Do you want to help defend civil liberties around the world? Are you an expert in copyright, intermediary liability, and European lawmaking? A rare opportunity to help guide EFF in those arenas is now available—we're hiring an International Policy Director.
EFF weighs in when international lawmaking has a huge potential impact on the Internet for everyone. That’s why we banded with organizations around the world to stop the Trans-Pacific Partnership, whose copyright and anti-hacking measures would have changed the global Internet for the worse. It’s also why we fought to stop Article 13 in Europe, which now threatens to usher in a new era of a more highly filtered web. The policy fights that will change the Internet for everyone frequently happen in international forums.
The International Policy Director will act as a bridge between EFF's legal strategy and our international policy work. You don’t have to be a lawyer to apply, but lawyers are highly encouraged. The Director will work closely with others across EFF and lead a small team of senior policy experts, so communication skills and management experience are essential.
If you think you might be the right person for the role, please apply. Otherwise, please forward the listing on to your appropriate contacts.