As a long time on and off subscriber to this list for many years, I want to
say that I do find posts about jobs like this very useful, unlike posts
complaining about capitalization and geography. It is informative and
exciting to find out where Wikipedia projects are making in-roads, and what
better place to find an experienced job candidate who will respect
community norms and policies while editing on behalf of an employer.
On Wed, Feb 26, 2020 at 12:40 PM Jake Orlowitz <jorlowitz(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Annual Reviews, an independent, nonprofit scholarly research publisher,
seeks an enthusiastic Wikipedian-in-Residence (WIR).
The aim of this role is to improve Wikipedia’s coverage of the sciences by
citing expert articles from Annual Reviews’ journals. The WIR will engage
with Wikipedia editors across life, biomedical, physical, and social
science articles and WikiProjects to help ensure responsible and valuable
expansion of content.
This is a temporary position for 10 hours/week, paid at $30/hour USD, and
is anticipated to last for up to 1 year. This position can only be based
remotely from the following states: CA, OR, OH, NV, NC, WA, WI, CO, MA, PA,
NY, HI, or MT.
*Founder of The Wikipedia Library*
*Seeker of well people and sane societies*
media: @jakeorlowitz <http://twitter.com/jakeorlowitz>
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