Become an Assessor

The A2LA corps of conformity assessment professionals are committed to providing a comprehensive, technical accreditation experience.

Interested in becoming an assessor with the premier accreditation body in the United States? If you have the following accreditation job qualifications, A2LA wants to hear from you:

  • You are a peer expert with approximately 10 years of direct experience.
  • You communicate effectively; verbally and in writing.
  • You demonstrate the leadership, poise, tact, persistence, integrity, maturity, and other personal attributes necessary to carry out assessments.

For consideration, complete the A2LA A308 - Assessor Application and Information Questionnaire (or A708 - Clinical Assessor Information Questionnaire) and submit the completed application along with your resume to Mr. Trace McInturff, A2LA Senior Director of Accreditation Services, at tmcinturff@A2LA.org.

Our corps of conformity assessment professionals are committed to providing a comprehensive, technical accreditation experience.

Assessor Disciplines and Vacancies

A2LA currently offers accreditation in the following disciplines:

  • ISO/IEC 17025 - Testing and Calibration

Acoustics and vibration
Biological
Chemical
Construction materials
Electrical
Environmental
Forensics
Geotechnical
Information technology
Mechanical
Nondestructive
Sustainable energy
Thermal

  • ISO/IEC 17020 - Inspection Body Accreditation
  • ISO 15189 - Medical Testing Accreditation
  • ISO/IEC 17065 - Product Certification Accreditation
  • ISO/IEC 17043 - Proficiency Testing Provider Accreditation
  • ISO 17034 - Reference Material Producer Accreditation

We are currently seeking experienced professionals in the following areas:

  • ISO/IEC 17025 assessors for the following areas/programs:

Plastics
Automotive—“shake ‘n bake” (acoustics, vibration, climatics, electrical)
Interoperability/information technology
P25
Construction materials

  • ISO/IEC 17020 assessors for the following areas/programs:

FedRAMP<
Special inspection (International Building Code Chapter 17) - work experience in Clark County (NV), New York City, and/or Philadelphia is a plus
Electrical inspection (NFPA 790/791)

  • Medical assessors for all medical disciplines/sub-disciplines