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  • Campaign Manager
    Employer: Bipartisan Policy Center
    Location: Washington , DC
    Category: Manager

    BPC is currently seeking candidates for a new role—Campaign Manager—to support the work of the Elections Project. The Elections Project explores and analyzes the entire election ecosystem, from voter registration to casting a ballot to the counting and finalizing of results. Its goal is to help policymakers enact sustainable bipartisan policy reforms, informed by election officials, that improve the voting experience for a diverse electorate.

    The Elections Project most recently launched the Business Alliance for Effective Democracy. BPC created the Business Alliance to provide an objective forum designed to facilitate proactive corporate engagement on polarizing election policy issues. The Alliance—comprised largely of Fortune 100 companies—focuses on concrete actions that corporate stakeholders can take to shore up our democracy in this fraught political moment.

    The Elections Project also runs BPC’s Task Force on Elections. This group of 28 state and local election administrators seeks achievable, bipartisan policy solutions that can be implemented well across the country. The Task Force forms the basis of the Elections Project’s focus on state-based policy reforms for voting.

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  • Communications Liaison
    Employer: Hillsborough Supervisor of Elections
    Location: Tampa, FL
    Category: Communications

    ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION: The Supervisor of Elections administers all federal, state, county, municipal and special district elections in Hillsborough County. It’s our responsibility to process all voter registration applications received from qualified Florida residents, and also to educate Hillsborough County residents about registering to vote. We issue Voter Information Cards to all newly registered voters, and reissue those cards when there are changes to a voter’s registration information or polling place. Maintaining our voter database is a huge undertaking and one we take great care with. We hold countywide elections, as well as municipal elections for the City of Tampa, Plant City and Temple Terrace, and work with the county and municipalities periodically on reapportionment, redistricting and drawing precinct boundaries. Candidates for county, district and special district offices file and qualify for candidacy with our office. We also receive the forms and financial reports that candidates, committees and political parties are required to file. And our office verifies and certifies all petition signatures for candidates and ballot initiatives.

    The Supervisor of Elections will require all applicants scheduled to attend an on-boarding session on or after August 30, 2021 to show proof of being fully vaccinated before their employment can begin. Fully vaccinated is two full weeks after final vaccination shot.

    POSITION DESCRIPTION/PURPOSE
    Participates in all aspects of the communications department, engaging in a wide range of community outreach efforts to register voters and provide information about voting and elections, as well as working on event planning, marketing, media outreach and candidate services.

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

    –Plan, schedule and attend voter outreach events, including voter registration drives and educational presentations
    –Work towards agency objectives of registering all eligible voters, providing clear and accessible elections and voting information, and achieving voter turnout and participation goals
    –Support candidates in running for office by providing information, entering data, verifying petitions, and filing forms
    –Draft and distribute press releases, make follow-up media calls, and serve as a liaison with media during events
    –Assist in the development and distribution of marketing materials and social media posts
    –All other duties as assigned

    POSITION REQUIREMENTS
    –Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited four-year degree granting college or university or acceptable equivalent experience
    –Availability for evening and weekend events
    –Ability to work independently while also contributing as part of a team
    –Strong oral and written communication skills
    –Public speaking skills
    –Computer skills, including Microsoft Office products
    –Multi-lingual abilities are a plus
    –Must have a current, valid Florida Driver License

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  • Communications Manager
    Employer: Sarsota County Supervisor of Elections
    Location: Sarasota, FL
    Category: Manager

    Position Summary
    The position of Communications Manager is responsible for the development, implementation, and evaluation of communication initiatives for the Sarasota County Supervisor of Elections. These communication efforts include sharing timely and relevant election-related information with voters, media, government agencies and internal staff through written and electronic communications mediums. This nonpartisan and nonpolitical position supports the mission and responsibilities of the supervisor of elections; provides guidance and leadership to temporary and permanent office staff regarding all communications activities.

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  • Consultant
    Employer: The Carter Center
    Location:  
    Category: Consultant

    The Carter Center is guided by a fundamental commitment to promote human rights, alleviate human suffering, enhance freedom and democracy, and improve health conditions. The Center seeks a highly qualified, motivated and energetic consultant with extensive experience with election administration in Arizona, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, or Michigan to contribute to the Center’s US Elections Project.

    Start date: As soon as possible

    Location: work will be done remotely

    Length of assignment: 3 weeks from start of contract

    Background
    The Democracy Program at The Carter Center works globally to support democratic elections and strengthen participatory democracy, consistent with human rights. The overarching objective is to enhance democratic governance and increase effective political participation for all, especially groups that have been historically disadvantaged or that face political, cultural, or socioeconomic barriers. This includes women, racial and ethnic minorities, indigenous persons, persons with disabilities, youth, elderly people, and other marginalized groups.

    This consultant position will support the U.S. Election Project within the Democracy Program including a team of Carter Center staff and a consultant team, to conduct a short-term assessment of election related issues in Arizona, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, or Michigan, focusing on the electoral/political environment and the landscape for non-partisan election observation.

    Key Responsibilities
    · In close coordination with, and assisted by relevant project staff, participate in remote meetings with a broad range of relevant stakeholders in Arizona, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, or Michigan in order to provide expert analysis and advice to Carter Center staff on electoral developments and the landscape for non-partisan election observation in the state.
    · Together with project staff, assist in identifying and contacting key stakeholders such as political leaders, election officials, and civil society representatives to organize remote meetings to inform the assessment.
    · Prepare written talking points and background information in advance of meetings.
    · In consultation with other project staff, collect data to inform planning for a potential election observation mission.
    · Conduct other necessary prep work to support the assessment.
    · Draft a 4-6 page report on the findings of the assessment mission including analysis on key electoral and political issues in Arizona, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, or Michigan and assist in drafting a 2-page trip report for Carter Center senior management.
    · Remain available for consultation (phone or email) as final decisions are made by Carter Center staff regarding project implementation in Arizona, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, or Michigan.

    Preferred Qualifications
    · 5-10 years of election administration experience in the United States, preferably in Arizona, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, or Michigan;
    · Knowledge of key actors working on election issues in Arizona, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, or Michigan;
    · Good written and verbal communication skills;
    · Ability to work well remotely and as part of a nonpartisan team;
    · Ability to establish priorities, and to plan, co-ordinate and monitor own work.

    Compensation: Salary is commensurate with experience.

    Applications reviewed on a rolling basis, with a goal of filling the position as soon as possible. To apply, please use the below application link to submit a cover letter, CV and references. Only those candidates selected for an interview or additional consideration will be notified by the Center, no phone calls please.

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  • Director of Elections
    Employer: Utah Lieutenant Governor's Office
    Location: Salt Lake City, UT
    Category: Director

    The Lt. Governor’s Office is seeking a Director of Elections to provide administrative leadership and management to the Elections Office. The Director of Elections oversees the coordination of elections administration with county clerks and municipal recorders. These activities include election official and poll worker training, voter registration, election result tabulation and canvassing, voter outreach and filing federal reports. Report directly and regularly to the Lieutenant Governor on all Director of Election duties, including election administration, legal, legislative, public outreach, campaign finance, lobbyist regulation, budget, and staff issues. Election Administration Duties: Interact with state, federal, county, and municipal officials to ensure efficiency; provide analysis and interpretation of election and reporting requirements under the law; Interpret, clarify, explain, and apply election policy and procedures, practices, federal and state laws and regulations, etc.; Coordinate with state political parties and candidates each cycle; Coordinate with 29 counties to unify election practices and provide training; Coordinate with federal partners such as EAC, FVAP, DOJ, DHS/CISA; Oversee the research and response to voter inquiries and complaints; Coordinate with state and federal partners to keep elections safe and secure; Oversee primary and general election preparation; Oversee candidate signature verification; and Oversee initiative and referendum process. Salary: $28.70 – $55.66 Hourly

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

    Boulder County Elections has an opening for an Elections Data Specialist position. Our team 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. Note: experience with elections is not required – we are looking for someone who has experience and a passion for data and will train the successful candidate on elections. 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. As a member of the election team, this position will be expected to emulate behaviors that demonstrate a commitment to all Clerk and Recorder values, including and not limited to equity, inclusion, accountability, and integrity. Throughout the year, this position works closely with all division staff as well as other election partners; and the ability to form effective, collaborative, communicative working relationships with fellow teammates while under tight deadlines and requirements is a must. This is a crucial role on our 13-member team who must work closely with team members to demonstrate the integrity of our elections to the public while providing robust and inclusive service to the voters of Boulder County. Salary: $66,324.00 – $95,496. Deadline: July 28.

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  • Elections Administrator
    Employer: Bell County
    Location: Belton, TX
    Category: Administration

    Bell County, Texas, is seeking an experienced professional with a proven track record in a public sector setting to serve as the new Elections Administrator.

    Located 45 miles north of Austin, Bell County has a population of just over 360,000 and is one of the fastest-growing regions in Texas. While the diverse landscape has entranced people for hundreds of years, a robust regional economy combined with the charming hometown feel of its cities and towns has allowed Bell County to entice many of these same visitors to stay and grow roots by showing them just how much their lives can blossom here.

    From being an expert on election law to understanding election machine technology to being a detail-oriented person while still seeing the big event that is an election, the Elections Administrator must take ownership of the entire election process from start to finish. This position directs the daily operations of the elections office to ensure the lawful conduct and integrity of Federal, State, County, and local elections. The Elections Administrator performs the duties and functions of the Voter Registrar for the county; performs election-related duties as may be required by federal, state, and/or local law; is responsible for the conduct of elections, to include but is not limited to: preparing ballots, ordering ballots, furnishing and maintaining election equipment and supplies.

    This position requires an Associate’s degree in Business Administration or a related field supplemented by four years of experience in elections operations, court administration, or closely related experience with an additional two years of supervisory experience. The person selected for this position must be a current registered voter in the State of Texas or be eligible to register to vote in the State of Texas upon hire, and must be able to work extended hours during election cycles. A valid Texas driver’s license is required or must be obtained within 90 days of employment along with an acceptable driving history.

    Please apply online at http://bit.ly/SGROpenRecruitments

    For more information on this position:
    Lissa Barker, Senior Vice President, SGR
    LissaBarker@GovernmentResource.com
    817-266-0647

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  • Elections Director
    Employer: Boulder County
    Location: Boulder, CO
    Category: Director

    The Boulder County Clerk and Recorder’s Office has an opening for an Elections Director that serves at the pleasure of and reports directly to the elected Clerk and Recorder. The Elections Director position is within the Deputy of Elections job classification. The Elections Director is one of the office’s six Leadership Team members, third in command of the Clerk and Recorder organization and oversees a staff of twelve permanent Elections Staff members (and upwards of 600 election judges during certain election times).

    The Elections Division provides comprehensive elections services for Boulder County, including voter records, voter services, ballot processing, technical and logistical support, and end-to end election administration. Commitment to building an inclusive, forward looking, continual improvement, and supportive work culture is required.

    About the position
    This position leads the team and is accountable for the execution of compliant, accurate, accessible and transparent elections for a county of nearly 250,000 voters. This position will ensure the integrity and accuracy of the election management processes in accordance with federal and state laws, Secretary of State rules and Clerk and Recorder policies.

    Hiring Salary Range: $89,256.00 – $128,544.00 Annually
    Classification Salary Range: $89,256.00 – $128,544.00 Annually

    Tentative Hiring Timeline:
    • Phone Screening: August 24th & 25th
    • First Round Interviews: August 31st & September 1st
    • Second Round Interviews: September 7th & 9th

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  • Elections Services Specialist
    Employer: Contra Costa County
    Location: Martinez, CA
    Category: Specialist

    The Elections Services Specialist position will be assigned to one of the functional sections of the Elections Division as described below.

    As a Voter Services Specialist you will:

    Oversee and conduct daily processing of voter information in database systems
    Lead and coordinate vote by mail functions including processing voter requests for ballots and signature verification of returned ballots
    Supervise, review, and process examinations of petitions and conducts signature verification of petitions
    Oversee the review of voter eligibility and assists in processing provisional ballots
    Coordinate and provide phone, in-person, and email customer services

    As a Candidate Services Specialist you will:

    Lead the processing of candidate and measure filings
    Oversee campaign finance reporting functions in a database system
    Lead County Voter Information Guide development including formatting text in InDesign, coordinating translations of text, and proofreading materials
    Provide phone, in-person, and email customer services

    As a Precinct/Mapping Services Specialist you will:

    Maintain spatial and tabular data in ArcGIS and a voter database
    Perform queries and analyzes spatial and tabular data
    Maintain, update, and proof spatial data, internal street guide, district boundaries, precincts, and other data
    Prepare and provide map and data customer orders
    Provide phone, in-person, and email customer services

    As an Election Day Operations Specialist you will:

    Coordinate planning processes related to the Election Day voting experience including supplies, staffing, and procedures
    Lead the recruitment, placement, and management of poll worker and other volunteer workers
    Lead volunteer tasks including vote by mail ballot extraction
    Oversee and communicate with poll workers and volunteers via phone, email, and in-person including drafting correspondences and replying to questions
    Maintain poll worker and volunteer records in an online database

    As a Warehouse Operations Specialist you will:

    Monitor and maintain item inventory using an electronic inventory management system
    Oversee the packing of election supplies and equipment
    Lead the returned vote by mail ballot scanning and sorting process
    Lead the coordination and collection of vote by mail ballots from secure drop boxes and USPS

    As an IT and Voting System Operations Specialist you will:

    Lead programming, testing, and maintenance of voting and tabulation equipment
    Lead ballot layout and ballot tabulation functions
    Lead election results reporting and canvass processes
    Update the Elections Division website, as directed

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  • Elections Services Technician
    Employer: Contra Costa County
    Location: Martinez, CA
    Category: Technician

    The Elections Services Technician position will be assigned to one of the functional sections of the Elections Division as described below:

    As a Voter Services Technician, you will:
    Conduct daily processing of voter information in database systems
    Perform vote by mail functions including processing voter requests for ballots and signature verification of returned ballots
    Examine petitions and conducts signature verification of petitions
    Review voter eligibility and assists in processing provisional ballots
    Provide phone, in-person, and email customer services
    As a Candidate Services Technician, you will:
    Process candidate and measure filings
    Perform campaign finance reporting functions in a database system
    Assist or leads County Voter Information Guide development including formatting text in InDesign, coordinating translations of text, and proofreading materials
    Provide phone, in-person, and email customer services
    As a Precinct/Mapping Services Technician, you will:
    Maintain spatial and tabular data in ArcGIS and a voter database
    Perform queries and analyze spatial and tabular data
    Maintain, update, and proof spatial data, internal street guide, district boundaries, precincts, and other data
    Prepare and provide map and data customer orders
    Provide phone, in-person, and email customer services
    As an Election Day Operations Technician, you will:
    Coordinate planning processes related to the Election Day voting experience including supplies, staffing, and procedures
    Lead the recruitment, placement, and management of poll workers and other volunteer workers
    Lead volunteer tasks including vote by mail ballot extraction
    Oversee and communicate with poll workers and volunteers via phone, email, and in-person including
    drafting correspondences and replying to questions
    Maintain poll worker and volunteer records in an online database
    As a Warehouse Operations Technician, you will:
    Monitor and maintain item inventory using an electronic inventory management system
    Oversee the packing of election supplies and equipment
    Lead the returned vote by mail ballot scanning and sorting process
    Lead the coordination and collection of vote by mail ballots from secure drop boxes and USPS
    As an IT and Voting System Operations Technician, you will:
    Lead programming, testing, and maintenance of voting and tabulation equipment
    Lead ballot layout and ballot tabulation functions
    Lead election results reporting and canvass processes
    Update the Elections Division website, as directed

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  • Elections Technical Specialist
    Employer: Buncombe County
    Location: Asheville, NC
    Category: Specialist

    This position is part of a team managing physical election equipment and associated software. Primary responsibilities include preventative maintenance of voting machines, logic and accuracy testing, supply management, leading the mock election process, preparing laptops for voting locations, security monitoring, and in-house technology troubleshooting.

    The ideal candidate will have excellent communication and organizational skills as this position requires significant coordination with outside departments and vendors. Responsibilities include budgeting and leading a team of personnel during elections to support voting locations. Overtime, including some weekends, is required during election periods. Warehouse management experience and IT experience preferred.

    Purpose of the position:
    The primary purpose of this position is to provide specialized technical work supporting election-specific systems related to voting equipment, elections software, audits, and precinct compliance.

    Minimum Education, Training and/or Experience (required at time of hire):
    Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, IT, or related field and two (2) years of experience in information systems, elections administration, or other related field; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

    Additional Training and Experience: NC Elections Technical Specialist Certification, Certified Elections Registration Administrator (CERA), Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Certification, Notary Public certification, preferred.

    Essential Functions of the position:
    Provide technical expertise related to voting system hardware and software.
    Serve as a technical resource to staff to include assessing technology needs; recommending appropriate equipment; and ensuring they are trained on the proper use of the most current voting equipment and elections hardware and software.
    Perform non-technical activities to include auditing election returns; reviewing precinct surveys to ensure compliance with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards; deploying resources at voting sites; and reviewing voting sites and identifying issues.
    Fulfill all public data requests for voter registration reports, voter history reports, voter statistics, and maps.
    Manage election preparation team members and election data.
    Coordinates staging, loading, delivery and pickup of voting equipment with moving company, election staff, IT staff, chief judges, and polling place contacts.
    Perform other duties as assigned.

    This position will be posted until filled. An initial review of applications will begin on July 30, 2021. This posting may close without notice.

    Department:Election Services
    Location: Asheville, NC
    Job Posting End Date: August 31, 2021
    Salary Range: $22.50 – $29.81
    To See The Full Job Description & Apply Visit: https://www.buncombecounty.org/jobs

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  • Government Services Training Associate
    Employer: CTCL
    Location:  
    Category: Associate

    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 election officials in state and local governments who are working hard to make sure ballots are counted and voices are heard.

    To serve every community and make democracy work, these officials need 21st-century tools and training. You can help them get it!

    As the CTCL Government Services Training Associate, you will develop and deliver training courses that advance the tech and communication skills of election officials. 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.

    Responsibilities
    Curriculum development – Create course participant guides, slide presentations, and evaluations that address the professional development needs of election officials
    Training – Deliver training (both synchronously and asynchronously) in a way that is engaging, informative, and advances the adoption of best practices
    Research and evaluation – Identify training needs of election officials through industry research, like reports, case studies, and interviews. Assess effectiveness of courses through participant surveys and interviews before and after training
    External communication – Connect with state and local election officials and other professionals in the field to solicit input, invite participation in trainings, and support training partnerships.
    Commitment to priority audiences – Develop training content for election officials that prioritizes voters with limited access to the election system. This includes voters who are newly eligible, have limited English proficiency, live with disabilities, or are from communities that are impacted by the digital divide or historical disenfranchisement due to race.
    Growth
    We stay curious and persistent as the landscape of U.S. election administration shifts. To adapt to new challenges and invest in the excellence of our team, all positions at CTCL provide opportunities for increased responsibility. We focus on professional growth opportunities related to the scope and complexity of your work, specialized knowledge, independence, and leadership.

    Qualifications
    If you’re not familiar with elections or election administration, that’s okay — what’s most important are your skills as a trainer and teammate. Even if you aren’t sure if you’re qualified but are excited about the position, we encourage you to apply!

    A successful candidate for the Training Associate position will have an understanding of CTCL’s mission and a proven track record of success. While no candidate will possess every quality, the successful candidate will possess many of the following qualifications and personal attributes.

    You are an excellent in-person trainer. You can share ideas concisely and clearly at the front of the room. You can also facilitate exercises and group conversations.
    You have strong verbal and written communication skills. You can present complex concepts in a way that is easy to understand.
    You have skills and experiences that help you support voters with limited access to the election system: voters who are newly eligible, have limited English proficiency, live with disabilities, or are from communities that are impacted by the digital divide or historical disenfranchisement due to race. For instance, you may be multilingual with experience working with native speakers of a language other than English.
    You develop training materials like course outlines, participant guides, and slide presentations that are thoroughly researched and clearly structured. You cite your work.
    You make learning enjoyable. When you teach, you engage people with interesting exercises and discussion questions that put concepts into practice. You integrate principles of instructional design into your work.
    You know that feedback loops can help you build the best materials. You create opportunities to get input from colleagues and clients.
    You are thoughtful with your time management and you pay attention to detail. This shows in the quality of work you produce.
    You are enthusiastic about making elections more secure and inclusive. You believe in democracy and care about voting.
    You are curious. You are committed to learning new things and developing new skills.

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  • Information Security Officer
    Employer: Virginia Department of Elections
    Location: Richmond, VA
    Category: Information Security

    The State Board, through the Department of Elections (ELECT), shall supervise and coordinate the work of the county and city electoral boards and of the registrars to obtain uniformity in their practices and proceedings and legality and purity in all elections. It shall make rules and regulations and issue instructions and provide information consistent with the election laws to the electoral boards and registrars to promote the proper administration of election laws. Ensuring the integrity and accuracy of the administration of elections through the administration of the state-wide voter registration system, campaign finance disclosure application and other agency applications and solutions. Ensuring that the systems perform to the expectations of the users and conform to applicable federal and state laws and Board rules and regulations. Leads ELECT’s Information Security Program to ensure ELECT Systems remain confidential, integrity is maintained, and ELECT systems remain available for all users. Ensures ELECT systems meet federal, Commonwealth of Virginia and agency security standards. The position will work with ELECT development teams, network service providers and security staff of the Commonwealth of Virginia to ensure security requirements are included in SDLC activities. Responsible for creating and maintaining security policies, artifacts, tracking vulnerability remediation and updating system security plans to meet changing business, security and technology requirements. Responsible implementing and monitoring security controls for ELECT’s information technology systems. Oversees Information Security Program, ELECT’s Data Privacy Program and ELECT’s Locality Security Program including Voting Systems and Voter Registration System Security. Salary: Up to $150,000.

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  • Policy Analyst
    Employer: Bipartisan Policy Center
    Location: Washington, DC
    Category: Analyst

    BPC is currently seeking a Policy Analyst to support the work of the Elections Project. The Elections Project explores and analyzes the entire election ecosystem, from voter registration to casting a ballot to the counting and finalizing of results. Our goal is to help policymakers enact sustainable bipartisan policy reforms, informed by election officials, that improve the voting experience for a diverse electorate. The Policy Analyst will play a central role in the development and implementation of the Election Project’s research and advocacy priorities. This analyst role is new and will include all existing priorities of the Elections Project as well as build on newer efforts focused on federal voting reforms. The Policy Analyst must be well-versed in election administration, eager to promote free and fair elections through evidence-based policy research. The position will report to the Director of the Elections Project Matthew Weil and work closely with others on BPC’s elections team.

     

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  • Political Intern
    Employer: RepresentUS
    Location:  
    Category: Intern

    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

    RepresentUs is seeking qualified candidates for a remote Political Internship. The intern must be available at least 20 hours a week. This is a remote position open to residents of the following states: California, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Oregon, Texas, Virginia, and Washington D.C.
    As a Political Intern, you’ll have your finger on the pulse of the democracy reform movement around the country. You’ll work with the Political and Policy team to enact meaningful reform, and you’ll gain valuable experience working with a successful national nonprofit to support the rapidly growing anti-corruption movement.

    What You’ll Be Doing

    Facilitating meetings between the Political team and partners across the country, as well as within the department and organization
    Taking meeting notes
    Conducting research on political campaigns, relevant policies, and the reform landscape across the country
    Tracking campaigns, legislation, and relevant media clips
    Copyediting materials and doing data entry
    Writing op-eds and materials for coalition engagement
    Skills, Experience, & Interests

    Ability to be collaborative and self-directed; you work well as part of a team, and on your own
    Skilled at relationship-building
    Flexibility in the face of rapidly changing tasks and priorities
    A detail-oriented and patient team member who can follow the systems in place, while looking for ways to improve them
    A belief in uniting people across the political spectrum to pass nonpartisan anti-corruption reforms
    About Our Internships

    We offer fall-semester, spring-semester, and summer internships, often with opportunities to stay on at the organization. We’re always on the lookout for talented interns who are passionate about fixing America’s corrupt political system. With RepresentUs, you’ll be part of a hardworking, fun, and innovative team that values your skills and creative input. Our interns gain hands-on experience and an in-depth understanding of the rapidly growing anti-corruption movement. We’re committed to making sure your internship is educational, challenging, and informative, and we’re happy to coordinate with your college or university so you can receive academic credit for your work. Fall 2021 interns will be paid at $15.00/hour.

    Internship dates

    The internship will run from Wednesday, September 15 to Friday, December 17, 2021.
    Applications are due no later than August 30, 2021.

    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. For roles that include frequent business travel expectations, we can discuss reasonable alternatives to travel in some instances. 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, Ellie Collinson (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.
    This position has less than 10% overnight travel expectations and is eligible for flexible work hour arrangements.

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

    The Registrar of Voters of the County of San Diego is an executive management position reporting to the Assistant Chief Administrative Officer. The Registrar 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 provide access to the information needed to utilize the initiative, referendum, and recall petition processes. The anticipated hiring range is $170,000 – $190,000. This recruitment will remain open until filled. Interested candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible for consideration.

     

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  • Senior Director of Election Security
    Employer: CIS
    Location:  
    Category: Election Security

    CIS (Center for Internet Security) is the trusted guide to confidence in the connected world. CIS collaborates with the global security community to lead both government and private-sector entities to security solutions and resources. CIS is an independent, not-for-profit organization. The Senior Director of Elections Security works within the Operations and Security Services (OSS) Department at CIS and reports to the Vice President of Elections Operations. The Senior Director of Elections Security partners with key internal and external stakeholders and experts in the elections and standards communities to lead CIS efforts in developing best practices, processes, and tools to support the security of elections systems.

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  • Vice President of Election Operations and Support
    Employer: CIS
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    Category: Election Security

    CIS (Center for Internet Security) is the trusted guide to confidence in the connected world. CIS collaborates with the global security community to lead both government and private-sector entities to security solutions and resources. CIS is an independent, not-for-profit organization. Reporting to the Executive Vice President for Operations and Security Services (OSS), the Vice President for Election Operations will oversee all elections-related efforts within CIS, most importantly the Elections Infrastructure Information Sharing and Analysis Center (EI-ISAC) and related elections community support sponsored by the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA). This position will also manage election-related projects and activities that are funded by third parties or self-funded by CIS. The Vice President for Election Operations will lead an organization comprised of the CIS staff working on election-related efforts and will be responsible for outreach to U.S. state, local, tribal, and territorial election offices as well as private sector companies, researchers, and nonprofit organizations involved in supporting elections. This position may work remote in the US, with travel to our offices in Albany, NY and Washington, DC as needed.

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  • Voter Registration Program Specialist
    Employer: North Carolina State Board of Elections
    Location: Raleigh, NC
    Category: Program Specialist

    Voter Registration Program Specialist will have extensive knowledge of election administration and voter registration. They will perform detailed planning and preparation and all administrative work associated with North Carolina Elections law in assuring that the voter registration program in North Carolina is carried out. Performs work in assuring that registering to vote is available through the appropriate channels to all eligible citizens and that the registration process is administered by all North Carolina county boards of elections. Work involves consulting with election program stakeholders internal to and external to the agency, and considerable analysis and interpretation of data and trends in the program area of assignment. Develops and reviews procedures, instructions, forms, and program materials for voter registration, including assisting counties in implementation, administration, and compliance of voter registration procedures, laws, and regulations. Performs work coordinating with the legal division of the State Board of Elections in providing registration forms, correspondence and processes compliant with NVRA and with General Statute 163. Performs work with the State Election Information Management System (SEIMS) infrastructure team in assuring that the application process in the SEIMS database is compliant in all 100 counties. Collaborates with the communications division to develop and maintain web content and other public documents pertaining to these areas. Collaborates with public service agencies in assuring that all are in compliance with NVRA regulations and processes. Works with development, implementation, and maintenance of online voter registration application services. Assists counties and state board of election staff with voter registration list maintenance. Supervise and work with program assistant and seasonal temporary workers to carry out program standards and objectives. Salary: $46,203 – $78,218 Annually. Deadline: Sept. 27.

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