The incumbent serves as the Executive Director of the U.S. Election Assistance Commission (EAC).Learn more about this agency
As such, the position serves as a senior official in a line capacity that is responsible for overseeing the direction and operation of the agency, including the services of supporting Federal agencies (i.e., GSA, NARA, SAC, etc.). Exercises wide latitude with directing agency goals and resources to achieve desired results. Reporting to this position are senior EAC managers with expertise in their areas of responsibility.
- Provides leadership in the development and implementation of strategies, programs, policies, decisions, and other actions adopted by Commissioners.
- Evaluates the performance of subordinate managers against performance plans, budgets and EAC goals; performs other administrative functions as may be delegated under the Commission's authority and EAC policies.
- Directs the preparation of recommendations, reports, and other materials for Commissioners, Advisory Boards, and public meeting.
- Develops and prepares written and oral materials, for presentations to congressional, legislative and public/private policy groups, Commissioners, advisory boards, and EAC staff.
- Encourages an environment that fosters equal employment opportunity (EEO) goals, and the responsibilities outlined in the organization's affirmative action plan. Ensures equality in selections, training, promotions, details, discipline, and awards.
- Other duties as assigned.
25% or less - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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