Video Editing and Post-Production Specialist
Deadline: December 8, 2020
Location/s: Remote (Asia-Pacific)
Description: EngageMedia is seeking expressions of interest from video editors with comprehensive post-production skills who will work on a range of EngageMedia projects, including (but not limited to) video podcasts, short documentaries with mixed media, and motion graphics editing.
Senior Application Developer
Organisation: Internet Society
Description: The Senior Application Developer will work on web front-end development, database development and data transformation. The successful applicant will contribute to projects that measure and analyze specific aspects of global Internet usage, protocol adoption, and routing security and will do so by developing and supporting the infrastructure of the internal and externally facing tools used by these projects.
Organisation: Global Voices
Description: As a web developer you will work with the GV development team, under the supervision of the Tech Lead, to enhance and maintain the various GV WordPress sites and web applications (https://globalvoices.org). You will be involved in all stages of development, from brainstorming to final testing.
Digital Security Specialist
Organisation: Tactical Tech
Description: We are inviting experienced Digital Security Specialists who have a strong understanding of Human Rights, Freedom of Expression, and Privacy and Technology, to contribute to learning material content in two ways: 1. to assess existing content and provide concrete feedback and 2. to identify missing content and write additional texts where needed.
Digital Rights Research Consultant
Description: EngageMedia is seeking a research consultant to produce a snapshot of digital rights issues, actors, advocacy, and networks in Indonesia. The research seeks to provide a better understanding of the digital rights situation in Indonesia, including the successes and limits of the work done so far. The research will inform EngageMedia’s Indonesia digital rights strategy over the coming years.
Director, Global Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Organisation: Wikimedia Foundation
Description: The position requires both big-picture, strategic thinking as well as operational skills to set targets and mobilize action in all aspects of diversity, equity, and inclusion. The Director is a critical thought partner with internal leadership and a key voice for DEI both within the Foundation, as well as externally, via speaking at public events, program facilitation, and participation in career fairs
Policy Domain Specialist, Misinformation
Description: As a misinformation policy specialist, you’ll research, draft, and implement policies covering all aspects of misinformation and related issues impacting the integrity of conversations on Twitter — from deepfakes and synthetic media, to protecting the integrity of elections and civic processes, to combating false narratives on public health topics.
Project Associate – Research and Communications (Prakriye)
Organisation: IT for Change
Location/s: Mysore, India
Description: We are looking for someone who can shoulder research and documentation responsibilities as well as manage the website, social media handles, campaigns, and outreach work for Prakriye, collaborating and coordinating with other national organisations. The Project Associate will be responsible for the following: Process documentation of field interactions and events; support to ongoing field research and curriculum development for digital media-based learning dialogues; management of photo/video/ digital archives of the organisation; enhancement of web presence (content development for website and social media outreach), and funder reporting, along with senior team members.
Organisation: IT for Change
Location/s: Bangalore, India
Description: We are looking for a full-time Communications Associate to provide strategic guidance to, and play an active role in, the organisation’s external communications activities and internal knowledge processes. We are looking for a candidate who is passionate about digital and data rights and development justice, and will be able to translate organisational research into accessible material for public consumption. The role also entails support for networking and advocacy efforts, and assistance in the production of in-house publications and post-production communications outreach.
Location/s: Hong Kong
Description: The Producer is responsible for delivering outstanding video, documentary, and social content for VICE’s owned and operated platforms (VICE Video, YouTube, Facebook) and social media platforms across the APAC region, making VICE a magnet to young Asian audiences.
Regional Editor (South Asia)
Organisation: Rest of World
Location: Preferred in New Delhi or Bangalore (India) or Dhaka (Bangladesh)
Description: Rest of World is a new international journalism publication that’s focused on exploring the impact of technology beyond the Western bubble. Our goal is to surface and showcase the often surprising and unintended effects of tech in places that get little attention from mainstream news outlets. Rest of World is looking for an energetic, enterprising and experienced regional editor to lead our coverage from South Asia. The ideal candidate will be someone with experience editing feature stories from/in the region, and has a talent for developing sources, in journalism, business and technology space.
Internet Censorship Researchers (Part-time)
Deadline: N/A (Until positions are filled)
Location/s: Remote, but must be able to do research on Hong Kong, Myanmar, Singapore, and/or Vietnam
Description: Netalitica is hiring researchers to investigate Internet censorship in select states in Latin America and Asia. In 2019, we conducted the first phase of a project called “Improving Test Lists of Censored Online Content”. It aims to update Citizen Lab test lists that network measurement tools (e.g. OONI Probe, Centinel) use to uncover Internet censorship in individual countries. If network probes have greatly evolved over the past decade, test lists for many countries have seen little updates. Our project aims to address this problem. Last year, our team updated the lists of 20 key censorship states. This March 2020, we are launching the second phase of the project and we are looking to hire researchers to update the test lists.