To further our work here at Mozilla in searching for and acting on ideas beyond the traditional bounds of our organisation, we’re building our Open Innovation team.
This blog post from earlier this year is a great summary of our purpose:
Mozilla’s Open Innovation Team has been formed to help implement a broad set of open and collaborative practices in our products and technologies. The main guiding principle of the team’s efforts is to foster “openness by design”, rather than by default.
I’m excited that we’re growing this team, hiring for two new roles.
Open Source Engagement Engineer – https://careers.mozilla.org/position/gh/906005
We’re looking for a community engineer who has established themselves as a leader in building successful open source software, to help Mozilla get great at open source and to contribute to advancing the state of open source more broadly.
Program Manager, Technical Innovation Crowdsourcing – https://careers.mozilla.org/position/gh/922810
We’re looking for an expert in crowdsourcing for complex technical problems, who is excited about building a brand new, cross-Mozilla program in this area.
I would love to hear from you if you’re interested in either role, or if you know someone who might be. Please reach out directly — I’m email@example.com .