[open-science] FORCE11 is Seeking Applications for its 2017-2018 Communications Fellowship Program

Cameron Neylon cn at cameronneylon.net
Thu Apr 6 10:06:55 UTC 2017

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*FORCE11 is Seeking Applications for its 2017-2018 Communications
Fellowship Program*

Application deadline:  April 20, 2017

Application Details:  https://goo.gl/AHb1Gd

FORCE11 <http://www.force11.org/> is seeking applications from individuals
who will implement the communication needs of the community.  We are
seeking candidates who wish to develop a deeper knowledge of Scholarly
Communications as well as gain experience in social media and
communications.  Working on a small team, fellows will write news releases,
blog posts, and announcements about FORCE11, its constituent organizations,
and the broader community; monitor and update FORCE11’s social media
presence; assist in maintaining its website; help to develop and implement
FORCE11’s outreach strategy; and perform other communications-related
responsibilities (details on website).  The Communications fellow should
anticipate spending approximately 4 hours per week on the position (times
may vary depending on the activities).

The fellowship year will run from May 1, 2017 through April 30, 2018.

Fellows will receive free registration, airfare, accommodations and meals
to attend the FORCE2017 Conference in Berlin, October 25-27, 2017 or the
FORCE11 Scholarly Communications Institute in San Diego, CA

This fellowship program is well-suited for - but not limited to - graduate
students who wish to develop deeper knowledge of Scholarly Communications,
gain experience in social media and communications.

For inquiries please contact Osman Aldirdiri at ‘*intern at force11.org*
<intern at force11.org>’
Professor Cameron Neylon
Professor of Research Communications - President, FORCE11
Centre for Culture and Technology
Curtin University, Western Australia
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