We’re currently hiring for two important roles at Access Now! On our Tech team, we’re looking to hire a Systems Administrator, and on our Policy team, we’re seeking a Sub Saharan African Policy Analyst. Both roles will enhance our capacity to advance digital rights and human rights across the globe. We hope you, or someone you know, is the right fit.
Here’s a little about who we are and what we do.
Who we are
Access Now is an international human rights organization that defends and extends the digital rights of users at risk around the world. By combining innovative policy, global advocacy, and direct technical support, we fight for open and secure communications for all.
We are currently a team of 40, with local staff in more than 9 locations around the world — Berlin, Brussels, Cordoba, Delhi, London, Manila, New York, San Jose, Tunis, and Washington D.C. We maintain four legally incorporated entities — Belgium, Costa Rica, Tunisia, and the United States — with our Tech, Advocacy, Policy, Granting, and Operations teams distributed across all regions.
Our aim is to empower and influence individuals, decision-makers, and stakeholders across the globe to ensure that the internet remains a platform for the exercise of our fundamental human rights, such as the rights to privacy, free expression, freedom of assembly, and association.
Sound exciting? We hope so!
The Systems Administrator
You can find a complete job description here, but here’s a look at some of the things you’d be doing as a Systems Administrator for Access Now:
- Support our programmatic and strategic work through enhancing Access Now’s technical operations
- Build and maintain tech infrastructure and critical systems — from New York City to New Delhi!
- Work closely with a global team of experts to plan and deliver technical solutions and ensure our staff, infrastructure, and data are secure and available.
The Sub Saharan Africa Policy Analyst
You can find the complete job description here, and below is a snapshot of some of the challenging and exciting duties in this role:
- Develop policy recommendations and strategies that are appropriate for the legal, political, and cultural context of the Sub Saharan region and the digital rights issues users-at-risk face.
- Support and collaborate with a diverse group of organizations and individuals across the region and advance regional community objectives on digital rights
- Coordinate with the Advocacy team on innovative and effective regional advocacy approaches to advance digital rights in Sub Saharan Africa, including helping to design and execute relevant local language campaigns, online and off
Diversity is a priority at Access Now. We encourage women and LGBTQI individuals to apply!
Is this a good opportunity for you, or someone you know?