activities. Working with the Board, you will be responsible for ensuring that budgeted programs are executed faithfully and transparently. 

As GM, you will be a visible champion of the mission and vision of our hosted projects, advancing the CD Foundation’s mission to improve the world's capacity to deliver software with security and speed. 

Responsibilities 

Grow the community around the CD Foundation and its hosted projects. 

  1. Understand the ecosystem of hosted CD Foundation projects, including Jenkins, Spinnaker, Tekton, Shipwright, and many others, and identify opportunities to increase financial support for hosted projects through new CD Foundation memberships. 
  2. Work within the ecosystem of hosted projects to develop compelling membership benefits which drive more engaged corporate membership, and develop the end-user membership program to mirror the growth of the communities. 
  3. Involve the Board, project leadership, Technical Oversight Committee (TOC), Foundation staff, and end-user communities in developing long-term programs that support the continued increase of all manner of code and community contributions to hosted projects. 
  4. Cooperate with other institutions and organizations that have shared goals and purposes, creating affiliations and maintaining good working relationships with organizations such as Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) and OpenSSF, for the benefit of hosted project communities.
  5. Evangelize and encourage potential projects to join the CD Foundation community and guide them through the proposal process. Partner with the Foundation members, TOC, and community to identify desired projects to approach. 

Effectively evangelize CD Foundation brand and projects as well as continuous delivery adoption 

  1. Represent the CD Foundation and hosted projects in external relations with the technology community, governmental entities, the media, and the general public. 
  2. Conduct public relations campaigns, maintain contact with the media, supervise and approve staff contacts with the media. 
  3. Assist project communities in building strong brands that engage end users and demonstrate the benefits of adopting continuous delivery technologies. 
  4. Build on the positioning of our flagship conference cdCon as the leading vendor-neutral conference for modern software delivery. 

Grow and sustain the CD Foundation membership base 

  1. Develop new sponsor/member relationships with a focus on growing the hosted project user community and, by extension, the CD Foundation funding base. 
  2. Oversee efforts of staff or members involved in developing initiatives as well as actively seeking sponsorship funding from other foundations, corporations, and other sources. 
  3. Take an active role in ensuring that renewing members understand the value of continued membership, communicating achievements and progress on a regular basis. 

Run the business 

  1. Involve the Board, TOC, staff and end user communities in developing organizational goals, a strategic plan, and projections for supporting the CD Foundation’s mission. 
  2. Ensure that programs have clear objectives and are within the scope of the resources and mission of the Foundation. 
  3. Oversee the gathering, analysis, and reporting of data that demonstrates the accomplishments of the Foundation, including search, surveys, code contributions, meetups, blogs, etc. 
  4. Oversee all financial management of the Foundation including all grant and funding administration required by either the Linux Foundation or other supporters. Possess thorough knowledge of all funding sources and required records. 
  5. Prepare the budget for approval by the Board of Directors.
  6. Report to the Board of Directors in a timely manner on all matters of importance, including financial status, funding projections, policy setting, planning, project operations, employee matters, and the long-term health of the CD Foundation. 
  7. Provide adequate materials and analysis to assist the Board of Directors in making decisions on all matters of importance to policy setting. 
  8. Maintain and adapt the organizational structure and systems capable of meeting the needs of the Foundation in carrying out its mission. 
  9. Review program evaluation results; develop and execute strategies for continual improvement. 
  10. Encourage staff and volunteers throughout the foundation to develop creative solutions and innovative approaches to achieve their objectives. 
  11. Oversee all staff hiring and termination, as well as all other personnel-related matters of the program. 
  12. Create an environment that encourages cooperation between the staff to meet common goals. 

Qualifications

  • Strong technical understanding of continuous delivery and related technologies, and experience building open source communities. 

  • Prior leadership experience (at least five years) in a management or executive role. 

  • Experience and passion for working in both the technology and nonprofit sector. 

  • Successful track record of fiscal oversight of a program/division of comparable size and complexity. 

  • Experience reporting to a Board of Directors, guiding Board leadership, and developing Board members. 

  • Commitment to run high-quality programs, with data-driven program evaluation. 

  • Excellence in organizational management with the ability to coach, supervise, and motivate staff. 

  • Proven track record-setting and achieving strategic objectives while successfully managing organizational finances. 

  • Strong technical marketing, public relations, and fundraising experience with the ability to engage a wide range of stakeholders and cultures. 

  • Persuasive and passionate communicator, both written and oral. 

  • Action-oriented, entrepreneurial, adaptable, and innovative. 

  • Ability to work effectively in collaboration with diverse groups of people. 

Location is virtual but will require being available during US timezone working hours to coordinate with other staff working on the project.

Education and Other Training: 

  •  Recommended: B.A. or B.S degree or comparable industry experience.

Additional Information

This position requires overnight and weekend travel to events both domestically and internationally (~30%). As our in-person events require COVID-19 vaccinations for participation, the position requires proof of COVID-19 vaccination. This position is remote, and is open to applicants who can work North America time zone standard business hours. In order to be qualified for employment in this role, final candidates must comply with the vaccination requirement or receive an approved accommodation.

The Linux Foundation is an all-remote-work organization that hires world-class talent. We are as passionate about providing a flexible and supportive work culture as we are about open-source software. Collaboration is in our DNA, and we pride ourselves on being able to work closely together while not being tied to an office. We offer exceptional benefits - e.g., top-of-the-line healthcare, unlimited PTO, Flex Fridays, and a 100% 401k match (up to the IRS-defined limit per year).

The Linux Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We value diversity and encourage anyone interested to apply! All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.

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Linux Foundation is hiring a Remote Head of Community Programs, CNCF

Company Description

Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) serves as the vendor-neutral home for many of the fastest-growing open source projects, including Kubernetes, Prometheus, and Envoy.

Job Description

The Head of Community Programs serves as a key member of the CNCF team, leading community marketing initiatives that broaden the scope and audience of cloud native. They do that by running existing key initiatives - such as Kubernetes Community Days, Student outreach program, CloudNativeTV, the marketing committee - and conceptualizing new programs and strategizes for our communities of interest. In addition, the Head of Community Programs s an eloquent communicator - both written and verbal - who creates thought leadership on various technology topics and supports the marketing team with a deep understanding of the cloud native ecosystem.

Qualifications

  • Experience in Cloud Native: You are a member of the cloud native community and understand its culture and ethos. You have a network within the community and enjoy spreading our values and culture across organizations. 2+ year experience in the community desired. 

  • Stewardship of our values: You understand and uphold the CNCF Code of Conduct and interject if you observe it being infringed.

  • Writing skills: You are able to communicate about cloud native technologies and the community in a succinct and engaging manner. You enjoy writing and have produced blog posts and other writing pieces about our ecosystem.

  • Presentation skills: You love telling the cloud native story whether that be in 1:1 conversations in-person or online or representing CNCF on the stage at conferences 

  • Community engagement skills: You have experience building programs leveraging CNCF community, staff, ambassadors, or members. 

  • Tooling and iteration experience: We require a working knowledge of GitHub, Google Suite, and Slack. We also are a very iterative team and constantly evaluate and iterate on inflight programs. 

  • Ability to keep a flexible schedule: CNCF staff and the community are spread in 187 countries. This position requires you to be willing to adjust schedules to collaborate with people when necessary. A big chunk of the team is present in the US with a sizable representation from the EU. We also have a China team and folx working from Thailand and New Zealand. 

  • Ability to travel: Able to travel, including internationally, several times a year to staff and attend events.

  • 5+ years of experience working in technology

Additional Information

Responsibilities:

  • Lead top community engagement initiatives at CNCF:

    • Evaluate existing programs every six months to enhance, streamline, or sunset programs

  • Build new programs to encourage CNCF adoption in new technology and industry verticals and expand our community to increase our diversity, equity, and inclusion

    • Current programs include:

    • Lead for Kubernetes Community Days program with Events and other team members

    • Directly recruit and collaborate with event organizers to ensure all planning and execution is smooth, along with Events team support

  • Live streaming at CNCF

    • Define the livestreaming strategy and run operations

    • Organize the CloudNative.tv program

    • Strategize and leverage CNTV for events 

  • Lead CNCF student program

    • Grow the next generation of the cloud native community through scholarships and programs engaging to students

  • Grow thought leadership for CNCF:

    • Represent the foundation as a speaker and content creator 

  • Support the team by creating materials and collateral: 

    • Create talks and presentations that tell the story of what cloud native is and where it is going for events and conferences

    • Enable the community to maximize their experience with cloud native:

  •  Enable the community to maximize their experience with cloud native:

    • Host new member welcome calls 

      • Introduce new members to the CNCF community and walk them through the benefits they are eligible to receive 

  • Support the monthly Marketing Committee calls

    • Provide monthly updates to the Marketing Committee on your initiatives 

    • Co-host the monthly meeting with marketing pod members

  • Work with an awesome set of colleagues in Marketing, Member Programs, Business Development, PR & Comms, and Projects to build the next generation of cloud native

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Linux Foundation is hiring a Remote Tier-1 Customer Support Specialist (APAC Region)

Company Description

The Linux Foundation is the organization of choice for the world’s top developers and companies to build ecosystems that accelerate open technology development and commercial adoption. Together with the worldwide open source community, it is solving the hardest technology problems by creating the largest shared technology investment in history.

Today, the Linux Foundation has over 2,000 corporate members from over 41 countries, including every single one the Fortune 100. The Linux Foundation has proudly created over $54B in shared technology value since inception. We’re growing at a phenomenal rate and we’re looking for top marketer’s to join our growing team.

Job Description

The Customer Support Specialist (CSS) will respond to customer inquiries submitted primarily through an online ticketing system, and other channels such as email, phone or social media. 
This position will be responsible for resolving  customer support tickets and escalating more complex ones as needed. 

By possessing an excellent technical familiarity with the ins and outs of software and our specific product workflow,the CSS will diagnose and troubleshoot customer issues directly or act as a liaison to the technical support teams. 

This position will participate in a weekend on-call roster, shared on a rotating basis with other team members. This CSS will also complete miscellaneous work requests to support the Training & Certification operations.

Customer Support Specialist responsibilities include:

  • Providing information on Training and Certification products offered by The Linux Foundation

  • Assisting with purchases, refunds or payment issues

  • Answering questions about Linux Foundation Training & Certification Terms, Conditions and Policies 

  • Answering questions about Exam rules and policies

  • Providing information on the Exam registration, scheduling and taking process.

  • Assisting candidates who report issues accessing their training or certification products in the LMS.

  • Providing post-exam support to candidates who encounter technical issues while taking their  exam.

  • Providing support for candidates who request information on or challenge their final score

  • Assisting with requests to change Digital Badge and Certification information

The ideal candidate will:

  • Understand the customer’s requirements and respond with a solution in a timely manner.

  • Be able to quickly learn new technologies in a self-directed manner as needed for the job

  • Develop an understanding of our systems integration and workflow, and be able to work quickly between multiple systems (e.g Thought Industries LMS, Stripe, Salesforce).

  • Be self motivated and productive in a virtual workplace.

  • Have excellent problem-solving skills, creativity, and attention to detail

  • Take ownership of work, sweat the details and take pride in producing   high-quality work

  • Be able to juggle constantly changing tasks and details without dropping the ball

  • Be able to interface professionally with a variety of internal colleagues, teams and external customers. 

  • Be effective in oral and written communication

  • Be comfortable with email and Slack as primary forms of communication

  • Be able to work independently as well as in a team

  • Be proficient on computers and be a quick learner on web-based programs

  • Be positive, proactive, and readily embrace change

  • Live in, or be willing to work on, a timezone within the APAC Region

  • Be willing to shift schedules as needed, to deal with the practical challenges presented by working with colleagues across global time zones. This would be a requirement for the first 3-6 months of the hiring date, to accommodate on-the-job training.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree; or equivalent combination of education and experience. 

  • 2+ years of customer support, and operations experience. 

  • Proficiency in business technologies including Google Apps and Atlassian Tools,  such as JIRA Service Desk and Confluence

Additional Information

The Linux Foundation is an all-remote-work organization that hires world-class talent. We are as passionate about providing a flexible and supportive work culture as we are about open-source software. Collaboration is in our DNA, and we pride ourselves on being able to work closely together while not being tied to an office. We offer exceptional benefits - e.g., top-of-the-line healthcare, unlimited PTO, Flex Fridays, and a 100% 401k match (up to the IRS-defined limit per year).

The Linux Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We value diversity and encourage anyone interested to apply! All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.

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People Manager for Engineers

Linux FoundationSan Francisco, CA, USA, Remote

Linux Foundation is hiring a Remote People Manager for Engineers

Company Description

ISRG is a nonprofit with a mission to reduce financial, technological, and educational barriers to secure communication over the Internet. We do this mainly by running public benefit services such as our free and open certificate authority, Let’s Encrypt, and our privacy respecting metrics service, Divvi Up.

Job Description

At ISRG, the traditional role of an engineering manager is split into two roles. Each of our engineers has a technical lead who is responsible for technical decisions, prioritization, and the assigning of work to engineers. Each engineer also has a people manager who is responsible for:

  1. Ensuring that staff have an excellent quality of life at work.
  2. Offering career growth guidance and assistance.
  3. Communicating HR information and facilitating interactions with HR.
  4. Managing hiring processes to bring on additional staff.
  5. Contributing to building and maintaining organizational policies related to hiring, onboarding, and staff wellness.

We are hiring a people manager. You will initially have between 6 and 8 direct reports. The number of direct reports you manage may change over time as our organization evolves and we grow our understanding of what works best.

Qualifications

Here's what we'd like you to bring to the team:

  • Software engineering education or experience that allows you to understand and follow relevant issues and discussions. You will not be performing software engineering work or making technical decisions, but you will need to be able to understand what your reports are doing.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • A communication style that embraces kindness, compassion, and clarity.
  • The ability to have difficult conversations when necessary.
  • Strong organizational skills.

Experience with HR and/or people operations would be appreciated but is not required.

Additional Information

All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.

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Marketing Manager, FINOS

Linux FoundationNew York, NY, USA, Remote

Linux Foundation is hiring a Remote Marketing Manager, FINOS

Company Description

Linux Foundation

The Linux Foundation is creating the greatest shared technology investment in history by enabling open source collaboration across companies, developers, and users. We are the organization of choice to build ecosystems that accelerate open technology development and commercial adoption.

FINOS (Fintech Open Source Foundation)

The Fintech Open Source Foundation (FINOS) is an organization under the Linux Foundation umbrella whose mission is to promote open source and related open source practices during a period of unprecedented technological transformation within financial services. FINOS believes that organizations embracing open source software development and common standards will be best positioned to capture the growth opportunities presented by this transformation. We bring together the world’s top banks, fund managers and financial services technology firms enabling them to collaborate in an open, trusted environment.

Job Description

The Linux Foundation is looking for a Marketing Manager, FINOS, to influence and execute a data-driven marketing strategy to drive growth in the FINOS community and member base, spanning financial services, technology and open source communities. The individual will collaborate across FINOS and its communities and have visibility into the broader Linux Foundation landscape. The role reports to the Sr Manager of Marketing, FINOS. This is a great opportunity to work with some of the world’s top financial institutions and technology companies, fostering collaboration and driving innovation.

FINOS is experiencing huge growth as open source becomes increasingly prominent and important in this historically conservative industry. If you think you have the skills and passion to help us grow our marketing practice and team to the next level, we look forward to hearing from you! 

RESPONSIBILITIES

This is a broad role requiring a wide range of skills and the ability to adapt and evolve as FINOS’ marketing requirements change as we experience unprecedented growth. First and foremost responsibility will be in marketing execution, specifically: 

  • Execute daily marketing operations within HubSpot marketing modules

    • Social media posting for LinkedIn and Twitter

    • Newsletter, blog post, event post, etc. workflow management

    • Marketing email setup and workflow management

    • Blogs copy and content creation + editing

    • Content updates on website (finos.org) as needed

    • HubSpot workflow management

  • Support Sr. Marketing Manager in setting overall strategy for, and maintaining editorial calendar

  • Work across functional teams to bubble up stories and highlights to share through different marketing channels, and to support business development’s goal of showing value for members

  • Coordinate with the Member Success function in engaging Members in participating in FINOS marketing activities (e.g. events, press releases, etc) as well as FINOS engaging in Member activities (internal expos and events, webinars, etc)

  • Work with the CTO and Community Managers to support project centric marketing to improve community adoption and contributions as well as to manage FINOS participation in external developers conferences/events including speakers, presentations, logistics, etc

  • Field marketing issues / requests from internal team members to move through kanban board

  • Monitor and analyze the success of marketing activity using a data-driven approach, providing marketing metrics to the marketing and leadership teams 

  • Work collaboratively with FINOS and the Linux Foundation (LF) marketing operations function and external agencies (PR, Events, etc) as required.

  • Field marketing support (events, swag, etc.)

Qualifications

REQUIRED

  • At least 3-5 years of technology marketing experience 

  • Strong knowledge of HubSpot marketing & automation tools.

  • Strong execution and operational marketing skills

  • Social media experience

  • Understand persona-based marketing for both business and technical audiences 

  • Previous experience developing tactics for developer-persona marketing 

  • Proven success using campaigns to promote and support products that have software developers and / or business users as customers

  • Excellent oral and written communication and presentation skills

  • Ability to forge strong relationships with FINOS members and project maintainers and to understand the requirements/challenges specific to a regulated industry

  • Ability to engage and positively influence multiple internal teams

  • Self-motivated individual, able to work in a collaborative environment with a remote team and to meet self-imposed deadlines

  • Strong organizational skills and ability to balance the demands of multiple projects

  • Must be able and willing to travel nationally and internationally (primarily to the USA, UK and continental Europe, though traveling to Asia may also be required).

DESIRED

  • 3-5 experience in a fintech company or comparable experience in marketing to financial institutions

  • Knowledge and use of Salesforce (or comparable) CRM tools

  • Knowledge and use of GitHub for issue and project tracking

  • Understanding of open source practices and business models, experience in building open source communities OR deep understanding of the financial services landscape with experience in a marketing team targeting financial services organizations

  • Experience working with Open Source projects and communities

  • Familiarity with Google Apps suite and collaboration model

  • Familiar with technology, source code (any language) and modern developer workflows (e.g. Github, Jira, etc.)

  • Comfortable designing basic visual graphics in HubSpot and Photoshop (or comparable)

Additional Information

 BENEFITS

  • Competitive salary

  • Competitive benefits package

  • Unlimited vacation policy

  • Work for a 501(c)(6) non profit

The Linux Foundation is a largely all-remote workforce that hires top-notch talent.  We are as passionate about providing a flexible and supportive work culture as we are in Open Source Software.  Collaboration is in our DNA, and we pride ourselves on being able to work closely together while not being tied to an office.  We offer exceptional benefits - e.g., Fantastic health care, Unlimited PTO, 100% 401k match up to the IRS limit, profit-sharing and exceptional healthcare plans. See all the benefits here.

All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.

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Sr. Manager, Product Marketing - Membership

Linux Foundation548 Market St PMB 57274, San Francisco, CA, Remote

Linux Foundation is hiring a Remote Sr. Manager, Product Marketing - Membership

Company Description

The Linux Foundation is the organization of choice for the world’s top developers and companies to build ecosystems that accelerate open technology development and commercial adoption. Together with the worldwide open source community, it is solving the hardest technology problems by creating the largest shared technology investment in history.

Founded in 2000, The Linux Foundation today supports massive developer communities and provides tools, training, research, and events to scale any open source project, which together deliver an economic impact not achievable by any one company or entity. It has over 2,000 corporate members from over 41 countries, including every single one the Fortune 100 technology and communications firms. The Linux Foundation has proudly created over $54B in shared technology value since inception.

The Linux Foundation supports hundreds of open source initiatives that encompass the most pervasive technologies and standards across technology, health, energy, automotive, financial services, gaming, entertainment and other industry sectors.

Job Description

The Linux Foundation is seeking a highly motivated Sr. Product Marketing Manager - Membership to join our Marketing team. We’re shaping the future of open source marketing, and we’re looking for like-minded people to help us do it!

As a Sr. Product Marketing Manager with a focus on memberships,  you’ll be responsible for the overall customer journey for our member companies - representing incredibly innovative start-ups, incredibly smart government and educational institutions, and the largest forward-thinking companies on the planet. 

Membership programs are at the heart of supporting the open source community and the largest source of revenue supporting Linux Foundation operations.  As the lead Product Marketer for memberships, you will focus on improving user journeys and experiences for prospective members, renewing members, and expanding participation of existing members into new open source projects and initiatives.  

We are passionate about open source technology and the innovation it drives across every industry. While open source experience is not required for this position, the ideal candidate has a demonstrated track record in product marketing and a passion for technology and customer experience.

  • Building

    • Developing membership positioning, messaging, and content that serves as the Foundation marketing programs, member events, and website content.

    • Collaborating with cross functional teams to develop positioning and messaging to help secure new members, expand member participation across open source projects, and to ensure annual renewals.

    • Documenting and understanding the key member user personas inside and outside of the Linux Foundation

    • Partnering with key internal stakeholders to ensure we are sharing all of the important benefits with new and prospective members.  

    • Collaborating with our internal partners in engineering, program management and sales to ensure our LFX platform is serving our members with the best and most accurate data pertaining to their LF involvement.

 

  • Enabling

    • Building content and communications that help LF members better understand how to engage with open source projects, participate in training, access our research, join meet-ups and events, and measure their engagement across the community.

    • Working closely with sales and Project leadership, you will be responsible for building collateral, content, sales tools, and training materials to enable our employees to better promote the value of LF membership.

    • Encouraging members to engage and use our LFX platform to monitor, track, and measure their LF and open source community participation.

 

  • Promoting

    • Building exceptional go-to-market activities that drive member acquisition, optimize their onboarding experience, and increase retention and member loyalty.

    • Building multi-channel programs (e.g., website journeys, blogs, social, webinars) to promote and educate LF members on our core programs and initiatives (training, research, events, mentorship, hosting of open source projects, community support, diversity & inclusion programs, award programs, etc.)

    • Produce blogs, video content, webinars, and other content to promote awareness of LF membership benefits.

    • Create case studies and customer testimonials highlighting LF members and their employees.

    • Provide the voice of the LF at Linux Foundation community events, through sponsorship, speaking, and other promotional activities.

    • Support sales and the executive team with robust, thoughtful communications (presentation slides, web copy, video, platform demos) that you both enable them on and deliver yourself.

 

  • Engaging

    • Becoming a voice of the LF to the market through engagement with our members.  Being the lead partner for engineering, sales and project leads to present and demo LF membership hitting all of the right value propositions and benefits to accelerate participation across the LF and multiple projects.

    • Validating and continuously refining membership narratives and plans that resonate with key stakeholders and speak to their benefits, opportunities, and challenges.

 

 

  • Measuring

  •      Establishing a metrics driven model to measure the effectiveness of marketing activities.

  •      Defining and tracking core membership metrics that reveal leading and lagging indicators of participation, engagement, and expansion.  Identifying and reporting on the data and trends within them that can improve our go-to-community efforts. 

  •      Measuring the impact of membership programs through our LFX platform adoption, LFID creation, and average time that members spend with the platform.

Qualifications

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree in Business, Marketing, Communications, or a related field, or equivalent practical experience

  • 7+ years of product marketing experience in software or technology marketing, with an emphasis on product marketing

  • Exceptional verbal and written communication skills

  • Experience planning and executing product marketing campaigns

  • Demonstrated problem-solving and analytical capabilities, with the ability to develop creative/non-traditional solutions for challenging, undefined problems

  • Ability to identify and implement messaging and strategy improvements using a data-driven approach

  • Proven ability to collaborate in a highly distributed work environment

  • Ability and to work on multiple simultaneous projects in a fast-paced, dynamic environment

Preferred Qualifications

  • Previous background in B2B marketing

  • Strong affinity for and experience with technology, open source software, SaaS programs, and product led growth initiatives

  • Experience working with HubSpot and Salesforce CRM is a plus

  • Ability to develop and manage strategic marketing plans and budgets

  • Results-oriented, excellent interpersonal skills, and a demonstrated ability to work in a cross-functional, remote working environment

  • Strong business acumen and deep knowledge of marketing best practices

  • Keen attention to detail and strong organizational and time management skills

Additional Information

The Linux Foundation is an all-remote workforce that hires world-class talent. We are as passionate about providing a flexible and supportive work culture as we are about open source software. Collaboration is in our DNA, and we pride ourselves on being able to work closely together while not being tied to an office. We offer exceptional benefits - e.g., top of the line healthcare/dental/vision plans, unlimited PTO, and 100% 401k match up to the IRS-defined limit per year.

The Linux Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Lead Editor and Writer

Linux FoundationSan Francisco, CA, USA, Remote

Linux Foundation is hiring a Remote Lead Editor and Writer

Company Description

The Linux Foundation is the organization of choice for the world’s top developers and companies to build ecosystems that accelerate open technology development and commercial adoption. Together with the worldwide open source community, it is solving the hardest technology problems by creating the largest shared technology investment in history.

Today, the Linux Foundation has over 2,000 corporate members from over 41 countries, including every single one the Fortune 100. The Linux Foundation has proudly created over $54B in shared technology value since inception. We’re growing at a phenomenal rate and we’re looking for top marketer’s to join our growing team.

Job Description

We are in need of a talented content writer and editor to create compelling stories about our members, projects, engineers, and the power of open-source software. We’re looking for someone who will help us expand our digital footprint and drive more value for our communities and members through online content including blog posts, social media content, use cases, and an annual report. The ideal candidate should have a proven track record of story mining and producing thought leadership pieces that increase engagement and drive visibility. This position requires a high level of creativity, as well as the ability to use data-driven insights to write better material. The successful candidate should also be detail-oriented and committed to meeting tight deadlines. Preference will be given to those with a strong writing portfolio, bachelor’s degree, and relevant work experience, particularly in open source communities.

Objectives

  • Editor of the Linux Foundation blog and Linux.com
    • Create and manage the editorial calendar for our LF blog properties
    • Collaborate with other leaders at the LF and in our project communities to create innovative story ideas and maintain an editorial calendar for the year
    • Manage and monitor the performance of each property and establish plans to improve awareness, readership, and subscriptions to the content; Analyze content marketing metrics and make changes as needed.
    • Create themes with associated content, and marketing campaigns, partnering with our digital marketing team to drive leads, subscribers, and traffic to our LF and project communities’ web properties
    • Understand which content is resonating most with our readership and adjust the editorial calendar accordingly
    • Plan editorial calendar to include and highlight major industry and global news stories that the LF should have a voice into
    • Enable an editorial calendar that can take advantage of late-breaking industry and LF news
    • Edit stories, headlines, teasers and other copy for spelling, grammar, punctuation, style, tone and SEO best practices.
    • Collaborate with staff to brainstorm content topics
  • Original short-form content development
    • Serve as a technical writer for blogs covering open source technologies across the LF and our community
    • Draw out insights from our project communities and members through surveys and interviews with internal/external thought leaders, using those insights to develop engaging content and thought leadership
    • Regularly produce various content types, including articles for publication on LF owned sites. Support those articles with social media posts through organic - and occasionally paid - promotions.
    • Look for and pursue opportunities to post LF content on third-party sites to increase awareness and readership.
  • Original long-form content development
    • Use content and insights produced over the year to develop content for an LF Annual Report.
    • Drive the overall theme, content, assembly, editing, publication, and promotional efforts for the Annual Report.
    • Collaborate with Project leaders and marketers to develop the content required to represent the complete LF story
  • Third-party content development
    • Review, fact check, and copy edit content developed by others
    • Engage Project Marketing leads and other internal thought leaders to produce content
    • that can be published on LF owned properties. This content may have been published previously on LF Project blog sites.
    • Engage third-party writing resources - paid or free - to produce content that can be shared as original or ghost-written content on LF owned properties.

Qualifications

  • Excellent writing skills, as well as the ability to communicate and collaborate effectively
  • Minimum of 10 years experience implementing successful content marketing strategies for businesses and non-profit organizations
  • Knowledge and perspective on the unique value of engineers and maintainers who contribute to open source projects, and how open source relates to both the technology industry and vertical segments reliant on open technology
  • Bachelor’s degree in English or experience in journalism or related field
  • Strong KPI skills and evaluation, ie. Google Analytics, etc.
  • Detail Oriented & Analytical
  • Proactive and forward-thinking
  • Flexibility and ability to work in a fast-paced and dynamic environment
  • A strong communicator with a can-do, positive attitude and a strong desire to get things done
  • Sense of humor and desire to have fun!
  • Excellent writing skills, as well as the ability to communicate and collaborate effectively
  • The ability to consistently meet tight deadlines
  • Experience with WordPress, hubSpot and SEO best practices.
  • Experience writing for a B2B audience

Additional Information

The Linux Foundation is an all-remote-work organization that hires world-class talent. We are as passionate about providing a flexible and supportive work culture as we are about open-source software. Collaboration is in our DNA, and we pride ourselves on being able to work closely together while not being tied to an office. We offer exceptional benefits - e.g., top-of-the-line healthcare, unlimited PTO, Flex Fridays, and a 100% 401k match (up to the IRS-defined limit per year).

The Linux Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We value diversity and encourage anyone interested to apply! All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.

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Linux Foundation is hiring a Remote Meeting & Event Coordinator, Sponsorship Management

Company Description

The Linux Foundation is the organization of choice for the world’s top developers and companies to build ecosystems that accelerate open technology development and commercial adoption. Together with the worldwide open source community, it is solving the hardest technology problems by creating the largest shared technology investment in history.

Today, the Linux Foundation has over 2,000 corporate members from over 41 countries, including every single one the Fortune 100. The Linux Foundation has proudly created over $54B in shared technology value since inception. We’re growing at a phenomenal rate and we’re looking for top marketer’s to join our growing team.

Job Description

We’re looking for a highly-organized and results-driven Meeting & Event Coordinator, Sponsorship Management to join our team to support all activities related to the fulfillment of sponsor benefits and exhibit hall management at Linux Foundation & LF Project events. This position provides valuable operational coordination within the Event Team and works closely with internal and external stakeholders, sponsors, and third-party vendors to coordinate the flow of information and delivery of sponsorship benefits.

What You Will Work On

  • Support the Sponsorship & Exhibit Hall Management team in implementing all aspects of the sponsorship fulfillment process, including, but not limited to: exhibits, lead retrieval, marketing & promotional benefits, and sponsor registration;

  • Serve as a key day-to-day contact for sponsors and provide excellent customer service;

  • Coordinate sponsorship fulfillment logistics with event venues, suppliers, and other third-party vendors;

  • Write, proofread, and edit copy for emails, websites, signage, and other event materials;

  • Create and deploy sponsor email communications;

  • Maintain fulfillment tracking tools and sponsor portals;

  • Help the team with the build-out and QA process for virtual event platforms and apps;

  • Assist in creating new sponsorship packages and promotional opportunities;

  • Support the Event Manager in monitoring sponsorship fulfillment-related expenses;

  • Travel to conferences, meetings, and events;

  • Provide onsite event support for all aspects of sponsorship fulfillment;

  • Handle additional duties assigned by the Event Manager.

Who We Are Looking For

  • Strong project management skills, including planning, scheduling, and communication;

  • Demonstrated abilities to develop and maintain effective, positive working relationships with internal and external stakeholders, as well as comfort interacting with a wide range of clients from C-level executives to technical programmers;

  • Outstanding customer service skills with a solution-oriented perspective; 

  • Meticulous organizational abilities to coordinate a number of activities in a fast-paced and challenging environment;

  • Flexibility to adapt to changing priorities and new challenges;

  • Ability to stay focused and composed under pressure;

  • Positive attitude and willingness to learn;

  • Exceptionally detail-oriented;

  • Deadline focused;

  • Strong verbal, written, listening and interpersonal skills;

  • Excellent strategic thinking and critical reasoning skills;

  • Commitment to improving the processes that you manage;

  • Collaborative, able to work easily with a team;

  • Strong computer skills required, proficiency in Google Workspace (Gmail, Google Docs, Drive), WordPress, Adobe products, Salesforce and Cvent a plus;

  • Previous experience and/or desire to work remotely and self-directed with limited supervision

Skills That Are A Plus

  • Previous virtual event planning experience is a strong plus

  • Experience with Open Source communities

  • Previous experience working remotely

  • Proficiency in a second language

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree;

  • 2+ years of recent work experience, preferably in a sponsorship fulfillment role, B2B conference or tradeshow planning, or open source community management;

  • Ability to travel domestically and internationally up to 30%;

  • Ability to sit or stand for long periods of time;

  • Ability to lift and move up to (40) lbs.

Additional Information

This position requires overnight and weekend travel to events both domestically and internationally (~30%). As our in-person events require COVID-19 vaccinations for participation, the position requires proof of COVID-19 vaccination. This position is remote, and is open to applicants who can work North America time zone standard business hours. In order to be qualified for employment in this role, final candidates must comply with the vaccination requirement or receive an approved accommodation.

The Linux Foundation is an all-remote-work organization that hires world-class talent. We are as passionate about providing a flexible and supportive work culture as we are about open-source software. Collaboration is in our DNA, and we pride ourselves on being able to work closely together while not being tied to an office. We offer exceptional benefits - e.g., top-of-the-line healthcare, unlimited PTO, Flex Fridays, and a 100% 401k match (up to the IRS-defined limit per year).

The Linux Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We value diversity and encourage anyone interested to apply! All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.

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Linux Foundation is hiring a Remote Senior Event Coordinator, Registration

Company Description

The Linux Foundation is the organization of choice for the world’s top developers and companies to build ecosystems that accelerate open technology development and commercial adoption. Together with the worldwide open source community, it is solving the hardest technology problems by creating the largest shared technology investment in history.

Today, the Linux Foundation has over 2,000 corporate members from over 41 countries, including every single one the Fortune 100. The Linux Foundation has proudly created over $54B in shared technology value since inception. We’re growing at a phenomenal rate and we’re looking for top marketer’s to join our growing team.

Job Description

We’re looking for a highly-organized and results-driven Senior Event Coordinator, Registration to join our team to produce over 150 events each year across the globe. This position reports to the Senior Event Manager, Registration & Operations.

What You Will Work On

  • Assist Registration Manager in planning, managing, and executing registration for our events/conferences including launch, pre-event, onsite and post-event registration management, attendee communications, scheduling, shipping/ordering, virtual platform integration, and ongoing attendee/team inquiry support.

  • Assist Registration Manager in overall Cvent account support and attendee database management, including reporting, templates, GDPR requests, integrations (Salesforce, Hubspot, virtual event platforms), monthly event billing, and annual billing/reporting.

  • Assist the Registration Manager in creating and managing event project plans, timelines and to-do lists; capable of partnering with other members of the event team on larger events for execution. 

  • Launch and maintain Cvent registration forms and applicable webpages; advise internal/external stakeholders on registration best practices, processes and procedures.

  • Support managing the travel fund, visa request, and scholarship process and close-out for each event.

  • Work closely with internal cross-functional teams where areas overlap to meet event goals and objectives for successful execution of events.

  • Manage external vendor relationships, inclusive of negotiating budgets and contracts. 

  • Manage individual event budgets, with focus on keeping the event under budget and reducing costs while getting the most bang for the buck.

  • Copywriting and proofreading for event materials including website, signage, attendee/speaker/sponsor communications.

  • Manage post-event invoice, reporting, billing, and financial close-out.

Qualifications

  • Cvent Flex experience required

  • Basic HTML knowledge a strong plus

  • 4+ years of event planning experience with B2B events

  • Thorough understanding of the event and meeting management process – conception to completion  - and prior experience working with a team to produce events

  • Previous experience executing conferences without using an outside agency or DMC

  • Prior experience working with a larger team to produce events

  • Must have the ability to manage multiple projects/events in a fast-paced, multi-faceted, creative environment and must be able to work well under pressure

  • Meticulous organizational abilities and concise and effective verbal and written communication are required; high attention to detail

  • Copywriting, editing and/or proofreading skills

  • Ability to adapt to challenges and opportunities with a solution-oriented perspective; excellent strategic thinking and critical reasoning skills

  • Creative, positive energy, self-directed, amiable, and composed under pressure; helpful and humble

  • Client services and hospitality mindset 

  • Strong computer experience; proficiency with Office, Google Docs, Adobe products as well as event specific softwares (scheduling management software, mobile apps) - previous experience with Slack, Asana, Basecamp a strong plus.

Skills That Are A Plus

  • Virtual event experience

  • Experience with Open Source Software and communities

  • Previous experience working remotely

  • Proficiency in a second language

Additional Information

This position requires overnight and weekend travel to events both domestically and internationally (~30%). As our in-person events require COVID-19 vaccinations for participation, the position requires proof of COVID-19 vaccination. This position is remote, and is open to applicants who can work North America time zone standard business hours. In order to be qualified for employment in this role, final candidates must comply with the vaccination requirement or receive an approved accommodation.

The Linux Foundation is an all-remote-work organization that hires world-class talent. We are as passionate about providing a flexible and supportive work culture as we are about open-source software. Collaboration is in our DNA, and we pride ourselves on being able to work closely together while not being tied to an office. We offer exceptional benefits - e.g., top-of-the-line healthcare, unlimited PTO, Flex Fridays, and a 100% 401k match (up to the IRS-defined limit per year).

The Linux Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We value diversity and encourage anyone interested to apply! All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.

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Senior Event Planner

Linux FoundationSan Francisco, CA, USA, Remote
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Linux Foundation is hiring a Remote Senior Event Planner

Company Description

The Linux Foundation is the organization of choice for the world’s top developers and companies to build ecosystems that accelerate open technology development and commercial adoption. Together with the worldwide open source community, it is solving the hardest technology problems by creating the largest shared technology investment in history.

Today, the Linux Foundation has over 2,000 corporate members from over 41 countries, including every single one the Fortune 100. The Linux Foundation has proudly created over $54B in shared technology value since inception. We’re growing at a phenomenal rate and we’re looking for top marketer’s to join our growing team.

Job Description

We’re looking for a highly-organized and results-driven Senior Event Planner to join our team, working with our ‘core brand’ event group producing 15+ global B2B conferences (and a host of smaller events) each year across North America, Europe, and Asia, with attendance for most events from 500-2,000+ attendees. This position reports to a Senior Event Manager, and will fully own the successful production and delivery of small events, and work with a team collaboratively to successfully own a group of event deliverables, including AV, internet, and virtual platform management.

What You Will Work On

  • Plan, manage and successfully deliver B2B events and conferences, both wholly and as part of a larger team. This includes in-person, virtual and hybrid events around the world.

  • Event management tasks will include: space planning, F&B, AV, staff scheduling, internet, stage design, health and safety protocols, attendee communications, attendee experiences, and branding/environmental design.

  • Work collaboratively with other team members, across the organization, with community members, and with vendors

  • Create new, or update existing processes, documentation, timelines, and to-do lists where it relates to event responsibilities

  • Create and proofread event materials (including copywriting) for website, signage, attendee/speaker/sponsor communications

  • Provide on-site support for events, including overseeing execution of areas of pre-planning responsibility as well as other tasks as assigned

  • Provide customer support to attendees and other event stakeholders

  • Work closely with internal cross-functional teams for successful execution of events and to meet event goals and objectives

  • Act as a skilled negotiator with proven experience finding creative ways to do more with less, and a track record of staying on budget

  • Work with external vendors on the creation and timely delivery of conference deliverables

  • Review, ensure the accuracy of, and submit bills/invoices related to areas of planning responsibility

Qualifications

  • Extensive experience in the technical production side of events, ie AV, internet, video streaming, video content management virtual event platforms, digital signage, event apps, etc

  • 6+ years of event management experience in B2B conferences, ideally in tech

  • Extremely detail-oriented with impeccable project management skills

  • Organized, and able to prioritize and juggle/meet multiple deadlines

  • Concise and effective verbal and written communication with strong attention to spelling and grammar 

  • Ability to thrive and effectively deliver in a fast-paced, ever-changing environment; comfortable with changing priorities, last-minute pivots and willing to roll up your sleeves to ‘get the job done’

  • Helpful and humble with a hospitality-driven and service-oriented attitude

  • Ability to adapt to challenges and opportunities with a solution-oriented perspective; excellent strategic thinking and critical reasoning skills

  • Ability to manage tasks, time, and schedule with limited supervision

  • Ability to work collaboratively with clients, vendors, and team members; comfortable interacting with a wide range of community members, from C-level executives to technical programmers

  • Self-motivated — you take pride in your work and performance

  • Excellent relationship-building skills including a team-oriented, positive approach

  • Strong business/office applications proficiency (eg: MS Office, Google Apps, Slack, Zoom, Asana) and event technologies proficiency (apps, registration, etc.) with a proven ability to pick up new software quickly

  • Proficiency with virtual event/webinar/content hosting platforms (e.g., Accel Events, Hopin, MeetingPlay, Vimeo, Zoom, YouTube, etc.) with a proven understanding of system integrations to support the complex technology landscape needed for large-scale digital events

  • A degree in events, marketing, communication, business, or related field

Skills That Are A Plus

  • Experience with Open Source Software and communities

  • Prior experience with Salesforce, Hubspot, and/or Cvent is a plus

  • Previous experience working remotely

  • Proficiency in a second language

Additional Information

This position requires overnight and weekend travel to events both domestically and internationally (~30%). As our in-person events require COVID-19 vaccinations for participation, the position requires proof of COVID-19 vaccination. This position is remote, and is open to applicants who can work North America time zone standard business hours. In order to be qualified for employment in this role, final candidates must comply with the vaccination requirement or receive an approved accommodation.

The Linux Foundation is an all-remote-work organization that hires world-class talent. We are as passionate about providing a flexible and supportive work culture as we are about open-source software. Collaboration is in our DNA, and we pride ourselves on being able to work closely together while not being tied to an office. We offer exceptional benefits - e.g., top-of-the-line healthcare, unlimited PTO, Flex Fridays, and a 100% 401k match (up to the IRS-defined limit per year).

The Linux Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We value diversity and encourage anyone interested to apply! All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.

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Event Coordinator

Linux FoundationSan Francisco, CA, USA, Remote

Linux Foundation is hiring a Remote Event Coordinator

Company Description

The Linux Foundation is the organization of choice for the world’s top developers and companies to build ecosystems that accelerate open technology development and commercial adoption. Together with the worldwide open source community, it is solving the hardest technology problems by creating the largest shared technology investment in history.

Today, the Linux Foundation has over 2,000 corporate members from over 41 countries, including every single one the Fortune 100. The Linux Foundation has proudly created over $54B in shared technology value since inception. We’re growing at a phenomenal rate and we’re looking for top marketer’s to join our growing team.

Job Description

We’re looking for a highly-organized and results-driven Event Coordinator to join our team, working with our Event Services group producing dozens of global B2B conferences and events (in-person, hybrid and virtual) for audiences ranging from 50-20k+ attendees on behalf of our internal clients, ie Linux Foundation Projects. This position reports to the Event Manager and provides support for all activities related to event planning and execution. It also provides valuable operational coordination within the event team and works closely with internal and external stakeholders, sponsors, and third-party vendors to coordinate event logistics. 

What You Will Work On

  • Coordinate event logistics including attendee communications, website management, registration support, childcare, diversity scholarships, attendee swag/merchandise, and security, with additional opportunities to assist with food and beverage, AV, room blocks, signage, space planning, offsite receptions, and more

  • Manage 3rd party/sponsorship events for internal clients including confirming sponsorship levels, finalizing booth details, placing orders, staffing, ordering marketing materials and swag, etc.

  • Work closely with internal cross-functional teams for successful execution of events and to meet event goals and objectives

  • Manage individual budget lines, with focus on negotiation to reduce costs and get the most bang for the buck and keeping event under budget Partner with other members of the events team to collaboratively execute full events

  • Copywriting and proofreading for event materials including website, signage, conference guide, email newsletters, and event services client pitches

  • Work with external vendors on the creation and timely delivery of conference materials where related to responsibilities

  • Provide customer support to attendees and other event stakeholders pre-event and onsite

  • Maintain project tracking tools, ensuring up to date status and adhering to deadlines

  • Handle additional responsibilities assigned by the Event Manager

Qualifications

  • BS/BA degree and minimum 2 years of event management experience, preferably in B2B conference planning or hotel/venue convention services

  • Strong project management skills, including planning, scheduling and communication

  • Flexibility to adapt to changing priorities and new challenges

  • Positive attitude and willingness to learn

  • Detail and deadline-oriented

  • Collaborative, able to work easily with a team

  • Commitment to improving the processes that you manage

  • Must have the ability to manage multiple projects/events in a fast-paced, multi-faceted, creative environment and must be able to work well under pressure

  • Meticulous organizational abilities and concise and effective verbal and written communication are required; high attention to detail

  • Previous experience and/or desire to work remotely; ability to manage tasks, time and schedule with limited supervision

  • Ability to adapt to challenges and opportunities with a solution-oriented perspective; excellent strategic thinking and critical reasoning skills

  • Creative, positive energy, self-directed, amiable, and composed under pressure; helpful and humble

  • Client services and hospitality mindset 

  • Strong computer experience - proven ability to pick up new programs and software quickly

  • Requires overnight and weekend travel, both domestically and internationally, up to 30%

Skills That Are A Plus

  • Copywriting, editing and/or proofreading skills

  • Prior experience with Google Docs, Wordpress, Salesforce, Cvent, and Asana

  • Virtual event experience

  • Copywriting, editing and/or proofreading skills 

  • Previous experience working remotely

Additional Information

This position requires overnight and weekend travel to events both domestically and internationally (~30%). As our in-person events require COVID-19 vaccinations for participation, the position requires proof of COVID-19 vaccination. This position is remote, and is open to applicants who can work North America time zone standard business hours. In order to be qualified for employment in this role, final candidates must comply with the vaccination requirement or receive an approved accommodation.

The Linux Foundation is an all-remote-work organization that hires world-class talent. We are as passionate about providing a flexible and supportive work culture as we are about open-source software. Collaboration is in our DNA, and we pride ourselves on being able to work closely together while not being tied to an office. We offer exceptional benefits - e.g., top-of-the-line healthcare, unlimited PTO, Flex Fridays, and a 100% 401k match (up to the IRS-defined limit per year).

The Linux Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We value diversity and encourage anyone interested to apply! All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.

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Junior Software Developer

Linux FoundationAustin, TX, USA, Remote
agilejiraDesignqagitcsskuberneteslinuxpythonNode.jsPHP

Linux Foundation is hiring a Remote Junior Software Developer

Company Description

The Linux Foundation is the organization of choice for the world’s top developers and companies to build ecosystems that accelerate open technology development and commercial adoption. Together with the worldwide open source community, it is solving the hardest technology problems by creating the largest shared technology investment in history.

Today, the Linux Foundation has over 2,000 corporate members from over 41 countries, including every single one the Fortune 100. The Linux Foundation has proudly created over $54B in shared technology value since inception. We’re growing at a phenomenal rate and we’re looking for top marketer’s to join our growing team.

Job Description

The Junior Software Developer is an entry to mid-level software development and QA position responsible for working with teams to design, develop, support, test, and maintain performance-based exam content within the Linux Foundation (LF) Certification portfolio. The Linux Foundation’s Training and Certification team is committed to growing the Open Source community by on-ramping IT professionals with the right skills to keep up with the growing industry’s demands for more Open Source talent. This role will be joining the Content and Product Development (PD) team reporting to the Director of Certification Products.

Position Details

Working closely with LF teams, community subject matter experts, and our vendors, this role is essential for the timely and reliable development, delivery, and support of Linux Foundation and member project exams and skill assessment products. As a team member, you would develop and support content and code within our exams and assist in expanding our infrastructure to support those exams. New products are being built in partnership with multiple Linux Foundation Project members, and we are looking for a great addition to our team to make these new offerings successful and a positive experience for our candidates.

As part of a small cross-functional team, the position is ideal for a customer-minded developer with broader interests in Open Source and data science.

Qualifications

  • 2+ years experience with (and a passion for) Open Source and cloud-native technologies -- such as Linux and Kubernetes 

  • Desire to learn new technologies and curiosity to adapt them to an exam environment

  • Experience or in-depth understanding of working in an agile environment with project tracking tools such as Jira

  • Excellent collaboration and time management skills

  • Proven written communication and documentation skills

  • Proficiency with Git and Python

  • Proficiency with web technologies (HTML, CSS, JS, and PHP or Node.js

  • The ability to work with Node.js, Blockchain, Automation, Embedded Linux, Kernel Development, or other high-profile LF Open Source projects is a huge plus!

Additional Information

The Linux Foundation is an all-remote workforce that hires world-class talent. We are as passionate about providing a flexible and supportive work culture as we are about open-source software. Collaboration is in our DNA, and we pride ourselves on being able to work closely together while not being tied to an office. 

The Linux Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Linux Foundation is hiring a Remote Senior Engineer, Technical Services

Company Description

The Linux Foundation is the organization of choice for the world’s top developers and companies to build ecosystems that accelerate open technology development and commercial adoption. Together with the worldwide open source community, it is solving the hardest technology problems by creating the largest shared technology investment in history.

Today, the Linux Foundation has over 2,000 corporate members from over 41 countries, including every single one the Fortune 100. The Linux Foundation has proudly created over $54B in shared technology value since inception. We’re growing at a phenomenal rate and we’re looking for top marketer’s to join our growing team.

Job Description

The Senior Engineer, Training and Certification is a software engineering role contributing to the design, implementation and maintenance of performance based exams and supporting infrastructure.

Position Details

Working within the Technical Services team and reporting to the Technical Services Team Lead, the Senior DevOps Engineer strengthens the LF Certification program by developing, testing and delivering repeatable exam environments through the use of exam frameworks, CI/CD pipelines and other supporting software.

The position leverages expert knowledge from multiple technical disciplines, as well as deep knowledge of specific open source technologies -- such as Linux and Kubernetes -- which the Certification program supports. 

Primary Responsibilities

  • Design, document, develop, test and deploy performance based exams

  • Design, document and develop frameworks which streamline exam creation, and maintenance

  • Design document and develop CI/CD pipelines

  • Lead project initiatives and ensure their timely delivery

  • Troubleshoot and perform root cause analysis on exam environment and platform issues

  • Contribute suggestions and solutions for process and cultural improvements through participation in regular team retrospectives

  • Create and participate in post mortems covering critical production issues

  • Facilitate efficient communication across multiple time zones through flexible availability (minimum 2 hours crossover within the 13:00-0:00 UTC window)

  • Participate in a weekend on-call roster for no more than 1 weekend per calendar month

Qualifications

  • Deep experience and a passion for open source and cloud native technologies -- such as Linux and Kubernetes -- as well as the desire to learn new technologies as they join our portfolio

  • Excellent collaboration and time management skills

  • Proven written communication skills

  • Expert knowledge with infrastructure as code

  • Hands-on technical experience managing cloud services at scale

  • Strong focus on CI/CD and other product delivery practices

  • Proficiency in at least one programming language

Additional Information

The Linux Foundation is an all-remote workforce that hires world-class talent. We are as passionate about providing a flexible and supportive work culture as we are about open-source software. Collaboration is in our DNA, and we pride ourselves on being able to work closely together while not being tied to an office. 

The Linux Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Linux Foundation is hiring a Remote openIDL Executive Director (Contractor)

Company Description

The Linux Foundation is the organization of choice for the world’s top developers and companies to build ecosystems that accelerate open technology development and commercial adoption. Together with the worldwide open source community, it is solving the hardest technology problems by creating the largest shared technology investment in history.

Today, the Linux Foundation has over 2,000 corporate members from over 41 countries, including every single one the Fortune 100. The Linux Foundation has proudly created over $54B in shared technology value since inception. We’re growing at a phenomenal rate and we’re looking for top marketer’s to join our growing team.

Job Description

openIDL (open Insurance Data Link) is a permissioned blockchain network that streamlines regulatory reporting and provides new insights for insurers, while enhancing timeliness, accuracy, and value for regulators. OpenIDL Foundation’s mission is to create and drive the adoption of the openIDL permissioned blockchain network.

As Executive Director, you will work closely with both the Linux Foundation team supporting the openIDL foundation and the foundation’s Governing Board.

The Executive Director reports to the General Manager of Blockchain, Healthcare and Identity at the Linux Foundation. The Executive Director has overall strategic and operational responsibility for staff, programs, expansion and execution of openIDL’s mission. The Executive Director champions the mission and vision of the openIDL foundation so that the organization succeeds in advancing its mission. 

Responsibilities

  • Grow the openIDL Community 

    • Understand the ecosystem of openIDL project technologies and identify opportunities for the openIDL project  to increase adoption of blockchain networks in the Insurance sector

    • Involve the Board, Technical Steering Committee (TSC), staff and end user communities in developing long-range programs to support and increase all types of contributions to openIDL projects.

    • Harmonize the ecosystem working actively with the Board, the TSC, and  projects and adjacent foundations to find opportunities to collaborate and reduce confusion.

    • Cooperate with other institutions and organizations with shared goals and purposes

  • Effectively evangelize permissioned blockchain networks

    • Represents the openIDL Foundation in external relations with the technology community, governmental entities and funders, the media and the general public and promotes the openIDL mission with these groups.

    • Conducts public relations campaigns, maintains contact with the media, supervises and approves staff contacts with the media.

    • Organize and direct a multi-discipline team to establish a strong brand with end users and help to explain the technologies and benefits of adopting openIDL

    • Help position openIDL projects as leaders in the permissioned blockchain ecosystem.

  • Build the openIDL Membership

    • Develop new member relationships with a focus on growing a user community and the funding base.

    • Oversee staff or members involved in actively seeking funds from foundations, corporations and other sources.

    • Work with the Board and staff to effectively plan fundraising strategies.

    • Have ultimate responsibility for all communication with major funders of the openIDL foundation. 

  • Run the Business

    • Involves the Board, TSC, staff and end user communities in developing organizational goals, a strategic plan and projections for supporting the openIDL mission.  

    • Ensure that the openIDL programs have clear objectives that are within the scope of the resources and mission of the openIDL Foundation

    • Oversee the gathering, analysis and reporting of data illustrating the work accomplished by openIDL

    • Oversee all financial management of the openIDL Foundation, including all grant and funding administration required by either the Linux Foundation or other supporters. Possesses thorough knowledge of all funding sources and required records.

    • Prepare the budget for approval by the Governing Board.

    • Report to the Governing Board in a timely manner on all matters of importance including financial status, funding projections, policy setting, planning, program operations, employee matters and the long term health of the program.

    • Provide adequate materials and analysis to assist the Governing Board in making decisions on all matters of importance to policy setting.

    • Maintain and adapt the organizational structure and systems capable of meeting the needs of the openIDL Foundation in carrying out its mission.

    • Review program evaluation results and develops and executes strategies for continual improvement.

    • Encourage staff and volunteers throughout the foundation to develop creative solutions and innovative approaches to achieve their objectives.

    • Oversee all staff hiring and termination, as well as all other personnel-related matters of the program.

    • Create an environment that encourages cooperation of the staff to meet common goals.

Qualifications

  • 5-7 years experience with the insurance industry or other deeply regulated financial domain

  • 3-5 years of exposure to open source, open standards, or other collaborative processes; must be a “nerd diplomat”.

  • Strong technical proficiency and experience building products or communities in a field related to the insurance industry. Strong preference for enterprise blockchain experience.

  • Prior leadership experience (at least two years) as an Executive Director or senior manager of a nonprofit or related organization. 

  • Experience and passion for working in both the technology and nonprofit sector.

  • Successful track record in fiscal oversight of a program or division of comparable size and complexity. 

  • Experience reporting to and guiding Board leadership and Board development.

  • Commitment to quality programs and data-driven program evaluation.

  • Excellence in organizational management with the ability to coach, supervise and motivate staff.

  • Proven track record setting and achieving strategic objectives while successfully managing organizational finances.

  • Strong technical marketing, public relations and fundraising experience with the ability to engage a wide range of stakeholders and cultures.

  • Persuasive and passionate communicator, both written and oral.

  • Action-oriented, entrepreneurial, adaptable and innovative.

  • Ability to work effectively in collaboration with diverse groups of people.

Education and Other Training:

  • Required: B.A. or B.S degree or comparable industry experience.

Additional Information

The Linux Foundation is an all-remote workforce that hires world-class talent. We are as passionate about providing a flexible and supportive work culture as we are about open-source software. Collaboration is in our DNA, and we pride ourselves on being able to work closely together while not being tied to an office. 

The Linux Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Linux Foundation is hiring a Remote Marketing Automation and Operations Manager

Company Description

The Linux Foundation is the organization of choice for the world’s top developers and companies to build ecosystems that accelerate open technology development and commercial adoption. Together with the worldwide open source community, it is solving the hardest technology problems by creating the largest shared technology investment in history.

Today, the Linux Foundation has over 2,000 corporate members from over 41 countries, including every single one the Fortune 100. The Linux Foundation has proudly created over $54B in shared technology value since inception. We’re growing at a phenomenal rate and we’re looking for top marketer’s to join our growing team.

Job Description

The Linux Foundation is looking for a new addition to the Marketing team. In this role, you will drive the Marketing lead and contact management lifecycle, including the data process from lead creation to Sales team handoff. You will oversee the strategic development and day-to-day execution of marketing automation activities as well as the development and circulation of dashboard reporting. In this position, you will build, manage, optimize, and scale The Linux Foundation’s marketing demand generation engine to drive operational efficiency. Our perfect candidate is a marketing automation guru who can help us build and grow our brand, products, and membership, drive sales-qualified leads through nurture campaigns, and build our marketing database.

Reporting to the Director of Lead Generation, our ideal candidate for the Marketing Automation & Operations Manager position is an enthusiastic marketer with a strong personal drive who implements best practices in every effort that is made. 

The Linux Foundation is a 100% remote organization. The position can be based anywhere in the continental U.S. or Canada.

Key Responsibilities

  • Architect and build automated end-to-end life cycle process and system in HubSpot including lead import and capture, scoring, nurture, data enrichment, routing, hand off, attribution, and conversion.

  • Act as platform administrator, providing day-to-day production support for Hubspot and other integrated platforms

  • Serve as subject matter expert regarding marketing automation and email marketing best practices

  • Implement marketing operations best practices; enrich, manage, and segment the marketing database for greater campaign efficiency, contact outreach, engagement, and effectiveness within target accounts.

  • Drive database segmentation based on demographic data, market segments, target persona and behaviors like past email engagement and website interactions.

  • Improve the operational efficiency and effectiveness of Hubspot to better nurture leads, increase conversion rates and improve the integrity of the data and overall database.

  • Engage as a collaborative, innovative technologist and problem-solver; use data to drive strategy, optimization, efficiency, and scale.

  • Manage end-to-end development, implementation, and execution of lifecycle marketing initiatives.

  • Support various marketing stakeholders by building, testing, deploying, and tracking both single and multi-touch programs within Hubspot.

  • Map and identify opportunities across the customer journey, creating personalized and automated flows at key trigger points for core customer personas.

  • Collaborate closely with sales team to ensure seamless transition between marketing and sales touch points across the funnel.

  • Create and segment various email lists and campaigns.

  • Maintain knowledge of and apply metrics and recommend actionable insights to achieve company targets.

  • Ensure standards are applied to marketing automation processes with a focus on quality output, GDPR compliance, CCPA compliance, and CAN-SPAM act.

  • Collaborate with RevOps to build and manage performance and ROI dashboards for entire Marketing business.

  • Establish and manage campaign and event ROI analysis and reporting for leadership.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree in Business, Marketing, Communications, or a related field preferred.

  • A minimum of 8 years of B2B HubSpot specific marketing automation.

  • HubSpot Certifications: HubSpot Marketing Software, Inbound Marketing, Email Marketing, Content Marketing, Digital Marketing, HubSpot Reporting, Inbound.

  • Proficient in designing, building, managing, and optimizing HubSpot Marketing. 

  • Proficient in SaaS, campaign, marketing, lead generation, and nurture best practices.

  • Top-notch analytical skills, mental curiosity, and translating data to action to drive results.

  • A deep knowledge of email tools, marketing automation strategies, a passion for lead attribution, scoring strategies and execution, and proven success in customer lifecycle marketing strategy and execution.

  • Excellent project management skills.

  • Collaborative team player.  

  • Should know how to use data as fuel to drive results.

  • Fundamental knowledge of HTML/CSS to build email templates and landing pages. 

Additional Information

The Linux Foundation is an all-remote workforce that hires world-class talent. We are as passionate about providing a flexible and supportive work culture as we are about open-source software. Collaboration is in our DNA, and we pride ourselves on being able to work closely together while not being tied to an office. We offer exceptional benefits - e.g., top of the line healthcare/dental/vision plans, unlimited PTO, and 100% 401k match up to the IRS-defined limit per year.

The Linux Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Linux Foundation is hiring a Remote Technical Trainer

Company Description

The Linux Foundation is the world's leading organization for hosting the open source projects which are driving most modern computing. We are a 100% work from home organization with great health and 401(k) benefits and a supportive, collaborative culture.

Our team members have deep roots in open technology, with hundreds of years of collective experience in the field. We are passionate about software development and about unlocking the power of open technology to drive shared innovation for the collective benefit.

Job Description

Work closely with Training Program Director on technical training and course development in order to:

  • Teach Linux Foundation courses.

  • Develop and maintain curriculum, agendas, communications, and materials.

  • Utilize adult learning theory and knowledge of current learners to create learning solutions which encourage an interactive and engaging experience.

  • Assist with curriculum development and maintenance.

  • Evaluate outcomes and continuously improve course material.

  • Collaborate with other training and departmental teammates.

  • Collaborate with subject matter experts and internal customers to gather relevant content and develop blended learning solutions inclusive of instructor-led sessions, virtual classroom experiences, as well as self-paced e-learning.

  • Complete research and testing tasks as assigned by the training program director.

  • Perform special projects as assigned by the training program director.

  • Ability to travel domestically and internationally.

  • Support LF GitHub repository hygiene by reviewing and confirming access permissions, format consistency, and content file clean-up.

  • Maintain Confluence documentation reviews and updates to ensure current processes are reflected.

  • Work with Projects early on in the conceptual phase to ensure content meets the needs of the audience.

Competencies

  • Strong communication skills

  • Ability to talk in front of groups of people

  • Ability to manage multiple responsibilities with attention to detail

  • Self-motivated and productive in a virtual workplace

  • Extremely well organized and attentive to detail, and is process oriented

  • Enjoys, and is comfortable with multitasking

  • Grounded in the tech industry, especially open source, and interested in diving in to quickly learn new technology tools in a self-directed manner as needed for the job and able to see patterns and come up with proposed courses of action.

  • Ability to understand workflows between platforms/sites and how platforms integrate.

  • Upbeat and able to work with all personality types.

  • A careful but confident communicator.

  • Willing to shift schedules a few days a month in order to accommodate early morning or late evening calls and classes.  Deal with the practical challenges presented by working with colleagues across global time zones.

  • Always keeps an eye on the overall mission and goals of the Foundation.

Qualifications

Required:

  • Experience creating technical content

  • Experience presenting technical content to adults

Preferred:

  • Open source software familiarity

  • Bachelor degree

  • Experience using LaTex

  • Proficiency in business technologies including GitHub, Google Apps and Atlassian Tools,  such as JIRA and Confluence

  • Experience using Linux or Unix systems

  • Teaching experience

Additional Information

All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.

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Community Architect, Hyperledger

Linux Foundation548 Market St PMB 57274, San Francisco, CA, Remote

Linux Foundation is hiring a Remote Community Architect, Hyperledger

Company Description

The Linux Foundation is creating the greatest shared technology investment in history by enabling open source collaboration across companies, developers, and users. We are the organization of choice to build ecosystems that accelerate open technology development and commercial adoption.

Job Description

The Linux Foundation’s blockchain, healthcare, and identity projects are looking for a driven Community Architect who can foster a successful collaborative software development ecosystem. They will be immersed in the technical contributor communities, streamlining the process of getting new developers up to speed, collaborating and contributing. They will also assist with technical conversations across projects, driving a holistic overarching architecture that makes sense to developers and the broader user community, and drive successful adoption of open source development practices. Travel will vary by location, but a recurring presence in NYC, SF, Asia and Europe should be expected. The Community Architect will report to the Senior Director, Community Architecture.

Qualifications

Responsibilities include:

  • Monitor technical conversations and interactions across projects, guiding them in positive directions as necessary

  • Analyze data about community activities to identify parts of the communities that might need additional support

  • Help individuals, including member companies and staff, understand the technical landscape

  • Develop educational content for developers and non-developers

  • Participate in and contribute to technical working groups – phone calls, email, sometimes F2F

  • Speak at conferences and provide mentorship or judging at Hackathons and travel to in-person events as required 

  • Assist in the production of community events and be a presence at third-party events

  • Research new collaboration and communication tools, and support as necessary

  • Run and support test networks, as necessary

Qualifications:

  • At least 5 years of experience with open source communities

  • Deep familiarity with Open Source software development practices and business models

  • Substantial history of technical contributions to existing Open Source projects

  • Demonstrated ability to quickly adopt new programming languages and tools

  • Strong verbal and written communication skills

  • Familiarity with the technical and business landscape around blockchain technology, with a focus on Hyperledger

Additional Information

The Linux Foundation is creating the greatest shared technology investment in history by enabling open source collaboration across companies, developers, and users. We are the organization of choice to build ecosystems that accelerate open technology development and commercial adoption.

The Linux Foundation is a largely all-remote workforce that hires top-notch talent.  We are as passionate about providing a flexible and supportive work culture as we are in Open Source Software.  Collaboration is in our DNA, and we pride ourselves on being able to work closely together while not being tied to an office.

The Linux Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Projects Coordinator

Linux FoundationSan Francisco, CA, USA, Remote

Linux Foundation is hiring a Remote Projects Coordinator

Company Description

The world runs on open source, and projects need more than a version or source control system to scale. The Linux Foundation has evolved a proven methodology to transform projects into category leaders. LFX operationalizes this approach, providing a suite of tools built to facilitate every aspect of open source development. Critical projects must have their finger on the pulse of their entire developer ecosystem, with tools tailored to key stakeholders driving project development, including maintainers, contributors, community managers, marketers, and more.

Job Description

We are looking for a Projects Coordinator to join The Linux Foundation’s operations team to continue to deliver high quality, successful facilitation, coordination, and execution of objectives for our members and the greater open source community. The Linux Foundation Projects Operations team includes many of the industry’s best community facilitation talent, who work together to support hundreds of the world’s most important open source projects. 

The Linux Foundation is a neutral home for many of the world’s most important open source communities, but those communities often need assistance with someone neutral to help mobilize and move objectives forward. We often pick up the tasks and coordination responsibility that either needs neutrality or that no one in the community has the ability to take on given their significant responsibilities in the community or in their jobs.

This position is a remote, virtual, position and can be located anywhere in the United States and reports to a Projects Team Lead. In a typical year, overnight and weekend travel to events both domestically and internationally (approximately 1-4 times per year) will be required.

Core Responsibilities:

  • Facilitate and assist project community on their initiatives, planning, and execution of objectives.
  • Align internal stakeholders and delivery teams for a positive community outcome
  • Assist project communities build their ecosystem through opportunities for visibility, including planning event talks, tracks, blogs, and/or press releases.
  • Track and communicate with new project membership opportunities and assist with onboarding new members
  • Maintain internal system records and data for projects and members.
  • Work with project leadership to build agendas for meetings, gather requisite content from participants and take minutes for governance meetings.
  • Work with project leadership to build a balanced budget.
  • Work with internal open source experts to assist project communities in understanding best practices.

Qualifications

  • 2+ years of experience facilitating groups, planning, prioritizing, executing tasks and communicating results
  • Ability to thrive and effectively deliver in a fast-paced, virtual, ever-changing environment
  • Excellent interpersonal, organizational, and written and verbal communication skills
  • Creative, positive energy, self-directed, amiable, and composed under pressure
  • Helpful and humble with a hospitality-driven ‘the customer is always right’ mindset
  • Incredible attention to detail, organized, and able to ‘Move Quickly’
  • Previous experience and/or desire to work remotely; ability to manage tasks, time and schedule with limited supervision
  • Ability to work collaboratively with members, developers, and team members; comfortable interacting with a wide range of community members, from executives to technical programmers
  • Prior experience with Google Docs, Salesforce is a plus

Additional Information

The Linux Foundation is a largely all-remote workforce that hires top-notch talent.  We are as passionate of providing a flexible and supportive work culture as we are in Open Source Software.  Collaboration is in our DNA, and we pride ourselves on being able to work closely together while not being tied to an office.  We offer exceptional benefits - e.g., Fantastic health care, Unlimited PTO, 100% 401k match, profit-sharing, and exceptional healthcare plans.

The Linux Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Program Manager

Linux FoundationSan Francisco, CA, USA, Remote

Linux Foundation is hiring a Remote Program Manager

Company Description

The world runs on open source, and projects need more than a version or source control system to scale. The Linux Foundation has evolved a proven methodology to transform projects into category leaders. LFX operationalizes this approach, providing a suite of tools built to facilitate every aspect of open source development. Critical projects must have their finger on the pulse of their entire developer ecosystem, with tools tailored to key stakeholders driving project development, including maintainers, contributors, community managers, marketers, and more.

Job Description

The Linux Foundation is looking for a program manager to guide and support the growth and success of open source projects through strategic analysis and project management. Your role is of an individual contributor that will serve as an operations expert with strong business judgment skills and partner heavily with internal and external organizations.

The Program Manager responsibilities will spread across strategic, operational, and tactical areas:

Strategic

  • Synthesize common themes from the Governing Board, the Technical Steering Committee, other committees as necessitated by the project, and Membership, translating to an operational, results-driven plan ensuring forward momentum
  • Strategic partner to the Project Executive Directors and other Project Leadership
  • Prioritize/escalate operational and team needs (or concerns) to Exec/Governing Board level, or Linux Foundation as necessary
  • Advise on open source and Linux Foundation best practices
  • Directly facilitate forward momentum of Governing Board towards overall Project vision, including managing discussions/expectations with individual Governing Board Members

Operational

  • Be the Glue -- center of activity, ensuring forward, timely momentum towards strategic plan, increasing cross-functional collaboration, and monitoring/optimizing staffing/services mix
  • Be the Generalist -- ability to pinch-hit on launching new initiatives during scale-out (or performing a wide range of functions due to temporary or permanent gaps), do what it takes to move the project forward
  • Be the Operational interface between the Project, the broader Linux Foundation, and Membership

Tactical

  • Back-end operations: CRM, invoice approvals, work with Legal on contracts, accounts assistance, etc.
  • Drive annual financial planning process, perform ongoing monitoring, and complete monthly audit in tandem with Finance

Qualifications

  • 3-5 years proven experience in similar roles, focusing on aligning external and internal organizations and stakeholders
  • Very strong project management skills
  • The ability to work collaboratively across functions such as Marketing, Public Relations, Legal, Finance, etc
  • The ability to communicate clearly in verbal, written, and presentation style formats
  • The ability to work globally

Preferred

  • Experience working with a global, remote teams
  • Experience with Customer Relationship Management software
  • Experience with technical projects, either as an engineer, a project manager, in the community or otherwise a plus
  • Direct experience with Open Source Software and communities
  • This role will likely require air travel throughout the year.

Additional Information

The Linux Foundation is a largely all-remote workforce that hires top-notch talent.  We are as passionate of providing a flexible and supportive work culture as we are in Open Source Software.  Collaboration is in our DNA, and we pride ourselves on being able to work closely together while not being tied to an office.  We offer exceptional benefits - e.g., Fantastic health care, Unlimited PTO, 100% 401k match, profit-sharing, and exceptional healthcare plans.

The Linux Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Marketing Manager, Hyperledger

Linux FoundationSan Francisco, CA, USA, Remote

Linux Foundation is hiring a Remote Marketing Manager, Hyperledger

Company Description

The Linux Foundation is the organization of choice for the world’s top developers and companies to build ecosystems that accelerate open technology development and commercial adoption. Together with the worldwide open source community, it is solving the hardest technology problems by creating the largest shared technology investment in history.

Today, the Linux Foundation has over 2,000 corporate members from over 41 countries, including every single one the Fortune 100. The Linux Foundation has proudly created over $54B in shared technology value since inception. We’re growing at a phenomenal rate and we’re looking for top marketer’s to join our growing team.

Job Description

As a Marketing and Communications Manager at The Linux Foundation, you will be pivotal in representing one of our most important foundation brands: Hyperledger. Hyperledger serves at the heart of enterprise-grade blockchain environments. Your role will be to engage and manage communication with our many corporate and developer community members. You will build out a core set of internal and external content to support this, including case studies, testimonials, press releases, web and email copy, social media content, etc. You will be a key liaison for member opportunities and concerns, while also supporting our core go-to-community activities. You will also play a key role in establishing clear messaging, targeted to each foundation’s diverse stakeholder base - all while maintaining a strong brand awareness.

This position is for an individual contributor, no direct reports.

Responsibilities:

  • Develop clear and engaging content that is consistent with the foundation’s brand image and addresses both business goals and community needs.

  • Content including press releases, newsletter, blogs, and, social media posts

  • Develop PR campaigns and media relations strategies to increase earned media coverage

  • Organize PR events (e.g. open days, press conferences) and serve as the Foundation’s central PR contact

  • Maintain relationships with media outlets; be the main point of contact with media facilitate interviews and story support from our executive team

  • Monitor, track and analyze our earned media coverage and develop PR strategies to strengthen our brand presence in industry wide initiatives

  • Analyze community engagement and create strategic plans to optimize SEO/SEM for each Foundation’s projects.

  • Work with our central demand gen organization to further optimize and reach audiences through paid and owned media.

  • Plan and organize attendance for Hyperledger events

  • Manage social media channels including LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and blogs

Qualifications

  • 7+ years of marketing experience in B2B business, preferably in open source or software businesses

  • Previous relationships with media publications and outlets

  • Experience managing communication to B2B communities related to Hyperledger and blockchain is not required, but would certainly differentiate you as a candidate.

  • Previous hands-on experience in social media management and SEO/SEM strategies.

  • Ability to interface at all levels maintaining strong working relationships across cross-functional teams.

MORE ABOUT HYPERLEDGER

https://openjsf.org/about/

What is Hyperledger?

Hyperledger is an open source community focused on developing a suite of stable frameworks, tools and libraries for enterprise-grade blockchain deployments. It is a global collaboration, hosted by The Linux Foundation, and includes leaders in finance, banking, Internet of Things, supply chains, manufacturing and Technology. Built under technical governance and open collaboration, individual developers, service and solution providers, government associations, corporate members and end users are all invited to participate in the development and promotion of these game-changing technologies.

Similar to The Linux Foundation, Hyperledger has a modular approach to hosting projects. The Hyperledger greenhouse hosts developing business blockchain projects from Hyperledger Labs (seed) to stable code ready for production (fruition). All are invited to contribute to the greenhouse; collectively advancing industry goals of distributed ledger and smart contracts.

Why enterprise-grade blockchain technologies?

Permissioned blockchains differ from what you’ll find in Bitcoin or Ethereum. Most enterprise blockchain applications rely upon real world trust relationships, wherein the goal is to set up a set of participants in an ecosystem with the needed insurance that the boundaries are flexible enough to bring in more participants in the future. Participants on a permissioned network are known to one another, and therefore have an intrinsic interest in participating in the consensus making process. This community of participants want to share data with a greater degree of security. Without needing to run proof of work mechanisms, they can resolve more immediate problems than on a public cryptocurrency blockchain. Blockchains can be used to record promises, trades, transactions or simply items we never want to disappear. Mirrored exactly across all nodes in a given network, it allows everyone in an ecosystem to keep a copy of the common system of record. Nothing can ever be erased or edited. All businesses participating in a commercial ecosystem need a ledger to contain a record of transactions. It is vitally important to know that your copy of the ledger is identical to others’ in the network.

Additional Information

The Linux Foundation is an all-remote workforce that hires world-class talent. We are as passionate about providing a flexible and supportive work culture as we are about open-source software. Collaboration is in our DNA, and we pride ourselves on being able to work closely together while not being tied to an office. We offer exceptional benefits - e.g., top of the line healthcare/dental/vision plans, unlimited PTO, and 100% 401k match up to the IRS-defined limit per year.

The Linux Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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