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The Red Hat Software Engineering team is looking for a Senior Program Manager to join our program management team. In this role, you will be an integral part of a community responsible for planning, developing, testing, and releasing community Linux distribution, Fedora Project. You will work with geographically dispersed teams focusing on different projects, and coordinate their project deliverables and schedules. You will also develop and nurture relationships with key stakeholders of Fedora community (e.g. Fedora Council or Fedora Engineering Steering Committee) and key stakeholders responsible for Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). This role is key to bridging community based distribution and our enterprise offering based on Fedora. This is great opportunity for both existing Fedora Community members and for experienced program managers looking at gaining experience in community focused on free and open source software. Find out more here.
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