For the past three years Mozilla’s role in global Internet policy has grown as the threats to the open Web have also expanded. We are on the front lines on issues like surveillance, digital inclusion, and data privacy. We’ve already had an impact. Mozilla played an important role in stopwatching.us and in last year’s historic net neutrality victory in the U.S.. Every day we think about big questions: How can we tell compelling stories about complex concepts like encryption that help make the issue really real for people? How do we turn some rather technical threats to the web into fun, engaging, and compelling content? How do we create give and take online experiences that make people fall in love with Mozilla?
As a Jr. Visual Designer on the Advocacy Media team, you will play a role in shaping Mozilla’s advocacy voice. Fighting for openness and opportunity for all you will engage with millions of internet users around the globe. You will make the complex, and abstract -- real and tangible. Collaborating with the creative team, you will shape public perception of issues like online privacy, encryption, and net neutrality. You will help make issues that threaten the safety, security, and future of our collective life online life relevant and accessible to broad audiences. Together we will drive political and social change.
Read more and apply here: https://careers.mozilla.org/position/oISv3fwS