RFC Series Editor
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RFC Series Editor
Publishing Internet Standards for the World

The Internet Engineering Task Force (www.ietf.org) seeks a part-time editor to assume overall responsibility for the quality, continuity, and evolution of the Request for Comments (RFC) Series, the Internet's seminal technical standards and publications series. The IETF is an international standards organization engaged in the development of new specifications for the Internet's infrastructure. The mission of the IETF is to make the Internet work better by producing high quality, relevant technical documents that influence the way people design, use, and manage the Internet and its protocols. The RFC Series Editor has both operational and policy development responsibilities, including the editorial management of the RFC Series and the development of policies for editing, publishing, archiving, and accessing RFCs. Editorial management includes supervising the RFC Production Center and the RFC Publisher contractors, which review, prepare and publish RFC Series documents. For a detailed job description please see (http://www.rfc-editor.org/rse/RSE-Position-Description.html). Qualifications include a BA degree or equivalent experience; experience managing a matrixed, multi-vendor operation; significant editorial and publishing experience desired; and familiarity with a wide range of Internet technologies and terminology. Requires excellent communication skills in English. Averages approximately 20 hours/week; requires international travel. Send resume, salary requirements, and references in strict confidence to rse-search@iab.org.

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