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

    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 Officials
    • Review, evaluate and modify existing and proposed programs and recommend changes
    • Create schedules, design layouts for training facilities and adjust 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
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  • Warehouse Supervisor
    Employer: Decatur County
    Location: Decatur, GA
    Category: Supervisor

    Salary Range: $42,937 – $66,552

    This opening is in the Voter Registration & Elections Department.

    Essential Functions:
    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.

    Supervises, directs, and evaluates assigned staff; develops and oversees employee work schedules to ensure adequate coverage and control; compiles and reviews timesheets; approves/processes employee concerns and problems and counsels or disciplines as appropriate; assists with or completes employee performance appraisals; directs work; acts as a liaison between employees and management; and trains staff in operations, policies, and procedures.

    Prioritizes and schedules work activities to meet objectives; ensures that subordinates have the proper resources needed to complete the assigned work; monitors status of work in progress and inspects completed work; consults with assigned staff to assist with complex/problem situations and provide technical expertise; provides progress and activity reports to management; and assists with the revision of procedure manuals as appropriate.

    Supervises warehouse operations and facilities; safeguards warehouse operations and contents; establishes and monitors security procedures and protocols; implements production, productivity, quality, and customer service standards; plans warehouse layout, product flow, and product handling systems; identifies trends; evaluates and recommends new equipment; and analyzes process workflow, space requirements, and equipment layout; and implements improvements.

    Researches, purchases, and inventories commodities, equipment, and other supplies; conducts physical counts of inventory items; records issuing and usage; verifies and refines or updates required bid specifications; and maintains related records and documentation.

    Oversees the administrative process through process assessments, measurements, and process mapping for better efficiency; formulates process documentation; organizes periodic and random cycle counts; formulates and monitors various administrative reports; populates database with stocking levels and other information for proper report generation and order tracking; performs regular maintenance on various inventory report statuses to keep system clean and updated; and reviews various system-generates reports for overall key performance drivers.

    Manages the issuing, maintenance, servicing, and receiving of various types of equipment and supplies from the supply room.

    Organizes and directs physical inventory counts; manages vending equipment acquisition, implementation, and orders replenishment items; and manages office product inventory for assigned department and emergency response procedures, non-stocked inventory, and expendable inventory items.

    Receives and reviews various documentation, including attendance records, overdue equipment reports, operational budgets, equipment status reports, stock transfer reports and about-to-reorder reports, and physical inventory reports; reviews, completes, processes, forwards or retains as appropriate; prepares or completes various forms, reports, correspondence, and other documentation, including inventory measures reports, open purchase order reports, performance evaluations, and performance measurements; compiles data for further processing or for use in preparation of department reports; and maintains computerized and/or hardcopy records.

    Facilitate all logistics related to the elections operation of voting sites, including moving equipment, furnishings, supplies, and materials; conduct pre-election testing and post-election equipment audits.

    Serve as site manager for VRE warehouse space; oversee the department’s inventory of voting site supplies, tables, chairs, signs, voting machines, and equipment.

    Attend and participate in mandatory ongoing training, including certifications and annual training.

    Critical Competencies:

    Ethics and Integrity: Respects and maintains confidentiality. Earns trust, respect, and confidence through honesty, forthrightness, and professionalism in all interactions

    Multi-tasking: Proven multi-tasking skills with the ability to simultaneously handle multiple assignments in various stages. Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with changing priorities

    Analytical Skills: Analytical skills with exceptional attention to detail

    Minimum Qualifications:

    Associate degree in Business Administration, Accounting or a related field; three years of experience in warehouse or supply chain management; 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.

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  • Voting System Specialist
    Employer: Idaho Secretary of State
    Location: Boise, ID
    Category: Specialist

    This position plays a critical role within the Elections Division in helping the office ensure elections equipment used in Idaho’s elections is accurate, efficient, accessible, and secure. The position oversees the testing for certification of voting systems used to design, process, and tabulate ballots and report election results in Idaho. This position reports to the Elections Division Director. Travel may be required. The position provides guidance and advice to counties on the security and technical standards of voting systems certified for use pursuant to I.C. 34-2409. The ideal candidate for this position must adhere to high ethical standards and is comfortable working in a highly scrutinized and technical environment. The incumbent is expected to have strong communication skills that will bridge the highly technical aspects of the position to the operational at the county level. Additionally, the person in the position will present the data and test results to the public and the media. Salary: $25.00 – $29.00 Hourly

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  • Policy Specialist
    Employer: NCSL
    Location: Denver, CO
    Category: Specialist

    NCSL’s Redistricting and Elections program is looking for a dynamic and flexible Policy Specialist with professional experience in policy analysis, preferably with state legislatures and elections policy, including election administration, redistricting, campaign finance and other related policy areas. The ideal candidate will have knowledge of elections policy, legislative processes, and a keen ability to analyze legislation and spot legislative trends. The Policy Specialist will conduct legislative research; provide services to support state legislatures, write reports and articles; plan and conduct meetings, and other responsibilities as needed. This position will have direct contact with legislators, legislative staff, and other officials outside of NCSL, including virtual and in-person discussions, and meetings. Work will be performed independently or as a member of a team, and this position may supervise one intern. Demonstrated ability to operate in an objective, politically neutral manner is a must. Salary: $67,681 annually.

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  • Policy Associate
    Employer: NCSL
    Location: Denver, CO
    Category: Specialist

    NCSL’s Redistricting and Elections program is looking for a dynamic and flexible Policy Associate with demonstrated competence in legislative research and analysis of state election issues, including election administration, restricting, campaign finance and other related policy areas. Specifically, the ideal candidate should be able to summarize and describe a policy issue or legislative trends and be able to identify credible resources. The Policy Associate may work on a variety of policy and legislative topics, contribute to a range of tasks and projects, and over time may deepen knowledge in a particular subject matter. This role will also contribute to meeting planning, webpage maintenance, and may have contact with legislators, legislative staff, and other officials, including virtual and in-person discussions or meetings. Work may be performed independently or as a member of our team. This position will operate largely in support of and at the direction of other staff but may have responsibility for assigned tasks. Salary: $53,955. Closes June 9.

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

    This is an amazing opportunity to be engaged in the election process! This benefits-eligible Term-Limited Temporary (TLT) position is anticipated to last until December 2024. A Special Duty Assignment may be considered for King County Career Service employees who have passed their initial probationary period.  The Department of Elections – is searching for energetic and resourceful professionals who like to “get stuff done”. The Administrative Specialist II positions in the Voter Services Department combines an exciting, fast-paced environment with the opportunity to cultivate talents and apply a variety of skills. The ideal candidate will have a desire to help ensure the democratic process through public service. They will thrive in an innovative environment and will not hesitate to roll up both sleeves, work hard, have fun, and get the job done. King County Elections (KCE) manages voter registrations and elections for more than 1.4 million voters in King County, the largest vote-by-mail county in the United States. KCE’s mission is to conduct accessible, secure, and accurate elections. As a leader in providing inclusive elections, KCE is focused on three key priorities – (1) actively identifying and working to remove barriers to voting at both the individual and community level, (2) strengthening relationships with community and governmental partners, and (3) creating a culture of professional growth and development, openness and inclusion.  Salary: $24.59 – $31.30 Hourly

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  • Senior Campaign Manager
    Employer: Center for Tech and Civic Life
    Location: Remote 
    Category: Manager

    Position Description
    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 people in state and local governments who are working hard to make sure accurate election information is published, ballots are counted, and voices are heard.
    As CTCL Senior Campaign Manager, your goal is to support local elections offices across the country in advocating for adequate and reliable funding at the federal, state and local levels. You will implement CTCL’s nonpartisan advocacy strategy to support elections officials in administering inclusive and secure elections. You will execute tactics to support a range of key audiences including election officials, elected officials, allied organizations, and other CTCL supporters. Working closely with other members of the department, you will manage persuasion campaigns at all levels of government, and support the skills-development of key audiences to build power.
    You’ll report to the Advocacy Director and work in collaboration with other members of the CTCL team. This is a new position in a new department, so there’s room for you to help shape what the role looks like.

    Coalition Management and Relationship Building
    Work with national and state partners to grow a diverse, crosspartisan coalition of local and state election officials, member-organizations, issue advocacy groups, and government relations professionals to advocate in Washington DC.
    Utilize organizing skills to continue to broaden our umbrella by regularly holding 1:1s with potential partners and developing lasting strategic relationships.
    Regularly travel to elections officials convenings and serve as an ambassador to CTCL’s programs. Continually identify opportunities to level up impact and service to elections officials.
    Strategic Initiative
    Work with the advocacy team & allies to adapt plans, generate new tactics, and regularly evolve campaigns to respond to ever-changing landscapes.
    Prioritize victory and values, and stay flexible.
    Regularly deliver results on high-stakes advocacy campaigns.
    Consultant Management
    Project manage a team of consultants by providing strategic guidance, developing needed advocacy assets, and tracking deliverables to deliver success on campaigns.
    Regularly hold efficient check-ins that allow for exchanging of intel and dynamic responses to evolving opportunities and threats.
    Programmatic Writing
    Support the CTCL Advocacy department in translating policy outlines into plain-language summaries for the general public, draft programmatic overviews for funder and partner audiences, and develop training materials for allies.
    Develop slide decks, draft Op-Eds and Letters to the Editor, and draft social media posts to share with partners as needed.
    Commitment to professional growth
    Demonstrate enthusiasm and desire to grow within the organization, to seize leadership opportunities, and to absorb new learnings and skills.
    Commitment to priority audiences
    Ensure CTCL programs for election departments prioritize 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.

    Desired Qualifications
    A successful candidate for the Senior Campaign Manager position will be an effective organizer and campaigner with a strong writing and relationship management foundation. In addition, while no candidate will possess every quality, the successful candidate will possess many of the following qualifications and personal attributes:

    Campaign Skills
    You are enthusiastic about making elections more secure and inclusive. You believe in democracy and care about voting.
    You are hungry for victory. You don’t just focus on inputs, but instead work relentlessly to deliver results because you want your work to make a difference.
    You have demonstrated success in legislative advocacy at some level of government, and have gone through a full advocacy campaign cycle. You could confidently lead a planning process, write a campaign plan independently, manage a project budget, lead a volunteer team, and effectively facilitate a debrief.
    Management Skills
    You build diverse tables. You seek out allies who can work with us on discrete issue campaigns, knowing that their perspectives may differ on other things. You thrive in fostering strategic relationships among others and building a team dynamic.
    You value the people, not just the work, and approach work with kindness, patience, and an encouraging attitude. You see the potential in others and help cultivate them into their best selves. You are an organizer who enjoys delegating.
    You have skills and experiences that help you understand people who face barriers accessing public services. For instance, you may be multilingual with experience working with native speakers of a language other than English.
    Professional Skills
    You are an efficient and precise writer, who is comfortable drafting 5-7 pages of plain-language writing multiple days per week.
    You are a detail-oriented task-tracker who can manage a personal to-do list and is adamant about accomplishing goals. You are incredibly responsive and enjoy connecting via various digital channels.
    You are comfortable in a virtual professional setting. You can manage your workload in a fully remote setting and foster a sense of community in the digital space. You are accountable and self-motivated without an office environment.
    You know that feedback loops can help you create the best work. You create opportunities to get input from colleagues and partners.
    CTCL uses organizational systems to keep staff connected and accountable to each other and the work. These systems include goal-setting, evaluations, and staff retreats every 6 months, as well as staff meetings and 1:1 calls each week. While we maintain structures, it’s also important that CTCL be adaptive to respond to the changing needs of the world around us. This might look like setting goals, evaluating our tactics, and deciding to shift priorities over time. This means the people who work with CTCL are thoughtful in both making plans and also adjusting them based on emerging information.
    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.

    To Apply
    Complete a short application form and upload your resume. (Only applications submitted through this form will be accepted; materials submitted via email will not be considered.)
    If you meet our desired criteria, you will have the opportunity to complete an online job simulation exercise to demonstrate your qualifications and also get a better idea of what the job will be like. The simulation will take approximately 1 hour to complete.
    Based on your application and simulation, a video interview and reference check will be conducted to determine if you are the best fit for the position. The interview will take approximately 45 minutes.
    The Center for Tech and Civic Life is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. We encourage people of all races, colors, religions, national origins, sexual orientations, genders, sexes, ages, abilities, branches of military service, and political party affiliations to apply.

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  • Election Certification & Training Program Manager
    Employer: Washington Secretary of State's Office
    Location: Olympia, WA
    Category: Manager

    The Elections Certification & Training Program Manager reports to the Deputy Director of Elections and is responsible for managing the Certification and Training team. Certification and Training is a mission critical program established and required by RCW 29A.04.530, 29A.04.560, 29A.04.590. The Certification and Training Manager develops and manages program objectives and priorities, in collaboration with external stakeholders including independently elected auditors and election officials. Additionally, the Program Manager makes collaborative strategic judgments and decisions balancing competing program demands or priorities for resources; develops, modifies, and implements division policy; formulates long-range strategic plans and projects . The Certification and Training Manager also integrates division and office policies and reviews the program for compliance with policies and strategic objectives. The position is responsible for four mission critical functions: Professional certification and training of local and state election administrators and county canvassing board members. Review of county election operations and procedures. Testing of all vote tabulation equipment used in each county during state primary and general elections. The election clearinghouse and publication program. The Program Manager also manages the process for adopting state rules and is the Election Division’s liaison with the USPS.

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  • Assistant Manager - Poll Worker Department
    Employer: Palm Beach County
    Location: West Palm Beach, FL
    Category: Manager

    Job Summary
    The Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections is looking for an experienced Assistant Poll Worker Department Manager. In this role, you will oversee the planning and the completion of various projects, administrative functions, operations, and specialized tasks in the Poll Worker Department. The work involves knowledge and application of departmental operations, planning, assigning responsibilities, monitoring election worker classes, maintaining records, evaluating performance, and the ability to review work for accuracy. This position requires initiative and sound independent judgement in the application of office policies, election laws, and procedures. Must be personable and maintain effective working relationships with colleagues, associates, and the general public. All work is performed under the guidance of the Supervisor of Elections.

    The ideal candidate will have an excellent work ethic, including consistent performance, reliability, and attendance. The desire and ability to work well in a fast-paced collaborative environment with a smile are essential to the position.

    Education Training and Experience
    Education: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience.
    Experience: 2+ years of experience in elections in a supervisory role. Proven organizational ability and strong attention to detail. Proficiency with Microsoft Office (MSWord, PowerPoint, Excel, Publisher, Outlook, etc.). Must be able to drive a vehicle.

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

    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 consultants, to conduct a short-term assessment of election related issues in Michigan, North Dakota, New Mexico, California, Virginia, Montana, or Mississippi focusing on the electoral/political environment and the landscape for non-partisan election observation. The State Assessment consultant will largely be tasked with collecting information to assess whether the presence of the Democracy Program at The Carter Center would be useful, advisable, and feasible.

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  • Associate Director, Political Science
    Employer: MIT Election Data and Science Lab
    Location: Cambridge, MA
    Category: Director

    To serve in a leadership role by working with the faculty director to develop and implement an expanded strategic vision of MEDSL and to manage operations and administration of the lab’s activities. Will bear primary responsibility for ensuring that the lab’s activities are responsive to the most pressing needs of election administrators throughout the United States and for maintaining robust lines of communication with election officials and allied research institutions. MEDSL is dedicated to the creation of knowledge, insights, and data necessary to increase understanding and guide improvement of elections as they are conducted in the United States. REQUIRED:  bachelor’s degree; five years’ direct experience working in election administration or election science (which may have been acquired through work as a state or local administrator, leader of a nonprofit organization, or academic researcher); tactical and strategic approach to responsibilities; excellent problem-solving, organizational, project management, and written and verbal communication and presentation skills; organizational and cultural awareness; diplomacy and good judgment;  initiative; interest in contributing to the progress of scientific research by facilitating the work of others; discretion and judgment with confidential information/issues; and proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.  Must be able to achieve big picture results while paying attention to detail; follow through and achieve objectives in a timely manner; keep teams, projects, and deliverables on track; coordinate multiple tasks, set priorities, deliver results, and meet deadlines; exert influence, negotiate, and work across boundaries; and work independently and collaboratively.  PREFERRED:  graduate degree in law, political science, public policy, public administration, management, or related field.

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  • Deputy Director, Registration and Elections - Communications & Support Services
    Employer: DeKalb County
    Location: Decatur, GA
    Category: Communications

    The following duties are normal for this classification. 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.

    Manages, directs, and evaluates assigned staff; oversees employee work schedules to ensure adequate coverage and control; reviews timesheets; approves/processes employee concerns and problems and counsels or disciplines as appropriate; assists with or completes employee performance appraisals; directs work; acts as a liaison between employees and County administrators and elected officials; and trains staff in operations, policies, and procedures.

    Organizes, prioritizes, and assigns work; prioritizes and schedules work activities in order to meet objectives; ensures that subordinates have the proper resources needed to complete the assigned work; monitors status of work in progress and inspects completed work; consults with assigned staff to assist with complex/problem situations and provide technical expertise; provides progress and activity reports to County administrators and elected officials; and assists with the revision of procedure manuals as appropriate.

    Directs functions and activities of the department; directs voter registration programs, voter education and outreach programs; administers elections; recruits and trains poll workers; and oversees storage, maintenance, preparation, and testing of election equipment.

    Directs voter registration activities; reviews and approves staffing levels during high volume and peak registration periods; monitors work activities to ensure timely processing of applications and maintenance of voter registration rolls; and conducts voter education seminars and training for citizens.

    Conducts elections; supervises departmental personnel to ensure that all elections are conducted in accordance with state and federal laws and regulations; determines locations and schedule for early voting; organizes equipment and staff deployment levels for early and election day voting; reviews training packets; monitors early voting traffic and election task lists; approves ballot layouts; and implements changes in procedures to resolve issues.

    Plans, directs, trains, and supervises voter outreach activities; processing absentee ballots; receives/files nomination papers, candidate statements and initiative petitions; maintains the voter file; advises individuals/groups on procedures for filing initiatives, referendums and recall petitions; and files/audits campaign financial statements.

    Coordinates the daily operation of the department’s computer systems; supervises data entry of affidavits of registration; maintains election district information; prepares and maintains precinct maps; creating and consolidates precincts, including the operation of customized computer aided drafting applications; supervises election night ballot tabulating.

    Plans, directs and supervises employees engaged in securing polling places and precinct officers; training precinct officers; orders and delivers precinct supplies and materials; operating collection centers; conducting official canvass of election returns; operates mailing and computerized mail addressing equipment; mails sample ballots and election information to voters; and receives, inventorying and storing election supplies

    Assists in developing and implementing long- and short-term plans, goals, and objectives for the department; evaluates effectiveness and efficiency of department activities; reviews and revises policies, procedures, plans and programs; and researches, assesses, and makes recommendations regarding strategies to meet current and future election and voter registration needs.

    Interprets, applies, and ensures compliance with all applicable codes, laws, rules, regulations, standards, policies and procedures; initiates any actions necessary to correct deviations or violations; maintains a comprehensive, current knowledge of applicable laws/regulations and pending legislation that may impact department operations; and maintains an awareness of new products, methods, trends and advances in the profession.

    Assists in developing, implementing, and administering department budget; monitors expenditures for adherence to established budgetary parameters; and prepares and submits financial documentation.

    Oversees equipment and supplies for the department; determines voting equipment needs for each precinct for elections; monitors the packing and preparation of voting equipment and supplies; reviews and approves supply and equipment requisitions; develops equipment specifications; obtains price quotes from vendors; prepares and updates policies and procedures for equipment storage; and manages the maintenance of all related records.

    Completes data entry and filing; enters new voter registration information; verifies accuracy and completeness of voter information; conducts research of state records; mails out letters to retrieve missing information and documentation; updates existing records in statewide registration base; files new, updates existing, and pulls deleted cards as appropriate; scans and indexes registration and absentee applications; and files records and correspondence after processing.

    Oversees the creation of print and online content to publicize and promote department programs, facilities, events, or objectives; researches and verifies information; reviews, approves, or produces newsletters, calendars, brochures, and flyers; monitors, approves, and creates content for social media and department website; and writes or edits official department announcements, emails blasts, press releases, letters, or posts.

    Directs the design, planning and implementation of training programs aligned with department objectives and strategies; oversees community outreach programs and events; plans, organizes, and oversees special events, facility tours, educational programs; oversees the selection of locations, dates; reviews activities and materials prepared by staff or vendors; recruits and supervises event volunteers; and coordinates set-up, staffing, and implementation of program/event plans.

    Represents department to media, other departments, municipalities, candidates and state officials; answers questions and provides information; coordinates work activities; reviews status of work; resolves problems; responds to media requests; gives interviews and official comments; and produces short television segments for DeKalb County TV.

    Salary range: $81,077 – $125,670

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  • Part-Time Operations Associate
    Employer: NASED
    Location: Remote 
    Category: Associate

    This position is part-time and fully remote, but the candidate must live in the United States. Travel to support NASED’s Winter and Summer conferences is required (approximately 10 days per year). This position reports to NASED’s Executive Director. This role does not supervise any staff.
    Position Summary:
    A part-time (approximately 20 hours per week), fully remote, Operations Associate for a small nonpartisan, nonprofit membership association. Reporting to the Executive Director, this new role will support all the organization’s operational needs.

    The responsibilities of this position will include, but are not limited to, the following:
    • Help update and maintain website content;
    • Help maintain NASED’s social media presence, including developing content and
    creating basic graphics;
    • Work with NASED’s controller on monthly financial reports and with the auditor
    and accountant on annual reports and filings;
    • Monitor and assist with responses to inquiries sent to NASED’s shared inboxes;
    • Maintain organization distribution lists;
    • Assist with scheduling Board and Committee meetings;
    • Assist with conference planning, including developing the conference website via the
    conference management platform, creating and proofing materials, planning
    activities, and budgeting;
    • Support the execution of two national conferences per year;
    • Create and send annual invoices to organization members and Corporate Affiliate
    • Other duties and special projects as assigned.

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  • Policy Analyst
    Employer: Bipartisan Policy Center
    Location: Washington, DC
    Category: Analyst
    The Bipartisan Policy Center is a Washington, DC-based think tank that actively fosters bipartisanship by combining the best ideas from both parties to promote health, security, and opportunity for all Americans. Our policy solutions are the product of informed deliberations by former elected and appointed officials, business and labor leaders, and academics and advocates who represent both sides of the political spectrum. BPC prioritizes one thing above all else: getting things done.
    BPC works to reconcile the competing aims of highly interested advocates, corporations, and policy experts and design politically viable consensus solutions. We seek out individuals and organizations that are deeply vested in the outcome of its policy projects and ask that they check absolutely nothing at the door, bringing all their passion, political perspectives, and interests to the table. BPC believes that the fundamental strength of American democracy is unity forged amid diversity, and we endeavor to represent this pluralism in all of our policy negotiations.
    BPC focuses on policy solutions to strengthen our democracy, promote economic growth, opportunity and inclusion, address climate change and create better health outcomes for all Americans.
    BPC is currently seeking a Policy Analyst to support the work of the Elections Project, which is housed within BPC’s Democracy Program. Election integrity is at risk as polarization intensifies and public trust falters. BPC Elections develops innovative, bipartisan policy solutions to the most pressing challenges in election administration. Our work is guided by the idea that election policy must be resilient to shifting political winds and crafted with the input of election officials. Our overarching goal is to foster public trust in democratic institutions by strengthening election infrastructure at the state and federal level.
    Candidates who exceed the qualifications for the role of policy analyst may be considered for a senior policy analyst position with additional responsibility and compensation. 
    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; it will include existing priorities of the Elections Project and will be focused on a new effort focused on recruitment, retention, and training within the election administration workforce. The Policy Analyst must be well-versed in election administration and with strong policy research, writing, and oral communication skills. The position will report to the Associate Director of the Elections Project Rachel Orey and work closely with others on BPC’s elections team.
    Specifically, the Policy Analyst will have the following responsibilities:
    • Substantively support BPC Elections’ research efforts. Independently draft blogs, explainers, and sections of white papers, reports, and other written deliverables as assigned on an array of election administration topics (with focus on recruitment, retention, and training). Candidates should have a strong independent work ethic and feel comfortable conducting research and writing with minimal supervision.
    • Assist in development of internal and external meeting agendas.
    • Participate in project engagement with stakeholders, fellows, project principals, and task force members.
    • Work with the development team to ensure that all development related collateral is accurate, well drafted and timely. Assist with donor maintenance as assigned.
    • Assist in management of project interns
    • Assist in administrative tasks, such as scheduling meetings, maintaining listservs, and organizing in-person meetings.
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  • Information Technology Security Analyst
    Employer: Illinois State Board of Elections
    Location: Sangamon County, IL
    Category: 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.

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