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Principal Product Manager, Wikimedia Enterprise
Wikimedia Enterprise is hiring a Principal Product Manager to lead our product efforts for customers building solutions in the search, AI, and digital assistant spaces. In this role, you’ll drive strategy and execution for the Wikimedia Enterprise product offering and will define the Wikimedia Enterprise way of managing product development for the foreseeable future.
Creative Associate, Online Fundraising (Contract)
The Wikimedia Foundation is looking for a Creative Associate (Contract), reporting to the Lead Creative Strategist, to develop and execute creative strategies that will grow our revenue base and strengthen our relationship with our donors. This role will involve working with the Fundraising Content Team to develop compelling and engaging fundraising content across a variety of channels, including banner appeals on Wikipedia, email, social media, and web.
Senior Site Reliability Engineer – Wikimedia Enterprise
The Wikimedia Foundation is looking for a Senior Site Reliability Engineer to join our team, reporting to the Sr. Engineering Manager. As the Site Reliability Engineer, you will play a key role in designing, developing, and maintaining reliable, scalable, and highly available infrastructure for our API services.
Fundraising Analyst (Part-time Contract)
The Fundraising team is looking for a junior Fundraising Analyst to support the process of making data driven decisions to improve the effectiveness of our fundraising strategies. The Fundraising Analyst will work on supporting fundraising reporting, and ensure the Fundraising Analytics team has capacity to inform and report on fundraising strategies.
As Creative Director, you are looking to join a team that is passionate about the power of brand, design and technology to change the world. This role will be responsible for collaborating on meaningful, idea-led work for a global movement and setting the creative vision for our programs. You will play a vital role in high visibility global projects critical to the future of Wikimedia.
Finance and Administration
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Legal Fellow (Fall 2023)
If you’re a current law student or recent law school graduate passionate about free knowledge and open source issues, applying to our legal fellowship program can provide an immersive in-house experience with specific education and training in the areas of Internet law and free knowledge organizations.
Engineering Manager – Abstract Wikipedia
The Wikimedia Foundation is looking for an experienced Engineering Manager to support and drive our work on Abstract Wikipedia, a project that aims to improve knowledge equity by enabling more people to share more knowledge in more languages.
Talent and Culture
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Senior Site Reliability Engineer
Wikimedia Foundation is hiring a Senior Site Reliability Engineer (SRE) to join our Service Operations SRE team, where we take care of the infrastructure that runs wikipedia.org and other Wikimedia Foundation projects. The SRE team at Wikimedia is a distributed and diverse team of engineers with a drive to explore, experiment and embrace new technologies. The SRE Service Operations team focuses on the application layer of our complex infrastructure as well as our developer-facing services.
Manager, Analytics (Movement Insights)
The Wikimedia Foundation is looking for an Analytics Manager to lead the Movement Insights team, reporting to the Director of Decision Science. In this role, you will lead a team of data scientists and analysts whose insights guide strategies and tactics aimed at achieving our vision: a world in which every single human being can freely share in the sum of all knowledge.
Senior Site Reliability Engineer (Data Platforms SRE)
The Wikimedia Foundation is looking for a Senior Site Reliability Engineer (SRE) to join our team, reporting to the Director of Data Engineering. As an SRE on the Data Engineering team, you will be responsible for building, maintaining and operating the shared data infrastructure that empowers the use of data at the Foundation as well as the Wikimedia Movement. You will be part of a larger community of SREs where you’ll have plenty of space and opportunities to learn and get familiar with our tech.
Senior Data Engineering Manager
The Wikimedia Foundation is looking for an experienced Senior Engineering Manager to join the Data Engineering Team. At the Wikimedia Foundation, we operate the world’s largest collaborative project: a top ten website, reaching a billion people globally every month, while incorporating the values of privacy, transparency and community that are so important to our users.
Data Center Engineer
Ashburn, VA, USA
Wikimedia Foundation is hiring a Data Center Engineer to work out of our data center site in Ashburn, VA. This role will maintain and provide hands-on hardware support across our fleet of Dell, HP, and Juniper devices. Regular working hours will be Monday-Friday during the daytime, with onsite presence being a requirement. The ticket queue being used will be Phabricator, while the primary forms of communication will be in Coupa, Slack, and IRC channels, with key stakeholders being supported in the SRE and Finance groups. A basic understanding and use of Linux and hardware troubleshooting skills will be necessary for this position.
Senior Site Reliability Engineer (Database)
The Wikimedia Foundation is seeking a Senior Site Reliability Engineer (Databases). Our objective is to make the sum of all human knowledge available to everyone, and we persist most of this knowledge in MariaDB. Our project sites are some of the most highly trafficked on the internet, with more page views per engineer than any other site.
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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Commitment
Our diversity and inclusion path
We trust our personal and organizational accountability
We envision a world in which every single person can freely share in the sum of all knowledge. We believe knowledge belongs to everyone, and in order to empower people from diverse backgrounds to participate in the collaborative creation of knowledge, we need to build diverse teams that reflect the communities we support and an inclusive culture of belonging that embraces the potential of our diversity.
We believe in co-creating safe, respectful and collaborative work spaces. We aspire to generate a sense of belonging by understanding each and everyone’s differences, contexts and experiences. Through our actions, we ensure that the staff at the Foundation has a healthy work environment where they can flourish.
We acknowledge diversity as a core value that is essential to fulfilling our mission.
We are an equal opportunity employer and do not tolerate any form of discrimination. This enables us to attract, develop, and retain amazing talent.
We are committed to cherishing our differences, and putting people first. We seek to foster a creative environment that unleashes innovative solutions toward building a more inclusive and equitable hiring and retention process. This commitment starts at the top of our organization and moves through every level of hiring from managers to individual contributors. We strive to ensure excellence in our work by building this path together.
We have released two Diversity and Inclusion Reports (2018, 2019) to hold ourselves accountable for our actions towards creating a more diverse and inclusive workplace. This practice helps us to make visible not only our progress, but also the areas where we know we should and will improve.
Equal Employment Opportunity Statement
As an equal opportunity employer, the Wikimedia Foundation values having a diverse workforce and continuously strives to maintain an inclusive and equitable workplace. We encourage people with a diverse range of backgrounds to apply. We do not discriminate against any person based upon their race, traits historically associated with race, religion, color, national origin, sex, pregnancy or related medical conditions, parental status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, genetic information, or any other legally protected characteristics.
If you are a qualified applicant requiring assistance or an accommodation to complete any step of the application process due to a disability, you may contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or +1 (415) 839-6885.
United States Benefits and Perks
Health Care Benefits
Fully paid medical, dental, and vision insurance premiums for employees and their eligible families.
New Parent Leave
We provide a total of 16 weeks of paid new parent leave, plus an additional 8 weeks of paid pregnancy leave.
Wellness Reimbursement Program
We provide $450 per quarter up to $1,800.00 a year for reimbursement for staff wellness expenses, such as gym fees, educational expenses, and more!
Professional Development Program
We offer reimbursement of conferences, college/university classes, online programs, and books related to work that supports the Wikimedia Foundation.
401(k) Retirement Plan
401(k) retirement plan with matched contributions up to 4% of annual salary.
Generous paid time off policy which includes: vacation days, holidays, sick leave, and volunteer days.
Pre-tax Savings Plans
For health care, child care, elder care, public transport, and parking expenses. Includes an employer funded HSA option.
Disability & Life Insurance
Long and short term disability, life insurance (2x salary) and an employee assistance program.
Equipment including a laptop, monitor, plus a one-time $600 stipend to cover any additional needs to make sure you have the best work from home experience.
*Please note that for remote roles located outside of the U.S., we defer to our EOR (Employer of Record) to ensure alignment with local labor laws.
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