At Mozilla our mission is to champion the value of the internet as a global public resource. To realize the Mozilla Manifesto we need global laws, policies, and a public interest agenda in support of (1) our open source products and technologies (2) consumer interests and (3) an open and diverse tech ecosystem. Do you like working on big-picture problems? Join us to influence the future of tech policy!


  • Advance Mozilla's policy positions before UK, EU and national governments, lawmakers, regulators, civil society, academia and press.
  • Partner with internal and external allies on competition, privacy, encryption, data, AI, platform accountability, connectivity, net neutrality, researcher access, and more.
  • Publicly write, speak, and serve as a resource for influencers and policymakers across the government, nonprofit, and private sectors.
  • Collaborate with colleagues in the Mozilla Foundation, including the Advocacy team, on campaigns surrounding Internet Health issues.
  • Represent Mozilla externally in publications, media, events, and regulatory settings.

Minimum qualifications:

  • A minimum of 5-7 years experience working in public policy and government relations.
  • In-house experience at a multinational company.
  • Substantial experience working with a wide range of policymaking and regulatory bodies.
  • High fluency in internet policy and digital technology.
  • Experience understanding and articulating the impact of technology on individuals and communities worldwide and driving effective solutions.
  • Relevant pan-European experience across cultures, languages, histories, and perspectives


  • Proficiency in Google Suite, Slack and Zoom
  • Proficiency in 2+ languages
  • Regional public policy experience beyond EU, UK and USA

Group: C


Req ID: R1960

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