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Deploy360 23 March 2015

Join our Team! Deploy360 Needs a Content and Resource Manager

DO Team 2013Are you passionate about the future of the Internet? Do you want to help drive the global adoption of key Internet technologies, such as IPv6, DNSSEC, TLS, Secure BGP, and Anti-spoofing? Do enjoy both meeting great new people and staying fanatically organized? If you’re furiously nodding your head “yes” to all of these questions – we may have a job for you!

Dan York is moving on up. After helping create Deploy360 content (and Deploy360 itself) for the past three and a half years, he’s now taking on a much broader scope and helping tell stories across the entire Internet Society. This is a great move, for Dan, for the Internet Society, and for the Internet at large. While this does not mean that Dan is leaving us entirely, it does mean that we need more help creating Deploy360 content. That’s where you come in.

We’ve created a new role on the Deploy360 team, which we’re calling the Content and Resource Manager. In broad strokes, we need someone to run the Deploy360 website. Day to day, the Content and Resource Manager will be building and managing a team of volunteer authors, seeking out new content and resources worthy of publication here, monitoring comment queues and generally managing this WordPress-based website and blog, and looking for opportunities to better serve our various audiences and other Internet communities worldwide. The position will include some travel and potentially some speaking opportunities, although getting on stage is not strictly required. You will need to be very comfortable speaking with both experts and non-experts on a wide variety of technical topics.

Still interested? Apply today!

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