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Invest in Open Infrastructure (IOI) is seeking a Project Manager to join a growing team working to increase adoption, investment in, and the sustainability of open infrastructure in research and scholarship. This role is crucial in ensuring that IOI can efficiently and effectively deliver on its grants and contract work to advance our mission.
Technical Support Managers focus on communicating with publishing venue leaders, managing configuration of reviewing workflows for different publishing venues (both through the UI and simple Python coding using our high-level Python library); discussing system features with program chairs and journal editors, giving them system demos by voice and email; regular communication and technical support to editors, program chairs, area chairs, reviewers, authors, and other users; custom services and scripting on-demand for program chairs; and liaising with the OpenReview software development team to communicate unmet customer needs, brainstorm solutions, and generally support the improvement of the platform.
We are looking for an experienced Open Source Infrastructure Engineer who will help shape the future of data-intensive scientific research and make a big impact on democratizing the design and access to cloud-based resources for research and education purposes. This engineer will be part of an awesome engineering team pushing forward the development and operations of our cloud-based infrastructure.
The US Research Software Sustainability Institute (URSSI) is looking for a Community Manager (CM) who will grow a thriving community of practitioners interested in the use and sustainability of research software.