Location: San Francisco, CA
Deadline: Oct. 8, 2017
The ACLU of Northern California (ACLU-NC) seeks an experienced and innovative Technology and Civil Liberties Policy Attorney or Technologist who thrives in a collaborative organization and can skillfully handle diverse approaches to a broad privacy, free speech, and technology docket. This position joins our Technology and Civil Liberties team, nationally recognized for its use of cutting-edge legal, policy, and technology strategies, in the San Francisco office and reports to the Technology and Civil Liberties Policy Director for the ACLU of California.
Your job is to defend and promote civil rights and civil liberties in the digital age. You are responsible for implementing multi-disciplinary, proactive projects and responding to immediate threats in the areas of government surveillance, consumer privacy, and free speech on the internet. Working closely with the team, you are responsible for integrating a range of legal and policy strategies into your work that may include, but not limited to, legal, policy, and technical research, litigation, legislative and agency lawyering, legal analysis and civic engagement, coalition development, public education, and strategic communications.
You bring enthusiasm and passion to your work on issues at the intersection of technology and civil liberties. You are a creative thinker who can identify new opportunities to advance the goals of the Technology and Civil Liberties Project. You bring a big picture perspective to all of your work and have experience working on a multi-strategy team. You are a relationship-builder and willing collaborator with demonstrated success developing and maintaining key relationships with community groups and leaders. You excel at time-management and are able to keep a disciplined focus on making progress on your priorities while balancing emerging opportunities. You are thorough while also efficient and always produce top-notch work product that is tailored to Project goals. You have a growth-mindset and always seek to learn and improve the quality of your practice.
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