Do you think the internet is a better place when everyone can browse the same internet regardless of where they’re located? Or maybe that it’s a little creepy that widespread tracking and surveillance have become the de facto standard on the internet?
Founded in 2011, TunnelBear is a small team of startup veterans from companies like Microsoft, Wave Accounting and Fixmo. We think that digital privacy is important and geographic access restrictions make the internet a worse place. Our highly accoladed applications make regular appearances on Lifehacker, PC world, TNW and New York Times for helping average users avoid access restrictions and browse privately. Over the last couple years we’ve bootstrapped TunnelBear into a rapidly growing and profitable little company.
In 2014, TunnelBear is gearing up to take on our biggest challenge. We want to bring our form of private browsing to every computer and mobile device in the world. This won’t be easy, we are going to have to outsmart everyone from Facebook, Google, dodgy advertisers and maybe the occasional corrupt government. We need a world-class intern who has the chops to help us push back on the de facto standard for privacy on the internet.
We are looking for a brilliant generalist who shares our passion for mauling internet access-restriction, digital privacy, and giant digital bear humour.
To apply, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
TunnelBear welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.