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  • Program Officer 3
    Employer: Nevada Secretary of State
    Location: Carson City, NV
    Category: Program Manager

    This position is a supervisory position in the Elections Division of the Office of the Secretary of State located in the Capitol building in Carson City. The incumbent will directly support the preparation and conduct of Nevada’s Primary, General, and Special elections through oversight of the following: Legislative/Regulation/Election Complaints; Campaign Finance; Publications, Training, Research and Website; Election Night Reporting (ENR)/Candidate Filing; Recall Petitions/ Initiatives.

    Program Officers administer a program or major component of a program by planning, coordinating and managing services and activities in accordance with legal and regulatory requirements and established program performance standards and objectives.

    Incumbents are responsible for administering a large and complex program which affects a significant number of people on a continuing basis; develop, revise, recommend, and implement changes to work plans, program performance standards and objectives for providing services, and eligibility requirements as permitted by program regulations and guidelines; ensure compliance with State, federal and/or other granting agencies rules and regulations; and draft laws, rules and/or regulatory changes.


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  • Elections Program Manager
    Employer: CIS
    Category: Program Manager

    The Center for Internet Security (CIS) makes the connected world a safer place for people, businesses, and governments through our core competencies of collaboration and innovation. We are a community-driven nonprofit responsible for industry leading best practices for securing IT systems and data. We lead a global community of IT professionals to continuously evolve these standards and provide products and services to proactively safeguard against emerging threats.

    The primary purpose of this position is to coordinate EI-ISAC operations and projects and to represent the EI-ISAC in public forums regarding election infrastructure issues. The Elections Program Manager will work with the EI-ISAC Director to build and maintain relationships in the elections community and develop tools, products, and initiatives that meet the security needs of election officials. This position will oversee a team of Elections Analysts and Stakeholder outreach staff.

    What You’ll Do
    Manage the production of awareness and intelligence products focused on election security
    Conduct extensive EI-ISAC member and other stakeholder outreach and engagement to achieve EI-ISAC and election security goals, and manage communications to and timely support of EI-ISAC members and partners
    Supervise, coach and mentor Elections team members
    Coordinate and work collaboratively with internal and external organizations, members, stakeholders, and other third parties and vendors on efforts for improving cyber security across state and local governments, with a focus on systems supporting elections processes
    Support collaboration with officials in Federal, State, Local, and Territorial government regarding improving cyber security practices related to elections systems
    Support the development of initiatives to improve member engagement and build a consensus-driven, trust-based organization
    Identify and report on cybersecurity issues, emerging trends, technology standards, and compliance regulations affecting the election infrastructure subsector
    Support the EI-ISAC’s strategic direction, development and future growth
    Coordinate with other CIS and MS-ISAC teams to provide election infrastructure subject matter expertise as necessary
    Coordinate with other Operations departments to keep up-to-date on and enhance processes and procedures used to support the EI-ISAC
    Recognize, build, and leverage diverse collaborative networks of election professionals in both government and the private sector
    Professionally represent CIS in a general capacity and present at conferences or meetings as necessary
    Other tasks and responsibilities as assigned
    What You’ll Need
    Bachelor’s Degree in a related field*
    3+ years’ experience in elections administration or technology
    Experience working with state and local government officials
    Proven record of strategic development and engagement
    Working knowledge of cybersecurity issues
    Excellent customer service, client-facing, and internal communication skills
    Solid organizational skills including attention to detail and multi-tasking skills
    Experience with project management and familiarity with project management tools and methodology
    Ability to travel extensively as needed
    Full COVID-19 vaccination may be required
    The position is open to U.S. citizens and requires a favorably adjudicated DHS Fitness Review for Public Trust Positions**
    Must be authorized to work in the United States
    It’s a Plus if You Have

    MPA or master’s degree in a related field
    Certified Elections/Registration Administrator
    Experience operating or maintaining election IT systems
    Experience with government relations or trade associations
    *Additional years of relevant experience or a combination of an Associate’s degree or equivalent and relevant experience may be substituted for the Bachelor’s degree.

    **Factors that may cause a negative Fitness Review decision include:

    Criminal Conduct
    Dishonest Conduct
    Employment Misconduct
    Alcohol Abuse
    Drug Use (illegal drug use or use of a legal drug in a manner that deviates from approved medical direction) Additionally, illegal drug use includes the use of drugs that are illegal for federal purposes despite being legal in select states and countries, such as marijuana.)
    False Statements
    Financial Issues
    Have not resided in the US for three (3) of the past five (5) years
    At CIS, we are committed to providing an inclusive environment in which the diverse backgrounds, experiences, and views of our employees, members, and customers are valued and respected. It is through this commitment that we are able to work together towards our common mission: to make the connected world a safer place.

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  • Regional Service Manager
    Employer: Hart InterCivic
    Location: , MI
    Category: Manager

    A Service Manager is a highly motivated “self-starter” who responds to all customer requests ranging from training requests, to phone support requests, to onsite repair of voting equipment requests, to delivery and acceptance of new devices. This individual is the customer’s first line of support. The position requires residency in the State of Michigan. The Service Manager handles all Return Material Authorization (RMA) requests for internal and external customers for all Hart InterCivic Verity products within his/her region and provides on-site customer support and troubleshooting as needed. Must be based in the State of Michigan.

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  • Elections Fellow
    Employer: Arizona Secretary of State's Office
    Location: Phoenix, AZ
    Category: Fellowship

    Job Summary:
    The Arizona Secretary of State’s Office Elections Fellowship Program offers recent graduates who are interested in public service the opportunity to spend up to 12 months working with the Elections Division in the Arizona Secretary of State’s Office. The Elections Division advances the Secretary of State’s mission of ensuring a fair and secure election process across Arizona. The 2021-2022 fellows will have the exciting opportunity to work with our office during a midterm election cycle. The main fellowship duties will include work that advances the Secretary of State’s responsibilities regarding voter registration and data tracking. This position will be a good fit for someone who is detail-oriented and interested in learning more about elections administration. Throughout their fellowship, fellows will participate in monthly check-in meetings with an Elections team lead to receive guidance and feedback.

    Job Duties:
    • Assisting with proofing voter registration statistics, researching voter cancelations, assisting uniformed and overseas citizens with voter registration and casting a ballot, election night reporting, proofing the official canvas, and other administrative duties
    • Maintaining and organizing records to track statutory voter registration list maintenance and election reporting requirements
    • Conducting document review to support the Office’s public records responses
    • Researching and responding to public inquiries
    • Other duties and responsibilities as related to the position

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  • Executive Director
    Employer: Deliver My Vote
    Location: Washington, DC
    Category: Executive Director

    Deliver My Vote (DMV) and Deliver My Vote Education Fund (DMVEF) are partner organizations dedicated to voting, voting access, and voting rights specifically as it relates to voters’ ability to vote from home. DMV is a non-profit, non-partisan 501(c)4 organization, dedicated to increasing voter turnout within traditionally disenfranchised communities. DMV’s programs are anchored in helping to facilitate the delivery of a voters’ ballot to their doorstep. Through community organizing campaigns, DMV provides tools and resources to help voters cast ballots from home, taking control of their vote, regardless of life’s obstacles. DMVEF is a non-profit, non-partisan 501(c)3 organization to educate the American public on laws and policies that make voting more accessible for eligible voters. DMVEF provides tools and voter education resources to help eligible voters update voter registration, help interested voters take control of their ballot through absentee voting, and support voters in making specific plans to vote. Salary for this position is highly competitive and is commensurate with experience. Benefits include health, dental and vision, and a 401k with match. Deliver My Vote is headquartered in Washington, DC with Board members and staff working in collaboration from around the country. All work is currently remote.

    Send your resume, cover letter with salary requirements, and three references to:

    Preference will be given to applications received before February 15, 2022.

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  • Executive Director
    Employer: U.S. Election Assistance Commission
    Location: Washington, DC
    Category: Executive Director

    The Executive Director has overall Commission-wide responsibility for implementing, through its operating divisions and offices, the management and administrative policies and decisions of the Commissioners. The Executive Director serves as a key management advisor to the Commissioners. The Executive Director is responsible for ensuring the agency meets its mission defined in HAVA. The Executive Director’s responsibilities include:

    Ensuring that EAC administrative activities comply with governing statutes and regulations in support of the effective and efficient accomplishment of EAC’s mission.Understanding HAVA and other election laws, regulations, and legal decisions pertinent to the EAC mission to assist with agency oversight.
    Maintaining good relationships with the U.S. Congress and the various EAC oversight committees and governing bodies of elections, including, state legislatures, city/county officials, and EAC FACA boards.
    Ability to establish program/policy goals and the structure and processes necessary to implement the organization’s strategic vision and mission, to ensure that programs and policies are being implemented and adjusted as necessary, that the appropriate results are being achieved, and that a process for continually assessing the quality of the program activities is in place.
    Providing periodic assessment of the administrative efficiency and managerial effectiveness of the EAC through strategic planning including: program reviews, reviews of programmatic goals and outcomes, and resource utilization in achieving results.
    Consulting with and advising Divisions and Offices on general management and operating practices affecting their substantive program areas.
    Developing solutions to potential and existing barriers that may limit or impede goal achievement.
    Planning, assigning, and appraising work products to assure high levels of performance.

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  • Director, Filing, Disclosure and Compliance Division
    Employer: Michigan Department of State
    Location: Lansing, MI
    Category: Director

    This position serves as the Director of the Bureau of Elections’ Filings, Disclosure and Compliance Division. The Division is responsible for administering the Campaign Finance Act, Lobbyist Registration Act, Casino Registration Act, portions of the Michigan Election Law, and Notary Public Act. This position is responsible for managing and overseeing multiple complex work units and other professional staff; core programs related to campaign finance and lobby registration reporting, disclosure and compliance; Office of the Great Seal, including intake of enrolled bills and assignment of Public Act numbers, filing of Executive Orders and Executive Directives, document authentication and certification; state-level candidate filings for office and statewide initiative, referendum and constitutional amendment petition filings; and Bureau responsibilities related to the Board of State Canvassers.

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  • Director of Elections
    Employer: Pima County
    Location: Tucson, AZ
    Category: Director

    The Director of Elections leads a department comprised of multiple complex and technical units responsible for the successful conduct of elections in Pima County with over 650,000 registered voters. The role is primarily strategic, operations, and leadership-focused, requiring experience and expertise in the field of conducting elections, elections policy, leading and managing employees to success. Under administrative direction of the County Administrator or designee, this position plans, organizes, supervises and manages the activities of the Pima County Elections Division in compliance with applicable laws, ordinances, rules and regulations. This classification is in the unclassified service and is exempt from the Pima County Merit System Rules. Salary: $125,000.

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  • Program Coordinator
    Employer: MIT Election Data and Science Lab
    Location: Boston, MA
    Category: Coordinator

    PROGRAM COORDINATOR, Political Science, to coordinate and perform day-to-day operational activities and project planning for the MIT Election Data and Science Lab, a research project that encourages a scientific approach to improving elections in the U.S. The lab’s activities include the conduct of its own research, coordinating the research of others, and fostering a larger community of allied researchers around the country. Will oversee the lab’s budget and reconcile accounts; plan seminar series/workshops; and work as part of a team on a wide range of projects, special initiatives, and events. Responsibilities include developing, implementing, and monitoring the lab’s research projects; overseeing budgets related to grants received by the lab; coordinating seminars, conferences, and workshops; remaining aware of the progress of the lab’s projects and helping to problem-solve bottlenecks; representing the lab at special events and committee meetings; preparing correspondence in response to internal/external inquiries; composing, editing, and proofreading lab materials; helping to track progress on lab achievements and communicating them to funders; making vendor and purchasing suggestions/decisions; developing documentation/reporting for stakeholders; developing and maintaining website content; and performing other dues as necessary.

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  • In Person Absentee Coordinator
    Employer: Charleston County
    Location: Charleston, SC
    Category: Coordinator

    This is a managerial position that provides supervision in the daily operation and management of the front of the office, in-person absentee voting, and candidate filing. Supervises both permanent and temporary employees during in-person absentee voting for elections. Responsible for management of each satellite absentee location, as well as hiring/training absentee poll workers. Provides operational supervision of voting processes from the deployment of voting equipment to receipt and security in absentee voting.

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  • Election Program Coordinator--Absentee
    Employer: Buncombe County
    Location: Asheville, NC
    Category: Coordinator

    An employee in this position is responsible for the management of all aspects of conducting absentee by mail voting. This employee will lead a team who will perform the administrative duties of absentee by mail voting. An employee in this position is also responsible for the administrative work in creating all written materials needed for training election workers and conducts all election worker training, as well as the management of a support team. Work requires that all materials meet the guidelines of election law and department standards.

    Essential Functions of the position:

    • Oversees all absentee by mail processes including database management, chain of custody, mailing services.

    • Manages support team and enforces workplace conduct and policies.

    • Conducts all absentee presentations to the Board.

    • Reviews, tracks and reports on status of absentee ballot processing.

    • Ensures proper archiving of absentee ballots and materials.

    • Performs specialized preparatory administrative work in designing and creating all written materials needed for training, which include, instruction manuals, brochures, and all necessary PowerPoints and documents used for training election workers.

    • Conduct in-person and/or online elections trainings for Early Voting and Election Day workers.

    • Conduct in-house temporary worker trainings.

    • Ability to keep up to date with changes related to election laws, processes and standards and apply those to changes in a timely manner.

    • Ability to adapt quickly and effectively in a work environment that requires sensitivity to change and responsiveness to changing goals, priorities, and needs.

    • Requires being dependable, organized, and task-oriented, with perseverance and excellent follow-through.

    • Performs other related duties as assigned.

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  • Consultant: Network Coordinator, U.S. Elections, The Carter Center
    Employer: The Carter Center
    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 to the Center’s US Elections Project.

    Start date: As soon as possible

    Location: work will be done remotely

    Length of assignment: 1 year, part-time
    The Democracy Program at The Carter Center works globally to support democratic elections and strengthen participatory democracy, consistent with human rights. Beginning in 2020, The Carter Center began efforts to support good elections in the U.S. There are multiple key aspects to this project, contributing to electoral reform, tracking disinformation and dangerous speech, and establishing nonpartisan observation efforts. Within the efforts to contribute to electoral reform, is the establishment of a code of conduct in key states and at the national level. In 2020, The Carter Center developed and released a Code of Conduct for the candidates that promoted commonsense expectations about behavior during the campaign. Codes of Conduct are frequently used internationally to promote calm and reduce tensions during a campaign. The Democracy Program believes such codes could be used for a similar role here in the U.S., providing an avenue to facilitate discussion and debate about shared democratic values. The Carter Center has worked with partners to develop a revised Code of Conduct in advance of the 2022 elections that can be adopted by candidates, committing themselves to upholding democratic standards in the electoral process.
    The Carter Center is seeking two consultant Network Coordinators to work as part of an established team on efforts aimed at the adoption and implementation of an electoral code of conduct at the state or national level. Working with Carter Center staff and consultants, the Network Coordinators will work to build diverse coalitions at the state and national level to gain signatories to and support for a code of conduct for promoting good elections. In order to uphold our nonpartisan approach, The Carter Center is considering both politically right-leaning and left-leaning consultants to support this effort

    Key Responsibilities

    – Project Design and Strategy:
    o Assist The Carter Center team in identifying states to launch this initiative based upon a number of criteria determined by the Carter Center;
    o Assist The Carter Center team in strategizing how to best promote the code of conduct as a tool for transparent and credible elections;
    o With Carter Center staff and partner organizations, develop a plan for monitoring the implementation of the code of conduct and its impact on the electoral process;
    o Identify opportunities and risks associated with the Code of Conduct work, and work with The Carter Center team to mitigate such risks.
    – Coordination and Coalition Building :
    o Identify and build relationships with trusted and credible nonpartisan organizations at the State level that can lead these efforts in broad and diverse coalitions;
    o Coordinate with key partners at the national level to build buy in and support for the Code of Conduct;
    o In close coordination with, and assisted by relevant project staff, participate in remote meetings with a broad range of relevant stakeholders at the national and state level to build support of the code of conduct;
    o Coordinate efforts with Carter Center engagement (e.g. political violence mitigation and election observation efforts) in other states as appropriate;
    – Writing and Communication:
    o Draft Code of Conduct related reports, talking points, memos and other materials for internal and external consumption;
    o Contribute to fundraising proposals and donor reports;
    – Representation:
    o As requested, represent The Carter Center at meetings and events focused on the Code at the State and National level;
    o Participate in regular meetings with Carter Center Staff

    Preferred Qualifications
    • 5-10 years of relevant experience in the United States; electoral or political.
    • Experience working with bipartisan coalitions or institutions (e.g. debate commissions) a plus.
    • Knowledge of key election issues in the United States;
    • Strong organizational skills and a proven record of being able to coordinate coalitions and/or build networks;
    • Existing contacts with key stakeholders in the U.S. political and/or electoral system is a plus;
    • Excellent 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.
    • Demonstrable sensitivity to and understanding of the polarized political context of elections.
    Salary is commensurate with experience.

    Applications reviewed on a rolling basis, with a goal of filling the position as soon as possible in the new year. To apply, please use this 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. Application link:

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  • Elections Analyst - Public Records
    Employer: Arizona Secretary of State's Office
    Location: Phoenix, AZ
    Category: Analyst

    Job Summary:
    The Elections Division of the Office of the Arizona Secretary of State is seeking a dedicated employee to serve as an Election Analyst. Their main focus will be to fulfill public records requests submitted to the Elections Division. They will report to the Senior Elections Policy Manager.

    Job Duties:
    • Responsible for receiving, reviewing, and fulfilling public records requests and litigation discovery requests. This process includes the following tasks: tracking requests; communicating with the requester on topics such as fulfillment guidelines, costs, and updates on progress; coordinate collection and organization of responsive records by working with IT, elections, and other staff members; and reviewing and preparing documents for delivery.
    • Responsible for records retention and document storage. Ensure Elections Division stores minimum hard copy documents consistent with the retention schedule; ensures that electronic records are properly maintained. Maintains records retention schedule, Iron Mountain storage, and schedules proper records destruction.
    • Conducts ballot measure Town Halls. Organizing these events includes: scheduling venues; scheduling interpreters as needed (sign language, Spanish); conducting publicity and outreach; ensuring pro and con groups are represented; preparing and delivering presentation.
    • Produces statewide Publicity Pamphlet by working with the vendor on layout, printing and proofing; coordinate the development of the household mailing list; ensuring pamphlets printed for English, Spanish, large print, and ADA; and ensure electronic version of pamphlet is appropriately distributed.
    • Assist with voter registration quarterly reports, list maintenance, and other projects as assigned.
    • Assist with customer service via phones and emails to voters, election officials, and the general public regarding elections and voter registration.
    • Other duties as assigned as related to the position.

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  • Elections Analyst - Candidate Filings
    Employer: Arizona Secretary of State's Office
    Location: Phoenix, AZ
    Category: Analyst

    Job Summary:
    The Election Services Division of the Office of the Arizona Secretary of State is seeking a dedicated employee to serve as an Elections Analyst. This position will assist in administering elections, provide customer service to voters and the regulated community, communicate with Arizona counties, and maintain compliance with state and federal election laws. The main focus of the Election Analyst will be managing the candidate desk.

    Job Duties:
    • Lead the planning and administering of the candidate petition review process, to include working with vendors and third parties to prepare and execute review process for candidate petitions. Develop training materials and handbooks. Present information to stakeholders and interested parties regarding the candidate filing process. Follow court challenges at the close of the candidate filing process. Maintain the candidate information on the webpage. Act as the primary contact for candidates and campaigns about the candidate filing process.
    • Assist ballot measure desk lead in administering petition review process for initiatives, referendum, and recalls. Assist in developing training materials and handbooks for ballot measures. Assist in processing of circulator registrations related to petition circulation and creation of training materials and handbooks for circulator registrations.
    • Act as subject matter expert in financial disclosure laws and regulations. Draft training materials and handbooks to assist filers in achieving compliance with disclosure requirements. Communicate with officeholders and proxies, judicial officers, and court administrators to provide accurate and concise filing information and instructions. Work with court administrators to track and inform new appointees of filing obligations. Track financial disclosure filings and initiate enforcement proceedings as necessary.
    • Provide customer service to voters, election officials, and the general public regarding elections and voter registration. Provide support and guidance to the regulated community and the general public in areas of Elections Division oversight, including ballot measures, petition circulators, lobbyists, campaign finance, financial disclosures, etc.
    • As required, serve in a general capacity to accomplish Elections Division goals and meet deadlines. Provide support to upline managers by occasionally coordinating employee teams or working with specialized staff to complete projects. Assist fellow staff during periods of heavy volume.
    • Help maintain all election-related information presented on the Secretary of State website, while ensuring content quality and functionality. Provide timely and accurate updates to election-related pages.
    • Other duties as assigned as related to the position.

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  • Mail Ballot Administrator
    Employer: Denver City & County
    Location: Denver, CO
    Category: Administration

    The City and County of Denver’s Election Division is seeking an accomplished elections professional to serve as the Mail Ballot Administrator and provide administrative and strategic direction for the functional area of Mail Ballot Administration. The Mail Ballot Administrator oversees and acts as the technical expert in all aspects of the mail ballot processing rooms including ballot receiving, ballot verification, and mail ballot extraction in accordance with statutory and Secretary of State rule requirements. Refines and coordinates all operating policies and procedures relating to mail ballot processing. The Mail Ballot Administrator is responsible for training and supervising (50 to 70+) election judges and leads for all mail ballot processing rooms. Creates and oversees the development of all mail ballot materials; acts as the primary point of contact with the ballot production vendor and coordinates production, mailing and receiving of mail ballots; coordinates the post-election process including Canvass preparation, provisional ballots, and poll book processing; cooperates with local, state, and national partners to continually develop best practices; acts as a liaison for the Denver Elections Division to the United States Postal Service and acts as a subject matter expert for postal policy as it relates to non-profit and election mail; oversees quality assurance measures to ensure processes and procedures are tested to evaluate for potential improvement and accuracy; manages continuous improvement initiatives. Salary: $61,263-$101,084.

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  • Project Manager, Professional Servcies

    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

    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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