Job: Come work with Educopia! Project and Communications Manager Search underway!

Job: Come work with Educopia! Project and Communications Manager Search underway!

Note: UF is a member of LPC, the amazing Suzanne Stapleton is our representative, and I’m on the LPC Board and working on the Library Publishing Curriculum project, so I am excited to work with whoever joins the fabulous Educopia team, too!
Thanks to Melanie Schlosser @mbschloss for sharing this.  See below for an exciting opportunity with Educopia. This person will play an important role for the LPC community, as half of their time will be dedicated to managing the Library Publishing Curriculum project. Keep reading for details and please share!
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It is our great pleasure to announce that Educopia is hiring a two-year position. If you know anyone who might be interested, please forward this their way.

Project and Communications Manager
The Project and Communications Manager creates, implements, evaluates, and oversees Educopia’s communications presence (web, social media, digital publications) and provides project management and coordination for the “Developing a Curriculum to Advance Library-Based Publishing” project.

Application review will begin on August 1st, and will continue until the position is filled. Please see the complete job description for more details:  https://educopia.org/work-with-us
About Educopia:
The Educopia Institute’s mission is to build networks and collaborative communities to help cultural, scientific, and scholarly institutions achieve greater impact.

We believe in the power of connection and collaboration. In all of our work, we encourage knowledge sharing and network building—across institutions, communities, and sectors. Our strengths include training, community facilitation, and administrative backbone support services for collaborative communities.

The Educopia Institute’s core strength is its focus on supporting community efforts by providing training, knowledge, and a neutral administrative backbone to facilitate and strengthen community networks. Educopia’s decentralized staff moderate, encourage, and elevate community member efforts, while distilling, disseminating, and aligning emerging practices and standards. The Institute’s community program managers also facilitate applied research projects resulting in impacts on three levels: 1) within the communities, 2) across the broader network of Educopia’s affiliated communities, and 3) across the library, archives, and museum sectors.