Posted June 25
Mozilla is building a better internet.
Mozilla is one of the most trusted brands on the web with a 15-year history of building communities and products that people rely on and use every day.Mozilla’s Global Campaigner will a have big impact on the movement to protect the world’s largest public resource: the free and open Internet. We are living in a tipping point for the web. You can help shape that story.
For the past two years Mozilla’s role in global Internet policy has grown as the threats to the open Web have also expanded. We are on the frontlines on issues like surveillance, encryption, and data privacy. Mozilla played an important role in the net neutrality victory in the U.S. that will influence net neutrality policy for years to come. We also want millions more people to stand up and fight for a free and open Web, so we’re also launching exciting multi-media public outreach campaigns to demystify complex issues like encryption. We’re scaling up, and we need someone who will take our grassroots strategy to a new level.It’s important to know that doing grassroots advocacy at Mozilla is not like doing advocacy at a typical non-profit organization. Mozilla has a unique position from which to influence the Internet policy landscape:
- Mozilla builds products like the Firefox browser that compete in a global marketplace. We proved that you can respect user choice and privacy, compete with big corporate goliaths, and win. We don’t just try to influence corporate behavior, we model that behavior.
- Mozilla builds products and empowers people – both crucial strategies to achieve what was set out in our Manifesto. Our product customer base can be activated for grassroots action, while our grassroots campaigns can turn new audiences on to our products. It’s pretty awesome.
- Mozilla was founded 15 years ago as a nonprofit champion of open source software and we “work open.” Our projects are radically transparent. We share the strategies, tools, and even code behind what we build with pretty much anyone.
- While Mozilla has its own unique approach to movement-building, we work closely with major players like the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Fight for the Future, Ford Foundation, Free Press, Access, and many others. There’s a ton of mutual respect and excitement about what’s possible when we work together in coalition.
Momentum for the open Web movement is stronger than ever. Threats to the open nature of the Internet are looming, real, and already impacting the lives of millions of people every day. In the immediate future we’re going to be working hard on surveillance reform, encryption, copyright, and online privacy. That’s why we’re growing our team now – to build out our online and field strategy.The Global Campaigner reports to the Global Campaign Manager.
We’re looking for someone who can go between campaigning and organizing – from writing winning emails to having 1:1s with volunteers and pulling off great events. If you’re deeply interested in working on our campaigns and have relevant skills and experience, please consider applying even if your background doesn’t perfectly match our ideal credentials. We are committed to diversity and especially encourage members of underrepresented communities to apply. Qualifications (hard skills you should have):
You have at least three years of experience successfully leading campaigns, including: - Building campaign plans and timelines that a diverse team of stakeholders can understand; - Collaborating with policy experts on strategic message craft and writing – e.g. you can help translate “wonk” into public-facing language; - Coordinating a team of creatives and engineers to build campaign microsites, tools, graphics, landing pages, etc; - Leading email advocacy campaign strategy that includes strong calls-to-act; - Facilitating effective cross-functional team meetings in the heat of campaigns; - Rapid response planning and execution. - Working with coalitions around offline events. - You possess a deep understanding of the core best practices of campaigning such as research, planning, organizing, and communications;
The three years of campaign experience could include volunteer experience such as: PTA involvement, Campus organizing, volunteer NGO work, or local campaigns.
- You get fired up about surveillance, privacy, and other threats to the free and open Internet;
- You can leverage current events to focus the public’s attention on pervasive, complex issues.
- You can manage volunteer engagement events, from booking the venue, to creating the plan to executing the event seamlessly.
- You’re a strong facilitator who can shape and change agendas to ensure that meeting objectives are met.
Qualifications (soft skills you should have): - You have managed non-U.S. or global campaigns (e.g. that required localization and culturally-appropriate strategies); - Comfortable working in diverse environments with people who have varying political viewpoints. - You are low-ego and able to build a “win-win strategy” when needed to maintain good internal and external alliances; - You are passionate about what you do and hungry to teach colleagues what you know to help reach our goals faster; - You are comfortable working at a distance / remotely using video, chat, and voice with team members located all over the world; - You thrive on feedback to continually improve and have a greater impact; - Preference given for candidates who are fluent in a language other than English.
What your day to day would look like:
- Work closely with Mozilla policy experts to develop grassroots campaign strategy and come up with compelling digital and offline tactics that move people to take action;
- Serve as campaigner to help shape the plan of campaigns and execute plans, including:
- Develop campaign strategy;
- Create campaign content and tools in partnership with writers, designers, and engineers (with an eye toward creative experimentation);
- Share updates and results with Mozilla community and leadership via blog posts and presentations.
- Help weave our advocacy campaigns into the broader Mozilla brand story;
We’re looking to hire someone in San Francisco or Berlin. We will consider remote working arrangements for the right candidate.
How to Apply
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