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Are you interested in joining a small, independent agency whose work touches the lives of every American citizen? The U.S. Election Assistance Commission (EAC) is dedicated to improving the electoral process to ensure that all eligible citizens have the right to vote and have their votes counted accurately. Every EAC employee is proud to be a part of a team that works together to assure that every vote counts. Come, join us! 

Election Technology Specialist

The Election Technology Specialist may serve as a Project Manager for test campaigns, as an Auditor for Quality Management Systems and Quality Assurance audits as well as a liaison for general election technology issues. As the Project Manager, incumbent is responsible for the management of many independent projects, such as a voting system test application, manufacturer registration, or voting system test laboratory application. The incumbent will also assist in the development and review of new or updated Voluntary Voting System Guidelines. The incumbent may be trained for the capacity to act as a lead auditor for quality management systems and quality assurance audits to international, technical, and industry standards.

The incumbent is expected to have an in-depth knowledge of election technology policies, practices, and processes in order to facilitate communication amongst all stakeholders, including security experts, election officials, academics, politicians, general public, etc. The incumbent must be adaptable to ever changing technologies in order to improve the process and programs of the Testing and Certification Division. The incumbent should also be proficient in the security risks and threat profiles applicable to election technologies.




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EAC does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, marital status or political affiliation.

About U.S. EAC