The Family Online Safety Institute seeks a full-time International Policy Manager to conduct research and analysis on European legislation, regulations, policy, and emerging issues and trends in Internet safety and privacy issues. Direct strategies for European Policy issues (analyze bills and proposals issued by European commission and parliament, the French, and the U.K. government), and direct outreach pertaining to online safety and internet privacy issues in light of the U.S. policies. Provide policy review and prepare reports for the organization's publication. Manage content development, drafting, and presentation of consultation responses for the European Commission and Parliament. Represent FOSI's policy work to the Board of Directors. Monitor international industry trends and legal issues, and provide in-depth oral and written reports and external presentations on FOSI's global work. Perform legal analysis of proposed and current legislations, regulations, and rulemakings regarding online safety and privacy in the U.S., U.K., and EU. Assist with FCC and FTC filings in the U.S. Domestic and International travel required minimum of 4 times per year to attend meetings and conferences.
Requirements: JD or foreign equivalent. One year experience in research and analysis on Internet safety, privacy issues, and governance. Extensive knowledge of internet regulation and policy issues focused on countries within the EU and the U.S. Strong research and analytical skills. Excellent writing skills. Good oral presentation and interpersonal skills. Proficiency in LexisNexis, Westlaw, Lawtel, and THOMAS - to retrieve legislative information from the Library of Congress.
To apply, email cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Family Online Safety Institute, 400 7th Street, NW, Suite 506, Washington, DC 20004.
The Family Online Safety Institute (FOSI) is seeking a Program Coordinator. This person would work full-time in the FOSI Washington, DC office helping with FOSI’s new Good Digital Parenting (GDP) program.
FOSI’s Good Digital Parenting program empowers parents to confidently navigate the online world with their kids. It does this by offering a safe and friendly place for parents to learn about technology and how to raise good digital citizens. GDP consists of a very active blog, a video library, a toolkit with many downloadable materials, resource guides, texting and email outreach to parents and more. Social media is a big part of FOSI’s efforts to promote GDP, as well as other parts of FOSI, such as policy, research, and events.