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[liberationtech] Fwd: Executive Director, Tor Project

Ilya Mouzykantskii ibm at stanford.edu
Fri Jul 10 17:00:47 PDT 2015


One of the most important jobs in the post-Snowden tech world.

Forward widely!

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Rob Reich <reich at stanford.edu>
Date: Fri, Jul 10, 2015 at 11:11 AM
Subject: Executive Director, Tor Project
To: interestingjobs at lists.stanford.edu


Hello all,

The Tor Project aims to guarantee privacy and open communications online.
Their signature product is the Tor Browser.

https://www.torproject.org

Please share this announcement widely.

Rob




http://www.fossjobs.net/job/6669/executive-director-at-torproject-inc/

The Situation

The Tor Project, one of the world’s strongest advocates for privacy and
anonymous, open communications is currently seeking an experienced
Executive Director to take the helm. The new Executive Director will
spearhead key initiatives to make the organization even more robust in
its fight to advance human rights and freedoms by creating and deploying
anonymity and privacy technologies, advancing their scientific and
popular understanding, and encouraging their use.

The Position

The position provides the high-profile opportunity to assume the voice
and face of Tor to the world, and particularly to the global community
of Internet organizations dedicated to maintaining a stable, secure and
private Internet. In this position, the successful candidate will be
able to exercise their deep leadership experience to manage a virtual
team of culturally diverse volunteer developers. The candidate will have
the opportunity to draw support from their stature in the wider
community of Internet privacy foundations and activist organizations to
advance external development initiatives

The Organization

Founded in 2006, this 501(c)(3) research NGO, provides free software
that enables anonymous Internet communication world-wide. Tor?s mission
is to return control over Internet security and privacy to users. Tor?s
members, users, and sponsors include governmental and nongovernmental
organizations, the US Navy, Indymedia, Electronic Frontier Foundation,
journalists and media organizations, corporations and law enforcement
organizations.

The Tor Project received the Free Software Foundation's 2010 Award for
Projects of Social Benefit.

The Ideal Candidate

The ideal candidate will dive head first into the activities of advocacy
for the Internet privacy movement. They will enjoy exercising their
strong network of connections in fundraising efforts. They will take
satisfaction in establishing a highly collaborative and productive
culture in a volunteer-driven, virtual organization and will appreciate
the opportunity to build consensus among diverse cultural groups as they
all work toward the common mission and goal. The successful candidate
will have a passion for the ideals behind Internet privacy and welcome
the opportunity to make strides for the cause to establish anonymous
Internet communications.

The Opportunity

The successful candidate will welcome the opportunity to create an
organizational culture that creates conditions and infrastructures vital
for Tor?s continued success and relevance to the cause. This is a chance
to be known for leadership agility at the helm of an organization
forefront in the drive to enable free, private, non-censored Internet
communication for citizens everywhere.

The Compensation

As leader of the Tor team, the successful candidate receives a highly
competitive compensation package.

If you know someone who might be interested, please call, or ask them to
call.

Judy Tabak
The Wentworth Company
479 West Sixth Street, San Pedro, CA 90731
(310) 732-2321
JudyTabak at wentco.com
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