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Inviting applications for an Open Source Community Manager role



In its endeavoring journey, MOSIP is in need of a passionate, hands-on and result-oriented community manager who could see the future, create, drive and sustain a vibrant open source community ecosystem with people consisting of developers, testers, system integrators, documentation folks, academicians, ID professionals, Identity and  biometric experts, government officials around the world.   

What will you do as a community manager?

As a community manager, you would be part of the MOSIP core program unit consisting of a group of highly competent people solving challenging problems around Digital Identity working with  open source community. Your key responsibilities would be 

  • Community Evangelization and growth - Create, evangelize and drive MOSIP open source community.   Also, identify and create innovative mechanisms to attract, induct and retain community members 
  • Community Process - Create open source community processes that would help in successful collaboration among the members
  • MOSIP Releases - Work with the MOSIP Core Program Unit in driving the community releases 
  • Community Collaboration and Outreach - Integrate and collaborate with people in academia, industry, R&D and Governments around the world.


  1. Excellent communication skills, a degree in Computer Science OR a related field with 5+ years of technical experience in coding, testing, building / delivering systems

  2. Experience in working in medium to large open source projects as a contributor is an added advantage.

  3. Should be passionate about open source software, developer communities and collaboration in general

  4. Should be demonstrably hands on with Git, and Github toolings

  5. Should have a good understanding of SDLC, cloud infra, release management and some exposure to project planning

  6. Should be hands on technical in a scripting language (bash / python). Knowledge of Java is a huge plus.

  7. Knowledge of digital Identity infrastructure, related debates and controversies would be an added advantage

  8. Should be willing to travel extensively for community outreach activities.


If you find this interesting and want to be part of this project, we request you to send your CV with a short write up (not exceeding 200 words) about you to