Search Hub (Lucene/Solr) Community Manager Lucid Imagination
The SearchHub (Lucene/Solr) Community Manager is a self-motivated individual who will work closely with Engineering and Marketing groups to build and grow a vibrant community on SearchHub.org; and ensure an appreciation and understanding of the community's requirements. This position represents the intersection between the Apache Lucene/Solr community and LucidWorks. The Community Manager will work closely with Product Management, Operations and Engineering to build and grow a thriving Lucene/Solr open source community. This position reports directly to the Chief Marketing Officer for LucidWorks.
Interested candidates should submit their resumes to Marketingcareers@lucidworks.com.
The Community Manager will understand when to actively engage with the community and how to connect disparate groups with compatible goals. Serving as a key member of the marketing team you will define and implement an Open Source Community Plan.
Serve as a Lucene/Solr evangelist and community advocate
Be a focus point for community input
Create, initiate and drive tactics targeting users, evangelists, universities/colleges, open source projects and community influencers
Actively participate in on-line forums and newsgroups
Manage the community website
Establish metrics that track health of the community (i.e.mail list, blogs and social activity)
Track success metrics and report back to LucidWorks Mgmt.
Deliver presentations at external open source events and to internal teams
Manage presence at open source related conferences that generate momentum and engagement
Coordinate community responses with various LucidWorks Project Leads and Committers
Actively assist with Lucene Revolution conference program
Build an innovative set of online and social media marketing programs to connect with Lucene/Solr developers and other technical audiences
Develop developer-facing materials and content for the community website
Intimate knowledge of Lucene/Solr is a must.
International experience (working in or with multi-cultural environments)
Knowledge of the open source community and developers who participate in open source projects is critical
Thorough knowledge of the search software market, open source key players and projects
Knowledge of website CMS and social networking tools
Track record of innovative campaign and programs execution to deliver measurable progress in developer satisfaction and community growth
University level education desirable, or equivalent
Ability to work with independent thinkers who are highly technical and passionate
Capable of networking at all levels within the community
Excellent communication skills ? written and oral
Strong teamwork and inter-personal skills
Strong organizational skills
Self-starter, high energy, with the ability to execute on community objectives
The ability to multi-task, change priorities rapidly and work under pressure
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