Senior Software Engineer on SecureDrop
October 31, 2018 10:04 AM

Interested in joining a team that makes software that helps public interest journalism?

SecureDrop, originally coded by the late Aaron Swartz (MeFi's own), is an open-source whistleblower submission system that media organizations can install to securely accept documents from anonymous sources. SecureDrop is currently in use at the Washington Post and the Daily Beast and several other newsrooms, and dozens of varied institutions like Center for Public Integrity and police accountability project Lucy Parsons Labs.

The Freedom of the Press Foundation is hiring a fulltime Senior Software Engineer to work on:

development tasks related to the current SecureDrop server and Tails OS workstation code, as well as the next-generation SecureDrop Workstation based on Qubes OS.

If you have 4+ years of experience working with Python, check it out? The job description details futher preferred skills/experience, the kinds of tasks you'd be working on and who you'd be working with, benefits, and application instructions. FotPF has offices in NYC and San Francisco, but this position is open to remote work from anywhere.

Please apply by November 27, 2018.

Non-binary individuals, women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.

(I know multiple people at FPF and they're great.)

payscale: competitive nonprofit salary
job type: full-time
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