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  • Assistant Elections Supervisor
    Employer: Bartow County
    Location: Cartersville, GA
    Category: Supervisor

    Reporting to the Elections Supervisor, this position is responsible for supervising voter registration activities as well as
    assisting in the coordination of federal, state, county, and municipal elections within Bartow County. Major duties: Registers voters and researches and resolves unusual and/or complicated registration issues. Maintains correct street, precinct and district information for the county; audits streets to ensure proper districting. Processes and certifies absentee ballots. Researches and determines the result of provisional ballots to make recommendations to the Board. Researches and interprets national, state and local laws as well as the rules of the State Election Board and the opinions of the Attorney General. Supervises employees by assigning registration tasks, answering questions, and coordinating schedules. Drafts and maintains written procedures for voter registration. Conducts press interviews, prepares press releases and maintains social media accounts as neccesary. Troubleshoots voting issues on Election Day and during the early voting process. Compiles legally-required paperwork and supplies for Election Day and early voting. Assists in tabulating and canvassing election results. Designs and presents poll worker training. Conducts voter education and voter registration drives. Attends intergovernmental meetings with city, other county, and state agencies. Maintains office supply inventory; reorders as needed. Performs the duties of the Election Supervisor in his or her absence. Serves as Chief Deputy Registrar for the Board. Performs related duties.

    Salary: $51,771 to $63,107/Annually DOE/DOQ

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  • Cybersecurity Junior Analyst
    Employer: Palm Beach County
    Location: Palm Beach, FL
    Category: Analyst

    The Cybersecurity Junior Analyst is responsible for monitoring the organization’s log aggregation tools and triage suspicious activity or detection alerts generated by the security controls implemented within the Supervisor of Elections Office network environment. Additionally, this position will serve as the first line of defense and response for identified security events in accordance with the Information Security Policy, and cybersecurity procedures. Candidate must be organized and personable with a great attitude, be able to work well in a team environment, calmly respond to identified security incidents, and meet deadlines under pressure. Excellent work ethic, including consistent performance, integrity, reliability, and attendance, is a must. Candidate must be detail-oriented and understand the importance of security and safety for all. Must be available 24/7 365, be able to handle simultaneous projects, be a self-starter, and remain informed on emerging threats and technologies.

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  • Deputy Director of Elections
    Employer: Davie County
    Location: Mocksville, NC
    Category: Director

    Performs clerical functions, voter registration procedures, and other election-related tasks in the daily operations of the Davie County Board of Elections, as may be assigned by the Director or Chair/members of the Board of Elections. Reports to the Elections Director and the Chair and members of the Davie County Board of Elections. Regular, predictable, full attendance is an essential function of the job. Essential Job Functions: Perform multiple functions simultaneously. Independently implement instructions delegated by the Elections Director. Perform day-to-day operations, including data entry and maintenance of voter files. Exercise considerable tact and courtesy in the course of the extensive public contact of this office and
    the dissemination of information to news media, political parties, candidates, and the general public. Remain politically impartial, following the statewide regulations on political activities for county board of elections employees. Other duties as assigned.

    Salary: Minimum hiring rate $39,000

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  • Election Manager
    Employer: County of San Diego
    Location: San Diego, CA
    Category: Manager

    The Registrar of Voters is committed to conducting voter registration and voting processes with the highest level of professional election standards, accountability, security and integrity; thereby earning and maintaining public confidence in the electoral process. Learn more about the San Diego County Registrar of Voters at www.sdvote.com.

    The Elections Manager class is a professional, second level management class responsible for identifying, evaluating, and resolving organizational and administrative challenges or inefficiencies, including recommending changes in policies and procedures and developing methods for implementation. The ideal candidate will plan, coordinate, and manage, through subordinate supervisors, the activities of employees engaged in performing election related services of a specialized section within the Precinct Services, Voter Services or Election Services divisions.

    Salary: $81,328.00 – $98,841.60 Annually

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  • Election Protection Hotline Specialist
    Employer: Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law
    Location: Washington, DC
    Category: Specialist

    Are you passionate about safeguarding democratic processes? Join us as an Election Protection Hotline Specialist! This pivotal role involves collaborating with hundreds of legal volunteers to address voter concerns reported to the 866-OUR-VOTE hotline. As part of our dynamic hotline infrastructure team, you’ll be at the forefront of managing day-to-day operations.

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  • Elections & Recording Manager
    Employer: Lane County
    Location: Eugene, OR
    Category: Manager

    In Lane County, the County Clerk serves as the County’s Chief Election and Recording Official. As the Elections and Recording Manager, under the direction of the County Clerk, you will be responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of both the Election and Recording offices. This role involves planning and administering all federal, state, and local elections for 300,000 registered voters in Lane County, Oregon, where all elections are conducted by mail. Key Responsibilities: Manage the day-to-day operations of the County Clerk’s Office, including: Administering all Federal, State, and local elections. Maintaining the voter registration of 300,000 active Lane County voters. Recording real property records, including indexing and document retention. Issuing marriage licenses and domestic partnerships. Coordinating civil ceremonies. Overseeing the Property Value Appeals Board process. Administering the Archives Program. Developing, administering, and monitoring the Clerk’s Office budget. Providing expert guidance to other departments, the general public, and other agencies.

    Salary: $78,312.00 – $115,128.00 Annually.

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  • Elections & Recording Supervisor
    Employer: Lane County
    Location: Eugene, OR
    Category: Supervisor

    Lane County is hiring a Program Supervisor to work in the County Clerk’s office. The County Clerk’s office conducts local, state, and federal elections, maintains the voter registration database for Lane County electors, issues marriage licenses and domestic partnerships, records real property and other documents, and supports the Property Value Appeals Board. The ideal candidate will be a confident team leader who possesses a proven track record of integrity and a commitment to excellence. If you have exceptional communication skills and strong attention to detail, we encourage you to apply!

    This is a fully performing professional level in the assigned field or discipline requiring specialized technical skills and a solid knowledge of principles and practices in the program area. Incumbents have professional responsibility for coordinating program activities; serving as a liaison and/or advocate to internal/external customers; and assisting in program policy and procedure development, ensuring compliance with regulatory guidelines, and/or contract management. Incumbents may have formal supervisory responsibilities over professional, technical and/or support staff.

    The successful candidate is expected to be or become a subject matter expert in voter registration and the conduct of elections and Deeds & Records.

    Salary: $72,176.00 – $106,184.00 Annually

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  • Elections and Democracy Fellow
    Employer: Center for Democracy and Technology
    Location: Washington, DC
    Category: Fellowship

    The Center for Democracy & Technology (CDT) is seeking a Fellow with policy, research, and/or legal expertise to advance our elections and democracy work. As part of CDT’s Elections and Democracy team, the Fellow will work on key issues such as election-related mis- and disinformation, online voter suppression, and election security and administration, including in conjunction with election officials, online platforms, legislators, and other stakeholders.

    CDT has worked for almost a decade to improve the security and accessibility of America’s election systems, recently expanding our work to address the crisis of trust in American democracy precipitated by the onslaught of disinformation about how elections are administered. Disinformation and misinformation have also been used to suppress voter participation, particularly targeting communities of color. The democratizing power of the internet creates new opportunities — but also new threats — to support fair, informed, and trustworthy elections. We engage with these issues from both technical and policy-minded perspectives, creating solutions-oriented policy resources and actionable guidance for companies and election officials alike.

    The Elections and Democracy Fellow will contribute to the organization’s work across these issues, particularly focusing on threats to the online information environment. The position requires a combination of research and advocacy skills to respond to emerging issues.

    Responsibilities

    Key responsibilities for this position include:

    Conducting research on key issues impacting the information environment around elections, in order to raise awareness about vulnerabilities, highlight best practices, and develop/disseminate recommendations for generative AI companies, social media platforms, election officials, political campaigns, and other actors.
    Authoring policy papers, reports, blog posts, and similar materials.
    Engaging directly with technology companies to develop best practices and policy recommendations.
    Serving as a resource to federal and state governments and political campaigns as they enact new policies and practices on the use of generative AI in political advertising and campaigning.
    Coordinating advocacy efforts with other civil society organizations that have a shared interest in elections and democracy and the online information environment.
    Assisting with tracking and analyzing federal and state proposals to regulate generative AI and other elections-related legislation.
    Convening and engaging with technical experts, election vendors, election officials, voting and democracy advocates, academics and other stakeholders working on issues within the project’s scope.
    Supporting research, preparation, and operationalization of trainings for election officials and other stakeholders.
    Collaborating with CDT’s teams focused on free expression/online platform governance; technology & disability rights; AI governance, and consumer privacy; as well as CDT’s Research team and non-resident Research Fellows.
    Qualifications

    No specific degree is required. However, a competitive candidate will have at least 5 years of relevant professional or academic experience.
    One or more of the following areas of expertise:
    Election technology and/or election administration;
    Efforts to combat election-related mis- and disinformation and online voter suppression
    Developing and/or implementing elections-related policies in a trust and safety role
    Demonstrated research and/or applied experience in the form of publications, government documents, presentations, frameworks, or other outputs.
    Excellent verbal and written communication skills;
    An ability to work diplomatically with people from various stakeholder communities;
    Experience in formal or informal project management;
    Possession of superb writing skills for a variety of audiences;
    The ability to communicate easily with lay people about complex topics; and
    An energetic, entrepreneurial, and collaborative working style.
    This is a one-year full-time Fellowship, with the possibility of extending or transitioning to a permanent role at CDT after the fellowship based on performance, the organization’s needs, and availability of funds.

    About CDT

    The Center for Democracy & Technology (CDT) is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that fights to advance civil rights and civil liberties in the digital age. We champion policies, laws, and technical designs that empower people to use technology for good, while protecting against invasive, discriminatory, and exploitative uses. CDT was founded in Washington, D.C. in 1994 and has operated a second office, in Brussels, since 2014.

    CDT works to protect people’s rights across a range of technology uses and applications including privacy and data governance (including specific projects on health privacy, student privacy, worker privacy, and disability rights & tech), as well as projects on government surveillance, elections & democracy, free expression / platform governance, and AI governance. We engage policymakers in the U.S. and the European Union, advocate for companies to adopt best practices, represent the public interest in multi-stakeholder processes and standards bodies, file amicus briefs in court, conduct original research, and raise public awareness about how technology design and governance impact our democracy and social inequality.

    Compensation and Location

    The compensation for this position ranges from $65K-$105K. Compensation is determined on a tiered pay scale based on years of experience and the responsibilities of the role. Candidates may request guidance on where they would fall within the salary range prior to their first interview, or any time thereafter. CDT provides a generous benefits package that includes health care and dental coverage for employees and dependents, a retirement plan, paid vacation, sick days, and parental leave.

    This position is based in CDT’s Washington, D.C. office, with the possibility of remote work.

    To Apply

    Please send the following to hr@cdt.org:

    Cover letter, describing the issues you would most like to work on during the fellowship and your experience / qualifications for such work — in particular, please highlight any relevant experience researching and writing about election integrity, platform policy, and the online information environment.
    Full CV
    A relevant writing sample (e.g., a report or published paper)
    The Center for Democracy & Technology is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, gender expression, age, national origin, disability, marital status, or sexual orientation in any of its activities or operations. We believe that a diverse staff enables us to do better and more impactful work. Women, people of color, people with disabilities, members of LGBTQIA+ and other historically marginalized communities are strongly encouraged to apply.

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  • Elections and Registration Services Supervisor
    Employer: Virginia Department of Elections
    Location: Richmond, VA
    Category: Supervisor

    5016236
    Richmond, Virginia, United States
    Department of Elections
    Administrative Services
    Full-Time (Salaried)
    Closing at: May 31 2024 at 23:55 EDT
    Department of Elections
    Title: Elections & Registration Services Supervisor (00024)
    State Role Title: Prog Admin Manager II
    Hiring Range: Up to $95,000
    Pay Band: 5
    Agency: Department of Elections
    Location: Department of Elections
    Agency Website: www.elections.virginia.gov
    Recruitment Type: General Public – G

    Job Duties
    Organizational Objective
    The Department of Elections promotes and supports accurate, fair, open and secure elections for the citizens of the Commonwealth. ELECT ensures the proper administration of election laws, campaign finance disclosure compliance, and voter registration processes in the state by promulgating rules, regulations, issuing instructions, and providing information to local Electoral Boards and general registrars.

    The Department of Elections envisions a highly modern, efficient and professional electoral process that is trustworthy and accountable at all levels and engages Virginia’s diverse citizenry in the most fundamental right in a democratic society: the right to vote.

    About the Position
    The Elections & Registration Services Supervisor manages Election and Registration Services staff, regular communications with local election officials, and election administration activities. Provides project management and process analysis in the area of election administration and systems. Ensures compliance with agency and Board policies, regulations and governing laws for the administration of elections in the Commonwealth. Manages and provides support to localities for election administration processes and questions. Develops, coordinates, delivers and maintains current user documentation to ensure the uniformity, fairness, openness and legality of elections in Virginia.

    Minimum Qualifications
    · Experience supervising, managing, and developing staff.
    · Demonstrated ability to evaluate and streamline processes and otherwise drive organizational efficiencies.
    · Demonstrated organizational, analytical, and managerial skills.
    · Ability to influence and build teamwork that fosters a collaborative and continually improving environment.
    · Knowledge of Virginia and federal election laws, regulations, and processes.
    · Experience in managing multiple projects with a variety of technologies and platforms.
    · Effective communication skills, both oral and written.
    · Proficient knowledge in use of personal computer and software (Microsoft Office suite).
    · Ability to create professional written deliverables that accurately document processes, tasks and procedures.
    · Possess multi-tasking skills and the ability to use time efficiently.
    · Ability to maintain a high-quality performance under pressure and deadlines.
    · Be a team player.
    · Have business awareness and be willing to learn about new developments. ·
    · Ability to use logic and reasoning to identify strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions and approaches to problems.

    Additional Considerations
    A minimum of five years supervisory and project management experience.
    Demonstrated experience managing complex processes within strict deadlines.
    Experience documenting operational procedures.

    Special Instructions
    You will be provided a confirmation of receipt when your application and/or résumé is submitted successfully. Please refer to “Your Application” in your account to check the status of your application for this position.

    Some travel required.

    Must have or be able to obtain a valid driver’s license.

    The Virginia Department of Elections is an equal opportunity employer, committed to diversity in the workplace. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin or disability. Applicants who need accommodations for an interview should request this in advance by emailing debbie.wyattsmith@dhrm.virginia.gov. AmeriCorps, Peace Corps, and other National Service Alumni are encouraged to apply.”

    Veterans are encouraged to answer Veteran status questions and submit their disability documentation, if applicable, to DARS to get their Certificate of Disability. If you need to get a Certificate of Disability, use this link: https://www.vadars.org/drs/cpid/PWContact.aspx, or call DARS at 800-552-5019.

    The selected candidate will have to complete a fingerprint based background check.

    State employees who have been affected by Policy 1.3 Layoff and possess a valid Interagency Placement Screening Form (Yellow Card) or a Preferential Hiring Form (Blue Card) must submit the card BEFORE the closing date for this position. The card may be scanned and attached to the application or faxed to (804) 371-7401. Please include your name and the position number on the fax cover.

    Contact Information
    Name: Debbie Wyatt-Smith
    Phone: 804-225-2007
    Email: debbie.wyattsmith@dhrm.virginia.gov

    In support of the Commonwealth’s commitment to inclusion, we are encouraging individuals with disabilities to apply through the Commonwealth Alternative Hiring Process. To be considered for this opportunity, applicants will need to provide their AHP Letter (formerly COD) provided by the Department for Aging & Rehabilitative Services (DARS), or the Department for the Blind & Vision Impaired (DBVI). Service-Connected Veterans are encouraged to answer Veteran status questions and submit their disability documentation, if applicable, to DARS/DBVI to get their AHP Letter. Requesting an AHP Letter can be found at AHP Letter or by calling DARS at 800-552-5019.

    Note: Applicants who received a Certificate of Disability from DARS or DBVI dated between April 1, 2022- February 29, 2024, can still use that COD as applicable documentation for the Alternative Hiring Process.

    Each agency within the Commonwealth of Virginia is dedicated to recruiting, supporting, and maintaining a competent and diverse work force. Equal Opportunity Employer

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  • Elections Technology Specialist
    Employer: McLennan County
    Location: Waco, TX
    Category: Specialist

    Salary
    $19.92 – $31.72 Hourly

    Closing Date
    6/20/2024 11:59 PM Central

    FLSA
    Non-Exempt
    Position Summary
    Under supervision of the Elections Administrator, the Elections Technology Specialist performs complex and technical duties related to activities in overseeing the County’s voting equipment by creating each election’s ballot using ballot origination software, programing and testing the County’s voting equipment with each elections ballot, processing and scanning returned mail-in ballots with the Ballot Board, and maintaining the County’s voting equipment after each election.

    Essential Functions
    – Creates each election’s ballot utilizing vendor ballot origination software. Programs voting equipment once ballots have been created
    – Assists Elections Administrator with proofing and testing the ballot implementations using a State mandated Logic and Accuracy test
    – Maintains voting equipment inventory and ePollbook laptops. Conducts back up and reset of electronic voting equipment
    – Maintains and updates Election website and social media accounts pertinent to voting information and ensuring ADA compliance
    – Assists with planning, directing, coordinating and supervising the electronic process, ensuring that all voter and election records and files are prepared and maintained in a legal manner
    – Fulfills open records requests pertaining to election records
    – Operates delivery truck; driving to deliver and pick up Election Day equipment which involves disassembling and reassembling electronic components
    – Trains and leads election workers in operating voting equipment, as well as other aspects of the Elections office
    – Compiles State required reports, backups, and audit logs for each election
    – Provides technical guidance to other Elections staff regarding equipment and software
    – Maintains voting equipment and systems in accordance with state guidelines; coordinates software and hardware updates, downloads election software and prepares electronic poll books and memory cards
    – Maintains department laptops, printers and related election equipment
    – Performs back-up procedures for programs and files
    – Plans and selects voting machines to be assigned to polling places, track Serial numbers of assigned machines and ensures records of equipment inventory are properly maintained
    – Writes and maintains logs of voting equipment issues, work performed and actions taken to fix mechanical and or electronic voting machines
    – Lead troubleshooting support for voting system hardware, software and network components
    – Attends vendor training to improve knowledge of election equipment
    – Corresponds with vendors and the state regarding software issues
    – Regular attendance and timeliness are required

    Minimum Requirements
    EDUCATION:
    Required:
    Associate’s degree in political science, business administration, public administration, computer science, information technology or a related field, in lieu of degree, minimum 2 years’ experience in a related role plus the required years of experience listed below

    SKILLS ~ EXPERIENCE:
    Required:
    2 years’ experience in office administration, logistical support, technology support, or related field
    Valid class C driver license and acceptable driving record
    Proficient skill in planning, assigning and coordinating activities
    Must have experience in computer skills and office software
    Current and valid Texas driver’s license and safe driving record
    Ability to conduct detailed research and accurately analyze complex issues
    Ability to interpret legal documents
    Ability to maintain confidentiality and act with discretion
    Ability to operate standard office equipment
    Work with public in person and by telephone
    Must be able to manage time and work with minimal supervision
    Must be a registered voter of the State of Texas
    Must also be personally bondable
    Possess excellent communication skills
    Requires some skill in working with numbers in calculating fees/ percentages
    Preferred:
    Knowledgeable in current Texas Election Code and Federal regulations related to elections
    Bilingual proficiency in Spanish
    Supplemental Information
    ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS: Individual works mostly indoors in a well-lighted air-conditioned office with occasional outdoor errands and/or deliveries.

    PHYSICAL DEMAND REQUIREMENTS:
    – Frequent sitting, standing, bending and walking
    – Includes lifting and carrying loads (40-50 lbs.) as well as moving rolling equipment carts (up to 300 lbs.) for distances up to 120 ft.
    – Continuous reading and communicating both on the telephone and in person
    – Continuous use of the computer and keyboard

    HOURS / SPECIAL CONDITIONS: Hours necessary to complete work requirements. General office hours 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. There are times when it will be necessary to work over 40 hours per week to complete tasks.
    McLennan County will conduct background checks on new hires that will include a criminal background check related to convictions and deferred adjudications in the past seven years and may include credit reports, motor vehicle records, employment records, and educational attainment. A conviction or deferred adjudication is not an automatic bar to employment. Each case is considered individually.

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  • Field Operations Coordinator
    Employer: Hays County
    Location: San Marcos, TX
    Category: Coordinator

    Job Title Field Operations Coordinator
    Salary $22.30 – $24.36 Hourly
    $3,864.83 – $4,223.21 Monthly
    $46,378.00 – $50,678.49 Annually
    Job Type Full-Time Regular
    Location 120 Stagecoach Trial, San Marcos, Texas
    Department Elections
    Description Benefits

    Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, include the responsibilities, knowledge, skills, and other characteristics listed below. This list of responsibilities is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions in this class. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Other duties may be assigned. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    Summary
    Reporting directly to Election Network Engineer, responsible for overseeing the inventory, distribution, maintenance, warehouse storage, and logistics of all equipment, voting ballots, and department assets for Hays County Elections Department. Responsible for identifying and reserving polling sites including overseeing the coordination of all polling site compliance and usage. Ensures polling locations follow the Texas Election Code for early voting and election day. Oversees the day-to-day tasks of the election technicians’ program.

    Responsibilities:
    • Prepares, assigns, and programs all election equipment and distributes them to various polling locations.
    • Performs strategic planning for the unit to determine future asset and resource requirements based on the expected population growth of Hays County.
    • Prepares and monitors the budgets for staff and resources needed to support election activities.
    • Determines resources needed to meet service demands.
    • Provides status reports and updates to the Elections Administrator.
    • Prepares accident and incident reports.
    • Ensures that temporary staff are briefed on and comply with applicable laws, rules, regulations, and Hays County Elections policies.
    • Coordinates and creates supply kits for voting locations including processing documentation for early voting and election day locations.
    • Provides and creates trainings to field and election staff on troubleshooting voting equipment and proper use of equipment.
    • Oversees the recruiting, training, and supervision of temporary/seasonal election field technicians and warehouse clerks.
    • Serves as a primary contact for the election Judge’s hotline and assists with complex issues from elections judges and staff.
    • Serves as a record management liaison for Elections Department and other department personnel.
    • Performs quality control on all forms and documents to ensure compliance from the Secretary of State office is followed.
    • Oversees and supervises all inventory operations including the maintenance and inspections of the department equipment and supplies.
    • Manages database for inventory control and supplies including ticket tracking system and related department software.
    • Performs and creates quality control measures and directs and develops various safety and maintenance techniques and programs to reduce risk and cost.
    • Develops and maintains operational routines and procedures for equipment, including organizing, storing, and arranging inventory for daily use.
    • Coordinates and schedules, routine, and emergency maintenance on Election’s vehicles to support the daily operations of the department.
    • Works in collaboration with other department staff to recruit ballot board members, public testers and other temporary/seasonal workers, as necessary.
    • Collaborates with election parties, elected officials and state entities on staffing concerns including confirming election participation parameters.
    • Conducts analysis to ensure polling locations are American Disability Act (ADA) compliant
    • Maintains and update poll worker databases and management systems.
    • Serves as primary contact for recruitment questions from the public, and internal and external entities.
    • Creates and maintains polling locations contact sheets.
    • Collaborates with the Equipment Data Coordinators to schedule logistical and equipment deliveries.
    • Coordinates and reserves various polling locations for early voting and election day.
    • Conducts analysis and research to determine the number of polling locations needed to accommodate election participation.
    • Collaborates with leadership on determining election equipment, and furniture needs for polling locations.
    • Prepares and tracks various financial documents associated with reservations, recruitment, and equipment costs.
    • Develops marketing and communication materials for polling locations.
    • Oversees and conducts poll worker recruiting events and serves as liaison for recruiting and payroll concerns.
    • Serves as a primary contact for the election Judge’s hotline and assists with complex issues from elections judges and staff.
    • Cross-trains with office staff in other areas to ensure continuity of departmental operations.
    • Monitors multiple departmental email accounts relating to elections operations .
    • Attends all meetings and trainings, as required.
    • Performs special duties as assigned.

    Education and/or Experience:
    • Bachelor’s degree in a related field.
    • Two (2) years of supervisory experience.
    • One (1) years of warehouse management experience in a government capacity.
    • Registered Elections Official (REO) Certification within two (2) years of employment.
    • Certified Elections/Registration Administrator Certification (CERA) within five (5) years of employment.
    Other Qualifications, Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:
    • Class C Driver’s License.
    • Ability to maintain continuing education requirements for the State of Texas.

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  • Information Technology Security Analyst
    Employer: Illinois State Board of Elections
    Location: Springfield, IL
    Category: Analyst

    The Information Technology Security Analyst reports directly to the Manager of Cyber Operations and Infrastructure. Supports the administration, implementation, review, and improvement of endpoint, network, hardware, application, and data security practices.
    Essential Function 1

    1. Implements, supports, and monitors the agency’s information security services and applications, including email and web gateways, endpoint security, network firewalls, intrusion prevention systems, SIEM, data loss prevention, multi-factor authentication, CASB, EDR, threat intelligence resources, etc. Monitors system dashboards and logs for threat indicators. Analyzes data and performs necessary incident response procedures. Assists with the continuous improvement of SOAR capabilities. Conducts network, system, and application vulnerability assessments.
    Essential Function 2

    2. Implements and documents compliance to NIST CSF and the Center for Internet Security (CIS) Controls frameworks. Analyzes agency threat landscape. Utilizes CIS benchmark configurations and work with agency stakeholders to help drive system and application hardening efforts. Evaluates agency processes and implements and/or makes recommendations to enhance security and reduce risk. Reviews and responds to information received concerning threat events from end users, federal, state, county and local agencies as well as external entities such as the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MS-ISAC), Elections Infrastructure Information Sharing and Analysis Center (EI-ISAC), trusted security vendors, law enforcement agencies, and public information sources.
    Essential Function 3

    3. Consults with SBE staff on security issues. Provides a high level of customer service to agency staff, state, county, and local election officials. Ensures service desk queues and incidents are handled in an appropriate and timely manner. Service desk ticket resolutions are thoroughly documented and knowledge base articles are maintained.
    Essential Function 4

    4. Develops, maintains, monitors and supports the agency’s security awareness program including training modules, assessments, phishing and remedial training. Continuously reviews emerging information received from federal, state, county, local agencies, and trusted cybersecurity vendors to ensure awareness content aligns with agency needs.
    Essential Function 5

    5. Continues education by attending training sessions, seminars, and conferences to increase familiarity with and maintain current knowledge of security products, vendors, techniques, and procedures. Research security enhancements and make recommendations to management. Participates in cybersecurity-focused organizations. Monitors on-line information security related websites, blogs, articles, reports as well as other security intelligence sources to keep up-to-date on the latest threats, IOCs and trends.
    Essential Function 6

    6. Performs other duties as required or assigned which are reasonably within the scope of the duties enumerated above. Provides off-hours support as required.

    Salary: $5,417.00 – $10,713.00

  • IT Assistant Manager
    Employer: Palm Beach County
    Location: Palm Beach, FL
    Category: Manager

    The Assistant IT Manager plays a supportive role in the smooth operation of the IT department, ensuring that both the technical infrastructure and the team are aligned with the organization’s goals. This position involves collaborating closely with the Election Technology Director to oversee the implementation of technology solutions that meet the needs of the organization. The Assistant IT Manager helps maintain an efficient and effective IT environment.

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  • List Maintenance Data Quality Analyst
    Employer: Virginia Department of Elections
    Location: Richmond, VA
    Category: Analyst

    5016220
    Richmond, Virginia, United States
    Department of Elections
    Information Technology
    Full-Time (Salaried)
    Closing at: May 27 2024 at 23:55 EDT
    Department of Elections
    Title: List Maintenance Data Quality Analyst (00066)
    State Role Title: Info Technology Specialist II
    Hiring Range: Up to $110,000
    Pay Band: 5
    Agency: Department of Elections
    Location: Department of Elections
    Agency Website: www.elections.virginia.gov
    Recruitment Type: General Public – G

    Job Duties
    Organizational Objective
    The Department of Elections promotes and supports accurate, fair, open and secure elections for the citizens of the Commonwealth. Elect ensures the proper administration of election laws, campaign finance disclosure compliance, and voter registration processes in the state by promulgating rules, regulations, issuing instructions, and providing information to local Electoral Boards and general registrars.

    The Department of Elections envisions a highly modern, efficient and professional electoral process that is trustworthy and accountable at all levels and engages Virginia’s diverse citizenry in the most fundamental right in a democratic society: the right to vote.

    About the Position
    The List Maintenance Data Quality Analyst is responsible for measuring the validity, completeness, accuracy, and reliability of data sources used for voter registration list maintenance. The Analyst will develop, define, and document standard measures to assess the quality of ELECT data sources. The Analyst will utilize advanced data analysis tools and methodologies to evaluate data sources used for list maintenance against those measures and present findings in narrative reports, presentations, and data visualizations. The Analyst will coordinate with internal stakeholders and external data partners to proactively identify, quantify, document, and remediate data quality concerns in a timely manner. The Analyst will serve as the lead coordinator within ELECT IT of list maintenance activities involving other states. The Analyst will contribute to an annual review of all Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs) with ELECT’s data partners and summarize data quality findings in the Annual List Maintenance Report. The Analyst will assist in the development of policies, standards, and procedures related to list maintenance data sources, as well as data analysis and data profiling practices at ELECT. Lastly, the Analyst will serve as the backup for the List Maintenance Programmer Data Analyst.

    Minimum Qualifications
    · High level of proficiency analyzing data quality of large, complex data sets and relational databases
    · High level of proficiency performing scripted data analysis using a programming language such as R, Python,or Scala
    · Strong understanding of data matching / record linkage approaches
    · High level of proficiency communicating technical subjects and moderately complex analyses to general audiences, both verbally and in writing
    · High level of proficiency using SQL for data retrieval tasks
    · Strong understanding of ETL processes used in operational systems and data warehouse environments
    · Proficient using business intelligence tools such as Power BI or Tableau
    · Proficient using the Git version control system

    Additional Considerations
    Certifications in information technology or information systems.

    Special Instructions
    You will be provided a confirmation of receipt when your application and/or résumé is submitted successfully. Please refer to “Your Application” in your account to check the status of your application for this position.

    The Virginia Department of Elections is an equal opportunity employer, committed to diversity in the workplace. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin or disability. Applicants who need accommodations for an interview should request this in advance by emailing debbie.wyattsmith@dhrm.virginia.gov. AmeriCorps, Peace Corps, and other National Service Alumni are encouraged to apply.”

    In support of the Commonwealth’s commitment to inclusion, we are encouraging individuals with disabilities to apply through the Commonwealth Alternative Hiring Process.

    Veterans are encouraged to answer Veteran status questions and submit their disability documentation, if applicable, to DARS to get their Certificate of Disability. If you need to get a Certificate of Disability, use this link: https://www.vadars.org/drs/cpid/PWContact.aspx, or call DARS at 800-552-5019.

    The selected candidate will have to complete a fingerprint based background check.

    State employees who have been affected by Policy 1.30 Layoff and possess a valid Interagency Placement Screening Form (Yellow Card) or a Preferential Hiring Form (Blue Card) must submit the card BEFORE the closing date for this position. The card may be scanned and attached to the application or faxed to (804) 371-7401. Please include your name and the position number on the fax cover.

    Contact Information
    Name: Debbie Wyatt-Smith
    Phone: 804-225-2007
    Email: debbie.wyattsmith@dhrm.virginia.gov

    In support of the Commonwealth’s commitment to inclusion, we are encouraging individuals with disabilities to apply through the Commonwealth Alternative Hiring Process. To be considered for this opportunity, applicants will need to provide their AHP Letter (formerly COD) provided by the Department for Aging & Rehabilitative Services (DARS), or the Department for the Blind & Vision Impaired (DBVI). Service-Connected Veterans are encouraged to answer Veteran status questions and submit their disability documentation, if applicable, to DARS/DBVI to get their AHP Letter. Requesting an AHP Letter can be found at AHP Letter or by calling DARS at 800-552-5019.

    Note: Applicants who received a Certificate of Disability from DARS or DBVI dated between April 1, 2022- February 29, 2024, can still use that COD as applicable documentation for the Alternative Hiring Process.

    Each agency within the Commonwealth of Virginia is dedicated to recruiting, supporting, and maintaining a competent and diverse work force. Equal Opportunity Employer

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  • Operations Associate
    Employer: National Association of State Election Directors
    Location:  
    Category: Associate

    A part-time (approximately 20 hours per week), fully remote, Operations Associate for a small nonpartisan, nonprofit membership association. Reporting to the Executive Director, this new role will support all the organization’s operational needs. The responsibilities of this position will include, but are not limited to, the following: Help update and maintain website content; Help maintain NASED’s social media presence, including developing content and creating basic graphics; Work with NASED’s controller on monthly financial reports and with the auditor and accountant on annual reports and filings; Monitor and assist with responses to inquiries sent to NASED’s shared inboxes; Maintain organization distribution lists; Assist with scheduling Board and Committee meetings; Assist with conference planning, including developing the conference website via the conference management platform, creating and proofing materials, planning activities, and budgeting; Support the execution of two national conferences per year; Create and send annual invoices to organization members and Corporate Affiliate members; and Other duties and special projects as assigned. This position is part-time and fully remote, but the candidate must live in the United States. Travel to support NASED’s Winter and Summer conferences is required (approximately 10 days per year). This position reports to NASED’s Executive Director. This role does not supervise any staff.

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  • Organizing Manager - Advocacy
    Employer: Center for Tech and Civic Life
    Location: Remote 
    Category: Manager

    When you think about elections, you might think about popular candidates, “I voted” stickers, and all sorts of paperwork and deadlines. But behind the scenes are thousands of people in state and local governments who are working hard to make sure accurate election information is published, ballots are counted, and voices are heard. We are seeking a dedicated and experienced community organizer and advocate to help foster valuable and lasting relationships with local elections offices across the country. As CTCL’s Organizing Manager, you will implement CTCL’s nonpartisan advocacy strategy to support elections officials in administering inclusive and secure elections.

    The ideal candidate thrives in social environments and is eager to get out from behind a screen and into the field. You will visit small towns and major cities across the country to connect with local election administrators and their staff at association meetings, recruit and cultivate partnerships with state and national nonprofit organizations, and build relationships with government agencies to better understand how to connect elections offices with helpful information and public resources.

    You’ll report to the Advocacy Director and work in collaboration with other members of the CTCL team. This is a new role in a growing department that is focused on the resiliency of election infrastructure and securing public funding for local election offices.

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  • Physical Security Specialist
    Employer: Palm Beach County
    Location: Palm Beach, FL
    Category: Specialist

    This position is responsible for administration of the physical security programs in a manner consistent with Supervisor of Elections Office policies, procedures, quality standards, and applicable local, state, and federal regulations. These programs include conducting facility security risk assessments, assisting with access control, monitoring alarms and CCTV systems, and providing security related training. Must be organized and personable with a great attitude, be able to work well in a team environment, and meet deadlines under pressure. Excellent work ethic, including consistent performance, integrity, reliability, and attendance, is a must. Candidate must be detail-oriented and understand the importance of security and safety for all. Must be available 24/7 365, be able to handle simultaneous projects, and be a self-starter.

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  • Registrar of Voters
    Employer: San Bernardino County
    Location: San Bernardino, CA
    Category: Registrar

    The county of San Bernardino is seeking a visionary new registrar of voters to oversee the critical activities of the Registrar’s office with a large scope of oversight including 50+ members and an annual budget of $20M+. The Registrar of Voters will foster an environment that promotes civic participation and ensures transparent and fair elections. They will design and implement voter education programs tailored to the needs of County residents. This position requires a deep understanding of the County’s diverse demographics, its unique challenges, and the ability to implement strategies that promote voter engagement, education, and participation. The Registrar will oversee voter registration efforts, ensuring that registration processes are accessible, efficient, and in compliance with state and federal regulations. They will work closely with local community organizations, schools, and governmental entities to create outreach initiatives and workshops to increase countywide engagement. Engaging with the community is at the heart of this role. Building and maintaining strong relationships with various stakeholders, including community leaders, advocacy groups, and residents, is paramount. Organizing town hall meetings, forums, and public discussions will be essential to address concerns, gather feedback, and disseminate essential information related to voting procedures, ballot measures, and electoral reforms. By actively listening to the community’s needs and concerns, they will play a pivotal role in shaping policies and initiatives that resonate with the diverse population of San Bernardino County. This position offers a unique opportunity for development and growth within the realm of civic engagement and electoral processes. As the landscape of voting rights, technologies, and methodologies continues to evolve, staying abreast of emerging trends, best practices, and legislative changes is essential. Participating in training programs, conferences, and workshops will enhance the knowledge base, skill set, and capacity to navigate the complexities associated with administering elections in the County. Salary: $153,504-$218,004.

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  • Senior Director, Election Law Program
    Employer: William & Mary
    Location: Williamsburg, VA
    Category: Director

    The Election Law Program (ELP), a joint initiative of the William and Mary Law School and the National Center for State Courts, has a mission to provide resources for judges deciding election disputes. This vacancy is for an experienced attorney to serve in the role of Senior Director of the Election Law Program.

    The Senior Director will be an attorney with experience in election law. Reporting to the ELP Co-Directors, the portfolio of responsibilities will include, but not be limited to:

    Developing resources for judges deciding election cases;
    Supporting projects that enhance understanding of federal and state election laws and the role of courts in resolving election disputes;
    Sharing research findings and legal resources through a variety of mechanisms such as publications and educational programs (e.g., webinars, presentations, and conferences);
    Overseeing ELP project implementation;
    Identifying and capturing trends in election litigation;
    Engaging in collaborative projects with trusted partners;
    Supervising student research; and
    Participating in fundraising efforts to support existing and future ELP initiatives as required.

    NOTE: If interested, an opportunity for appointment as an adjunct professor to teach a relevant course within the field of election law is available.

    Salary: $110,000 to $125,000, commensurate with experience.

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  • Senior Program Associate, Democracy Program
    Employer: The Carter Center
    Location:  
    Category: Associate

    Support the U.S. Election Project within the Democracy Program, including design and implementation of multi-faceted activities related to election reform and election observation, including partnership building, training development and implementation, budget management, fundraising, and monitoring, evaluation and learning.
    May conduct applied research, manage program publications, supervise consultants and interns, and other project(s) responsibilities as assigned.
    The Senior Program Associate will report to the Associate Director of the Democracy Program or her designee.
    Due to travel requirement, Hostile Environment Awareness Training (HEAT) may be required.

    FORMAL JOB DESCRIPTION:

    Designs, implements, coordinates operational facets of a specific program and its related activities.
    Manages work plans that are designed to accomplish program goals and objectives, and implements changes for improvement and efficiency.
    Makes decisions on behalf of the program based on critical analyses of operational/statistical reports, financial data and budget forecasts, and outside trends and factors related to the program.
    May plan, administer or monitor the program’s budget, financial management, and/or grants.
    Takes a leadership role on program-related committees and teams.
    May develop fund raising initiatives, including researching and identifying funding sources and writing and submitting grant proposals.
    Conducts program research and ensures that mandatory operational and statistical reports are fact-based and comply with regulations.
    Serves as liaison with other groups and organizations participating in the program or seeking knowledge of the program, and may write and give speeches/presentations at conferences, university functions, or before various boards.
    May supervise staff.
    Ensures that complete and accurate program records are kept and maintained.
    Performs related responsibilities as required.

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

    Bachelor’s degree in a field related to specified program areas and four years related program management experience, or equivalent combination of experience, education, and training.

    PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

    Minimum of four years of program related experience in law, good governance, democracy promotion, voting rights, election administration in the United States or internationally.
    Knowledge and experience of voting and election issues in the United States strongly preferred.
    Strong writing and communication skills, familiarity with NGOs and project-based fundraising, and ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
    Microsoft Excel skills are required, and knowledge of CRM platforms is preferred. R and Python skills helpful.
    Experience managing large scale volunteer efforts is strongly preferred.
    Strong training and event facilitation skills preferred.
    A high level of personal energy, positive attitude, sense of humor and ability to work in a team setting are essential.

    NOTE: This role will be granted the opportunity to work from home regularly but must be able to commute to The Carter Center on a flexible weekly schedule based upon business needs.  Schedule is based on agreed upon guidelines.  All non-exempt employees must reside within the state of Georgia. The Carter Center reserves the right to change remote work status with notice to employee. Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States for any employer

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  • System Support Analyst
    Employer: Virginia Department of Elections
    Location: Richmond, VA
    Category: Analyst

    5016231
    Richmond, Virginia, United States
    Department of Elections
    Information Technology
    Full-Time (Salaried)
    Closing at: May 27 2024 at 23:55 EDT
    Department of Elections
    Title: Systems Support Analyst (00047)
    State Role Title: Info Technology Specialist IV
    Hiring Range: Up to $85,000
    Pay Band: 5
    Agency: Department of Elections
    Location: Department of Elections
    Agency Website: www.elections.virginia.gov
    Recruitment Type: General Public – G

    Job Duties
    Organizational Objective
    The Department of Elections promotes and supports accurate, fair, open and secure elections for the citizens of the Commonwealth. Elect ensures the proper administration of election laws, campaign finance disclosure compliance, and voter registration processes in the state by promulgating rules, regulations, issuing instructions, and providing information to local Electoral Boards and general registrars.

    The Department of Elections envisions a highly modern, efficient and professional electoral process that is trustworthy and accountable at all levels and engages Virginia’s diverse citizenry in the most fundamental right in a democratic society: the right to vote.

    About the Position
    The Systems Support Analyst ensures the integrity of the electoral process through providing tier two technical support services for all agency systems to election administration officials and agency staff. Assists the agency in the creation and maintenance of system user documentation and training. Develops knowledge and functional area expertise of agency business processes. Oversees the agency tier one vendor. Reviews monthly reports from the vendor, ensures tickets are transferred from the vendor to the agency on a timely basis. Ensures agency tickets are assigned to appropriate staff for resolution. Reports to management on ticket statistics for both tier one and tier two tickets. Works to increase the ability for the tier one vendor to resolve more tickets during the first contact by the customer, reducing the number of tier two tickets. Participates in teams and maintains positive, professional relationships with colleagues and customers. Demonstrates initiative, timeliness, self-professional development and strong oral and written communication skills.

    Minimum Qualifications
    • Experience providing support for end users working on election-/voting-related systems.
    • Experience managing ticket queues;
    • Experience troubleshooting web-based and desktop applications remotely;
    • Experience developing and maintaining user documentation;
    • Experience documenting application defects;
    • Experience setting up and troubleshooting Windows desktop devices and peripherals;
    • Experience conducting in-person training of application use;
    • Knowledge of Microsoft Office;
    • Ability to create reports for consumption by agency management;
    • Ability to use logic and reasoning to identify strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions and approaches to problems;
    • Ability to provide information analysis proactively and interactively with business staff;
    • Possess good organizational and communication skills;
    • Be a team player;
    • Have business awareness and be willing to learn about new developments.

    Additional Considerations
    • Experience with web conferencing systems and ticket management systems preferred. (Jira, ServiceNow, Remedy)
    • Agile methodology experience preferred.
    • One year elections experience preferred.

    Special Instructions
    You will be provided a confirmation of receipt when your application and/or résumé is submitted successfully. Please refer to “Your Application” in your account to check the status of your application for this position.

    The Virginia Department of Elections is an equal opportunity employer, committed to diversity in the workplace. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin or disability. Applicants who need accommodations for an interview should request this in advance by emailing debbie.wyattsmith@dhrm.virginia.gov. AmeriCorps, Peace Corps, and other National Service Alumni are encouraged to apply.”

    Veterans are encouraged to answer Veteran status questions and submit their disability documentation, if applicable, to DARS to get their Certificate of Disability. If you need to get a Certificate of Disability, use this link: https://www.vadars.org/drs/cpid/PWContact.aspx, or call DARS at 800-552-5019.

    The selected candidate will have to complete a fingerprint based background check.

    Must have or be able to obtain a valid driver’s license.

    State employees who have been affected by Policy 1.30 Layoff and possess a valid Interagency Placement Screening Form (Yellow Card) or a Preferential Hiring Form (Blue Card) must submit the card BEFORE the closing date for this position. The card may be scanned and attached to the application or faxed to (804) 371-7401. Please include your name and the position number on the fax cover.

    Contact Information
    Name: Debbie Wyatt-Smith
    Phone: 804-225-2007
    Email: debbie.wyattsmith@dhrm.virginia.gov

    In support of the Commonwealth’s commitment to inclusion, we are encouraging individuals with disabilities to apply through the Commonwealth Alternative Hiring Process. To be considered for this opportunity, applicants will need to provide their AHP Letter (formerly COD) provided by the Department for Aging & Rehabilitative Services (DARS), or the Department for the Blind & Vision Impaired (DBVI). Service-Connected Veterans are encouraged to answer Veteran status questions and submit their disability documentation, if applicable, to DARS/DBVI to get their AHP Letter. Requesting an AHP Letter can be found at AHP Letter or by calling DARS at 800-552-5019.

    Note: Applicants who received a Certificate of Disability from DARS or DBVI dated between April 1, 2022- February 29, 2024, can still use that COD as applicable documentation for the Alternative Hiring Process.

    Each agency within the Commonwealth of Virginia is dedicated to recruiting, supporting, and maintaining a competent and diverse work force. Equal Opportunity Employer

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