Opportunity: Technology Policy Researcher

Opportunity: Technology Policy Researcher

UPDATE 3/17/21: We've had great interest in the position and will be revieiwing applications in the next few weeks. We are no longer accepting new applications. Thank you for your interest!

The Program on Democracy and the Internet (PDI) at the Cyber Policy Center and the Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society seeks a contracted Policy Researcher to work with Marietje Schaake, to support her technology policy work. Successful candidates have a deep understanding and experience with technology policy in the EU or the US, or both. They have written policy briefs, research papers, opinion pieces and other relevant policy recommendations. 

The Technology Policy Researcher will work directly with Marietje Schaake, and support her in:

  • Monitoring global technology policy developments 
  • Curation of the weekly Tech Policy Watch newsletter
  • Preparing briefings for public speaking engagements, government briefings and parliamentary testimony
  • Researching and writing policy briefs
  • Organizing workshops to develop new policy solutions
  • Coordinating Research Assistants and their research for writings and other events
  • Liaising with Program Managers and Program Assistants for the organization of conferences and webinars

This role is a contracted position for an initial 6 month term.