According to Wikipedia, “chief
” might refer to the head of a family or clan, a 2011 album from Eric Church, or the highest-ranking corporate officer of an organization.
It also explains that “communications
” can denote a form of military activity, a Japanese company, or a general concept of information transmission.
” could imply a location in Australia, a class or rank within certain chivalric orders and orders of merit, or a person who has a position of authority in a hierarchical organization.
The nonprofit operator of the online encyclopedia and its sister properties, Wikimedia Foundation
(WMF), is combining each of the latter descriptors, having announced its international search for a replacement chief communications officer
(CCO) after Jay Walsh recently stepped down
from his role as the department head.
Designated as “a unique job
,” the new CCO must share WMF’s vision and values while managing its communications across numerous projects, ensuring a fast and easy flow of information in multiple languages, both internally and externally with the press, readers, donors, and the public.
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