The Office of the eSafety Commissioner (the Office) is committed to helping all Australians have safe, positive experiences online.
We provide online safety education for Australian children and young people, and complaints services for young Australians who experience serious cyberbullying, and for Australians who wish to report illegal online content.
Our remit has recently expanded to include providing support and resources to victims of image-based abuse (so-called 'revenge porn'), older Australians and women experiencing technology-facilitated abuse.
Our stakeholders include law enforcement agencies (LEAs), educators, parents, students, not-for-profit organisations and various other groups across Australia and internationally.
We're seeking volunteers with requisite skills to join a small dynamic team to participate in a pilot—the eSafety Summer Volunteer Project. Successful candidates will join the project to help produce informative, engaging video content targeted at LEA stakeholders, raising awareness of the eSafety Office's functions in supporting the law enforcement community.
To join the project, you will have skills or experience in some (or all) of the following:
Successful candidates will be:
The eSafety Summer Volunteer Project offers successful candidates the opportunity to participate in an unpaid, short term video production project.
In exchange for your time and skills, you will receive meaningful, relevant experience to complement your studies. You will also receive mentoring in project management and work closely with our dynamic marketing and communications team.
Upon completion of the project, you will also receive a letter of reference from the eSafety Office.
To apply, send a brief portfolio/example of work and CV to Filming@eSafety.gov.au or call 02 6219 5341 for more information.