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April

Manager – International Engagement And Capacity Building

Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) - Sydney, NSW

Executive & Strategic Management
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JOB DESCRIPTION

The eSafety Commissioner’s (eSafety) purpose is to help safeguard Australians at risk from online harms and to promote safer, more positive online experiences.

eSafety leads and co-ordinates the online safety efforts across Commonwealth departments, authorities and agencies and engages with key online safety stakeholders. It has a broad remit and a powerful combination of functions: Protection - through our statutory content reporting and removal schemes, Prevention - through research, education and awareness raising, and Proactive and systemic change - as part of our Safety by Design initiative that encourages companies to embed safety protections from inception and throughout the product development lifecycle. This broad remit enables us to address online safety in a multifaceted, holistic and proactive way.

The eSafety Commissioner is an independent statutory office holder supported by staff from the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA). Our employees are engaged under the Australian Public Service Act 1999 and are subject to the terms and conditions of employment in the ACMA's Enterprise Agreement 2017-2020.

We are seeking an experienced and inspirational leader who is adaptable, mature and dedicated to eSafety’s mission of keeping all Australians safer online.

Our ideal candidate will have extensive international experience relating to online safety policy matters and direct experience in international stakeholder engagement and capacity building, particularly in the Indo-Pacific.


You should be interested in shaping complex policies and approaches, are passionate about keeping abreast of national and international initiatives, alliances and research relating to online harms and the governance and regulation of digital environments. You will have excellent verbal and written communication skills, including the confidence to represent and distil complex technical and non-technical matters to a wide range of stakeholders.


The online regulatory environment can be volatile and unpredictable. You will have experience leading teams in uncertain and high-pressure environments and a demonstrated ability to respond in a positive and flexible manner to change and uncertainty. A capacity to show resilience to achieve objectives even when confronted with competing demands, be self-driven and a supportive team-player within a branch or divisional context is important.


You will also have a demonstrated ability to develop strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders, including with domestic and international bodies and networks.


eSafety is the world’s first government agency solely dedicated to tackling online abuse and keeping its citizens safer online.


As global recognition grows for the need to create and develop more responsible technologies – that take a holistic view of consumer welfare and which consider the broader individual and societal impacts that critical technologies can have - safety is rightly being seen the third pillar in the development of cyber and critical technology standards and strategies, sitting alongside security and privacy.


There is increasing global interest in digital regulation and global governance structures for digital technologies, and as such, a priority for eSafety is to ensure that there is alignment of online safety policy and regulation across jurisdictions. The significance of national and international collaboration, multi-stakeholder engagement, and investment in and transparency of technological solutions that seek to address online harms have never been more important.


In this role, you will be responsible for leading a dedicated and highly skilled team that is focused on advancing eSafety’s international strategic priorities, raising international awareness and understanding of eSafety and helping and assisting other nations to develop online safety capabilities. You will act as the central coordinating point on all international matters for eSafety, working closely and seamlessly with the Online Safety Technology and Policy team within the International, Strategy and Futures division – as well as across all divisions and branches within eSafety as a whole.


To be eligible for ongoing employment with the ACMA, applicants must be an Australian citizen. 


REF: 0463LC

Sydney, NSW

Executive & Strategic Management




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