Project Manager (m/f) Community Communication Wikidata
Wikimedia Deutschland e.V. is a non-profit organisation based in Berlin dedicated to the dissemination of free knowledge. At Wikimedia Deutschland e.V. 80 employees work to support projects like Wikipedia and Wikidata. In the software development department we are building open source software that impacts the world. One of the main projects of the department is Wikidata, a free and open knowledge base containing general-purpose data about the world.
We are looking for a smart, self-motivated project manager with a focus on community communication for Wikidata.
As a project manager, with a focus on community communication for Wikidata, you will be working directly with the product management, the engineering teams and the Wikimedia communities.
You will be responsible for keeping the Wikidata community a collaborative, friendly and welcoming environment through empathic communication on different communication platforms with various communities, maintaining long term relationships between development team and editors and be present at events and conferences in the Wikimedia movement.
That requires you to:
- Be present on various communication platforms in the Wikimedia movement.
- Understand Wikidata and translate between technical and non-technical audiences.
- Identify community needs and problems.
- Have strong networking skills.
- Be dedicated to our community. They come first.
For this we are looking for a strong open communicator with a passion for Open Source, Open Culture and/or Free Software communities that are clearly conveyed by actions rather than personal statements on your CV alone.
We are looking forward to your application. Please apply by sending us your motivation, CV and most importantly your work examples to email@example.com. The position is initially limited.
We cannot consider applications that are not sent in as e-mail to the address stated above. Wikimedia Deutschland is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against applicants based on ethnicity, citizenship, religion, political views, sex or gender.