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  • CEO
    Employer: Democracy Works
    Location:  
    Category: Executive

    Democracy Works seeks a strategic, committed leader to serve as its Chief Executive Officer. Democracy Works’ rise over the last 11 years was led by its Founding Chief Executive Officer who will be stepping down at the end of 2021. The incoming CEO will step into an organization in strong financial and strategic health, with an exceptional team. Reporting to Democracy Works’ Board of Directors, the CEO will serve as the organization’s most senior external advocate and fundraiser, overseeing the organization’s continued growth in its current moment and beyond. The CEO will also set organizational strategy, enabling Democracy Works to continue to deliver consistent, high-quality products, research, and expert assistance in pursuit of a fairer voting system. As the organization’s primary strategic leader, the CEO will support Democracy Works’ leadership team and staff to achieve exceptional results and impact at scale. Upon starting, it is anticipated that the CEO will lead an organizational strategic review and a foundational analysis of organizational strengths and opportunities in the areas of diversity, equity, inclusion, and access working closely with staff to chart its course into the future. The CEO will play a critical leadership role to foster an inclusive workplace that not only values and is responsive to the diversity of staff and the audiences it serves, but elevates all voices and identities across its work internally and with external partners. CEO will also build the organization’s internal capacity to ensure diversity, equity, and inclusion are central tenets of Democracy Works and are embedded across the organization. The CEO will directly manage a senior leadership team of 8 and an organization of over 60 staff.

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  • Counsel
    Employer: Fair Elections Center
    Location:  
    Category: Counsel

    Fair Elections Center is a national, nonpartisan, non-profit voting rights and election reform organization based in Washington, D.C. Our mission is to use litigation and advocacy to remove barriers to registration and voting, particularly those disenfranchising underrepresented and marginalized communities, and to improve election administration. Fair Elections Center is seeking an attorney with a background or strong interest in civil rights, voting rights, and/or election reform to join our legal team. The Center has an aggressive and expanding litigation docket, including pending challenges to the arbitrary felon voting rights restoration scheme in Kentucky, restrictions and penalties imposed on voter registration activity and voter assistance for persons with disabilities in Florida, and unnecessary barriers to the use of student IDs as voter ID in Wisconsin. Recent cases include a First Amendment challenge to Florida’s arbitrary voting rights restoration system which resulted in the first court order striking down a state felon disenfranchisement or re-enfranchisement scheme in over 30 years, and lawsuits in Wisconsin, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Louisiana, and Kentucky to make voting safer and more accessible during the COVID-19 pandemic. Salary: $85,000 to $100,000.

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  • Director of Elections & Voter Services (Assistant City Clerk)
    Employer: City of Minneapolis
    Location: Minneapolis, MN
    Category: Director

    We’re a division of the Office of the City Clerk. We administer local, state, and federal elections for Minneapolis voters. Our estimated population is 430,000 with about 270,000 registered voters. We champion civic participation for all Minneapolis citizens through accurate, fair, and accessible elections. We strive to be leaders in election administration through innovation and collaboration. As the largest and most vibrant city in the state, Minneapolis depends on purposeful, dedicated and innovative employees. Minneapolis has a large variety of careers for people of all experiences and backgrounds who come together for a singular purpose—serving the residents, businesses and visitors of Minneapolis. The Assistant City Clerk is responsible for the direction of a business line in the City Clerk’s Office, including acting as the Responsible Authority and Data Compliance Official, Chief Elections Official, or Chief Legislative Officer.

    1. Responsible for the direction of a business line, including developing strategic goals with the City Clerk Council/Council Leadership; and developing, implementing, and maintaining programs to implement those goals.
    2. Manage multiple competing projects of varying complexity across the department and enterprise.
    3. Manage the daily operations of the department, including budget, financial, personnel issues, departmental business plans, involvement in Council office matters, and various special projects.
    4. Develop, implement, and manage initiatives that improve the service delivery to City administration, and the public.
    5. Develop strategic goals with the City Clerk; and develop, implement, and maintain programs to implement those goals.
    6. Collaborate with the City Clerk on the preparation of annual budgets, budget presentations, emergency operations and continuity of operations plans.
    7. Oversee the preparation of reports, research efforts, planning documents and presentations to elected officials, stakeholder groups and the public.
    8. Supervise divisional staff, delegating, coaching, and developing the staff’s professional expertise, and fostering an atmosphere that values the rewards responsiveness, innovation, thoroughness and professionalism.
    9. Establish and maintain effective organizational and public relations through the development and implementation of outreach and engagement plans, including hosting events and presenting to the public.
    10. Partner and provide professional consultation to City leadership, departments, and other partners, internal and external to the City enterprise.
    11. Research, and respond to Mayor and Council Member inquiries and issues independently, including complex requests from policy-makers, the media, and the public involving significant amounts of data or sensitive data.
    12. Manage multiple competing projects of varying complexity across the department and enterprise.
    13. Oversee and ensure the Implementation of program goals and objectives.
    14. Work with the City Clerk regarding support, discipline. and discharge of staff from the department, and when handling controversial or politically sensitive issues.
    15. Provide leadership of department-wide initiatives and City-wide initiatives, and oversight of financial decisions for the City Clerk’s Office.
    16. Establish and enforce administrative policies, procedures, and standards for the Office.
    17. Act as the City Clerk as assigned.

    Salary: $112,139.04 – $132,934.88

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  • Elections Administrator
    Employer: Hood County
    Location: Granbury, TX
    Category: Administration

    Hood County, Texas is looking for an Elections Administrator.

    Provides customer assistance necessary in structuring, organizing and implementing the voter registration process and the county election process.

    Examples of Important Responsibilities and Duties—Important responsibilities and duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:

    • Perform voter registration duties and the duties of organizing and conducting elections for the county.

    • Hire, supervise and train department employees and election workers.

    • Custodian of election equipment and all election records.

    • Effectively manage public relations for the Election Administrator office by providing election information, issuing press releases, conducting interviews and participating in interviews with the media.

    • Prepare and present annual department budget for approval of the County Elections Commission.

    • Make reports to and work closely with the County Election Commission as well as the County Commissioners Court.

    • Provide the clerical assistance needed by the Commissioners Court in canvassing precinct election returns.

    • Responsible for filing of petitions, determining their validity and any other matters preceding the ordering of the election.

    • Be willing to work and possibly contract with other political subdivisions in the county for their election needs.

    • Attend annual Texas Secretary of State Election Law Seminar and any other functions deemed necessary.

    • Represent the county in an honest and professional manner.

    • Perform any and all other duties of an Election Administrator as set forth in the Texas Election Code.

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  • Elections Manager
    Employer: Clackamas County
    Location: Oregon City, OR
    Category: Manager

    Elections Manager, County of Clackamas, Oregon in Oregon City. Job ID106027. Clackamas County Clerk’s Office Elections Division seeks an experienced leader and elections professional to join our team as the county’s Elections Manager.

    Our Election Manager must manage and supervise elections flawlessly and with transparency, honoring and counting every vote. The incumbent will plan, organize and manage all general, primary, and special elections held in the county and ensure elections procedures and records comply with statutory requirements. Additionally, the position has supervision over four technical and clerical support personnel and, during elections, up to 100 temporary employees.

    The Elections Manager is responsible for managing the technical and administrative activities of the Elections Division, including voter registration, candidate filing, ballot preparation, voting, vote tallying, jurisdictional mapping, reporting, and other requirements related to conducting special, primary, and general elections in compliance with federal, state, and local statutes, regulations, and rules.

    Competitive applicants will be highly motivated, detail-oriented, and have well-developed management and supervisory skills. A demonstrated ability to maintain an environment of high integrity and dependability is critical in the role.

    Equity, diversity, and inclusion are at the core of everything we do. Clackamas County is committed to building a workforce that reflects the community we serve. In that spirit, we encourage applicants of diverse backgrounds and experiences to apply.

    Salary: $ 78,088.26 – $ 105,420.58

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  • Executive Assistant (Republican)
    Employer: Lucas County Board of Elections
    Location: Toledo, OH
    Category: Assistant

    Reports to the Deputy Director; prepares reports, letters and create forms as required; prepares a variety of documents; assists with the preparation of ballot language according to statutory requirements and reports language for approval to the Secretary of State’s Office and County Prosecutor’s Office; assists with the preparation of legal notices for advertisement purposes according to statutory requirements; prepares timely financial reporting to the Secretary of State, the Lucas County Commissioner and the Office of Budget and Management.

    Must be a registered Republican.

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  • Government Services Strategy Impact and Learning Associate
    Employer: CTCL
    Location:  
    Category: Associate

    Election officials want to administer elections where every eligible voter can easily and securely cast their vote. But moving from intention to real-world impact can be challenging, especially without evidence of what works and what doesn’t work.

    As the Strategy, Impact, & Learning Associate on CTCL’s Government Services team, you will help measure and maximize the impact of CTCL’s work supporting election officials. You will identify metrics, design evaluations, coordinate with partners, and collect and analyze data. You will contribute to a culture of learning at the heart of CTCL’s Gov Services team, which will expand outward to our partners that work directly with election offices, and expand further outward to every election office in the country. You will be filling a new position and will report to the Senior Strategy, Impact, and Learning Manager.

    If you care about democracy, if you believe in the importance of public service, and if you love to exceed expectations, this is the job for you.

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  • North Carolina Organizer
    Employer: RepresentUS
    Location: , NC
    Category: Organizer

    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 are defending our Republic and fixing 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 have passed 124 Anti-Corruption Acts and Resolutions in cities & states across the country (and counting!) Come win with us!

    About The Role :
    In 2021, Represent Us is ramping up our efforts to defend democracy by combatting gerrymandering in key states across the country. Field Organizers are the face of the campaign in their communities and are responsible for building and empowering the volunteer infrastructure for the Anti-Gerrymandering campaign in North Carolina.
    The North Carolina Organizer will work to build and support RepresentUs volunteer teams in the state. They’ll work with these chapters to plan events, trainings, and garner press in support of fair district maps in the 2021 redistricting process.
    Field Organizers will report to the NC Organizing Manager.

    What You’ll Be Doing:
    Build Represent Us teams in 1-3 locations
    Recruit volunteers – Build a volunteer base through relational community outreach.
    Develop leaders – Train volunteers to take on immediate leadership. Develop ongoing leaders.
    Organize campaign events as necessary to promote fair maps.
    Events may include grassroots lobby days, house parties, phonebanks, town halls, press conferences, volunteer trainings, rallies and more.
    Occasionally represent RepUs to press, partners and in coalitions.
    Secure media coverage – Execute media events and place letters to the editor.
    Participate in strategic planning, administrative tasks, and internal meetings as necessary.
    Reporting – Track campaign progress with daily and weekly reports.

    Required Skills and Experience:
    Strong personal connection to North Carolina. You live in the state. Experience working in North Carolina outside of the Triangle area preferred.
    Self starter and problem solver. You’re not afraid of a challenge and will hit the ground running. Comfort learning and applying new skills quickly.
    Commitment to working beyond partisanship – experience with cross-partisan coalitions is preferred.
    Must have access to personal transportation by vehicle and ability to travel regularly around the western half of the state using that transportation, sometimes on short notice.
    Willingness to work occasional nights and weekends as needed to accommodate event schedules.
    1-3 years of organizing, advocacy or other relevant experience preferred.
    Deep experience working in and with Black, Indigenous, Latine, or other Communities of Color preferred.
    Volunteer leadership/management experience, especially involving multiple volunteer teams preferred.
    Passion for voting rights, campaign finance reform and good governance issues preferred.
    Bilingual or multilingual preferred.
    Experience with conservative or libertarian groups.

    Compensation and Benefits:
    The annual salary range for the State Organizer position is $20-28 per hour depending on location and years of experience.

    Physical Requirements:
    RepresentUs is committed to supporting employees of varying abilities and to providing reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities to thrive at RepresentUs.
    The requirements of this role, related to its physical demands, described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
    All employees must be able to operate a computer and use a cell phone. We take the COVID-19 pandemic seriously, so for roles that include frequent travel expectations or in-person gatherings, we will discuss reasonable alternatives when possible. Most roles also require communicating with key external stakeholders of the organization in person, via the telephone, or via email. Applicants with questions about accommodations may request to speak with our ADA liaison, Twanna Freeman, ADA@represent.us.

    Essential functions of the role include:
    Working from a computer for long periods of time;
    While performing the duties of this job, the employee may also frequently be required to communicate using the telephone, email, and in person with stakeholders; and
    This position is eligible for flexible work hour arrangements.

    To Apply:
    Please apply online at represent.us/careers and be sure to attach all requested materials. No phone calls please.

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  • Pennsylvania Organizer (Temporary)
    Employer: RepresentUS
    Location: , PA
    Category: Organizer

    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 are defending our Republic and fixing 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 have passed 124 Anti-Corruption Acts and Resolutions in cities & states across the country (and counting!) Come win with us!

    About The Role :
    In 2021, Represent Us is ramping up our efforts to defend democracy by combatting gerrymandering in key states across the country. Field Organizers enable everyday citizens to be the face of the campaign in their communities and are responsible for building up and empowering volunteers for the Anti-Gerrymandering campaign in Pennsylvania.
    The Pennsylvania Organizer will build and support RepresentUs volunteer teams in the state. They’ll empower these teams to plan events, trainings, and garner press in support of fair district maps in the 2021 redistricting process.
    This five-month temporary Field Organizer position will report to the PA Organizing Manager.

    What You’ll Be Doing:
    Build RepresentUs teams in 1-3 locations
    Recruit volunteers – Build a volunteer base through relational community outreach.
    Develop leaders – Train volunteers to take on immediate leadership. Develop ongoing leaders.
    Organize campaign events to promote fair maps.
    Events may include grassroots lobby days, house parties, phonebanks, town halls, press conferences, volunteer trainings, rallies and more.
    Occasionally represent RepUs to press, partners and in coalitions.
    Secure media coverage – Execute media events and place letters to the editor.
    Participate in strategic planning, administrative tasks, and internal meetings as necessary.
    Reporting – Track campaign progress with daily and weekly reports.
    Meeting – Collaborate regularly with direct supervisor and other RepresentUs staff to plan, track, and execute campaigns.

    Required Skills and Experience:
    Strong personal connection to Pennsylvania, preferably western Pennsylvania. You live in the state.
    Self starter and problem solver. You’re not afraid of a challenge and will hit the ground running. Comfort learning and applying new skills quickly.
    Commitment to working beyond partisanship – experience with cross-partisan coalitions is preferred.
    Must have access to personal transportation by vehicle and ability to travel regularly around the western half of the state using that transportation, sometimes on short notice.
    Ability to work occasional nights and weekends as needed to for special event schedules.
    Recruiter who’s able to mobilize community and personal networks and/or use creative ideas to build a group of people quickly.
    Passion for voting rights, campaign finance reform, and/or good governance issues.
    Experience with preparing people or statements for the purpose of interacting with press or other news organizations.
    Experience working with conservative or libertarian groups preferred.
    Deep experience working with Black, Indigenous, Latine, or other Communities of Color preferred.
    Bilingual or multilingual (AAVE counts!) preferred.
    1-3 years of organizing, advocacy or other relevant experience preferred.

    Compensation and Benefits:
    The annual salary range for the State Organizer position is $20-28 per hour depending on location and years of experience.

    Physical Requirements:
    RepresentUs is committed to supporting employees of varying abilities and to providing reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities to thrive at RepresentUs.
    The requirements of this role, related to its physical demands, described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
    All employees must be able to operate a computer and use a cell phone. We take the COVID-19 pandemic seriously, so for roles that include frequent travel expectations or in-person gatherings, we will discuss reasonable alternatives when possible. Most roles also require communicating with partners and other important people outside of the organization in person, via the telephone, or via email. Applicants with questions about accommodations may request to speak with our ADA liaison, Twanna Freeman, ADA@represent.us.

    Essential functions of the role include:
    Working from a computer for long periods of time;
    While performing the duties of this job, the employee may also frequently be required to communicate using the telephone, email, and in person with stakeholders; and
    This position is eligible for flexible work hour arrangements.

    To Apply:
    Please apply online at represent.us/careers and be sure to attach all requested materials. No phone calls please.

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  • Policy and Compliance Administrator
    Employer: Denver City & County
    Location: Denver, CO
    Category: Administration

    Employment Requirement: City employees must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. All persons offered a position will be required to provide valid proof of vaccination prior to starting employment. Refer to the COVID-19 Employee Vaccination Mandate Candidate Q&A for additional information.

    This posting will accept applications until November 14th. Please apply as soon as possible.

    About the Office of the Clerk and Recorder

    The Denver Office of the Clerk and Recorder serves Denver residents through two divisions: elections and Clerk and Recorder. By making more than 11 million records available online and providing electronic recording, the Office of the Clerk and Recorder allows people to do business more efficiently 24 hours a day. It is responsible for managing technology to collect, preserve and disseminate records that reflect and verify ownership, transfer, encumbrance, and foreclosure rights of all real property in the City and County of Denver. It issues and records marriage and domestic partnership licenses; administers records for elections and lobbyist information, has executive authorization to formally execute all contractual agreements with the City, and has executive and legislative authorization to formally implement and publish all policies, ordinances and appointments in the City and County of Denver.

    About the Denver Elections Division

    The Elections Division provides comprehensive, nationally-recognized, election services for the City and County of Denver. These services include voter records management, voter services, petition management, election administration, elections operations, and strategic communications and outreach. The Elections program goal is to conduct fair, accurate, accessible, secure, transparent, efficient and reliable elections.

    Diversity in the City

    The City and County of Denver is committed to cultivating a culture of equity, diversity, and inclusion. This commitment is woven into our values and belief that we are strongest when we embrace and celebrate our differences. We aim to have employees who are as diverse as our residents, with different perspectives and unique ways of thinking. If you share these values and our enthusiasm for equity, we encourage you to apply to join our team.

    Do you have a passion for serving others? If so, we want to hear from you! The City and County of Denver has an exciting opportunity for a Policy and Compliance Administrator to serve in the Office of the Clerk & Recorder Paul D. López.

    In this position, you will work with both divisions to ensure the office’s compliance with federal and state law. As a home rule municipality, Denver is uniquely situated to be involved with both state law and its own charter and ordinances.

    Additionally, as the Policy and Compliance Administrator, you can expect to:

    Interpret Denver and Colorado law to advise the Denver Clerk and Recorder on compliance issues related to his duties and the functions of the office
    Draft legislation and administrative rules at the direction of the Clerk and Recorder.
    Serve as the Clerk’s legislative liaison to the Colorado General Assembly
    Conduct research for policy determinations as directed by the Clerk and Recorder; Meet with stakeholders and members of the community to achieve the Clerk’s policy goals
    Conduct comparative research and keep track of court cases
    Represent the Clerk on inter-agency and inter-governmental commissions, etc.
    Build strategic relationships for the Clerk and Recorder’s Office with other governmental entities, including the Colorado County Clerks’ Association
    Coordinate with the City Attorney’s office to determine the Clerk’s legal strategy for litigation
    Perform other duties as assigned or requested
    Assignments for this position are diverse in nature and require determining practical solutions in a fast-paced environment. The selected candidate will work independently, manage tight schedules, handle multiple tasks simultaneously, and sometimes work nights and weekends.

    About You
    We are looking for someone with some or all the following skills and experience:

    At least five years of professional experience in non-profit, government or corporate work analyzing policy impact and compliance
    A self-starter with the ability to work and execute assigned tasks independently
    An excellent communicator, with strong written and verbal communication skills
    Committed to the priorities of the Office of the Clerk & Recorder
    Strong interpersonal skills including the ability to work closely with a team
    Ability to manage multiple projects and work assignments while staying organized and adhering to deadlines
    Juris Doctorate degree
    Knowledge of Colorado voting model and state laws that govern it
    Understanding of compliance issues
    We realize your time is valuable so please do not apply if you do not have at least the following required minimum qualifications:

    Education requirement: Bachelor’s Degree in a related field based on a specific position(s).
    Experience Requirement: Three (3) years of experience at the type and level of an Administrator II in a specialized functional area.
    Education/Experience Equivalency: One (1) year of the appropriate type and level of experience may be substituted for each required year of post-high school education.
    Additional appropriate education may be substituted for the minimum experience requirements.

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  • Project Manager, Professional Servcies
    Employer:
    Location:  
    Category:

    SUMMARY:
    Project Managers at Hart InterCivic are highly motivated “self-starters” who are enthusiastic about providing exceptional customer service. Working with other members of the Professional Services and Operations teams, the Project Manager directs activity, solves problems, and develops lasting and strong relationships with our customers. Hart InterCivic’s unique and industry-known culture of innovation, transparency, and customer-centric focus creates an environment where team members will continually grow and be challenged to develop their careers.

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

     Acquire an expert level of knowledge of both the Hart Voting System and Verity Voting system
     Develop project plans and applicable subordinate plans, including identification of risks and contingency plans.
     Identify and schedule project deliverables, milestones, and required tasks.
     Assess client needs throughout the project and manage those needs, expectations and relationships.
     Direct and coordinate activities to ensure project progresses on schedule.
     Modify schedules and plans as required in response to changing project dynamics.
     Provide technical advice and resolve problems.
     Create a strong client relationship that encourages questions and participation.
     Participate in meetings, seminars, and training sessions to obtain information useful for supporting Hart’s customers, and integrate acquired information into project management and support methods.
     Agree to supplement PS projects with project management of Certification campaigns as requested by the Certification Manager and as agreed by the PS Manager

    SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:
    Ability to lead and coach others. While managing implementations, the Project Manager will be required to supervise all project team members. Supervisory functions may include direct job management, coaching, on-the-job training, evaluating, tracking time sheets, and/or providing logistical, strategic, and technical support.

    QUALIFICATIONS: The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    • Proficiency in project management processes and tools,
    • Strong customer-orientation,
    • Ability to facilitate change in organizations,
    • Strong customer presentation skills,
    • Organized and disciplined,
    • Highly energetic, creative, professionally assertive,
    • Ability to build long-term client relationships,
    • Ability to travel up to 80% of the time,
    • Demonstrated initiative/”self-starter” – assume responsibility for work and take initiative,

    EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: A minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree, or the equivalent, is required. Computer literacy is required. Elections administration experience is preferred. Project Management certification (PMP) s preferred, or five years project management experience in lieu of certification.

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS: This job requires significant amounts of travel. While the job should typically demand an average of 75% time spent in travel, during critical points in an installation more travel may be required. In order to accomplish problem analysis and troubleshooting of computer hardware, employees should be able to lift thirty pounds. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

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  • Wisconsin Organizer (Temporary)
    Employer: RepresentUS
    Location: , WI
    Category: Organizer

    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 are defending our Republic and fixing 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 have passed 124 Anti-Corruption Acts and Resolutions in cities & states across the country (and counting!) Come win with us!

    About The Role:
    In 2021, Represent Us is ramping up our efforts to defend democracy by combatting gerrymandering in key states across the country. Field Organizers are the face of the campaign in their communities and are responsible for building and empowering the volunteer infrastructure for the Anti-Gerrymandering campaign in Wisconsin.
    The Wisconsin Organizer will work to build, lead, and support RepresentUs volunteer teams in the state. They’ll work with these chapters to plan events, trainings, and garner press in support of fair district maps in the 2021 redistricting process.
    Field Organizers will report to the WI Organizing Manager.

    What You’ll Be Doing:
    Build Represent Us teams in 1-3 locations
    Recruit volunteers – Build a volunteer base through relational community outreach.
    Develop leaders – Train volunteers to take on immediate leadership. Develop ongoing leaders.
    Guide action – Lead volunteers in direct grassroots actions including elected official outreach, letter writing, events, and more.
    Organize campaign events to promote fair maps.
    Events may include grassroots lobby days, house parties, phonebanks, town halls, media events, volunteer trainings, rallies, and more.
    Occasionally represent RepUs to press, partners and in coalitions.
    Secure media coverage – Execute media events and assist in placing letters to the editor.
    Participate in strategic planning, administrative tasks, and internal meetings as necessary.
    Reporting – Track campaign progress with daily and weekly reports.
    Meeting – Collaborate regularly with direct supervisor and other RepresentUs staff to plan, track, and execute campaigns.

    Skills and Experience:
    Strong personal connection to Wisconsin. You live in the state. Experience living and working in Wisconsin outside of the Madison area is preferred.
    Self starter and problem solver. You’re not afraid of a challenge and will hit the ground running. Comfort learning and applying new skills quickly.
    Commitment to working beyond partisanship – experience with cross-partisan coalitions is preferred.
    Must have access to personal transportation by vehicle and ability to travel regularly around the state using that transportation, sometimes on short notice.
    Willingness to work occasional nights and weekends as needed to accommodate event schedules.
    1-3 years of organizing, advocacy or other relevant experience preferred.
    Deep experience working in and with Black, Indigenous, Latine, or other Communities of Color preferred.
    Volunteer leadership/management experience, especially involving multiple volunteer teams preferred.
    Passion for voting rights, campaign finance reform and good governance issues preferred.
    Bilingual or multilingual preferred.
    Experience with conservative or libertarian groups preferred.

    Compensation and Benefits: The salary range for the State Organizer position is $20-28 per hour depending on location and years of experience.

    Physical Requirements:
    RepresentUs is committed to supporting employees of varying abilities and to providing reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities to thrive at RepresentUs.
    The requirements of this role, related to its physical demands, described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
    All employees must be able to operate a computer and use a cell phone. We take the COVID-19 pandemic seriously, so for roles that include frequent travel expectations or in-person gatherings, we will discuss reasonable alternatives when possible. Most roles also require communicating with key external stakeholders of the organization in person, via the telephone, or via email. Applicants with questions about accommodations may request to speak with our ADA liaison, Twanna Freeman, ADA(at)represent.us.

    Essential functions of the role include:
    Working from a computer for long periods of time;
    While performing the duties of this job, the employee may also frequently be required to communicate using the telephone, email, and in person with stakeholders; and
    This position is eligible for flexible work hour arrangements.

    To Apply: Please apply online at represent.us/careers and be sure to attach all requested materials. No phone calls please.

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