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Program Manager

Position Summary

The Open Technology Fund is seeking a thoughtful, curious, engaged and self-motivated Program Manager to help shape and drive the Fund’s efforts to increase global internet freedom. The position requires a passion for working with diverse global communities who are addressing internet freedom and human rights problems with technology-backed solution. The Program Manager must have proven experience and knowledge of the global internet freedom ecosystem, with a deep thematic grasp and sense of the challenges and opportunities from either: the perspective of a technology maker; or from the perspective of a person on-the-ground affected by internet freedom repression. They will act as a key leader, sharing knowledge and continually learning, within the team and in the communities OTF is a part of.

The Program Manager’s central work is to bring what they know into application reviews directly shaping our funding decisions, manage a portfolio of supported projects, and other activities to support a robust field of individuals and organizations protecting the free flow of information, free speech, free expression, a free press, and other human rights in repressive societies around the globe. Daily, they will leverage their working knowledge of censorship, circumvention, encryption, digital security, and other relevant technologies, and/or their first-hand or learned on-the-ground experiences to play a key role in shaping and implementing OTF’s internet freedom strategy and ensuring we’re engaging the most substantive levers of change.

The role affords opportunities to build and share substantive knowledge around key strategic and operational topics, to interact across a range of people within OTF and the communities we’re apart of, and to be a primary external facing liaison of OTF with the partners we support and communities we engage. Previous Program Managers have transitioned to Senior Program Managers and Directors. There will be many opportunities to travel and some may be required. The Program Manager reports directly to the Deputy Director of OTF.

We are keen to receive applications from people who consider themselves under-represented in the philanthropy, human rights, internet freedom, security, and/or technology communities - even if they feel they meet only some of the qualifications.

Responsibilities

We do NOT expect applicants to have all the qualifications or responsibilities described below. The position description provides the overall combination needs by our team at this time.

Application Review

  • Participate in regular OTF application reviews calls.
  • Join and contribute to the due diligence review of applicants.
  • Complete formal written reviews of applications as assigned.
  • In turn, lead a general OTF concept note round, performing the necessary triage, and coordination between team members for all the tasks required to reach a final determination for all of a rounds applications.
  • Work collaboratively with other team members to develop, define, and implement improved review workflows.

Portfolio Management

  • Independently manage, monitor and coordinate a portfolio of OTF supported projects, internal initiatives, and fund or fellowship programs.
  • As their primary point of contact, identify and work with new projects to issue contracts, ensure adequate onboarding, refine goals and activities as needed, amend budgets and contracts as needed, perform end-of-project tasks, and respond to any questions they may have.
  • Conduct and oversee any project assessments and compliance; undertaking periodic progress reviews; reviewing and approving payment requests against progress reports, ensuring adherence to contract terms.
  • Archive and communicate the details of a project portfolio through written materials such as project status reports, presentations, and agendas for clear understanding and facilitation by OTF team and the public.
  • Actively shape the planning, development, and implementation of OTF’s internal efforts, proposing new funds or fellowships as the need presents.
  • Identify and lead OTF in developing and producing new processes and standards for portfolio management and community building.
  • Work with the team to improve/hone project monitoring and evaluation methodologies.
  • Promote engagement between supported projects and our engaged communities to review opportunities, challenges and advances and encourage collaboration, learning, exchange and strategic partnerships.

Community Interaction, Discovery, and Growth

  • Attend, represent OTF, and participate at relevant events, code sprints, hack-a-thons, forums, and other convenings relevant worldwide;
  • Continually scan the fields related to internet freedom, follow key development and debates, keep abreast of the academic and popular literature, share key findings and lessons among colleagues and the field.
  • Assist in the planning of, support, and participate at OTF sponsored events.
  • Identify and promote opportunities for team members and projects to be involved in the larger community.
  • Identify and recruit potential internet freedom projects that should apply to OTF,
  • Continually learn new skills and share knowledge to help improve team practices; and
  • Fulfill other duties as discussed and assigned by the OTF Principal Director, Deputy Director and RFA President.

Qualifications

Alignment to the Mission and Culture of OTF

  • Commitment to OTF’s mission and core values of equity, fairness and diversity.
  • Passion for social change with knowledge of philanthropy, and interest in the field of human rights and internet freedom, including nonprofit organizations, entrepreneurship, racial and gender equity, civic engagement, etc.
  • Personal qualities of humility, capacity for self-reflection, and/or a sense of humor.
  • Discretion and ability to handle confidential issues.
  • Action-orientated and entrepreneurial self-starter who can work well independently and in teams.

Education

  • A level of education that when combined with your professional experience will adequately show you have the capability to contribute meaningfully to OTF. Candidates who have relevant academic degrees or certifications are encouraged to apply, but this is a plus - not a requirement.

Experience, related skills and knowledge

We do NOT expect applicants to have all the experience, skills, and knowledge described below. This section contains an illustrative list of the kinds of experience that we will be looking at when evaluating applications.

  • Strong technical understanding of the internet, digital threats faced by victims of human rights abuse and human rights activists and defenders, and digital security tools and tactics that can be used to address those threats.
  • Ability to explain complex technical subjects clearly and respectfully to audiences of specialists in non-technical fields.
  • Experience in censorship, circumvention, security, privacy, and other related technology-centric aspects in the context of targeted and/or vulnerable populations, complex humanitarian crises, human rights defense, armed conflict, or widespread violence.
  • Action-orientated and entrepreneurial self-starter who can work well independently and in teams.
  • A high level of energy and self-motivation with a passion for continuous learning.
  • Ability to simultaneously handle multiple projects effectively and adjust to changing priorities.
  • Strong critical thinking/analytical skills, creativity, and a proven drive for quality.
  • Detail-oriented and organized, experience with project management.
  • Exceptional professionalism, follow-through and people skills.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Excellent ability to work collaboratively and respectfully with others in multicultural teams, across organizational boundaries and multiple time zones, and with team members at all levels. Language skills and field experience a plus.
  • Confidence and enthusiasm when communicating to both external partners and the internal project team in both formal and informal presentations.
  • A flexible and enthusiastic approach to work, including the humility and grace to work effectively with others in a collaborative, fast-paced environment, a “can do” attitude.

Compensation

Salary $50,000 to $100,000 annually commensurate with qualifications and experience. This is a full-time position for employment or contract. OTF seeks exceptional applicants and offers competitive compensation and excellent employer-paid benefits. OTF offers a relocation assistance package and will assist employees in obtaining necessary work authorization, if required.

OTF reserves the right to offer the position at the Junior Program Manager, Program Manager, or Senior Program Manager level.

Location

Washington, DC, USA preferred. Work from home option available for the right applicant.

Deadline

The application will remain open until we’ve found the best candidate, with review rounds approximately every two weeks.

How to Apply

Only applications submitted through https://www.opentech.fund/about/jobs/submit will be considered. Do not send resumes or applications directly. If you are experiencing technical difficulties with your application submission, please email [email protected] Due to the large response, application submissions via email will not be accepted and inquiries regarding the status of applications will go unanswered.

OTF believes that diverse teams are strong teams. Radio Free Asia is an equal opportunity employer committed to workforce diversity, composed of teams with a mix of genders, parents and non-parents, the self-taught, and people of multiple races, nationalities, ages, and socio-economic backgrounds. We encourage candidates of all races, genders, ages, abilities, orientations, ethnicity, and national origins to apply, and welcome those with alternative backgrounds and experiences. Citizens of all nationalities are encouraged to apply.

OTF & RFA

The Open Technology Fund is a program created by Radio Free Asia, a 501(c)3 nonprofit, to support open technologies and communities that increase free expression, circumvent censorship, and obstruct repressive surveillance as a way to promote human rights and open societies. RFA’s mission is to provide accurate and timely news and information to Asian countries whose governments prohibit access to a free press.

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Program Specialist

Position Summary

The Open Technology Fund is seeking a dynamic, creative, and innovative self-starter to serve as a Program Specialist. The position requires a passion for internet freedom and human rights but does not require extensive pre-existing experience. They will hold a variety of responsibilities related to the coordination of programmatic activities, analysis, and research with a primary focus of executing critical processes of OTF’s strategy, including: bottom-lining the application review workflow for those seeking OTF support; conducting portfolio-wide due diligence and compliance; ensuring supported projects and fellows are meeting reporting, compliance, and progress baselines as required; and, provide input into all aspects of OTF’s day-to-day work.

We need someone with a penchant for knowledge sharing and a knack engaging in knowledge systems; who we can rely on to be the most up-to-date on all data within our application system; who can analyze data and create present insights and ensure informed decision-making; and manage up successfully to maximize the effectiveness of others within the OTF team. This is the perfect role for someone who is organized, analytical, enjoys solving problems, and is effective in building strong relationships.

The role affords opportunities to build knowledge and expertise around key organizational systems and topics, to interact across a range of people within the Fund and the communities we’re apart of, and to have direct interaction with the partners we support externally. The Program Specialist reports directly to the Deputy Director of OTF.

We are keen to receive applications from people who consider themselves under-represented in the philanthropy, human rights, internet freedom, security, and/or technology communities - even if they feel they meet only some of the qualifications.

Responsibilities

We do NOT expect applicants to have all the qualifications or responsibilities described below. The position description provides the overall combination of needs by our team at this time.

Application Administration

The Program Specialist, working with the Deputy Director, will complete the following duties to be the most informed liaison for all team members and applicants on the status of any one application and the overall state of the application system and the hundreds of monthly applicants:

  • Perform initial triage and culling of received applications on an ongoing basis as determined by the team.
  • Keep track of individual application states, ensuring they progress through defined workflows.
  • Participate in team review calls, recording discussion notes and tasks.
  • Draft and send out formal submission responses to applicants as determined by the team.
  • Serve as the front-line point of contact for all applicant inquiries.
  • Maintain and keep up-to-date all public facing application guides.
  • Work with other team members to develop and publish new application forms online.
  • Identify application system bugs to be fixed and/or new features developed.

Contract Administration

The Program Specialist, working with the Deputy Director, will complete the following duties to be the most informed liaison for all team members and projects on the status of a contract:

  • Execute proper due diligence and compliance checks of approved applications.
  • Draft all contract agreements and supporting documentation.
  • Ensure all supported partner reporting requirements are met, on time.
  • Review and approve requests for payment.
  • Work with the Deputy Director to oversee and report on the Fund’s budget and expenditures, and coordinate timely and accurate payments with accounts payable.

Research and Evaluation

The Program Specialist, working with the Deputy Director and Principal Director, may be asked to complete the following duties to conduct key research and evaluation to contribute to ever-improving the Fund’s strategic program design and implementation:

  • Conduct research as needed on key topic areas that are aligned with existing or potential program areas.
  • Support the monitoring and reporting on the Fund’s programmatic efforts by tracking program-specific outcomes and broader movement measures.
  • Participate in planning for Fund programs, initiatives and long-term goals.
  • Track best practices in the field, and maintain a breadth of knowledge about current trends, emerging issues, policy interventions and innovations in the Fund’s areas of focus.

Program Support

The Program Specialist may be asked to complete the following duties to support programs in all necessary aspects, including:

  • Support the active programs and initiatives with landscape research, logistics and event support.
  • Program or initiative strategy and execution, internal measurement and evaluation and partner development.
  • Draft issue and event briefing documents to inform Fund stakeholders and program leads when necessary.
  • Contribute in team discussions and brainstorms to help generate innovative program and new ideas.
  • Serve as a liaison between our Compliance and programmatic teams,including providing necessary information for vendor payments and contracts, responding to funding requests and coordinating meetings and events.
  • Fulfill other duties as discussed and assigned by the OTF Principal Director, Deputy Director and RFA President.

Qualifications

Alignment to the Mission and Culture of OTF

  • Commitment to OTF’s mission and core values of equity, fairness and diversity.
  • Passion for social change with knowledge of philanthropy, and interest in the field of human rights and internet freedom, including nonprofit organizations, entrepreneurship, racial and gender equity, civic engagement, etc.
  • Personal qualities of humility, capacity for self-reflection, and/or a sense of humor.
  • Discretion and ability to handle confidential issues.
  • Action-orientated and entrepreneurial self-starter who can work well independently and in teams.

Education

  • A level of education that when combined with your professional experience will adequately show you have the capability to contribute meaningfully to OTF. Candidates who have relevant academic degrees or certifications are encouraged to apply, but this is a plus - not a requirement.

Experience, related skills and knowledge

  • Action-orientated and entrepreneurial self-starter who can work well independently and in teams.
  • Self-motivation with a passion for continuous learning.
  • Ability to simultaneously handle multiple projects effectively and adjust to changing priorities.
  • Strong critical thinking/analytical skills, creativity, and a proven drive for quality.
  • Detail-oriented and organized, experience with project management.
  • Exceptional professionalism, follow-through and people skills.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Excellent ability to work collaboratively and respectfully with others in multicultural teams, across organizational boundaries and multiple time zones, and with team members at all levels. Language skills and field experience a plus.
  • Confidence and enthusiasm when communicating to both external partners and the internal project team in both formal and informal presentations.
  • A flexible and enthusiastic approach to work, including the humility and grace to work effectively with others in a collaborative, fast-paced environment, a “can do” attitude.

Compensation

Salary $40,000 to $80,000 annually commensurate with qualifications and experience. Excellent benefits package. This is a full-time position for employment or contract. OTF seeks exceptional applicants and offers competitive compensation and excellent employer-paid benefits. OTF offers a relocation assistance package and may assist in obtaining necessary work authorization, as needed.

OTF reserves the right to offer the position at the Junior Program Specialist, Program Specialist, or Senior Program Specialist level.

Location

Washington, DC, USA preferred. Work from home option available for the right applicant.

Deadline

The application will remain open until we’ve found the best candidate, with review rounds approximately every two weeks.

How to Apply

Only applications submitted through https://www.opentech.fund/about/jobs/submit will be considered. Do not send resumes or applications directly. If you are experiencing technical difficulties with your application submission, please email [email protected] Due to the large response, application submissions via email will not be accepted and inquiries regarding the status of applications will go unanswered.

OTF believes that diverse teams are strong teams. Radio Free Asia is an equal opportunity employer committed to workforce diversity, composed of teams with a mix of genders, parents and non-parents, the self-taught, and people of multiple races, nationalities, ages, and socio-economic backgrounds. We encourage candidates of all races, genders, ages, abilities, orientations, ethnicity, and national origins to apply, and welcome those with alternative backgrounds and experiences. Citizens of all nationalities are encouraged to apply.

OTF & RFA

The Open Technology Fund is a program created by Radio Free Asia, a 501(c)3 nonprofit, to support open technologies and communities that increase free expression, circumvent censorship, and obstruct repressive surveillance as a way to promote human rights and open societies. RFA’s mission is to provide accurate and timely news and information to Asian countries whose governments prohibit access to a free press.

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Information Security Technologist

Position Summary

The Open Technology Fund is seeking a thoughtful, curious, engaged and self-motivated Information Security Technologist to ensure OTF makes the best most informed and responsible decisions about the technology we use and support, to oversee our security auditing effort responsible for auditing dozens of critical human rights protecting technologies every year, and overseeing our secure cloud infrastructure efforts. They will be the teams most informed on technical knowledge and capacity in areas relating to targeted government hacking, censorship, surveillance, encryption, data privacy, and/or digital forensics. The Information Security Technologist should have proven experience and knowledge from within the global internet freedom ecosystem, with a deep thematic grasp and sense of the challenges and opportunities from either previous roles as security practitioner a maker of relevant technology. The position requires a passion for working with diverse global communities who are addressing internet freedom and human rights problems with technology-backed solutions. They will act as a key leader, sharing knowledge and continually learning, within the team and in the communities OTF is a part of.

The role affords opportunities to build and share substantive knowledge around key strategic and operational topics, to interact across a range of people within OTF and the communities we’re apart of, and to be a primary external facing liaison of OTF with the partners we support and communities we engage. There will be many opportunities to travel and some may be required. The Information Security Technologist reports directly to OTF’s Deputy Director and will work closely with OTF’s Digital Safety Director.

We are keen to receive applications from people who consider themselves under-represented in the philanthropy, human rights, internet freedom, security, and/or technology communities - even if they feel they meet only some of the qualifications.

Responsibilities

We do NOT expect applicants to have all the qualifications or responsibilities described below. The position description provides the overall combination of needs by our team at this time.

Oversee the security services we offer externally

  • Lead the effort to provide 3rd party security audits to all OTF projects and other internet freedom technologies, including: triage of audit requests, contract oversight 3rd party firms, participate in scoping and review of audits, ensure responsible disclosure of found vulnerabilities, and provide regular public updates on key findings.
  • Lead the effort to grow alternative secure cloud infrastructure, by: working with partners to identify how to advance the service offering, contract oversight for the partners we support, identifying and engaging other partners, and provide regular public updates.

Be the team member most focused on security

Conduct initial security and privacy evaluations, and ongoing vulnerability monitoring of OTF systems and practices, formal and informal third-party software tools, and consumer-technology of interest to OTF.

  • Work closely with our software development team and those creating new initiatives to ensure OTF’s use of technology and data respond to the ethical, legal, social, and privacy-related challenges that come from using technology and data in human rights work, proposing and testing changes as needed.
  • Support the design, strategy, and implementation of OTF security monitoring practices; Produce and distribute information security alerts, warnings, and announcements to team and define new features for the systems we maintain as needed.
  • Under supervision and/or coordination with the Digital Safety Director: develop, document, and provide guidance on security controls that are appropriate for the risks OTF team members face, being supportive of the unique requirements of their work.
  • Assist in the implementation and operation of the technical systems that maintain sensitive data OTF relies upon.
  • Under supervision of the Digital Safety Director: promote a risk-aware culture within OTF by conducting information security trainings and awareness raising activities with our team as a group and individually.
  • Serve as OTF’s foremost resource for technical knowledge and assistance within the team in all areas relating to targeted government hacking, censorship, surveillance, encryption, data privacy, and digital forensics. This can include evaluation and review of technical feasibility of funding applications, understanding of technical research, and other needs as they arise.
  • Identify, prioritize, investigate, classify, and remediate cyber security incidents including collecting evidence and reverse engineering possibly malicious files.

Engage our community, discover new things, and grow

  • Attend, represent OTF, and participate at relevant events, code sprints, hack-a-thons, forums, and other convenings relevant worldwide;
  • Continually scan the fields related to internet freedom, follow key developments, technologies, and debates, and share key findings or lessons among colleagues and the field.
  • Keep abreast of relevant literature, from press to academic research that affects internet freedom.
  • Participate within community discussions both on the platforms we maintain and those our communities engage.
  • Identify and recruit potential internet freedom projects that should apply to OTF.
  • Actively participate in OTF application reviews, completing formal reviews, joining review calls, and conducting in-depth technical analysis as needed.
  • Identify and promote opportunities for team members and projects to be involved in the larger community.
  • Continually learn new skills and share knowledge to help improve and advance team practices.
  • Fulfill other duties as discussed and assigned by the OTF Principal Director, Deputy Director and RFA President.

Qualifications

Alignment to the Mission and Culture of OTF

  • Commitment to OTF’s mission and core values of equity, fairness and diversity.
  • Passion for social change with knowledge of philanthropy, and interest in the field of human rights and internet freedom, including nonprofit organizations, entrepreneurship, racial and gender equity, civic engagement, etc.
  • Personal qualities of humility, capacity for self-reflection, and/or a sense of humor.
  • Discretion and ability to handle confidential issues.
  • Action-orientated and entrepreneurial self-starter who can work well independently and in teams.

Education

  • A level of education that when combined with your professional experience will adequately show you have the capability to contribute meaningfully to OTF. Candidates who have relevant academic degrees or certifications are encouraged to apply, but this is a plus - not a requirement.

Experience

We do NOT expect applicants to have all the experience, skills, and knowledge described below. This section contains an illustrative list of the kinds of experience that we will be looking at when evaluating applications.

  • Strong technical understanding of the internet, digital threats faced by victims of human rights abuse and human rights activists and defenders, and digital security tools and tactics that can be used to address those threats.
  • Ability to explain complex technical subjects clearly and respectfully to audiences of specialists in non-technical fields.
  • Experience in censorship, circumvention, security, privacy, and other related technology-centric aspects in the context of targeted and/or vulnerable populations, complex humanitarian crises, human rights defense, armed conflict, or widespread violence.
  • Experience with threat management and incident response including direct command of incidents, prioritization of findings, evidence collection, developing remediation strategies, and measuring those strategies.
  • Experience with information security risk management practices, including threat modeling, risk assessment, and/or digital security evaluations of tools, platforms, or workflows.
  • Experience deploying and configuring security systems, including firewalls, intrusion detection/prevention systems, content filtering, log management, endpoints, and alerting.
  • Experience in software and malware reverse engineering, including reversing mobile applications and mobile malware; detecting and reversing document based malware; reversing packed and obfuscated code; and using static and dynamic analysis tools, disassemblers, and/or debuggers.
  • Experience conducting technical investigations, including open-source intelligence investigations; finding, extracting, and manipulating structured and unstructured data sets; digital security and/or privacy evaluation of software; conducting network/censorship measurement; and/or tracking and linking cyber threat and/or malware campaign activity.

Related Skills and Knowledge

  • Self-motivation with a passion for continuous learning.
  • Ability to simultaneously handle multiple projects effectively and adjust to changing priorities.
  • Strong critical thinking/analytical skills, creativity, and a proven drive for quality.
  • Detail-oriented and organized, experience with project management.
  • Exceptional professionalism, follow-through and people skills.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Excellent ability to work collaboratively and respectfully with others in multicultural teams, across organizational boundaries and multiple time zones, and with team members at all levels. Language skills and field experience a plus.
  • Confidence and enthusiasm when communicating to both external partners and the internal project team in both formal and informal presentations.
  • A flexible and enthusiastic approach to work, including the humility and grace to work effectively with others in a collaborative, fast-paced environment, a “can do” attitude.

Compensation

Salary $50,000 to $110,000 annually commensurate with qualifications and experience. Excellent benefits package. This is a full-time position for employment or contract. OTF seeks exceptional applicants and offers competitive compensation and excellent employer-paid benefits. OTF offers a relocation assistance package and will assist employees in obtaining necessary work authorization, as required.

OTF reserves the right to offer the position at the Junior Information Security Technologist, Information Security Technologist, or Senior Information Security Technologist level.

Location

Washington, DC, USA preferred. Work from home option available for the right applicant.

Deadline

The application will remain open until we’ve found the best candidate, with review rounds approximately every two weeks.

How to Apply

Only applications submitted through https://www.opentech.fund/about/jobs/submit will be considered. Do not send resumes or applications directly. If you are experiencing technical difficulties with your application submission, please email [email protected] Due to the large response, application submissions via email will not be accepted and inquiries regarding the status of applications will go unanswered.

OTF believes that diverse teams are strong teams. Radio Free Asia is an equal opportunity employer committed to workforce diversity, composed of teams with a mix of genders, parents and non-parents, the self-taught, and people of multiple races, nationalities, ages, and socio-economic backgrounds. We encourage candidates of all races, genders, ages, abilities, orientations, ethnicity, and national origins to apply, and welcome those with alternative backgrounds and experiences. Citizens of all nationalities are encouraged to apply.

OTF & RFA

The Open Technology Fund is a program created by Radio Free Asia, a 501(c)3 nonprofit, to support open technologies and communities that increase free expression, circumvent censorship, and obstruct repressive surveillance as a way to promote human rights and open societies. RFA’s mission is to provide accurate and timely news and information to Asian countries whose governments prohibit access to a free press.

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Working at the Open Technology Fund

The Open Technology Fund is a project of Radio Free Asia, a 501(c)(3) public charity that believes everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression online. OTF is committed to attracting, developing and retaining exceptional people, and to creating a work environment that is dynamic, rewarding and enables each of us to realize our potential. OTF’s work environment is safe and open to all employees and partners, respecting the full spectrum of races, ethnicities, national origins, ages, sexual orientations, gender identities, beliefs, religions, faiths and ideologies, cultures, socio-economic backgrounds and levels of physical ability.

Within OTF, We strive to maintain an empowered robust team, with collective knowledge, leveraging social capital allowing it to survive the absence or loss of key individuals. We seek individuals who work well on teams as well as those self-sufficient without a leader, capable of cross-monitoring performance, and meet unexpected challenges. We invest time in the development of small, cross-trained teams and individuals who have the ability to maintain capabilities that could otherwise be lost. Everyone is encouraged to and given flexibility to take on multiple roles and various responsibilities. As such, no one title is able to fully describe what an individual contributes to the OTF team.

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