CDT’s technologists shape important public policy conversations at the intersection of civil liberties, security, privacy, and technology. A typical day may include everything from researching and writing papers or analysis, to public speaking opportunities, to private meetings amongst or across stakeholder communities. The role offers autonomy, opportunity to directly impact critical issues of our day, and professional development within a supportive environment. The Senior Technologist for Elections & Democracy will interact on a regular basis with CDT’s experts as well as the public interest groups, government officials, academics, companies, and other stakeholders with whom CDT engages. This position will be based in CDT’s Washington, DC office and offer opportunities to travel.
Skills and responsibilities
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- Salary: , Salary is commensurate with experience and is competitive with public interest and government pay scales.