Help us achieve our mission to make research outputs easier to find, cite, link, and assess. We’re a small but mighty group working with 13735 members from 120 countries, and we have thousands of tools and services relying on our metadata. We take our work seriously but usually not ourselves. We have offices in Oxford, UK, and Lynnfield, MA, USA, but actively seek remote/home-based people too.
Please contact Lindsay Russell, our HR Manager, with any questions.
Come and work with us as our Director of Finance & Operations. It’ll be fun! Location: Flexible - Crossref has members globally and offices in Oxford, UK and Lynnfield, MA, USA but being office-based is not necessary. Reports to: Ed Pentz, Executive Director Salary and benefits: Competitive Applications for this position will close on 9 August 2019. In a nutshell Crossref faces an exciting future as we grow further internationally beyond our existing 120 countries and our staff becomes increasingly distributed.
Applications for this position are closed as of 2019-04-15 Come and work with us as our Member Support Specialist. It’ll be fun! Are you a customer support specialist looking to expand your technical skills? Maybe you’re an editorial assistant keen to improve scholarly communications? Location: Flexible. Either office-based (Lynnfield, MA or Oxford, UK) or remote/home-based in North America or Europe Reports to: Amanda Bartell, Head of Member Experience Salary and benefits: Competitive About the role This role is focused on Similarity Check, one of our key services which helps our members promote editorial integrity.
Do you want to make scholarly communications better? Are you a customer support specialist or editorial assistant who’s keen to have more in-depth conversations with publishers across the globe? About Crossref Crossref makes research outputs easy to find, cite, link, and assess. We’re a not-for-profit membership organization that exists to make scholarly communications better. We rally the community; tag and share metadata; run an open infrastructure; play with technology; and make tools and services—all to help put scholarly content in context.