Deploy360 11 July 2012

Deploy360 is Hiring!

By jimmersonGuest Author

Do you want to help get technologies like IPv6 and DNSSEC more widely deployed? Would you like to work with network operators around the world to help understand their deployment challenges – and then develop materials to address those challenges? Do you enjoy speaking at conferences? Translating engineering-speak into business-speak? Interacting with people in operator communities both online and at events?

If so, we’re looking for YOU!

The Internet Society Deploy360 Programme is expanding its capacity to supply up-to-date and useful technology deployment information. We are adding one person to our small team to help generate more deployment content and to increase the conversation about it inside operator communities.

From the job description:

“The primary focus areas of this position will be to: 1) develop and coordinate increased industry collaboration and conversations about the operationalization of Internet technologies; 2) work with targeted audiences around the globe to develop operational documentation on technology topics covered by the Internet Society Deploy360 Programme including, but not limited to, IPv6 and DNSSEC.”

If you or someone you know is energetic about helping others with technology deployment information and you think communication between operators and standards-makers is important, please take a look at our new job opening.

Disclaimer: Viewpoints expressed in this post are those of the author and may or may not reflect official Internet Society positions.

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