Opportunities with the Democracy Program

The Carter Center’s Democracy Program regularly recruits volunteers and consultants to fill a variety of posts, such as observers on an international election observation mission, an evaluation specialist to analyze the program’s impact, or a field office director overseeing the direct implementation of a project.  Our needs change often, so please join our recruitment mailing list through the link below, or check this page frequently to see if new positions are posted.

Join our Recruitment Mailing List

To receive all recruitment notices by email as soon as they are posted, please join our recruitment mailing list.  You can complete the mailing list registration form here.

Open Positions

Please click on the the links below to be directed to a description of each position and instructions on how to apply. Any inquiries related to a posted position should be directed to the contact person and address included in the position notice.

Consultant: Nonpartisan Election Observation and Election Administration Advisor

Temporary Employee: The Carter Center: Associate Director (Full-Time, Temporary), Democracy Program

Employee: The Carter Center: Associate Director, Democracy Program

Consultant: New Mexico Nonpartisan Observation Coordinator

Consultant: U.S. Elections Observation Toolkit Initial Drafter

Short-Term Consultancies: Technical Assistance Providers

Advancing the Rule of Law in U.S. Elections (ARLUSE), Project Coordinator, Arizona

The Carter Center: Senior Program Associate, Democracy Program

Consultant – Security and Operations Manager

Consultant – Social Media Team Lead

Consultant – Gender and Human Rights Expert

Consultant – Observer Coordinator

Consultant – Security Sector Reform and Policy Expert

Consultant – Political and Conflict Analyst

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