Would you like to help shape the future of digital rights in Australia? Are you passionate about protecting civil liberties and free speech?
Electronic Frontiers Australia is currently seeking members’ expressions of interest in filling a casual vacancy on the EFA board
Consideration will be given to non-members with the right mix of skills and availability, based upon our organisational needs. Becoming a member of the organisation will be required as part of joining the board.
The EFA board is an operational board. It is critical that you are willing and able to roll up your sleeves and assist to ensure that the operational functions of the organisation are performed.
Key attributes desirable to the board:
Prospective board members will ideally have knowledge and experience with lobbying, knowledge of the digital rights domain, and an affiliation with the digital rights community. Fundraising and volunteer management experience is also desirable.
Board positions are voluntary and unpaid. If successful you will be co-opted to the board until the 2019 Annual General Meeting (usually held in October or November each year).
EFA’s board believes in the strength of having diverse views and participation, and strongly encourages applications from anyone with an interest in digital rights regardless of background. We are committed to provide a supportive environment for anyone with an interest in this area.
Has this piqued your interest? Email us at [email protected] by Sunday 14 April with your brief (up to 200 words) expression of interest covering the following areas::
- What you believe you can bring to the team
- An estimate of how much time you can commit to board work
- What you would like to get out of being involved.
- If you have experience in the following areas, a short description or indication of months/years of that experience:
- Board experience
- Industry/domain knowledge
- Community involvement and participation
- Fundraising and membership management
- Volunteer and people management
If you have questions, please email [email protected]