Blätter-Navigation

Offre 104 sur 469 du 11/07/2024, 15:46

logo

interface – Tech analysis and policy ideas for Europe e.V.

interface is a European think tank specializing in digital technologies, politics and society. Our aim is to provide policy makers with expertise and ideas - free from commercial interests or party politics.

interface is looking for a student assistant from September in the programme "Cybersecurity Policy and Resilience" (m/f/d)

Working field:

As part of its Cybersecurity Policy and Resilience programme, interface works on German Cybersecurity Policy, the Transatlantic Cybersecurity Policy, European Cybersecurity Policy, as well as Cyber Diplomacy and Cyber Foreign Policy. In the area of German cybersecurity policy, interface pursues the overarching goal of supporting policymakers in making empirically based, better policies. In the context of European cybersecurity policy, interface covers EU cyber diplomacy, maps relevant EU legislation, policies and actors in the field of EU cybersecurity policy, and analyzes how their effective implementation and application can be facilitated. In our work on transatlantic cybersecurity policy, we bring together experts from both sides of the Atlantic across sector boundaries to discuss current policy developments in cybersecurity policy in working groups and to develop respective recommendations in the framework of the Transatlantic Cyber Forum (TCF). In the area of cyber diplomacy and cyber foreign policy, we follow and analyze developments in cyber diplomacy fora, particularly the UN Open-ended Working Group on security of and in the use of information and communications technologies (UN OEWG), and examine how their often abstract outcomes, such as the UN cyber norms for responsible state behavior, can be translated into concrete policy actions.

We are looking for a student assistant (12 hours/week) for the Cybersecurity Policy and Resilience programme starting in September 2024.

Your tasks:

  • You support us with research in the field of cybersecurity policy, e.g. country-specific strategies, laws and architecture

  • You support us in the preparation, implementation and follow-up of (virtual) workshops and community events

  • You help with the creation of publications in German and English

  • You support us in setting up and maintaining distribution lists

Requirements:

Your profile:

  • You are currently enrolled at a university or university of applied sciences (remote work possible)

  • You live and work in Germany

  • You are highly committed and a team player, yet work independently and with precision and foresight

  • You are interested in digital and international topics; ideally, you have already dealt with cybersecurity policy-related issues as part of internships or studies

  • You have experience in research and event management through internships or similar

  • You are open to working in a remote team

  • C2 in German and C1 in English are required language skills

What we offer:

  • You get to know the methods and ways of working of an innovative, international operating think tank.

  • Flexible working hours and locations (remote work within Germany is possible).

  • A staff that supports each other, shows consideration, takes a positive culture of mistakes as well as diversity and equality seriously.

  • Opportunities and internal formats for lively exchange in a small, highly motivated team with lots of expertise in technology and politics.

  • A centrally located and easily accessible office space in Berlin at Potsdamer Platz.

  • A salary of 727,- €/month.

  • A monthly mobile office allowance of 20,- €/month.

  • Very flexible, family-friendly working hours.

  • Support from our Diversity Officer for issues relating to gender, diversity and equality.

How to apply:

We welcome applications from people regardless of age, ethnic origin and nationality, gender and gender identity, physical and mental ability, religion and belief, sexual orientation and social background. We also encourage people from ethnic minorities and other groups that are underrepresented in civil society organizations to apply.

The application deadline is July 28th, 2024. Please apply with a short cover letter, a CV and relevant certificates (without application photo, one PDF document) and your possible starting date at https://www.interface-eu.org/jobs. The selection interviews will take place digitally on the 22nd of August in German.

If you have any questions, please contact Elena Roehl at personal@interface-eu.org.