The Democratic National Committee (DNC) Tech team is a small, diverse team that provides the technology used by candidates and organizers in all 50 states and all 3,413 counties across the United States to analyze data, organize campaigns, raise money, and get out the vote on election day.

But there’s more to do. So we’re hiring product managers, engineers, researchers, designers, security experts, IT professionals, and data scientists who can use user-centered design and rapid iteration to develop a rich technology ecosystem for progressives—building tools ourselves as well as partnering with other companies and organizations.


The Tech Ecosystem Manager is responsible for developing relationships and strengthening the DNC Tech brand among the progressive ecosystem by coordinating work with and fostering the initiatives of its vendors and partners. They drive the management of core partnerships, large convenings, vendor programs, and tech advisory boards. Major (but not exhaustive) areas of work include: relationship building, strengthening of DNC Tech team brand, long-term planning, managing of DNC principals in furtherance of brand expansion goals/relationship, and collaboration and coordination with the larger Tech team and DNC.


  • Manage the day-to-day process, training, reporting, and development of the Ecosystem team and Tech team generally in furthering ecosystem initiatives;
  • Oversee ecosystem convenings with the goal of strengthening the DNC Tech team’s brand and partnerships, creating buy-in for DNC tech initiatives, and collating a holistic picture of the democratic tech landscape;
  • Foster and maintain relationships with progressive tech operatives;
  • Ensure regular communication with all partners, including updates on the work of the DNC Tech team, such as development and improvements of tools, services, support, training, etc.;
  • Develop innovative programs, tools and initiatives that strengthen the ecosystem at large, create opportunities for collaboration, and provide forums for best practices;
  • Build and oversee management of various DNC Tech advisory boards with the goal of fostering relationships and communication, fundraising, and expanding the DNC Tech brand;
  • Facilitation of information sharing on new innovations among partners including state parties, campaigns, partner organizations, and vendors;
  • Grasp an understanding of the progressive tech landscape and advise partners on where they can fill gaps to ensure products are being created that match the needs of state parties and campaigns, while also ensuring that the DNC is not using crucial engineering capacity to create all tools in the ecosystem;
  • Manage donor relationships and facilitate opportunities for donors to experience the work of the DNC Tech Team and invest directly;
  • Develop and execute long-term plans for each upcoming political cycle to communicate and ensure partners are read in on the service and support we are providing to all candidates and stakeholders;
  • Create strong feedback loop with ecosystem partners to ensure we have a window into what is happening in the field and partners in turn feel as if they have a strong access point with the DNC;
  • Collaborate and coordinate with the larger Tech team and DNC team at-large on major initiatives, goals, opportunities, process, communications, and training materials, etc.;
  • Serve as a leader within the larger DNC Tech team to determine: when to provide updates to partners on our work, develop new programs and systems, and gather feedback from the ecosystem.


  • A talent for communicating technical concepts to both technical and non-technical audiences;
  • A vision for how the progressive tech ecosystem can best collaborate to have the highest impact in 2019, 2020, and onward;
  • An understanding of the key players in the ecosystem;
  • Strong communication skills;Highly organized;
  • The ability to remain focused and effective in a fast-paced environment, with multiple competing priorities.


  • Previous experience managing a team;Familiarity with the progressive tech ecosystem;
  • Political campaign experience;
  • Fantastic communication and relationship building skills and a desire to hone and apply them;
  • A desire to collaborate and work closely with cross-functional partners;
  • A natural curiosity and humility to the way you approach your work;A desire to change politics for the better, support the Democratic Party, and secure the future of our country.

You can work: out of our office in Washington, D.C., with a concentration of folks in the New York, San Francisco Bay Area, Boston, or Chicago; or, remotely from wherever you are.

If you are coming from industry it is important to be aware that some things are different in the world of politics: while we’ve done some budget hacking so we can be competitive when it comes to salaries, we know we can’t beat Google or Facebook.

The Democratic National Committee (DNC), is committed to diversity among its staff, and recognizes that its continued success requires the highest commitment to obtaining and retaining a diverse staff that provides the best quality services to supporters and constituents. The DNC is an equal opportunity employer and it is our policy to recruit, hire, train, promote and administer any and all personnel actions without regard to sex, race, age, color, creed, national origin, religion, economic status, sexual orientation, veteran status, gender identity or expression, ethnic identity or disability, or any other legally protected basis. The DNC is committed to providing reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities in the hiring process and on the job, as required by applicable law. The DNC will not tolerate any unlawful discrimination and any such conduct is strictly prohibited.