Organizational background

Packet Clearing House is an intergovernmental treaty organization which was established thirty years ago, at the time of the privatization of the Internet, to support those portions of the Internet critical infrastructure for which for-profit business models are not prevalent: the core of the domain name system, the Internet exchange points from which bandwidth flows, the regulatory and policy environment which governs the Internet's operation, and cybersecurity coordination to ensure its defense. PCH is supported by dozens of governments and hundreds of Internet companies, principally through in-kind donations of equipment, space, power, fiber, and labor, which we utilize to provide and support critical Internet infrastructure and services. We provide services to both the Internet operations industry and governments, and we have ongoing operations in more than 160 countries, all provided on a noncommercial basis.

If you are interested in a position, please email your resume to hr@pch.net with the position's title in the subject line. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Thank you for your interest!

There are no open positions at this time.