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From: mnemo...@well.sf.ca.us (Mike Godwin)
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	[ In case any of you are interested, or know someone who might
	  be.	-len
	]

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JOB ANNOUNCEMENT


The Electronic Frontier Foundation, Inc.  Executive Director


The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) is conducting a search for an
Executive Director.   This is a full-time position, based in Cambridge,
Massachusetts.  The Executive Director will have overall responsibility
for the operation of the EFF  and will work closely with its five
person Board of Directors.


About the EFF

The Electronic Frontier Foundation, Inc. is an operating foundation
which engages in public education and legal programs to increase
popular understanding of the social opportunities and challenges posed
by developments in computing and telecommunications.  It seeks the
development of  a new cultural and legal consensus in this country
regarding  digital media to benefit the lives of  all people and
preserve and protect the constitutionally guaranteed civil liberties of
its citizens.

Responsibilities

The Executive Director will provide the overall management and
leadership of the EFF's programs and activities, as supported closely
by the EFF's Board.

Specifically, he or she will direct the EFF's public education and
communications programs and will serve as a spokesperson and
coordinator with the news media, other public interest organizations
concerned with the social impact of technology, relevant professional
societies, industry trade associations, government officials, law
enforcement agencies, and other constituencies.

He or she will oversee the ongoing activities of the EFF's staff
counsel and outside attorneys.

The Director will be responsible for  the internal administration of
EFF activities, including budgeting and financial management.

The Director will also be responsible for defining and initiating
activities such as the EFF  membership and fund raising programs.


Skills

An applicant should have relevant experience and accomplishments in
the leadership and management of  public sector and/or entrepreneurial
organizations or activities.  He or she should possess very strong oral
and written communication skills and be both comfortable and proficient
as a user of computer technology.  A strong interest in public policy,
technology, and civil liberties is a must.  The ideal candidate will be
a highly focused and self-motivated individual with an inclusive
personal style.


Compensation is $42,000-$48,000, depending on experience.   A strong
benefits package is included.

To apply, please send a resume and a statement of qualifications to:

Mitchell Kapor, Chairman The Electronic Frontier Foundation, Inc.  155
Second St.  Cambridge, Massachusetts 02141

(617) 864-1550 (617) 864-0866 (fax) mka...@well.sf.ca.us




-- 
Mike Godwin, (617) 864-0665 |"If the doors of perception were cleansed
mnemo...@well.sf.ca.us      | every thing would appear to man as it is,
Electronic Frontier         | infinite."
Foundation                  |                 --Blake

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JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

The Electronic Frontier Foundation, Inc.  Executive Director

The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) is conducting a search for an
Executive Director.   This is a full-time position, based in Cambridge,
Massachusetts.  The Executive Director will have overall responsibility
for the operation of the EFF  and will work closely with its five
person Board of Directors.


About the EFF

The Electronic Frontier Foundation, Inc. is an operating foundation
which engages in public education and legal programs to increase
popular understanding of the social opportunities and challenges posed
by developments in computing and telecommunications.  It seeks the
development of  a new cultural and legal consensus in this country
regarding  digital media to benefit the lives of  all people and
preserve and protect the constitutionally guaranteed civil liberties of
its citizens.

Responsibilities

The Executive Director will provide the overall management and
leadership of the EFF's programs and activities, as supported closely
by the EFF's Board.

Specifically, he or she will direct the EFF's public education and
communications programs and will serve as a spokesperson and
coordinator with the news media, other public interest organizations
concerned with the social impact of technology, relevant professional
societies, industry trade associations, government officials, law
enforcement agencies, and other constituencies.

He or she will oversee the ongoing activities of the EFF's staff
counsel and outside attorneys.

The Director will be responsible for  the internal administration of
EFF activities, including budgeting and financial management.

The Director will also be responsible for defining and initiating
activities such as the EFF  membership and fund raising programs.


Skills

An applicant should have relevant experience and accomplishments in
the leadership and management of  public sector and/or entrepreneurial
organizations or activities.  He or she should possess very strong oral
and written communication skills and be both comfortable and proficient
as a user of computer technology.  A strong interest in public policy,
technology, and civil liberties is a must.  The ideal candidate will be
a highly focused and self-motivated individual with an inclusive
personal style.


Compensation is $42,000-$48,000, depending on experience.   A strong
benefits package is included.

To apply, please send a resume and a statement of qualifications to:

Mitchell Kapor, Chairman The Electronic Frontier Foundation, Inc.  155
Second St.  Cambridge, Massachusetts 02141

(617) 864-1550 (617) 864-0866 (fax) mka...@well.sf.ca.us

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