Coko looking for a Editoria Community Manager

If you know anyone that would make a great community manager for Editoria then let me know!

Coko in partnership with UC Press and the California Digital Library are hiring a Community Manager to assist with adoption of the new Editoria platform for book production.

The Community Manager will manage the publisher, developer, and service provider communities for Editoria—a web-based, open source book production software built on the Collaborative Knowledge Foundation (Coko) PubSweet framework for the University of California Press and the California Digital Library. Using proactive marketing and outreach strategies and activities, the community manager will drive adoption and further enhancement of the Editoria software and play a key role in the evolution of Editoria’s sustainability. The Community Manager will be responsible for managing all public-facing work related to Editoria, including communications, PR, social media engagement, website content creation, and business development.

The position is funded for one year with potential for longer term depending on funding and performance. Ideally the candidate would be based in the Bay Area, however remote candidates will also be considered. Salary commensurate with experience.

The full job description is available here (PDF). Email us at team@coko.foundation with questions. Please share with potential interested parties!

 

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