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Creative Commons

Creative Commons is an American non-profit organization and international network devoted to educational access and expanding the range of creative works available for others to build upon legally and to share.

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Creative Commons

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Creative Commons is hiring a
Remote Senior Data Engineer

Creative Commons is building a โ€œfront doorโ€ to the growing universe of openly licensed and public domain content through CC Search and the CC Catalog API. The Senior Data Engineer reports to the Director of Engineering and is responsible for CC Catalog, the open source catalog that powers those products. This project will unite billions of records for openly-licensed and public domain works and metadata, across multiple platforms, diverse media types, and a variety of user communities and partners.\n\n**Diversity & inclusion**\n\nWe believe that diverse teams build better organizations and better services. Applications from qualified candidates from all backgrounds, including those from under-represented communities, are very welcome. Creative Commons works openly as part of a global community, guided by collaboratively developed codes of conduct and anti-harassment policies.\n\n**Work environment and location**\n\nCreative Commons is a fully-distributed organization - we have no central office. You must have reasonable mobility for travel to twice-annual all-staff meetings and the CC Global Summit (a total of 3 trips per year). We provide a subsidy towards high-speed broadband access. Laptop/desktop computer and necessary resources are supplied.\n\n\n\n# Responsibilities\n **Primary responsibilities**\nArchitect, build, and maintain the existing CC Catalog, including:\n* Ingesting content from new and existing sources of CC-licensed and public domain works.\n* Scaling the catalog to support billions of records and various media types.\n* Implementing resilient, distributed data solutions that operate robustly at web scale.\n* Automating data pipelines and workflows.\n* Collaborating with the Backend Software Engineer and Front End Engineer to support the smooth operation of the CC Catalog API and CC Search.\n\nAugment and improve the metadata associated with content indexed into the catalog using one or more of the following: machine learning, computer vision, OCR, data analysis, web crawling/scraping.\n\nBuild an open source community around the CC Catalog, including:\n* Restructuring the code and workflows such that it allows community contributors to identify new sources of content and add new data to the catalog.\n* Guiding new contributors and potentially participating in projects such as Google Summer of Code as a mentor. \n* Writing blog posts, maintaining documentation, reviewing pull requests, and responding to issues from the community.\n\nCollaborate with other outside communities, companies, and institutions to further Creative Commonsโ€™ mission. \n\n# Requirements\n* Demonstrated experience building and deploying large scale data services, including database design and modeling, ETL processing, and performance optimization\n* Proficiency with Python\n* Proficiency with Apache Spark\n* Experience with cloud computing platforms such as AWS\n* Experience with Apache Airflow or other workflow management software\n* Experience with machine learning or interest in picking it up\n* Fluent in English\n* Excellent written and verbal communication skills\n* Ability to work independently, build good working relationships and actively communicate, contribute, and speak up in a remote work structure\n* Curiosity and a desire to keep learning\n* Commitment to consumer privacy and security\n\nNice to have (but not required):\n* Experience with contributing to or maintaining open source software\n* Experience with web crawling\n* Experience with Docker\n \n\Please mention the words **GAUGE TINY PEASANT** when applying to show you read the job post completely. RMy4yMjkuMTE3LjEyMw==. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants. Companies can search these words to find applicants that read this and see they're human.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to Senior, Engineer and Travel jobs that are similar:\n\n $70,000 — $120,000/year\n \n\n#Location\n๐ŸŒ Worldwide
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๐Ÿ’ฐ $63k - $120k*

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Creative Commons

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\nAbout the position\n\nCreative Commons is building CC Search, a search engine of openly licensed content, to allow large bodies of open works to be discovered and reused with confidence by digital creators and educators alike. We have a small, talented team, tackling this large challenge. CC Search came out of beta one year ago, and we average 250,000 monthly active users, browsing the 400M+ images currently indexed.\n\nCC Search is an open source software project and the Creative Commons team is 100% remote. This position reports to the Director of Engineering.\n\nAs the sole front end engineer on the project, you own building, testing, and release of new features on the front end, working closely across the tech and product teams, to keep implementing great experiences and interfaces for CC Search’s global user base. You will also be the primary maintainer of the open source code and help build an active community of contributors around it.\n\nPrimary Responsibilities\n\n\n* Architect, build, and maintain CC Search, including:\n\n\n\n* Building and testing user interfaces and experiences that will make the openly licensed content discoverable through CC Search more accessible and usable.\n\n* Writing modular, scalable, and well-documented code.\n\n* Providing an usable, human-centered, accessible perspective to our code and products.\n\n\n\n* Collaborate with the rest of the CC Search team, including:\n\n\n\n* Helping with ideation and design of new features in collaboration with the product and design team.\n\n* Collaborating with the Backend Software Engineer and Senior Data Engineer to support the smooth operation of CC Search.\n\n\n\n* Integrate with and improve Vocabulary, CC’s design system.\n\n* Build an open source community around CC Search actively, including:\n\n\n\n* Participating in conversations with contributors  via GitHub and chat (Slack).\n\n* Participating in programs such as Google Summer of Code and Outreachy as a mentor on behalf of CC.\n\n* Writing blog posts, maintaining documentation, reviewing pull requests in a timely manner, and responding to issues from the community.\n\n\n\n* Collaborate with other outside communities, companies, and institutions to further Creative Commons’ mission.\n\n\n\n\nQualifications and requirements\n\n\n* Demonstrated experience architecting, building, and deploying large consumer-grade JavaScript web applications in production\n\n* High level of proficiency with JavaScript language and ES6 syntax and features\n\n* Proficiency with Vue.js\n\n* Superior HTML/CSS skills\n\n* Experience working with a designer and contributing to designs\n\n* Fluent in English\n\n* Excellent written and verbal communication skills\n\n* Ability to work independently, build good working relationships and actively communicate, contribute, and speak up in a remote work structure\n\n* Curiosity and a desire to keep learning\n\n* Nice to have (but not required):\n\n\n\n* Experience with contributing to or maintaining open source software\n\n* Experience with user testing\n\n* Familiarity with working with existing design systems or design libraries\n\n* Familiarity with Python\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nDiversity & inclusion\n\nWe believe that diverse teams build better organizations and better services. Applications from qualified candidates from all backgrounds, including those from under-represented communities, are very welcome. Creative Commons works openly as part of a global community, guided by collaboratively developed codes of conduct and anti-harassment policies.\n\nWork Environment and Location\n\nCreative Commons is a fully-distributed organization — we have no central office. This position is in a remote working environment and you can be anywhere in the world as long as you’re available for meetings between 2 PM to 8 PM UTC. You must have reasonable mobility for necessary travel, and high-speed broadband access. Laptop/desktop computer and necessary resources are supplied. Some travel is required for, among other things, face-to-face meetings and the annual CC Summit, though there will be no CC travel in 2020.\n\nSalary and Benefits\n\nCreative Commons is a leading non-profit employer, offering competitive salaries and benefits, including health and wellness plans, annual retirement contributions, and a positive, supportive work environment. The salary range for this position is $80K - 90K USD (or equivalent).\n\nHow to Apply\n\nPlease email your resume and cover letter as a PDF to “[email protected]” with the subject heading of “Front End Engineer / [Last Name].” Your cover letter should address why you are interested in this job and why you’re a good fit based on the requirements and responsibilities.\n\nNo phone calls, please. No recruiters.  \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to Engineer, Front End, JavaScript, Travel, Senior and Backend jobs that are similar:\n\n $62,500 — $120,000/year\n
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\nAbout this position\n\nCreative Commons maintains over two dozen open source projects and websites with a very small team. Our open source community is rapidly growing and we need help managing it. The Open Source Community Coordinator will assist the Director of Engineering and the rest of the engineering and product team in tasks related to logistics, community outreach, and publicity.\n\nThis is a part-time 6 month contract position for 10-15 hours a week, with the possibility of being renewed.\n\nPrimary responsibilities\n\n\n* Serve as the first point of contact for people who want to join the CC Open Source community\n\n* Answer questions on Slack and GitHub from community members and potential applicants to open source internship programs like Google Summer of Code and Outreachy\n\n* Help with administrative work surrounding open source internships such as submitting applications, creating templates, coordinating meetings etc.\n\n* Facilitate opportunities for community members and CC staff engineers to collaborate\n\n* Help maintain the CC Open Source Twitter account\n\n* Find and coordinate with potential guest bloggers for the CC Open Source blog\n\n* Help publicize new features and products released by the CC engineering team\n\n* Reach out to developers using Creative Commons tools or licenses and publicize their work\n\n* Triage incoming GitHub bug reports and feature requests from the public\n\n* Update the CC Open Source website and public wiki\n\n* Review and update existing GitHub issues for clarity and contributor-friendliness\n\n* Reach out to potential new users of CC tools such as the CC Catalog API to help grow usage of those tools\n\n\n\n\nQualifications and requirements\n\n\n* A technical background. You don’t need to be a full-time programmer but some experience with code is necessary.\n\n* Familiarity with and interest in open source\n\n* Familiarity with Creative Commons licenses\n\n* Fluent in English is required. Additional language skills are a plus.\n\n* Excellent written and verbal communication skills\n\n* Ability to work independently, build good working relationships and actively communicate, contribute, and speak up in a remote work structure\n\n* Excellent interpersonal skills and empathy\n\n* Social media experience is a plus\n\n* Access to a computer and a stable internet connection\n\n\n\n\nDiversity & inclusion\n\nWe believe that diverse teams build better organizations and better services. Applications from qualified candidates from all backgrounds, including those from under-represented communities, are very welcome. Creative Commons works openly as part of a global community, guided by collaboratively developed codes of conduct and anti-harassment policies.\n\nWork environment and location\n\nCreative Commons is a fully-distributed organization — we have no central office. This position is in a remote working environment and you can be anywhere in the world as long as you’re available for meetings, once or twice a week between 11 AM and 3 PM US Eastern Time.\n\nCompensation\n\nCreative Commons is a leading non-profit employer, offering competitive compensation and a positive, supportive work environment. The range for this position from $18 to $24 USD per hour, commensurate with relevant skills and experience for a commitment of 40 to 60 hours per month.\n\nHow to Apply\n\nPlease apply using this form https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfostF8Aosz7liyXsE8fzHAkb4BEh2DfuxZBTFZJB-T4ST1dQ/viewform \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to English, API and Internship jobs that are similar:\n\n $70,000 — $120,000/year\n
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\nCreative Commons is building a “front door” to the commons from the ground up. We need a talented team of engineers to design and build systems to index over 1.2 billion works into a ledger that will fuel the usable and vibrant commons, enable new research, and foster discovery and collaboration.\n\nThis project will unite billions of records for openly-licensed and public domain works and metadata, across multiple platforms, diverse media types, and a variety of user communities and partners. It’s a difficult but rewarding problem for an inspired and creative team. We want to build this product with a small dev team as part of an open community, and create something useful, delightful, and essential to the work of creators, educators, scientists, cultural institutions, and our partners. We’re building shared infrastructure for the global commons.\n\nYou can read about our previous efforts so far here, here and here.\n\nAs our back end engineer you can be part of this exciting project in an early stage. You will help design, build, test, and release our software infrastructure, and collaborate with users, contributors, and partners around the world. Imagine all the possibilities.\n\nPrimary Responsibilities\n\nThis is a rare opportunity to collaborate in an organization that is fundamental to sharing online, working at a global scale. The successful candidate will play a crucial role in this high-priority project.\n\nWe believe that diverse teams build better organizations and better services. Applications from qualified candidates from all backgrounds, including those from under-represented communities, are VERY welcome.\n\nThe back end engineer reports to the Director of Product Engineering and will architect, implement, test, and monitor our technical infrastructure that support our efforts to make the commons more accessible and usable for our global users and partners.\n\nThe back end engineer is responsible for:\n\n\n* Architecting and maintaining our servers platform to support our products and interoperate with our partners\n\n* Building robust and scalable software using a variety of programming languages.\n\n* Collaborating with front end and data engineers to integrate data and human-facing elements with server side logic\n\n* Improving our code quality through writing unit tests, automation and performing code reviews\n\n* Maintaining our data’ flow and help implement new data pipelines\n\n* Working in the open, contributing code and engaging in public repositories, open chat rooms, and public wiki with our global community\n\n* Provide technical opinions within various open communities, working with CC partners.\n\n* Collaborate with other outside communities, companies, and institutions to further Creative Commons’ mission\n\n\n\n\nQualifications and requirements\n\n\n* Ample experience designing, developing, testing and deploying services in the cloud (AWS). You can show us your code, and tell us how you built and iterated on it.\n\n* Demonstrated experience building robust, scalable software using Java or Python. Scala a plus.\n\n* Extensive knowledge of current software development methodologies and best practices\n\n* Excellent analytical, problem solving and time management skills\n\n* Familiarity with content and data licensing a plus, but not required\n\n* Desire to work in a diverse, global, open, and highly collaborative team environment\n\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to Engineer, Backend, Java, Cloud and Scala jobs that are similar:\n\n $70,000 — $120,000/year\n
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\nCreative Commons is building a “front door” to the commons from the ground up. We need a talented team of engineers to design and build systems to index over 1.2 billion works into a ledger that will fuel the usable and vibrant commons, enable new research, and foster discovery and collaboration.\n\nThis project will unite billions of records for openly-licensed and public domain works and metadata, across multiple platforms, diverse media types, and a variety of user communities and partners. It’s a difficult but rewarding problem for an inspired and creative team. We want to build this product with a small dev team as part of an open community, and create something useful, delightful, and essential to the work of creators, educators, scientists, cultural institutions, and our partners. We’re building shared infrastructure for the global commons.\n\nYou can read about our previous efforts so far here, here and here.\n\nAs a the Lead Engineer for the Data Platform you can be part of this exciting project in an early stage. You will design, build, test, and release the software infrastructure we design, and collaborate with users, contributors, and partners around the world. Imagine all the possibilities and experiences this can bring!\n\nPrimary Responsibilities\n\nThis is a rare opportunity to collaborate in an organization that is fundamental to sharing online, working at a global scale. The successful candidate will play a crucial role in this high-priority project.\n\nWe believe that diverse teams build better organizations and better services. Applications from qualified candidates from all backgrounds, including those from under-represented communities, are VERY welcome.\n\nThe Lead Engineer for the Data Platform reports to the Director of Product Engineering and will implement the data backend that will enable CC’s products and services. You’ll be responsible for creating and maintaining data solutions for our ledger, its infrastructure and its data flows.\n\nThe Lead Engineer for the Data Platform is responsible for:\n\n\n* Architecting, implementing and maintaining our catalog of openly licensed media and data, including records of use, re-use, and sharing; and other relevant services that will be the engineering backbone enabling us to create a more vibrant, usable commons.\n\n* Designing and implementing resilient, distributed data solutions that operate robustly at web scale\n\n* Working in the open, contributing code and engaging in public repositories, open chat rooms, and public wiki with our global community\n\n* Provide technical opinions within various open communities, working with CC partners. Collaborate with other outside communities, companies, and institutions to further Creative Commons’ mission.\n\n\n\n\nQualifications and requirements\n\n\n* An entrepreneurial spirit: a collaborative, motivated self-starter\n\n* Demonstrated experience building and deploying large scale web and data services\n\n* Experience writing data pipelines that scale to millions of records and using machine learning to catalog and describe them\n\n* Familiarity with content licensing including Free/Open licenses a plus\n\n* Familiarity with consumer privacy and managing user data\n\n* Desire to work in a diverse, global, highly collaborative team environment\n\n\n\n\nWork Environment and Location\n\nCreative Commons is a distributed organization. This position is available to applicants in the Americas, in a remote working environment, provided they have reasonable mobility for necessary travel, and high-speed broadband access. Laptop/desktop computer and necessary resources are supplied. Some travel is required for, among other things, face-to-face meetings and the CC Summits. \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to Engineer, Executive, Travel and Backend jobs that are similar:\n\n $75,000 — $120,000/year\n
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engineer

 

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\nThe universe of openly licensed content is massive and growing, and we want to light it up — make it more discoverable, usable, and connected. This is the opportunity: to build products and services — both standalone and within our partner platforms — that will bring the commons to life with greater use, re-use, and contribution. Our first project to realize this goal will be CC Search.\n\nThere is no “front door” to the commons, and with over 1.1 billion works on platforms all over the world on over 9 million websites, the tools people need to curate, share, and remix works aren’t yet available. We launched the CC Search beta on February 7, 2017, indexing about 1 percent of the commons, and a focus on images as a first media type. We have had a great initial response and positive media coverage. But we have so much more to do to reach the scale of our ambition.\n\nThis project will unite billions of records for works and metadata, multiple platforms, diverse media types, and a variety of user communities and partners. It’s a difficult but rewarding problem for an inspired and creative leader. We want to build this product with a small dev team as part of an open community, and create something useful, delightful, and essential to the work of creators, educators, scientists, cultural institutions, and our partners.\n\n\n\n\n\nPrimary Responsibilities\n\nThe Director of Product Engineering reports to the CEO and will lead the development and implementation of CC's products and services. You’ll be responsible for the CC Search roadmap and the review and enhancement of existing tools to ensure their successful adoption on the web. This is a rare opportunity to lead within an organization that is fundamental to sharing online, operating at a global scale. The successful candidate will lead a technical team to meet the needs of this vital organization, and to build a more vibrant, usable global commons, powered by collaboration and gratitude.\n\nWe believe that diverse teams build better organizations and better services. Applications from qualified candidates from all backgrounds, including those from under-represented communities, are very welcome.  \n\nThe Director of Product Engineering leads the technology team to:\n\n\n* Develop, lead and implement an ambitious product strategy, including a product and service roadmap for CC Search and other relevant services. Lead a small team aligned with our goal of a more vibrant, usable commons powered by collaboration and gratitude\n\n* Attract and oversee a small team of software developers and UX designers to build innovative, robust software both for CC use and for public release\n\n* Work in the open, in public repositories, open chat rooms, public wikis and a global community\n\n* Work with the CEO and Director of Development to seek funding for CC’s various technical projects\n\n* Represent the organization and provide technical leadership within various open communities and with CC partners. Coordinate with other outside communities, companies, and institutions to further Creative Commons’ mission, for example: W3C, non-profit communities like EFF, Open Knowledge, and Wikipedians, and the open data, open access, library, and open education communities\n\n\n\n\nQualifications and requirements\n\n\n* Proven team and product leadership, and an entrepreneurial spirit: a collaborative, motivated self-starter\n\n* Demonstrated experience building and deploying large scale web services; experience on mobile is a plus\n\n* Ability to identify and scope user requirements and develop specifications\n\n* Excellent management, written, and oral communication skills\n\n* Familiarity with content licensing including Free/Open licenses a plus\n\n* Familiarity with consumer privacy\n\n* Fluent in one of Spanish, Arabic, or French (in addition to English) a plus\n\n* Desire to work in a diverse, global, highly collaborative team environment\n\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to Engineer, Executive, Education and Mobile jobs that are similar:\n\n $80,000 — $120,000/year\n
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\nThe Director of Engineering reports to the CEO and is responsible for all aspects of CC’s technology infrastructure and product and service development. This is a rare opportunity to lead within an organization that is fundamental to sharing online, operating at a global scale. The successful candidate will lead a technical team to meet the needs of this vital organization, and to build a more vibrant, usable global commons, powered by collaboration and gratitude.\n\nThe Commons is massive and growing, and now we want to light it up — make it more discoverable, usable, and connected. This is the opportunity: to build products and services — both standalone and within our partner platforms — that will bring the commons to life with greater use, re-use, and contribution.\n\nThe Director of Engineering leads the technology team to:\n\n\n* Develop, lead and implement an ambitious technology strategy, including and product and service roadmap for Creative Commons, aligned with our goal of a more vibrant, usable commons powered by collaboration and gratitude\n\n* Attract and oversee a team of software developers and UX to build innovative, robust software both for CC use and for public release\n\n* Establish and maintain high availability for CC’s mission-critical sites, including the CC home page, which includes the core license, chooser, and donation infrastructure\n\n* Represent the organization in various technical fora. Coordinate with other outside communities, companies, and institutions to further Creative Commons’ mission, for example: W3C, non-profit communities like EFF, Open Knowledge, and Wikipedians, and the open data, open access, library, and open education communities\n\n* Work in the open, in public repositories, open chat rooms, public wikis and community\n\n* Work with the CEO and Director of Development to seek funding for CC’s various technical projects\n\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to Engineer, Executive and Education jobs that are similar:\n\n $80,000 — $120,000/year\n
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