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eQualit.ie is seeking an enthusiastic person as project manager at our small but growing organization. This is a relatively fast-paced environment with a strong sense of individual contribution and close-knit project teams. We expect you to grow into the role but also to make it your own. We are open to different approaches and perspectives.
We are seeking a replacement for our outgoing Technical Projects Coordinator. We’re looking for someone who shares our enthusiasm for defending and promoting human rights, with an interest in developing solutions that protect people from indiscriminate Internet surveillance and various forms of online censorship. Your primary role will be to coordinate technical development and service provision on the Deflect and CENO projects.
Main duties and responsibilities
This role may change as the needs of the business evolve therefore employees may be required to perform tasks or assume responsibilities other than those listed in this job description.
Your knowledge, experience and skills should include (in descending order of importance):
We’d like you to have
eQualit.ie is a small company run on not-for-profit principles. Our goal and motivation is to promote and protect human rights in the digital age. We solve complex technical problems for improving digital defences, introducing privacy to online activity, enabling freedom of expression and association.
Our staff receive contributions to private health care, contributions to renting co-working spaces and follow a 35-hour week. eQualitie invests in continual education and supports our staff efforts in promoting civil activism through the use of digital technology.
How to apply
Please send your resume and a cover letter explaining how your experience and motivation match our requirements.
eQualit.ie welcomes applicants from all backgrounds. We are a remote-first company and offer flexible working arrangements. We are keen to hear from people who consider themselves under-represented in the software, technology or FLOSS communities – even if they feel they meet only some of our needs. You can read more about our principles here: https://equalit.ie/equalit-ie-manifesto