Systems AdministratorEmployer: Sarasota CountyLocation: Sarasota, FLCategory: Systems
The Systems Administrator is an Information Technology professional responsible for the coordination, implementation, planning, investigating and serving as the liaison for all facets of data processing, to include any election related tasks.More Info
Senior Election Specialist - Voter ServicesEmployer: Johnson CountyLocation: Olathe, KSCategory: Specialist
The Senior Election Specialist – Voter Services will take a lead role on the voter services team within the Election Office. This position will oversee the office’s use of the statewide voter registration system and support other employees in their work within this vital system. This will require attention to detail and the ability to define a series of tasks to complete work within the system in an efficient and accurate manner for temporary employees. This position will also research and perform all geography changes within the statewide voter registration system to accommodate annexations made by cities as well as district boundary changes made by state and local governing bodies. The Senior Election Specialist – Voter Services will also participate in the programming of elections to include laying out paper ballots and designing the screens and audio for use on the ballot marking devices. This position will also receive and file all candidate paperwork including declarations of candidacy and required campaign finance disclosures. This position also actively mentors, coaches and collaborates with employees to enhance the county mission and vision keeping in mind the common goal of leaving our community better than we found it.More Info
Elections Technician or Elections SpecialistEmployer: Larimer CountyLocation: Fort Collins, COCategory: Specialist
The Larimer County Clerk & Recorder Elections department offers an outstanding opportunity for a rewarding career in the ever changing, always engaging field of Election Administration – where the foundation of government begins for our citizens!
Larimer County is increasingly aware of the need to attract and retain the best people for our workforce, and we are seeking skilled Elections Technicians/Elections Specialists to join our highly respected team. We serve a population of more than 300,000 citizens, of which more than 250,000 are registered voters. We embrace innovative processes and have a solid reputation for integrity.
If you are a self-motivated, positive team player who thrives in a fast-paced professional environment – we want to hear from you! The successful candidate will be dedicated, assertive and possess exceptional interpersonal and problem-solving skills. The process of Election Administration is project driven and very detail oriented. The Elections Technician/Elections Specialist position provides support to and/or oversight for certain processes.More Info
Elections Specialist - Ballot ProcessingEmployer: Pierce CountyLocation: Tacoma, WACategory: Specialist
Applications received by 1/29 will be given first consideration.
Why It’s a Great Opportunity:
This is a great opportunity to play a critical role in this nation’s elections and democracy. Whether it is Election Day or another day of the year, we are working to continuously improve the voter experience and the conduct of elections.
As a dedicated civil servant with experience in elections and supervising large teams, we are looking for an Elections Specialist for ballot processing. You will have the opportunity to be in the center of the action in Washington’s second-largest county. You will work with other specialists and management to develop a ballot processing schedule, and then schedule staff. You will also help with voter registration tasks when needed.
Why It’s a Great Department:
Pierce County is a leading county in elections administration in Washington and the country. You will work in an office that’s dedicated to serving the public and passionate about high performance.
The Auditor’s Office Elections Division maintains voter registration rolls, conducts federal, state and local elections, verifies petition signatures, publishes a local Voters’ Pamphlet, and maintains precinct lines after redistricting. Pierce County has over 550,000 registered voters and conducts four elections each year. The Elections Division serves 114 jurisdictions (boundary lines, voter assignment, elections) and files candidates for over 500 elected offices.
How to be Successful in the Role
We are looking for someone is comfortable and excels at leading and directing a large team of Seasonal elections workers ensuring accuracy in ballot processing and time-sensitive tasks. Someone who is customer service focused yet is deadline driven. Someone who values teamwork, is adaptable, learns new systems quickly, and who can communicate across all levels of the organization, with our customers and party observers. Multi-taskers with excellent written communication will be successful in this role.
Your Future in this Role
As an Elections Specialist, you will have the ability to immediately contribute to the team’s success. You will be guided through the process with coaching-focused managerial support, a team that wants you to be successful in your role, and an organizational culture that encourages continuous learning and professional development.
Core Daily Responsibilities:
Coordinates and participates in the activities of a specialty in the Elections Division; determines work schedules and methods to expediting work-flow; issues instructions; and monitors work for accuracy and compliance to procedures and policies in specialty area assigned.
Coordinates, organizes, and documents all legal aspects of an assigned specialty required to hold elections.
Oversees all aspects of voter registration. Assists customers and candidates in all election activities.
Oversees all aspects of ballot processing, including mailing out, receipt, opening, and preparing for ballot scanning.
Oversees all activities related to voting machines and all supplies needed to conduct all elections.
Prepares for an election following all federal laws and the Revised Codes of Washington (RCW’s) and Washington Administrative Codes (WAC’s), and County Code addressing election activities.
Creates, designs, and maintains the Office of the Pierce County Auditor’s Elections Division website.
Performs quality control work including proofreading, grammar, and spelling.
Designs and produces all publications, reports, manuals, flyers, legal advertisements, ballots and related election materials including Voter Pamphlets, and all jobs using a variety of desktop publishing software.
Performs election setup, coding of tabulation software and election testing, to accurately count ballots and report results.
Four years of general clerical experience required.
Two years Elections related experience preferred.
Experience working in a lead or supervisory role and Certification as an Elections Administrator under (WAC) and (RCW) regulations are preferred.
Additional education or related experience may be substituted equally for the recruiting requirements.
As a condition of employment, the applicant will need to authorize and complete a background check. Information received from the background check is reviewed case-by-case and will not necessarily remove an applicant from consideration.
APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS
To be considered for this opportunity please:
Complete and submit an online Pierce County Employment Application by selecting “APPLY” above or go to: www.piercecountywa.org/jobs.More Info
**UPLOAD a resume. Also attach a cover letter describing your elections responsibilities and experience.
If you do not have internet access, you may visit your local public library or any WorkSource location and use their computers.
Individuals needing accommodation in the application, testing process or need this job announcement in an alternative format may call Human Resources at (253) 798-7480, at least two days prior to the need.
At Pierce County, diversity, equity, and inclusion means commitment, not a single step. We strive to foster an inclusive environment that supports equitable access to opportunities throughout your career. We want to recruit, develop, and maintain a talented workforce from various backgrounds, cultures, lifestyles, and perspectives, committed to our vision. Employees of the County have local, direct, and visible impact in our diverse community. Will you join us in keeping Pierce County a great place to live, work, and raise a family?
Digital and Multimedia SpecialistEmployer: Issue OneLocation: Washington, DCCategory: Specialist
The Digital and Multimedia Specialist (DMS) will play an integral role in expanding Issue One’s reach by producing and promoting multimedia content (including in-house video), managing and growing Issue One’s social media footprint, including Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, TikTok, and Instagram, running Issue One’s fundraising and action email list. The DMS will be proficient at video production and help Issue One reach new and larger audiences through video messaging, social media, and digital storytelling. The individual will also support key functions of the communications team, working closely with the communications director, senior communications manager, and communications specialist. The ideal candidate will possess a strong understanding of digital and multimedia strategies and tools needed to reach wider audiences and grow the organization’s brand in a competitive digital climate. Salary: $58K-$70K.More Info
Board of Elections Training SpecialistEmployer: Wake County Board of ElectionsLocation: Raleigh, NCCategory: Specialist
Are you looking to get involved in your community? Do you want to make a difference? Are you passionate about learning? If so, get ready to roll up your sleeves and become part of something bigger! The Wake County Board of Elections is currently seeking an experienced Instructional Designer/Training Specialist to join our dynamic and driven Training Team. The ideal candidate will be a strong communicator who thrives in a fast paced, ever changing work environment. They will have a clear understanding of the commonly accepted instructional design models, what it takes to be a behind the scenes designer, have a strong visual sense and excellent project management skills.
What will you do as a Board of Elections Training Specialist?
Develop training materials, including classroom presentations, manuals, workbooks, training videos and online training modules to facilitate comprehensive training for Early Voting and Election Day OfficialsMore Info
Review, evaluate and modify existing and proposed programs and recommend changes
Create schedules, design layouts for training facilities and adjusts room layouts as necessary between in-person classes
Train and manage instructors and assistants for in-person training classes
Serve as instructor for some online webinars and in-person classes
Collaborate with team members to gain knowledge of work processes, identify training needs and establish plans to address the needs through training solutions
Identify innovative training tools and methods to enhance the training program
Monitor and assess election law changes and incorporate the changes into polling place procedures
Develop and design election forms, precinct official website, newsletters, assessments and other communications
Develop high level design documents, storyboards, audio narration scripts, status reporting, QA and testing plans
Assists with Early Voting site setups and call center support
Assists with Election Day call center support and post-election processes
Portfolios will be required by all applicants who are selected to move forward in the recruitment process
Chief Deputy Registrar - Lexington VAEmployer: City of LexingtonLocation: Lexington, VACategory: Registrar
The City of Lexington is accepting applications for the non-exempt full-time position of Chief Deputy Registrar. This is an appointed, at-will position that serves a term not to exceed the term of the current Registrar. (Code of Va. §24.2-112) The Chief Deputy Registrar “shall have the same limitations and qualifications and fulfill the same requirements as the General Registrar…” (Ibid.) The Chief Deputy Registrar must be able to assume the duties and responsibilities of the General Registrar in the Registrar’s absence. The position requires knowledge of, or the ability to quickly obtain, knowledge of: elections, election law, security practices, government, finance, training, and related technologies. The successful applicant will be required to undergo a criminal background check, DMV motor vehicle record check, and drug screening.
Lexington, Virginia is a charming city nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. With two universities within its city limits–Washington and Lee, and the Virginia Military Institute–Lexington is able to offer diverse cultural offerings including arts, dining and outdoor recreation. Family-friendly activities, including Hull’s Drive-in Movie Theatre, Natural Bridge State Park and the acclaimed Chessie Trail, make this an ideal place to raise a family. A wide array of housing options are locally available. Visit lexingtonvirginia.com for more info.More Info
Vote By Mail ManagerEmployer: Palm Beach CountyLocation: West Palm Beach, FLCategory: Manager
About the Supervisor of Elections Office
The Supervisor of Elections Office is responsible for conducting elections, registering votes, and maintaining voter records. The office administers all federal, state, county, municipal and special district elections in Palm Beach County in accordance with the Florida Election Code, the federal Help America Vote Act, the National Voting Rights Act, the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and federal voting rights laws. Specific areas of responsibility include, but are not limited to, qualifying county candidates for office; designating precinct boundaries, appointing, and instructing election boards, tabulating voted ballots and publishing results, providing statistics and results election analysis.
The Vote-by-Mail Manager is responsible for all aspects of vote-by-mail administration and operations, including but not limited to the Budgets, Staffing, Training Procedure Manuals, Database Management, Quality Control, Canvassing, Supervised Voting, SBIS administration, Inventory, Maintenance, and Testing.
• Departments operational calendar with timeline of election cycle tasks
• Forecasting and updating departments annual operating budget
• Staffing and training of vote-by-mail operational staff
• Staff training and process manuals
• Quality control of vote-by-mail database
• Update and maintain inventory, equipment, and software
Skills and Qualifications
• A minimum of four years of experience managing elections or similar work experience
• Strong organizational and time management skills
• Proficient in computer and data entry; Microsoft Access, Word, Excel, and Outlook
• Professional level written and oral communication skills
• Effective analytical and problem-solving skills
• Collaborative mindset and team-oriented
• Ability to multi task and meet deadlines
• Must be able to drive a vehicle, lift, bend, stand, and walk around at events
• Competitive and comprehensive health and wellness benefits package
• State Retirement System Eligibility
• Paid time off
• Tuition Reimbursement
Executive DirectorEmployer: Ranked Choice Voting Resource CenterLocation:Category: Executive
The primary responsibilities of this position are to set and reinforce the mission and vision of the organization, define its strategic direction and implement strategic plans for the organization’s development, make executive decisions that drive organizational growth, and build and manage relationships including stakeholders and potential donors. The Executive Director works with the Board to set goals for the organization, governs over organizational activities and relationships, guides the organization’s culture, and directs communication to support the mission of the organization.
The ideal candidate will define the organization’s priorities and direction, oversee staff recruitment and retention, and work systematically to meet organizational goals. He or she should be a self-starter with the ability to work independently and with a team. This is a full-time remote position with in-person meetings and travel as needed.More Info
Executive DirectorEmployer: National Vote at Home InstitueLocation:Category: Executive
The Vote at Home Executive Director shall be responsible for managing all aspects of the organizations’ operations. These major responsibilities include the following: Strategy. Recommending, implementing, and effectively executing all VAH policies and key strategies and programs as approved by one or both boards. Budget. Fundraising and budget administration, to ensure Vote at Home’s financial sustainability and the effective and efficient expenditure of available funds. Management. The hiring, supervision, and performance management of all staff, contractors, and contracts to promote diversity and equity, ensure a collaborative and productive workplace, and comply fully with all applicable federal, state, and local laws. Partnerships. The creation of collaborative partnership relationships with other key organizations and individuals to help promote and amplify VAH’s work. Communication. The effective communication, in a wide variety of public and private forums, of Vote at Home’s vision, mission, key strategies, and core messages. Salary: $120K-$160K.More Info
Program DirectorEmployer: Nonprofit VoteLocation: Part-time RemoteCategory: Director
We are seeking a Program Director to leverage and coordinate the efforts of our broader staff team to ensure the success of National Voter Registration Day, a single day of coordinated ﬁeld, technology, and media strategies to raise awareness of voter registration opportunities and help more Americans register to vote. Held every September, over 5 million people have registered to vote as part of the holiday’s 10-year history, a success we seek to build on. To do this we need a well-organized and entrepreneurial Program Director with strong people skills and a passion for civic engagement and democracy.More Info
Election Bureau - Assistant DirectorEmployer: Butler CountyLocation: Butler, PACategory: Director
To supervise and direct the operational processes relating to voter registration, voting and elections, ensuring that voters’ rights are protected and votes are recorded and counted accurately. Assists the Director in implementing the day to day functions of the Elections Department.
The incumbent supervises the non-exempt staff and answers voter and candidate questions or selects proper course of action to resolve problems. Assists Director in evaluating new technologies for election process. Consults with others regarding clarification of the Pennsylvania Election Code. Refers complex issues requiring clarification of the Pennsylvania Election Code or the Pennsylvania Constitution to the Director of Elections.
A Bachelor’s Degree in a related field and/or equivalent work experience is required. Significant experience in Computer Science course work or equivalent is required. Prior work experience involving the electoral process is desirable, as is supervisory experience. Must be knowledgeable of State and County voting laws, regulations, procedures, and requirements. Computer, telephone and customer service skills are necessary.
Salary – Pay Grade 7: ($45,129.18-$63,180.85)More Info
Deputy Director of ElectionsEmployer: Arapahoe CountyLocation: Littleton, COCategory: Director
Arapahoe County, Colorado, Invites Applications for the Position of DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF ELECTIONS
$3,030.00 – $4,841.00 Biweekly; $78,780.00 – $125,866.00 Annually
The Deputy Director of Elections position has direct responsibility for the entire Election Division. This position will direct complex administrative and supervisory work in activities. The Deputy Director of Elections supports the Chief Deputy Director and the Clerk and Recorder with issues concerning all operations of Elections. The following statements are illustrative of the essential function of the job.
The following duty statements are illustrative of the essential functions of the job and do not include other non-essential or marginal duties that may be required. The County reserves the right to modify or change the duties or essential functions of the job at any time.
• Directs the long term strategic operation of the Election Division which may include but is not limited to, legislative tracking, budget development, business process analysis, data analysis, project management, coordination with external and internal stakeholders and overseeing senior management staff.
• Manages, and ensures statutory compliance of all election functions including: voting equipment, voter registration, mailing ballots, and providing access to voter service polling centers.
• Serves as the project manager and primary point of contact for election systems software and hardware vendors.
• Responsible for the evaluations of the Election staff as directed by the Chief Deputy Director and/or Clerk and Recorder.
• Informs the Chief Deputy Director and/or Clerk and Recorder on the status of projects and/or changes within the Division.
• Attends association and professional meetings to enhance and maintain knowledge of trends and developments in elections, as determined necessary by the Chief Deputy Director and/or Clerk and Recorder.
• Responds to inquiries, providing guidance and interpretation regarding application of the organization’s policies and procedures.
• Technical expert of election software, business processes, statutes, rules and regulations.
• Voting equipment and election security subject matter expert.
• Responsible for overall timekeeping and leave within the Election Division
• Recommends and develops solutions to issues affecting the Election Division
• Delegate’s decision-making responsibility and authority over function(s) or operation(s) to lead as appropriate.
• Manages and resolves difficult problems or customers within the Elections Division.
• Functions collaboratively when making Office decisions as a member of the Leadership team
• Exhibits strong commitment to the highest level of ethical standards, compassion, empowerment, confidence, and innovation.
• Influences the overall direction of the Election Division through collaborative leadership.
• Models the values and ethics of the County and leads by practicing and implementing Align Arapahoe initiatives.
• Acts as point of contact with various internal and external agencies including the Secretary of State’s office, Election software and hardware vendors, Colorado County Clerk’s Associations, political organizations, municipal governments, school districts, and other election coordinating entities.
• Shows initiative, a self-starter and works independently.
• Actively engaged as a team member, providing input and feedback.
PLANNING AND ORGANIZING:
• Conducts long-range planning studies on Election Division issues and recommends projects, programs, and procedures to achieve operational objectives.
• Maintains a statistical analysis of the Division derived from the weekly/monthly reports generated by the Election software systems. Develops long-range planning studies on management problems and assists with finding solutions to the problems.
• Ensures programs and projects keep to schedules and are accomplished within budget projections and relevant performance measures.
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT:
• Collaborates with the Chief Deputy Director and/or Clerk and Recorder with staffing plans to meet organizational, functional and/or operational requirements.
• Manages and directs Management, sets work priorities, provides guidance and instruction on expected outcomes, and delegates and reviews work.
• Responds to personnel issues, conferring with Chief Deputy Director and/or Clerk and Recorder.
• Sets performance standards/objectives for staff within the Election Division.
SKILLS & ABILITIES:
• Thorough knowledge of state statutes, rules, regulations, procedures and forms applicable to the operation of the Election Division.
• Communication skills, both oral and written, which enable courteous and diplomatic interactions with the public, vendors, staff, and other County divisions.
• Possess exceptional creative thinking and problem-solving skills.
• Strong ability to analyze data from multiple sources and report findings.
• Understanding of intermediate and complex budget management, system analysis, and process analysis/development.
• High level of presentation skills with the ability to explain complex business processes/concepts effectively.
• Supervisory skills including team building, training, and work assignment.
• Ability to exercise a high degree of interpersonal skills to influence persons at all levels.
• Ability to grasp complex and widely varied issues quickly, develop plans to implement actions to address the issues, and be able to communicate those issues in a clear, concise manner to management, staff, entities, and vendors.
• Service First
• Excellent Quality
• Responsive Government
• Visionary Thinking
• Caring Leadership
• Effective Communication
• Fiscal Responsibility
• Respect for Others
• Bachelor’s Degree is required.
• Master’s degree in Political Science, computer science, public/business administration, Communications or a related field preferred.
• 5 years of Election related experience
• 3 years in a supervisory or lead role
PRE-EMPLOYMENT ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:
• This position requires successful completion of pre-employment background and motor vehicle checks.
• Work is generally confined to a standard office environment.
The following are some of the physical demands commonly associated with this position.
• Spends 50% of the time sitting and 50% of the time either standing or walking.
• Occasionally lifts, carries, pulls or pushes up to 20 lbs.
• Occasionally uses cart, dolly, or other equipment to carry in excess of 20 lbs.
• Occasionally climbs, stoops, kneels, balances, reaches, crawls and crouches while performing office or work duties.
• Verbal and auditory capacity enabling constant interpersonal communication through automated devices, such as telephones, radios, and similar; and in public meetings and personal interactions.
• Constant use of eye, hand and finger coordination enabling the use of automated office machinery or equipment.
• Visual capacity enabling constant use of computer or other work related equipment.
Occasionally: Activity exists less than 1/3 of the time.
Frequently: Activity exists between 1/3 and 2/3 of the time.
Constantly: Activity exists more than 2/3 of the time.
Language Access Outreach Coordinator (Russian and Somali)Employer: King County ElectionsLocation: Renton, WACategory: Coordinator
The Department of Elections is searching for energetic and resourceful professionals who like to “get stuff done”. The Language Access and Outreach Coordinator position in the Elections Department combines an exciting, fast paced environment with the opportunity to cultivate talents and apply a variety of skills. The ideal candidate will thrive in an innovative, fast-paced environment and will not hesitate to roll up both sleeves, work hard, have fun, and get the job done. The Language Services and Community Engagement Program is recruiting Language Access and Outreach Coordinators who will support the program for the Russian and Somali languages. This position provides bilingual assistance, translation, and community outreach support. These individuals must be able to read, write, understand, and speak Russian or Somali at the language proficiency testing level used by the Department. In addition, as part of the community engagement program, they will participate in voter registration and voter education activities with community partners and provide support to out Voter Education Fund partners. Individuals in this position will provide language access assistance to our communications team and administrative support to other election work groups as needed.More Info
Departmental Training CoordinatorEmployer: DeKalb CountyLocation: Decatur, GACategory: Coordinator
Salary Range: $52,815 – $81,862
This opening is for the Voter Registration & Elections department.
Purpose of Classification:
The purpose of this classification is to develop, coordinate, deliver, and evaluate departmental training programs and learning solutions.
The following duties are normal for this position. The omission of specific statements of the duties does not exclude them from the classification if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment for this classification. Other duties may be required and assigned.
Develops training programs for departmental employees; creates new and/or modifies existing courses and course materials; researches industry changes; and prepares activities and course assignments.
Conducts training and facilitates in-house training programs for employees based on current trends and best practices.
Assists employees in meeting certification and recertification requirements for mandated licensure and submits documents for license renewals.
Coordinates training logistics to include training room, schedules, attendance tracking, passwords, supplies and set up; and selects or develops teaching aids including training handbooks, tutorials or quick reference guides .
Administers and grades course assignments and exams; and tracks and analyzes learning curriculum effectiveness through various evaluations techniques including evaluation of individual performances.
Maintains and prepares training and compliance records and prepares related documentation and reports; enters course exam grades; prepares training certificates; and updates compliance databases.
Assists with internal departmental communications by preparing newsletters, promotional materials for training programs, flyers for departmental events, or related communications.
Communicates with department management, supervisors, other employees, subject matter experts, schools, community groups, volunteers, the public, and other individuals as needed to coordinate work activities, review status of work, exchange information, or resolve problems.
Maintains current knowledge of departmental business functions and operations to develop training programs and solutions for improving employee knowledge and performance within business units; and research training industry standards and best practices and applies new technologies.
Bachelor’s degree in Public/Business Administration, Education, Organizational Development, or a related field required; three years of experience in training, teaching, or a related field to assigned department; or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience which provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this job.
Specific License or Certification Required: Must possess and maintain a valid Georgia driver’s license
Experience with voter registration and elections
Experience in developing curriculum, providing training, speaking in public or presenting to an audience; ability to deliver presentations with clarity and poise
Demonstrated classroom and time management skills; ability to disseminate information to classroom participants with varying levels of knowledge
Ability to work independently
Ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationshipsMore Info
Assistant County Clerk-RecorderEmployer: Nevada CountyLocation: Nevada City, CACategory: Clerk
Nevada County’s Clerk-Recorder/Registrar of Voters seeks an experienced, collaborative leader to be the next Assistant Clerk-Recorder. Working at the County of Nevada offers a challenging and rewarding work environment and the satisfaction of knowing you’re working to better our communities. The Assistant County Clerk-Recorder reports to, and serves at the will of, the County Clerk-Recorder, an elected official. Under administrative oversight, the Assistant County Clerk-Recorder assists with planning, organizing, directing, and managing the activities of the County Clerk-Recorder’s office and provides highly complex staff assistance to the County Clerk-Recorder. The Assistant County Clerk-Recorder acts on behalf of the County Clerk-Recorder in their absence, and provides full line and functional management responsibility for the department’s Recorder, County Clerk, and Elections divisions.
Salary: $111,812.40 – $136,500More Info
Information Technology Security AnalystEmployer: Illinois State Board of ElectionsLocation: Sangamon County, ILCategory: Analyst
The IT Security Analyst reports directly to the Manager of Cyber Operations and Infrastructure. Supports the administration, implementation, review, and improvement of endpoint, network, hardware, application, and data security practices.
Implements, supports and monitors the agency’s information security applications, including email security, web security, endpoint security software, firewalls, intrusion prevention applications, data loss prevention, etc. Monitors system dashboards and logs for threat indicators. Analyzes data and performs necessary incident response procedures. Conducts network, system and application vulnerability assessments.
Analyzes agency threat surface and makes recommendations to management to harden agency systems. Evaluates agency processes and implements and/or makes recommendations to enhance security. Reviews information received concerning threat events from end users, supervisory personnel, other federal, state, county and local agencies and governmental entities involved in the exchange of data with the State Board of Elections (SBE), external entities such as the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MS-ISAC), Elections Infrastructure Information Sharing and Analysis Center (EI-ISAC), trusted cybersecurity vendors, law enforcement agencies, and public information sources.
Consults with SBE staff on security issues. Provides a high level of customer service to agency staff, state, county, and local election officials. Ensures service desk queues and incidents are handled in an appropriate and timely manner.More Info
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