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My Clients Are Hiring Community Roles: Corelight, Scality, and Solace

by | Sun 4 Nov 2018

One of the things I love about working with such a diverse range of clients is helping them to shape, source, and mentor high-quality staff to build and grow their communities.

Well, three of clients Corelight, Scality, and Solace are all hiring community staff for their teams. I know many of you work in community management, so I always want to share new positions here in case you want to apply. If these look interesting, you should apply via the role description – don’t send me your resume. If we know each other (as in, we are friends/associates), feel free to reach out to me if you have questions.

(These are listed alphabetically based on the company name)

Corelight Director of Community

See the role here

Corelight are doing some really interesting work. They provide security solutions based around the Bro security monitor, and they invest heavily in that community (hiring staff, sponsoring events, producing code and more). Corelight are very focused on open source and being good participants in the Bro community. This role will not just serve Corelight but also support and grow the Bro community.

Scality Technical Community Manager

See the role here

I started working with Scality a while back with the focus of growing their open source Zenko community. As I started shaping the community strategy with them, we hired for the Director Of Community role there, and my friend Stefano Maffulli got it, who had done great work at Dreamhost and OpenStack.

Well, Stef needs to hire someone for his team, and this is a role with a huge amount of potential. It will be focused on building, fostering, and growing the Zenko community, producing technical materials, working with developers, speaking, and more. Stef is a great guy and will be a great manager to work for.

Solace Director Of Community and Developer Community Evangelist

Solace have built a lightning-fast infrastructure messaging platform and they are building a community focused on supporting developers who use their platform. They are a great team, and are really passionate about not just building a community, but doing it the right way.

They are hiring for two roles. One will be leading the overall community strategy and delivery and the other will be an evangelist role focused on building awareness and developer engagement.

All three of these companies are doing great work, and really focused on building community the right way. Check out the roles and best of luck!

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