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Creative Commons


Network Manager (community)

verified
🌏 Worldwide

Network Manager (community)


Creative Commons

🌏 Worldwide

community

support

openweb

exec

community

support

openweb

exec


👁 2,232 viewed | ✍️ 148 applied (7%)
Creative Commons (CC) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to building a globally-accessible public commons of knowledge and culture. We make it easier for people to share their creative works, whether academic, artistic, educational or other, as well as to access and build upon the works of others. By helping people and organizations share knowledge and creativity, we aim to build a more equitable, accessible, and innovative world. \n\nTo accomplish our goals, CC has created a global network of experts (the CC Global Network, or “CCGN”) consisting of members, advocates, and other supporters who share our values and goals, and with whom we collaborate in national and international fora in close collaboration with like-minded sister organizations. CC and the CCGN seek to increase and scale our impact and effectiveness globally, finding ways to create value for network members and society by promoting collaboration, mentorship, networking, and meaningful change. Fueling, supporting, motivating, and listening to the CCGN is paramount to scaling CC’s mission; this position is central to accomplishing these critical, shared goals. \n\nCreative Commons is looking for a Network Manager passionate about working with a global open community, open culture, open licensing, and the public domain. The Network Manager will report to the Director of Ecosystem Strategy and will work closely with the CCGN, the Open Policy Manager, and cross-organizationally, including with the CC Open Education, Communications, Legal, and GLAM teams.\n\nThis position will support and scale the Creative Commons Global Network. Three years after implementing the Creative Commons Global Network Strategy, the CCGN is in a crucial moment: having established the basic infrastructure (CC Chapters, Network Platforms and decision making committees), it’s now time to grow and leverage its potential. This position is an essential role to support, facilitate, plan and frame collaboration and connectivity across the CCGN and other groups in the open ecosystem. The Network Manager will be involved in development programs, projects, and opportunities to enhance the ability of the network to work together. \n\n\n# Responsibilities\n * Supporting the CCGN structure by, among other things:\n * Assisting the different formal CCGN structures (CC Chapters, Network Platforms, Committees) to accomplish their goals; \n * Helping facilitate meetings and prepare reports; and\n *Considering and recommending appropriate policies governing the CCGN structures.\n* Managing projects that enhance the ability of the network to work together, including organizing network-related tracks at the CC Global Summit. \n* Supporting promotion and collaboration in CC HQ-led initiatives, including communications outreach, campaigns (e.g., copyright reform, open education), and fundraising.\n* Leading onboarding of new members of the CCGN by building strong relationships between CC Chapters, sharing key information, identifying and facilitating opportunities for collaboration.\n* Facilitating member engagement through capacity development initiatives, developing corresponding tools and approaches.\n* Collecting and sharing information about existing CCGN members and CC Chapters: who they are; what they work on; what their interests are; successes and challenges.\n* Stimulating CC Chapters to communicate about their work through social media, connect CC Chapters with CC HQ communication staff.\n* Establishing and maintaining a high level of responsiveness and connection; facilitate warm connections in response to inquiries with CC staff, CCGN members, and partners.\n* Providing rapid responses to questions, and coordinate internal communications within CC HQ for CCGN members and partners. \n* Enhancing and scaling the impact of collaboration on the CCGN, supporting local projects and helping to share best practices and lessons learned. \n* Supporting and coordinating capacity-building for CCGN members and groups, with CC Chapter website templates, fundraising, social media and volunteer management. \n* Providing opportunities for those who are not always highly visible to be heard, promote and advocate for cultural diversity and gender equality in CC projects globally, including promoting diversity, equity and inclusion principles; support organizational change towards a more diverse, open culture.\n* Developing standardized materials for CC Chapters to support and foster collaboration, help them engage in the CCGN with CC HQ and each other.\n* Identifying opportunities for cross-collaboration projects and initiatives both inside the Network and with CC HQ. \n\n# Requirements\nThe ideal candidate will possess many of the following skills:\n\n* 3-5 years of experience in community management, working in a diverse distributed global community, or equivalent experience.\n* Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate effectively with people from diverse geographic, racial, ethnic, cultural, socioeconomic, and gender backgrounds.\n* Experience working with a diverse community of stakeholders, including open and collaborative online communities and networks across cultures and time zones. \n* The ability to successfully navigate challenging conversations among diverse groups and build consensus. \n* A critical mind that can prioritize the myriad opportunities to foster the CCGN, and identify and assist CC in focussing its resources toward opportunities where CC can provide value to its members, institutional members, and participants. \n* Experience network building at the local and national levels, with a thorough understanding of networking principles, particularly in the global south.\n* Independent thinking and analytical problem-solving abilities.\n* Self-motivated, self-starter, team player.\n* Fluency in verbal and written communication skills in English.\n* Comfortable working remotely.\n\n*The ideal candidate may also possess *\n* Additional language proficiency is very desirable, in particular, Spanish, French and/or Arabic.\n* Experience with fundraising \n\n#Salary\n$55,000\n\n\n#Location\n- 🌏 Worldwide

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Education Travel & Culture


Part-time, Work From Home, Mentor Foreign Exchange Students


🇺🇸 US-only

Part-time, Work From Home, Mentor Foreign Exchange Students


Education Travel & Culture

🇺🇸 US-only

mentor

recruiter

international

travel

mentor

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👁 8,340 viewed | ✍️ 375 applied (4%)
**About ETC:** Education Travel & Culture (ETC) is a non-profit [501(c)(3)] educational exchange organization. ETC provides inbound program opportunities for high school students throughout the world to study in an American high school and live with an American family. Volunteer Host Families provide room and board, a quiet place to study, and an American family experience for international students during their semester or academic year in the United States.\n\n**ETC Students: **Our students are between 15-18 and come to America on a J-1 Visa. They are fluent in English and maintain a C or higher in all of their high school courses, provide their own health insurance and spending money, and are eager to share their culture. \n\n**Why become a Local Coordinator?**\n• Potential to participate in international trips\n• Remote role\n• Gain knowledge and skills through a cultural experience that is filled with diversity\n• Supplemental income on a monthly basis \n\n\nAs LC’s develop strong relationships with their students and host families, they find that they, too, learn an extraordinary amount about themselves and the world around them. Local Coordinators are a valued member of the ETC team and an important part of the students and host families’ lives. We would love to hear from you if you would like to explore this wonderful opportunity!\n\n\n# Responsibilities\n **Local Coordinator Responsibilities:**\n• Develop local connections/network in the community, whereby to recruit host families\n• Screen and interview potential host families\n• Conduct student and family orientations via the use of Power Point/script\n• Must provide ongoing feedback and guidance to students and host families and communicate regularly with ETC management and support team\n• Monitor student progress monthly during a student activity or personal visit \n• Meet with host family every other month face to face\n• Complete and submit monthly reports \n\n# Requirements\n**What are the requirements to become a Local Coordinator?**\n• Successfully passing a background check\n• A valid Driver’s License and proof of auto insurance\n• The ability to provide 2 viable references\n• Computer and internet access\n• Outgoing personality and ability to recruit host families\n• Must have access to transportation/vehicle\n\n#Location\n- 🇺🇸 US-only

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