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  • Administrative Specialist II (Language Services)
    Employer: King County Elections
    Location: Renton, WA
    Category: Specialist

    This is an amazing opportunity to be engaged in the election process!

    The Department of Elections is searching for Language translation professionals to support the following languages: Spanish, Korean, Chinese and Vietnamese. This job posting will be used to fill multiple short term temporary positions to support the Language Services Program. These individuals must be able to read, write and understand at the language proficiency testing level used by the Department.

    These positions will translate and proof documents and web materials in Spanish, Korean, Chinese and Vietnamese; conduct research, and provide administrative support to other election work groups as needed during elections. These positions are expected to begin on June 1, 2021 and last approximately one month.

    JOB DUTIES:
    In this role you will have the opportunity to:

    • Translate or proof election-related documents and web materials to Spanish, Korean, Chinese or Vietnamese including but not limited to: voter registration information, letters and other correspondence to Limited English Proficiency (LEP) voters including, notice of elections, ballot titles and voters’ pamphlet information, candidate statements, ballot measures, resolutions and related materials.
    • Review, edit and proofread all translated documents produced by translation service providers and others for accuracy, clarity and consistency.

    EXPERIENCE, QUALIFICATIONS, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS:
    • Fluency in English, including written and verbal communication and understanding of grammar.
    • Must be able to read, write and understand one of the following 4 languages at the department’s language proficiency testing level: Spanish, Korean, Chinese or Vietnamese.
    • High level of language experience including interpreting, reading and writing into one of the 4 languages (Candidates will be tested to determine translation skills).
    • Office and computer skills including the use of Word, Excel, and Outlook. (Candidates will be tested on office and computer skills.)
    • Ability to work under pressure and meet strict deadlines.
    • Ability to work both independently and as a member of a team.
    • Ability to follow direction.
    • Flexibility in the workplace and with weekly schedule.

    Desired Qualification:

    • Professional experience translating technical, legal, educational and/or political documents from English into one of the 4 languages.

    Visit www.kingcounty.gov/jobs to see the full job description and to apply.

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  • Assistant IT Chief
    Employer: Dallas County
    Location: Dallas, TX
    Category: IT

    Manages, oversees and performs technical and administrative work of information technology for the Elections Office. Provides technology vision and leadership in the development and implementation of the elections technology program while assisting the Elections Administrator in strategic, tactical and elections related compliance. Oversees the design, implementation and evaluation of systems to support end users in productive use of computer hardware and software; collaborates with the County’s Information Security Officer, IT operations, IT applications to ensure best-in-class recording and elections security, infrastructure and client services. Directs and oversees IT projects and systems to ensure security, quality control and efficiency; facilitates the development of each project to meet customer needs. Plans and implements enterprise information systems to support elections operations. Manages and directs IT personnel to establish workload priorities; coordinates projects and reporting of activities while maintaining workflow estimates. Facilitates communication between staff, management, vendors, and other technology resources within the organization and with outside stakeholders. Provides project management oversight for key initiatives and division-level responsibilities. Manages the division budget expenditures and related administrative tasks. Plans, directs, and monitors the development, installation and maintenance of computer programs and associated computer operations necessary to achieve functional departmental systems. Develops the design specifications of computer systems, programs and operating systems, with the following core competencies: Security Analysis, Design, Business Process Improvement, Data, Modeling, Development, Planning, Implementation, Test Script Development, Monitoring/Controls, Troubleshooting/Problem Solving, Documentation and Service Motivation. Collaborates with the Information Security Officer, IT Operations, IT Applications and PMO to ensure best-in-class procedures and security standards for the security of all elections information and established IT programs. Directs and/or assists in the resolution of highly complex or unusual business problems that cross various IT disciplines and agency boundaries. Develops and establishes department standards and procedures, including application development, quality assurance, incident management, documentation and project management. Evaluates, plans, reviews, and recommends long-range enhancements for computer hardware, software and data communications equipment. Performs other duties as assigned.

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  • Campaign Advisor
    Employer: RepresentUS
    Location:  
    Category: Advisor

    Campaign Advisor (remote)

    RepresentUs is hiring a full-time Campaign Advisor with a winning track record in politics who will guide several priority election reform campaigns to victory through 2024. The Advisor develops and maintains relationships with state campaigns and serves as a liaison with funders to ensure state campaigns are built for success, supported to win, and adhering to benchmarking goals tied to stages of funding.
    The ideal candidate has at least one or more cycles of experience managing winning statewide ballot initiative campaigns and/or has worked in a multi-client or multi-state advisory role with various types of campaigns. Alternatively, candidates should have at least one cycle managing (and winning ideally) candidate/electoral, legislative lobbying, or issue advocacy campaigns at the local, state or national level. Passion for RepresentUs’ mission to make America work for everyone, not just the powerful and well-connected, is essential. Commitment to working beyond partisanship is required, and past experience working with bipartisan or cross-partisan coalitions is preferred. Knowledge of policy solutions to fight corruption, get big money out of politics, end gerrymandering, and give voters more voice and more choice is a plus.

    Reporting to the Political Director of the Campaign Accelerator, the Advisor will:

    Conceptualize and refine the most impactful and cost-effective strategies to position a successful campaign, while overseeing the creation and implementation of tailored assets and services necessary to win
    Cultivate relationships with key in-state partners and organizations, providing them with analysis, ideas, support, and other guidance
    Develop and advise on tactical, strategic, and communications plans for target campaigns
    Work closely with the RepresentUs Campaign Accelerator staff to ensure the support of state campaigns
    Oversee and provide quality control for campaign budgets and liaise with campaign funders
    Participate in strategic planning discussions to assess and advance national, state, and local strategy
    Track and report on key campaign metrics to internal and external stakeholders

    Skills and Experience

    Campaign management experience is required. Candidates without at least 1 cycle of experience managing a campaign will not be considered.
    Experience working on ballot initiatives strongly preferred. A track record working on political and/or advocacy campaigns is preferred.
    Ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously, meeting frequent deadlines. Experience managing multi-state portfolios is strongly preferred.
    Excellent communication skills, both oral and written, with demonstrated success communicating complex political strategies to diverse audiences.
    Excellent strategic thinking and execution skills; ability to meet goals within a complex and sophisticated landscape.
    Demonstrated experience managing partnerships and relationships at the state and local level, especially those with funders, campaign partners, consultants, and other stakeholders.
    Strong budget management skills.
    Ability to travel on behalf of the organization as needed (when safe). Advisors usually travel approximately 25% of the time.
    This is a remote position, and candidates must have consistent access to reliable internet and phone.

    Compensation and Benefits

    We are committed to bringing in top talent from all sectors. Accordingly, we offer competitive salaries and benefits, including health (Harvard Pilgrim HMO or UnitedHealthcare PPO network) and dental insurance (Delta Dental), both with family/spouse/domestic partner options, retirement benefits, a health reimbursement account, a dependent care account, disability insurance, a wellness benefit, a $1,500 annual professional development stipend, and four weeks paid vacation, plus personal and sick time.
    The annual salary range for the Campaign Advisor position is $65,000 to $105,000 depending on location and experience.

    To Apply

    Please apply online at represent.us/careers (No phone calls, please). Applications received by May 5, 2021, will be given preference. All applications are due by May 12. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

    You will be asked to provide:
    A cover letter
    A resume
    A one-page or less response to the following skills assessment: Voters in the City of Austin are considering two ballot questions on their May 1, 2021 ballots. Proposition E is a charter amendment to create ranked-choice voting for city elections. Proposition H is a charter amendment to adopt a voluntary public campaign finance program. For both Proposition E and Proposition H, please predict whether you think each will win or lose, explain your rationale for why you expect those outcomes, and write 2-3 questions you would ask the campaign to help you assess whether or not they will win or lose on both Propositions.

    About RepresentUs
    RepresentUs is the nation’s leading right-left anti-corruption organization. We bring together conservatives, progressives, and everyone in between to secure crucial victories that fix America’s broken political system.
    RepresentUs is a carefully curated mix of seasoned political campaigners, policy wonks, advertising experts, designers, and engineers. We’re not a startup, but we’ve got startup DNA: we’re nimble, constantly learning and iterating, and we push ourselves to push the envelope—to ignore “industry standards” and set a new standard.
    We are an inclusive organization that welcomes and celebrates perspectives from all races and ethnicities, genders and identities, political and ideological affiliations, and experiences. We want everyone to feel empowered to bring their authentic selves to work.
    We believe our political system should reflect the varied voices of our nation, and so should our team. That’s why we’re an Equal Opportunity Employer; people of color, women, people with disabilities, and LGBTQ candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

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  • Customer Support Consultant
    Employer: Hart InterCivic
    Location: Austin, TX
    Category: Customer Service

    The Customer Support Consultant is responsible for providing application and hardware support to Hart InterCivic customers via telephone and email for all Hart InterCivic products. The Customer Support Consultant is also responsible for monitoring all requests to ensure efficient, effective resolution. The successful Customer Support Consultant will work directly with customers and other staff members. The position is responsible for responding to customer contacts, dealing with issues in a professional manner, providing technical direction to customers in a manner they can understand and being a customer advocate. The Customer Support Consultant must have outstanding written and verbal communication skills.

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  • Democracy Summit Project Manager
    Employer: RepresentUS
    Location:  
    Category: Program Manager

    About RepresentUs

    RepresentUs is the nation’s leading right-left anti-corruption organization. We bring together conservatives, progressives, and everyone in between to secure crucial victories that defend our Republic and fix America’s corrupt political system.
    But what it means for you, potential coworker, is that you feel what we feel when you wake up every day: a strong sense of purpose that binds you to the spirit of this nation, and an overwhelming sense that you should do something about it. And you want to work with people who feel the same.
    RepresentUs is a carefully curated mix of seasoned political campaigners, policy wonks, advertising experts, designers, and engineers. We’re not a startup, but we’ve got startup DNA: we’re nimble, constantly learning and iterating, and we push ourselves to push the envelope—to ignore “industry standards” and set a new standard.

    Democracy is for all, and at RepresentUs, so is our workplace. That’s why we’re an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to evolving our staff and board to reflect the full diversity of America and the communities we aim to serve. As we seek the best of the best to join our ranks, we welcome applications from all walks of life (including but not limited to BIPOC/people of color, women, people with disabilities, and LGBTQ candidates) because we know that our democracy-building work has greater impact when we center diverse backgrounds, perspectives and ideologies. Once on the team, we encourage our teammates to bring their whole selves to work. We’re continually working to increase our cultural awareness, strengthen our approach to equity, and foster a climate of inclusion in all that we do. We invite you to belong with us! Read our statement on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion here.

    We’re headquartered in Northampton, MA and also have staff around the country. Come win with us!

    About Unrig

    Unrig Summit is the premier right-left summit to solve America’s political crisis. It’s the brightest minds from the right and left working together to unrig our broken system. In 2018, we convened the movement in New Orleans, and in 2019, we came together again in Nashville.

    For 2021, the Summit comes in an exciting and fresh new format in Austin, TX.

    From October 9 – 11, the summit shines a bright light on the most vital and unmissable content for the democracy reform movement — powerful speakers, inspiring leaders, world class entertainment and more. This year is a more focused program in a more intimate setting, featuring an all-day lineup on one mainstage, a breakout room for interactive workshops and trainings, and a select few highly-curated experiences to help us connect and collaborate — and of course, Unrigged Live! an evening of world-class entertainment to celebrate our movement like never before.

    Together we’ll spotlight our movement’s most innovative ideas, most promising campaigns, and most inspiring speakers. You won’t want to miss a moment, and the streamlined program means you won’t have to.

    Since the inaugural Unrig Summit in 2018, participants have gone on to lead the largest wave of democracy reform victories in American history, including spearheading anti-gerrymandering initiatives in four states, (MI, UT, CO, MO), winning ethics, transparency, and campaign finance reforms in cities and states across the country, and restoring the vote to 1.4M citizens in Florida.

    About the Role

    Under the direction of the President & Co-founder, the Democracy Summit Project Manager will lead the 2021 Summit. This role is responsible for guiding the event from ideation to execution and managing the events team made up of consultants and RepresentUs staff.
    Location is flexible, and we currently allow staff to work from home during COVID-19 for safety. This position is a full-time temporary role ending November 30, 2021.

    What You’ll Be Doing

    Manage Summit staff and consultant event team; recruit, hire, and train additional team members as needed .
    Oversee the work of the event team, including assigning tasks, supervising work, and ensuring deliverables and deadlines are met.
    Design and implement team operating processes, project management systems, and project timelines.
    Manage the Summit budget and work within budget constraints.
    Stay up to date on convening best practices and implement learnings for the summit.
    Ensure that Summit is aligned with the organization’s diversity, equity, and inclusion objectives and that it is a diverse, equitable, and inclusive event.
    Maintain alignment between Summit and organizational goals and democracy reform movement needs.
    Serve as event lead with consultants on the ground in the lead up to and during the event.
    Support and fully understand all facets of the event from start to finish.

    Skills and Experience

    You are a leader accustomed to managing, training, and motivating teams (often temporary and local to event locations) under pressure to meet goals and deadlines.
    You are known as a top performer among event planners with experience in both large-scale projects and people management.
    You are just as savvy at securing bespoke, VIP services as you are at negotiating price and controlling costs.
    Every process you touch becomes twice as efficient– you have excellent organizational, system building, evaluation, and written and verbal communication skills.
    You’re a strategic thinker who simultaneously sees the big picture and maintains sharp attention to detail.
    You have the ability to work effectively with a variety of stakeholders including: staff across all levels of the organization, consultants, volunteers, donors, members/constituents, external partners, and the general public. Courteous and professional in all communications.
    You consistently demonstrate common sense, flexibility and teamwork. Must be able to problem solve and adapt or modify plans, timelines or processes in response to changing circumstances.
    You are committed to changing the world for the better

    Compensation and Benefits

    This position full-time temporary position starting May 1, 2021and ending November 30, 2021.
    The annual salary range for the Democracy Summit Project Manager position is $70,000-$85,000 (based on year of experience and demographic location).

    To Apply

    Please provide a resume, cover letter, and a brief description of your experience level related to each bullet point in the “What You’ll Be Doing” list.

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  • Election Audit Specialist
    Employer: VotingWorks
    Location:  
    Category: Specialist

    About VotingWorks: VotingWorks is a non-partisan non-profit founded on the powerful idea that the operating system of our democracy should be publicly owned. Every citizen’s vote is sacred, and every citizen deserves evidence that our elections are free and fair. We’re using open-source software, off-the-shelf hardware, and modern product engineering to make elections dramatically safer, more accessible, and more affordable. Affordability may sound pedestrian, but it is key. The front line of America’s election security rests in the hands of the 50% of US counties that struggle to afford basic services, let alone upgrade aging voting equipment. About the Job: Your goal is to make election administrators successful when running Arlo, VotingWorks’ risk-limiting audit software, to conduct risk-limiting election audits. You succeed when these election administrators succeed in delighting audit board members, voters, and the public. You’ll need to become very skilled with the Arlo software, the VotingWorks voting machines and general risk-limiting audit procedures. You’ll support election administrators and audit board members with tier 1 support (basic software and procedure questions) that includes light training and troubleshooting in preparation for and during audit conduct remotely. Occasionally, you’ll be asked to provide the same support in-person. Your enthusiasm for the product, the process, the mission, and the team should be infectious, surpassed only by your organizational skills and ability to multitask. You know that no matter how robust a technology, at the end of the day it’s people who make other people successful and you feel personally responsible for ensuring that everyone who uses Arlo feels successful.

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  • Election Data Specialist
    Employer: Boulder County
    Location: Boulder, CO
    Category: Specialist

    The Boulder County Clerk and Recorder’s office, Elections Division, has an opening for an Election Data Specialist position. Boulder County Elections is committed to setting the state and nationwide gold standard for what an accurate, transparent, organized, and efficient election looks like, and this position is critical to our success in fulfilling that aim. The Elections Division is committed to continual improvement, and we are looking for a team member who can help strengthen our team and our work by overseeing mission-critical process areas that demonstrate accountability to the public while also assuring data integrity through data extraction, processing, analysis and storage.

    The objective of this position is to create, maintain, manage, and interact with operational and analytical tools which assist elections staff in ensuring the integrity of voter and elections data. This position will create and reconcile a variety of reports that demonstrate the requirements for the certification of an election. This position will also assist election staff in creating and maintain additional reports and with a variety of data needs. To meet these goals, this position also requires an understanding of and experience with relational database systems.

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  • Elections Director
    Employer: Jefferson County
    Location: Golden , CO
    Category: Director

    Jefferson County Government, CO

    Close Date: 05/10/21
    Full time-$87,014.48-$139,223.15
    Category:Executive Management
    CR Administration
    Purpose
    Are you seeking more than a paycheck?

    Do you want to serve your community in a way that’s friendly, composed, and professional? At JeffCo, we are looking for customer-focused individuals just like YOU who take pride in their work, have an eye for detail, and believe in a positive attitude. Whether you are coming from a job where travel is mandatory, or leaving a company with an overwhelming schedule, you can find a better quality of life working with the JeffCo community. We offer exciting benefits such as flex time, generous holiday schedules, and regular business hours so you can stay put, spend more time with family, and enjoy all the amenities Jefferson County has to offer!

    If you are looking for a great opportunity for your career to take off, then this position welcomes you to work for a County that thrives on working collaboratively and overcoming challenges. We are seeking someone who has a strong work-ethic, is a self-starter, loves what they do and is motivated to share their knowledge and experience with those who they work with.
    The Elections Director leads the division responsible for planning, organizing, and executing the federal, state, and local elections in one of the top swing counties in the country. With significant autonomy, the Elections Director performs high-level technical and administrative activities, responsible both for setting the division’s strategy and ensuring flawless day-to-day operations, as required in elections. The Elections Director also liaises with internal and external stakeholders, fostering collaboration from across the political spectrum for all the division’s activities.

    The ideal candidate will be a solutions-driven professional with a desire to set the bar for accessible, efficient, and transparent election administration. This person must be innovative and data-driven, must be relentlessly detail-oriented, and must come to work every day thinking how to further expand the accessibility of our elections, while also ensuring their integrity and security. The candidate must also have the proven ability to move between diverse tasks with ease, and must thrive in a high-stress, high-scrutiny environment.
    Leading project management for the administration of federal, state, coordinated, recall, and special elections for Jefferson County.
    Overseeing administration, development, and maintenance of voter registration.
    Performing managerial duties for full time employees of the division, including performance management, training, and employee relations.
    Planning, testing, and scrutinizing to ensure the utmost security of election administration and election data.
    Innovating and collaborating to enable maximum voter participation and accessibility.
    Studying national and state best practices and working to implement efficiencies using data and metrics.
    Providing accessibility and transparency by answering constituent questions about Jefferson County elections.
    Ensuring compliance with applicable election laws, Secretary of State election rules, and county policy through appropriate certification, training, and communication for division staff.
    Coordinating with Public and Government Affairs Director to facilitate voter education and outreach.
    Participating in state statute and rule-making review with Secretary of State and Colorado County Clerks Association.
    Coordinating, attending, and contributing to meetings on behalf of the division with internal and external stakeholders.
    Preparing and administering the division’s annual budget.
    QUALIFICATIONS:
    Minimum qualifications

    Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent combination of education and experience.
    Five (5) or more years of elections administration experience.
    Three (3) or more years of supervisory experience.
    Preferred qualifications

    Colorado elections administration experience strongly preferred.
    Familiarity with election law and Colorado Secretary of State rules required.
    Strong supervisory skills.
    Experience working with stakeholders across the political spectrum.
    Excellent written and oral communicator.
    Experience with data analysis and setting KPIs.
    Availability to work much more than 40 hours per week during election time, and to be accessible by phone and email after hours.
    Ability to thrive in a high-pressure, high-scrutiny, public-facing office.
    Recruitment Process: You are able to see your status and any communication when you log into your candidate portal. Listed below are the steps in our recruiting process:

    Once the job bulletin has closed, the Talent Acquisition Team evaluates all applications based on the minimum requirements listed in the qualifications section of the job bulletin.
    Next, the Talent Acquisition Team reviews applications for the preferred skills. While these skills are not a requirement for the position, they will contribute to the success of the new hire in this role. These skills are scored and the highest scoring applicants will be forwarded to the next step.
    The next step includes the hiring team reviewing applications and deciding who to contact for a phone screen/interview. The number of applications forwarded for Manager Review depends on the hiring teams request and can range from 10 applications to everyone who meets minimum requirements; not everyone who makes it to Manager Review is guaranteed an interview.
    If the hiring team wishes to speak with you further, they will reach out to you via phone call or email using the contact information listed on your application. You may receive emails asking you to complete a task within your candidate portal and it is important that you are receiving our emails as we do not want you to miss out on an opportunity.
    The time frame for contacting applicants depends on the hiring team’s schedule/workload and how many applications were referred for manager review. Please note that Jefferson County receives on average over 100 applications per job bulletin.

    Thank you for your patience and for your interest in Jefferson County Government! We wish you success through this process. Do not forget to sign up for Job Interest Alerts through your candidate portal to receive email alerts for future positions you are interested in.

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  • General Registrar
    Employer: Prince William County
    Location: Woodbridge, VA
    Category: Registrar

    The Prince William County Electoral Board is seeking a General Registrar to provide leadership and management in the Office of Elections in Prince William County, Virginia. We are one of Virginia’s fastest-growing counties with a diverse population of 470,000 citizens and over 300,000 registered voters. The General Registrar is an appointed state employee and sworn official with overall responsibility for administering the provisions of Virginia election laws under guidelines established by the State Board of Elections and the Prince William County Electoral Board, including the duties and powers of the General Registrar as stated in Title 24.2 of the Code of Virginia and in compliance with other federal, state and local laws and policies. With yearly and frequent elections, the General Registrar is responsible for the oversight of a large and complex voter registration and election administration agency with approximately 20 full-time employees and more than 1,000 election officers. The General Registrar consults with, advises and reports to the Prince William County Electoral Board on all issues relative to election administration and voter registration.
    The General Registrar, working with the Electoral Board identifies suitable polling places, acquires and test voting and other equipment, recruits and trains Officers of Election, and obtains technical support and financial resources. Salary: $100,000 – $130,000/yr – commensurate with experience. Deadline: June 16.

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  • Inventory Control Specialist
    Employer: Wake County Board of Elections
    Location: Raleigh, NC
    Category: Specialist

    The Wake County Board of Elections is currently seeking an experienced Inventory Control Specialist to join our Board of Elections Team. The ideal candidate will be a detail-oriented, supply management professional with exceptional organizational skills. As a part of the Board of Elections Team, you are responsible for performing technical and administrative procedures to ensure timely and accurate elections.

    What will you do as an Inventory Control Specialist on the Board of Elections team?

    Perform administrative and warehouse duties
    Communicate inventory budgetary needs to place orders
    Maintain equipment and supplies inventories
    Manage the inventory of election equipment and supplies in a database
    Arrange existing inventory, stock shelves, and manage supply deliveries
    Receive and inspect delivered items
    Submit billing statements and monitor pricing arrangements with the Board of Elections Finance Team
    Establish and maintain relationships with vendors
    Control inventory levels and assess department needs
    Maintain equipment warranties
    Compile monthly and annual inventory counts and reports
    Organize demonstrations of new products
    Assist with the planning, packing, and auditing of election supplies
    Maintain quality assurance and accountability of all supplies by repairing damaged items or replacing them as needed
    Assist with the management of official documents in accordance to retention schedules
    Assist with the moving company coordination to plan the distribution and collection of election equipment to and from up to 206 polling places and 20 +/- early voting sites for each election
    Assist in the plan for multiple remote locations for supply distribution and collection
    Train temporary staff on processes and procedures for various tasks
    Load and unload pallets with a forklift in preparation for supply distribution and return
    Assist other teams in the office with printing and packing election documents, use of the warehouse dock for deliveries, supply distribution and training events
    Work with contractors and outside vendors regarding facility repair and maintenance for the warehouse
    Assist in the inspections of potential facilities to be used as polling places
    Inspect a variety of structures to ensure compliance with ADA regulations
    Evaluate processes and programs and recommend changes in procedures
    Pursue ways to streamline routine functions
    Maintain a safe and organized work environment by implementing routine preventative maintenance programs for the elections warehouse
    Cross-train with other divisions in the office to gain better knowledge of the elections process
    Manage seasonal temporary employees

    Hiring Range: $17.49 – $23.60

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  • Recruitment Coordinator
    Employer: Wake County Board of Elections
    Location: Raleigh, NC
    Category: Recruitment

    Wake County operates the largest number of Election Day polling places in North Carolina. It takes 2,500+ Precinct Officials to operate our 206 polling places each election and up to 1,200+ Officials to operate Early Voting locations. The Board of Elections Recruitment Coordinator manages the appointment and assignment of Precinct Officials to work in Wake County elections.

    The Board of Elections Recruitment Coordinator will oversee and assist a team of permanent and temporary employees in performing the following responsibilities:

    • Recruit and assign sufficient Election Official staff to work at 206 Election Day polling places and up to 20 Early Voting Sites
    • Design and maintain a database of 14,000+ Election Officials
    • Receive and evaluate Election Official applications in a timely and efficient manner
    • Receive and process Election Officials’ taxpayer-identification forms
    • Work closely with political parties and civic groups to recruit new Election Officials
    • Work and collaborate with a temporary staffing agency to onboard and manage a pool of up to 1,200 Early Voting Officials
    • Compile and audit weekly timesheets for up to 1,200 Early Voting Officials
    • Develop and conduct routine audits to ensure Election Official data is accurate
    • Communicate with Election Official applicants via e-mail, telephone, and in-person correspondence
    • Draft notices, updates, and other communications for a pool of 14,000+ Election Officials
    • Maintain a thorough knowledge of federal and state election laws
    • Calculate costs of supplies, services, and programs to be submitted in the budget
    • Compile a pay report for all Election Officials who work on Election Day
    • Ensure compliance with the retention schedule for relevant Election Official documents
    • Ensure all Election Officials complete required training prior to each new election
    • Manage the online training system used by Election Officials to register for in-person training and to complete online training
    • Perform routine user uploads of Election Officials to the online training system

    Hiring Range: $20.19 – $27.26

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  • Registrar of Voters - San Diego County
    Employer: San Diego County
    Location: San Diego, CA
    Category: Administration

    The Registrar of Voters is an executive management position that leads the Department and provides eligible citizens of San Diego County with widespread and ongoing opportunities to register and vote in fair and accurate elections for all federal, state and local offices and measures; and provides access to the information needed to utilize the initiative, referendum, and recall petition processes.

    Qualified candidates will possess a bachelor’s degree and five years of management level experience that demonstrates the ability to perform the essential functions of the classification.

    The ideal candidate for this position will have executive level decision-making skills in the area of election administration, as well as organizational and political acumen in order to advise and provide direction for ROV programs and services. Candidates familiar with election administration principles, campaign finance, election technologies, voting procedures, and federal and state election laws, are preferred.

    This recruitment will remain open until the position is filled. Interested applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible for consideration.

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  • Virtual Event Planner
    Employer: Early Voting Information Center
    Location: Portland, OR
    Category: Event Planning

    The Early Voting Information Center (EVIC) at Reed College seeks out a virtual event planner and project manager with a strong understanding of United States politics, particularly as it relates to election policy, to help lead, coordinate, plan, and execute an applied research project focused on understanding and strengthening the capacity of local election administrators in the United States. EVIC seeks out an individual who can help to coordinate and engage academic teams, local and state elections officials, and other stakeholders engaged in the research efforts.  The lead project team is located in Portland, Oregon, but remote work is possible. Time demands are expected to be ten hours/week with some variation, beginning on or around May 1stand ending October 31, with a possibility of extension. Application: Interested candidates should send a short letter of interest, qualifications, and description of applicable experience; and a resume or curriculum vita to Karen Perkins at red@reed.edu.

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