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  • Administrative Specialist III (Ballot Collection Lead)
    Employer: King County Elections
    Location: Renton, WA
    Category: Specialist

    This is an amazing opportunity to be engaged in the election process! The Department of Elections is recruiting a Ballot Collection Lead for the Elections Services Division. Under the direction of the Ballot Collection & Logistics Supervisor, this position will provide logistical support for ballot collection, fleet, and warehouse tasks and lead processes, projects and temporary staff. With over 70 ballot drop box locations throughout King County, this is a work group that continues to grow and evolve. This is a great opportunity for a detail oriented person with warehouse/receiving, data entry and strong interpersonal skills.
    WHO WE ARE: 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 fair, open 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. Learn more at www.kingcounty.gov/elections.aspx .
    The Department of Elections is searching for an energetic and resourceful professional who likes to “get stuff done”. The Ballot Collection Lead 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.
    WHO MAY APPLY: This position is open to all qualified applicants. The most competitive applicants will be contacted for further steps in the selection process.
    WORK SCHEDULE: This position is subject to the provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act and is overtime eligible. The workweek is typically 35 hours per week, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Position is expected to be able to work during sudden changes to schedule that may include early mornings, late nights, weekends, and holidays during designated election times. Mandatory overtime (including weekends or evenings) will be required during elections and other peak work periods.
    REQUIRED MATERIALS: A completed online King County employment Application at www.kingcounty.gov/jobs and a Resume and Cover Letter are required and should be attached before submitting your application. The cover letter should describe how your skills and experience meet or exceed the requirements of the job.
    JOB DUTIES:
    King County Elections believes in working in a very agile working environment. Creating a team that delivers now and in the future is very important. There may be various job duties that you could be assigned to including:
    • Using established expectations and measurement guidelines, assist in developing the expected returns forecast and propose staffing and ballot collection methods for each election.
    • Distribute work load among short term temporary employees, provide direction and training and monitor the quality and completion of work.
    • Assist in establishing work methods and recommending changes in work load and procedures to improve work processes.
    • Organize and coordinate work activities, assist in employee selection, and provide input on the performance of staff.
    • Provide direction to driving teams and drop box closers, including assigning teams, training and dispatching workgroups, ballot security during transit, and troubleshooting emergent issues.
    • Assist with drop box collection and closing needs including box integrity and maintenance, election night security and supplies.
    • Interpret established policies, procedures, and regulations to employees and customers.• Research and resolve questions, problems, or inquiries from staff, citizens, and stakeholders.
    • May also provide assistance with ballot delivery, proofing the Voter’s pamphlet, performing data entry, retrieving and editing records, and providing excellent customer service.
    EXPERIENCE, QUALIFICATIONS, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS:
    • Experience providing oversight to a diverse group of workers in a team focused environment.
    • Demonstrated ability to provide excellent verbal and written communication including instruction, training, and feedback.
    • Work experience that includes maintaining and tracking data, data analysis, and designing and maintaining data sources.
    • Experience presenting information to large diverse audiences.
    • Demonstrated ability maintaining a professional demeanor and providing timely and reliable customer service preferably in a public environment.
    • Demonstrated skill in handling stressful situations effectively while maintaining composure.
    • Experience maintaining confidentiality, while sharing the right information with the appropriate people.
    • Demonstrated ability managing quickly changing priorities and quickly changing information. Ability to assess the need for a change of course and then implement the adjustment clearly and decisively.
    • Experience in problem solving, research, analysis and assessing information requiring initiative and a self-starter.
    • Ability to multi-task and work in a busy environment with a sense of urgency, high energy, and enthusiasm.
    • Ability to work cooperatively with a variety of individuals in a team environment.
    • Demonstrated comfort with the use of Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, email and electronic record filing systems to create correspondence and spreadsheets, send and receive information, access and analyze data, and develop reports and outreach materials.
    DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Knowledge and proficient use of routing or logistical software (Marshall GIS LiGo, ESRI Workforce, etc.).
    • Experience with Microsoft Office SharePoint and Teams.• Experience with dispatch processes.
    • Working knowledge of election operations.

    King County is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Employer
    No person is unlawfully excluded from employment opportunities based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex (including gender identity, sexual orientation and pregnancy), age, genetic information, disability, veteran status, or other protected class. Our EEO policy applies to all employment actions, including but not limited to recruitment, hiring, selection for training, promotion, transfer, demotion, layoff, termination, rates of pay or other forms of compensation

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  • Administrative Specialist III (Ballot Collection Lead)
    Employer: King County Elections
    Location: Renton, WA
    Category: Specialist

    This is an amazing opportunity to be engaged in the election process! The Department of Elections – is searching for energetic and resourceful professionals who like to “get stuff done”. The Administrative Specialist II positions in the Election Services Division combine 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 1.3 million voters in King County, the largest vote-by-mail county in the United States. KCE’s mission is to conduct fair, open 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. Learn more at www.kingcounty.gov/elections.aspx .

    Work Schedule: This position is subject to the provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and is overtime eligible. The workweek is typically 35 hours per week, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. We require the flexibility to work additional hours during peak periods of the Election cycle that may occur outside of typical business hours.

    Materials Required to Apply: A completed online King County employment application at www.kingcounty.gov/jobs and a Resume and Cover Letter is required with your submission. The cover letter should describe how your skills and experience meet or exceed the requirements of the job.

    JOB DUTIES:
    King County Elections believes in working in a very agile working environment. Creating a team that delivers now and in the future is very important. There may be various job duties that you could be assigned to including:
    • Provide excellent customer service to internal and external customers in person, via telephone, and via e-mail by processing voter registrations, communicating election
    program information and explaining election procedures, guidelines and regulations.
    • Perform production-level computer work which includes accurate data entry and retrieving and editing records.
    • Organize and coordinate work activities and assist with providing training and one-onone instruction to diverse staff.
    • Provide assistance with ballot delivery including proofing Voter’s Pamphlets and ballots.
    • Set up records and file documents in both electronic and paper formats.
    • Review documents for proper format, accuracy, completion, eligibility, and other legal guidelines.
    • Utilize spreadsheets, word documents and reports to track and document performance data.
    • Research and resolve questions from staff, citizens and stakeholders.
    • Document and improve work processes, procedures and instructions.
    • Assist with ballot collection by accompanying a driver to empty ballots from ballot drop boxes and securely transport them back to the elections office.

    EXPERIENCE, QUALIFICATIONS, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS:
    • Attention to detail and proofreading skills.
    • Ability to maintain the integrity and confidentiality of the position.
    • Commitment to providing excellent verbal and written customer service to everyone. This can be demonstrated through establishing and maintaining effective relationships, and building rapport with a variety of people through active, attentive listening, and respect for differing backgrounds and points of view.
    • Demonstrated comfort with the use of personal computers, email and electronic record filing systems to create correspondence and spreadsheets, send and receive information, access and analyze data, and develop reports and outreach materials.
    • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
    • Ability to follow directions with strict rules and regulations.
    • Ability to gain knowledge of elections terminology.
    • Ability to stand or sit for periods of time as required.
    • Ability to bend, kneel, stand, reach, climb, stoop, squat, lift and/or move 25 lbs. of ballots.
    Desired Qualifications:• Experience with Microsoft Office Suite – specifically Word, Excel, SharePoint, and MS Teams.
    • Initiative in taking on new tasks and projects.
    • Familiarity with diverse communities and direct community based or customer service-based experience is preferred.

    King County is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Employer
    No person is unlawfully excluded from employment opportunities based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex (including gender identity, sexual orientation and pregnancy), age, genetic information, disability, veteran status, or other protected class. Our EEO policy applies to all employment actions, including but not limited to recruitment, hiring, selection for training, promotion, transfer, demotion, layoff, termination, rates of pay or other forms of compensation.

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

    This is an amazing opportunity to be engaged in the election process!
    The Department of Elections – is searching for energetic and resourceful professionals who like to “get stuff done”. The Administrative Specialist II positions in the Election Services Division combine 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 1.3 million voters in King County, the largest vote-by-mail county in the United States. KCE’s mission is to conduct fair, open 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. Learn more at www.kingcounty.gov/elections.aspx . Who May Apply: This position is open to all qualified applicants. Applications will be screened for qualifications and completion of all the required materials and forms. The most competitive applicants may be contacted for further steps in the selection process. Work Schedule: This position is subject to the provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and is overtime eligible. The workweek is typically 35 hours per week, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. We require the flexibility to work additional hours during peak periods of the Election cycle that may occur outside of typical business hours. Materials Required to Apply: A completed online King County employment application at www.kingcounty.gov/jobs and a Resume and Cover Letter is required with your submission. The cover letter should describe how your skills and experience meet or exceed the requirements of the job.
    JOB DUTIES:
    King County Elections believes in working in a very agile working environment. Creating a team that delivers now and in the future is very important. There may be various job duties that you could be assigned to including:
    • Provide excellent customer service to internal and external customers in person, via telephone, and via e-mail by processing voter registrations, communicating election program information and explaining election procedures, guidelines and regulations.
    • Perform production-level computer work which includes accurate data entry and retrieving and editing records.
    • Organize and coordinate work activities and assist with providing training and one-onone instruction to diverse staff.
    • Provide assistance with ballot delivery including proofing Voter’s Pamphlets and ballots.
    • Set up records and file documents in both electronic and paper formats.
    • Review documents for proper format, accuracy, completion, eligibility, and other legal guidelines.
    • Utilize spreadsheets, word documents and reports to track and document performance data.
    • Research and resolve questions from staff, citizens and stakeholders.
    • Document and improve work processes, procedures and instructions.
    • Assist with ballot collection by accompanying a driver to empty ballots from ballot drop boxes and securely transport them back to the elections office.
    EXPERIENCE, QUALIFICATIONS, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS:
    • Attention to detail and proofreading skills.
    • Ability to maintain the integrity and confidentiality of the position.
    • Commitment to providing excellent verbal and written customer service to everyone. This can be demonstrated through establishing and maintaining effective relationships, and building rapport with a variety of people through active, attentive listening, and respect for differing backgrounds and points of view.
    • Demonstrated comfort with the use of personal computers, email and electronic record filing systems to create correspondence and spreadsheets, send and receive information, access and analyze data, and develop reports and outreach materials.
    • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
    • Ability to follow directions with strict rules and regulations.
    • Ability to gain knowledge of elections terminology.
    • Ability to stand or sit for periods of time as required.
    • Ability to bend, kneel, stand, reach, climb, stoop, squat, lift and/or move 25 lbs. of ballots.
    Desired Qualifications:• Experience with Microsoft Office Suite – specifically Word, Excel, SharePoint, and MS Teams.
    • Initiative in taking on new tasks and projects.
    • Familiarity with diverse communities and direct community based or customer service-based experience is preferred.
    SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:
    Travel to work locations throughout King County with limited or no public transportation services is required. A valid Washington State Driver’s License is required to operate King County vehicles.
    UNION: This position is represented by Teamsters Local 117, Professional & Technical and Administrative Employees.

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  • General Registrar
    Employer: Prince William County
    Location: Manassas, VA
    Category:

    The Prince William County Electoral Board is seeking a General Registrar to provide leadership and management in the Office of Elections in Prince William County, Virginia. We are one of Virginia’s fastest-growing counties with a diverse population of 470,000 citizens and over 300,000 registered voters.

    ABOUT THIS ROLE
    The General Registrar is an appointed state employee and sworn official with overall responsibility for administering the provisions of Virginia election laws under guidelines established by the State Board of Elections and the Prince William County Electoral Board, including the duties and powers of the General Registrar as stated in Title 24.2 of the Code of Virginia and in compliance with other federal, state and local laws and policies. With yearly and frequent elections, the General Registrar is responsible for the oversight of a large and complex voter registration and election administration agency with approximately 20 full-time employees and more than 1,000 election officers. The General Registrar consults with, advises and reports to the Prince William County Electoral Board on all issues relative to election administration and voter registration.

    The General Registrar, working with the Electoral Board identifies suitable polling places, acquires and test voting and other equipment, recruits and trains Officers of Election, and obtains technical support and financial resources. Learn more about us on a virtual tour by clicking here.

    PREFERENCES
    The Board is seeking an innovative leader with demonstrated management experience and political acumen. It is critical that the General Registrar have excellent interpersonal skills and a high level of multi-cultural sensitivity to work effectively with a diverse community and employee population and a complex hierarchy. This is an executive management position that reports to the three-person County Electoral Board. The General Registrar must effectively manage the Office of Elections budget of approximately $3 million. Experience with election law in the Commonwealth of Virginia, preferred.

    SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS
    Successful candidate must be (or must become within 30 days of appointment) a registered voter in Prince William County, Virginia.

    SCHEDULE REQUIREMENTS
    Monday – Friday with flexibility to work evenings and weekends as needed.

    LIVE HERE…. WORK HERE…..Prince William County (PWC) is a beautiful historic community located about 30 miles from our nations Capital. We have excellent schools, beautiful parks and cultural opportunities for the entire family. PWC Government offers excellent pay, a comprehensive benefits package, generous leave accrual and access to training and career development opportunities.

    This position will excite individuals ready to accept the challenge to run secure elections in the 21st century… If this describes you, APPLY TODAY!

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  • Deputy Elections Administrator
    Employer: Dallas County
    Location: Dallas, TX
    Category: Administration

    Assists with the direction and oversight of absentee mail voting, early voting, and election day voting for 1.1 million registered voters; ensures the voter registration rolls are accurate and complete; and assists in the oversight of the campaign finance files for candidates and office holders. Coordinates with the County IT Department in managing the department’s purchased software solutions and developing internal software solutions; coordinates employee usage of software. Negotiates, drafts, finalizes and manages comprehensive election contracts with the Elections Administrator; ensures compliance of contracts for thirty (30) contracted elections per year; and presents briefings and orders for Commissioners Court, the Election Board and the Citizen Election Advisory Committee. Assists the Elections Administrator in managing the budget, monitoring purchases and developing strategic, operational, and budgetary plans. Manages daily activities of staff; reviews and approves delegated personnel functions with the Elections Administrator regarding hiring, evaluating, disciplining, training and terminating of early voting election judges and staff, the utilization of equipment, and the reporting of counted ballots and election results; provides direction and guidance to supervisory staff on personnel issues. Monitors, reviews and analyzes statutes, regulations, and election legislation to determine impact on election operations and to ensure compliance. Performs all functions of the Elections Administrator in his or her absence. Interacts with judiciary, department heads, elected officials, other County staff and the general public to resolve problems, provide information and communicate ideas. Performs other duties as assigned. Salary Range: $8,077-$10,081/month.

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  • Customer Support Consultant
    Employer: Hart InterCivic
    Location: Austin, TX
    Category: Customer Service

    The Customer Support Consultant is responsible for providing application and hardware support to Hart InterCivic customers via telephone and email for all Hart InterCivic products. The Customer Support Consultant is also responsible for monitoring all requests to ensure efficient, effective resolution. The successful Customer Support Consultant will work directly with customers and other staff members. The position is responsible for responding to customer contacts, dealing with issues in a professional manner, providing technical direction to customers in a manner they can understand and being a customer advocate. The Customer Support Consultant must have outstanding written and verbal communication skills.

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  • Assistant IT Chief
    Employer: Dallas County
    Location: Dallas, TX
    Category: IT

    Manages, oversees and performs technical and administrative work of information technology for the Elections Office. Provides technology vision and leadership in the development and implementation of the elections technology program while assisting the Elections Administrator in strategic, tactical and elections related compliance. Oversees the design, implementation and evaluation of systems to support end users in productive use of computer hardware and software; collaborates with the County’s Information Security Officer, IT operations, IT applications to ensure best-in-class recording and elections security, infrastructure and client services. Directs and oversees IT projects and systems to ensure security, quality control and efficiency; facilitates the development of each project to meet customer needs. Plans and implements enterprise information systems to support elections operations. Manages and directs IT personnel to establish workload priorities; coordinates projects and reporting of activities while maintaining workflow estimates. Facilitates communication between staff, management, vendors, and other technology resources within the organization and with outside stakeholders. Provides project management oversight for key initiatives and division-level responsibilities. Manages the division budget expenditures and related administrative tasks. Plans, directs, and monitors the development, installation and maintenance of computer programs and associated computer operations necessary to achieve functional departmental systems. Develops the design specifications of computer systems, programs and operating systems, with the following core competencies: Security Analysis, Design, Business Process Improvement, Data, Modeling, Development, Planning, Implementation, Test Script Development, Monitoring/Controls, Troubleshooting/Problem Solving, Documentation and Service Motivation. Collaborates with the Information Security Officer, IT Operations, IT Applications and PMO to ensure best-in-class procedures and security standards for the security of all elections information and established IT programs. Directs and/or assists in the resolution of highly complex or unusual business problems that cross various IT disciplines and agency boundaries. Develops and establishes department standards and procedures, including application development, quality assurance, incident management, documentation and project management. Evaluates, plans, reviews, and recommends long-range enhancements for computer hardware, software and data communications equipment. Performs other duties as assigned.

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  • Bilingual Coordinator/Clerk
    Employer: York County
    Location: York, PA
    Category: Bilingual Coordinator

    $11.50/hr, 40 hours/week.

    Position Summary:
    Assists in the voter registration and election process. Coordinates all bilingual activities of the Election/Voter Registration Office.

    ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS, DUTIES, AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
    * Assemble and pack supplies for local election boards.
    * Answer telephone.
    * Assist in the voter registration and election process including scanning signatures.
    * Assist at the front counter.
    * File as required.
    * Assist Spanish-speaking voters, candidates and other members of the public through interpretation and service.
    * Coordinate all bilingual activities of the Election/Voter Registration Office.
    * Speak before various community groups concerning the election/voter registration process.
    * Other reasonable duties as assigned by Supervisor.

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  • Virtual Event Planner
    Employer: Early Voting Information Center
    Location: Portland, OR
    Category: Event Planning

    The Early Voting Information Center (EVIC) at Reed College seeks out a virtual event planner and project manager with a strong understanding of United States politics, particularly as it relates to election policy, to help lead, coordinate, plan, and execute an applied research project focused on understanding and strengthening the capacity of local election administrators in the United States. EVIC seeks out an individual who can help to coordinate and engage academic teams, local and state elections officials, and other stakeholders engaged in the research efforts.  The lead project team is located in Portland, Oregon, but remote work is possible. Time demands are expected to be ten hours/week with some variation, beginning on or around May 1stand ending October 31, with a possibility of extension. Application: Interested candidates should send a short letter of interest, qualifications, and description of applicable experience; and a resume or curriculum vita to Karen Perkins at red@reed.edu.

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  • Senior Information Security Specialist (Information Systems Specialist 8)
    Employer: Oregon Secretary of State
    Location: Salem, OR
    Category: Specialist

    The primary purpose of this position is to administer the information security program and serve as the technical security advisor for the Elections Division of the Oregon Secretary of State’s Office. This accomplished in part by, but is not limited to:

    *Ensure the confidentiality, integrity and availability of agency information assets by providing guidance on security incidents, security features and/or risks in a given information systems environment.

    *Work with Federal, State and County Election offices on cybersecurity best practices on Elections and voting systems.

    *Provide system administration for information security hardware and software.

    *Monitor, track compliance and document incident handling responses on existing systems.

    *Conduct Information System Security Engineering activities at the subsystem and system level of design and provides security consultation on proposed designs.

    *Enforce compliance with Configuration Management (CM) and Information Security governance to ensure IT policy, directives and guidance are followed on agency systems and Election systems.

    *Complete Vulnerability scans, Information System Security audits, analysis, risk assessments, vulnerability assessments, intrusion detection/prevention and log monitoring of computing resources.

    *Provide support for system engineering life cycle from the specification through the design or hardware or software, procurement and development integration, test, operations, and maintenance.

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  • Lake County Board of Elections (Ohio) - Deputy Director
    Employer: Lake County Board of Elections
    Location: Painesville, OH
    Category: Administration

    JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: DEPUTY DIRECTOR – REPUBLICAN PARTY
    LAKE COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS
    The Lake County Board of Elections (Painesville, Ohio) is accepting applications for the position of Deputy Director of the Board of Elections. Situated in Northeast Ohio along Lake Erie, Lake County boasts a strong local economy with diverse dining, entertainment and housing options. Lake County ranks 12th in the State of Ohio in voter registration population with approximately 163,000 registered voters, 56 polling locations and 163 precincts. The Board plans to implement a new voting system in 2021, which is one of the many exciting projects the new Deputy Director will assist with upon appointment. The Board’s 7 full-time employees and numerous seasonal employees offer decades of combined election experience and are committed to administering free and fair elections.
    The successful applicant will be affiliated with the Republican Party and will reside and register to vote in Lake County within 30 days of being appointed. Additional minimum qualifications include the following: a high school diploma or have attained the equivalency of a high school diploma (GED). College level education is desired. Baseline understanding of the rules, processes, procedures, and equipment used in local election administration, including: Operating voting machines and other automated office equipment; managing a successful and efficient database; using, understanding and applying election law terminology; understanding the basics of Ohio’s “sunshine laws” governing open meetings and public records; and, receiving and implementing assignments and instructions from board members and the Ohio Secretary of State’s Office.
    Managerial requirements, as demonstrated by previous work experience, include the following: Effective written and interpersonal communication abilities; strong organizational skills and attention to detail; familiarity with relevant state and federal human resources policies and practices; familiarity with the handling of budgets and public appropriation of funds; ability to perform duties as assigned by the law, the board of elections, and/or the Secretary of State; ability to convey or exchange information, including giving and managing assignments or direction to board personnel; ability to adapt and to perform in a professional manner under stressful or emergency situations; ability to comprehend a variety of informational documents; and, ability to conduct self at all times in a professional and courteous manner.
    Ideal candidates will have previous employment at a Board of Elections or similar elections office and experience with programming elections using hardware and software provided by Election Systems and Software (ES&S) as well as Triad Government Services voter registration software.
    Starting salary is negotiable and recruitment is open until the position is filled. The successful applicant must consent to and pass a statewide criminal background check. Qualified applicants must send cover letter and resume to Lake@Ohiosos.gov or mail hardcopy of the same to:
    Attention: Board Members
    Lake County Board of Elections
    105 Main St. Ste. 107,
    Painesville, OH 44077
    The Lake County Board of Elections is an equality opportunity employer.

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  • Director/Deputy Director
    Employer: Belmont County
    Location: St. Clairsville, OH
    Category: Administration

    Director or Deputy Director – Republican Party
    Belmont County Board of Elections

    The Belmont County Board of Elections is accepting applications for the position of Director or Deputy Director of the Belmont County Board of Elections. This position is responsible for preparing and conducting all elections held in Belmont County. The Director and Deputy Director oversee all operations involved in the election process in accordance with Title 35 of the Ohio Revised Code, policies and procedures of the State of Ohio and federal election laws. The Director and Deputy Director perform work of considerable difficulty and must be adaptable and able to perform in a stressful environment, emergency situations and during an election cycle, long work hours, including evenings and weekends. Additionally, the Director and Deputy Director’s responsibilities include but are not limited to the management of an annual budget; enforcing board policies on purchasing, personnel and legal matters; staffing, training, supervise the processing of voter records, audit campaign finance reports, calculate charge backs to political subdivisions and election planning for a public agency. The Director and Deputy Director report to a four-member bi-partisan board. The Director and Deputy Director must be of opposite political parties. The candidate for this posting must be a member of the Republican Party, be a resident elector of Belmont County or be able to relocate within 30 days of employment. Applicants must agree to a background check.

    The Belmont County Board of Elections is seeking an exceptional and professional administrator with a documented record of accomplishments and experience. The successful candidate must display strong leadership and communication skills to assume the role of Director or Deputy Director and must have the ability to develop and implement progressive elections procedures and work practices.

    Qualifications also include a demonstrated ability to solve problems within the scope of responsibility, present ideas effectively and to establish and maintain effective working relationships with the Belmont County Board of Elections, the Ohio Secretary of State’s Office, the County Commissioners, other elected officials, employees, community representatives and the general public. It is desired that the successful candidate will have a college education and possess knowledge of and have experience in Ohio election laws and procedures including an understanding of computer information systems.

    Applicants are subject to a criminal background check and must identify their political party on their application. Under Ohio Law, the Director and Deputy Director may not be of the same political party.

    Deadline to submit an application is 4:00 pm on Friday, May 21, 2021.

    Please submit a letter of interest, resume, completed application and Form 307 to:

    Belmont County Board of Elections
    52180 National Rd.
    PO Box 994
    St. Clairsville, OH 43950

    A full job description and application can be found on the Belmont County Board of Elections website: boe.ohio.gov/belmont/

    The Belmont County Board of Elections is an equal opportunity employer

    DIRECTOR & DEPUTY DIRECTOR
    1. Minimum Qualifications
    Education
    A candidate for director or deputy director of a board of elections must have a high school diploma or have attained the equivalency of a high school diploma (GED). College level education is desired.

    Election related experience and skills
    A candidate for director or deputy director of a board of elections must have a baseline understanding of the rules, processes, procedures, and equipment used in local election administration, including:

    i. Operating voting machines used in the county and other automated office equipment;
    ii. Managing a successful and efficient database;
    iii. Using, understanding and applying election law terminology;
    iv. Knowing the basics of Ohio’s “sunshine laws” governing open meetings and public records; and
    v. Receiving and implementing assignments and instructions from board members and Secretary of State’s office;

    General managerial experience and skills
    A candidate for director or deputy director of a board of elections must, to the satisfaction of a majority of the board, have the experience and capability to manage the day-to-day operations of that county’s board of elections (this requirement is scalable to the size and needs of the local operation). To this end, the candidate must possess:
    i. Effective written and interpersonal communication abilities;
    ii. Strong organizational skills and attention to detail;
    iii. Familiarity with relevant state and federal human resources policies and practices;
    iv. Familiarity with the handling of budgets and public appropriation of funds;
    v. Ability to perform duties assigned by the law, the county board of elections, and/or the Secretary of State;
    vi. Ability to convey or exchange information, including giving and managing assignments or direction to board personnel;
    vii. Ability to adapt and to perform in a professional manner under stressful or emergency situations;
    viii. Ability to comprehend a variety of informational documents; and
    ix. Ability to conduct self at all times in a professional and courteous manner.

    Successful completion of a criminal background check
    Before being selected as director or deputy director by a county board of elections, the candidate must complete Form 307 (kept on file with the board of elections), and pass, to the satisfaction of a majority of the
    board members as described below, at minimum, a statewide criminal background check conducted at the expense of the board of elections.

    Job Descriptions

    i. Prepare and conduct all primary, general, and special elections held in the county;
    ii. Process, evaluate, and report election results;
    iii. Recruit and train precinct election officials;
    iv. Supervise the processing of voter records;
    v. Keep a full and true record of the proceedings of the board and all moneys received and expended;
    vi. File and preserve in the board office all orders, records, and reports pertaining to the administration of voter registrations and elections;
    vii. Prepare the minutes of board meetings;
    viii. Audit campaign finance reports;
    ix. Calculate charge backs to political subdivisions;
    x. Receive and have custody of all books, papers, and property belonging to the board;
    xi. Perform such other duties in connection with the office of director and the proper conduct of elections as the Secretary of State and board determine;
    xii. Review all Directives, Advisories, Memoranda, correspondence and materials issued by the Secretary of State and take action as required by those communications;
    xiii. Supervise and instruct board employees, assign work, coordinate activities, make recommendations concerning hiring, responsibilities, compensation, discipline, and discharge of board employees; and
    xiv. Develop a proposed annual budget to be submitted to the county commissioners, upon approval of the board of elections, and monitor the board’s budget and payroll relative to current year appropriations.

  • Deputy Director
    Employer: Geauga County Board of Elections
    Location: Chardon, OH
    Category: Administration

    NOTICE OF JOB OPPORTUNITY
    The Geauga County Board of Elections is seeking applicants for the position of Director/Deputy Director. The applicant must be a registered Democrat and be a resident of Geauga County within 30 days of being hired. Applicants must provide a cover letter, resume, and Secretary of State Form 307. Applications shall be submitted to the Geauga County Board of Elections, 470 Center St. Bldg. 6, Chardon, OH 44024 Attention Janet M. Carson or email janetcarson2020@gmail.com no later than May 3, 2021, by 4:00 PM.
    MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
    Education: A candidate for Director must possess at least a high school diploma or a (GED). College-level education is preferred. Specialized training and/or certification in the various aspects of election administration is to be most preferred in evaluating the education background of applicants.
    Election-related experience and skills: operating voting machines used in the county and other automated office equipment; comprehension of successful and efficient database management, including cooperating with Ohio Secretary of State on the statewide registered voter database; using interpreting and applying election law terminology and language; assisting any person, without regard to that person’s political affiliation, who asks the board office for information which is within the scope of the board’s jurisdiction, including public records requests; receiving and implementing assignments and instructions from board members and Secretary of State’s office; performing all other duties as assigned, delegated or required of the Director including those prescribed by law, rule or directive; travel as needed, attend training including out of the county as approved by the board or required by the Secretary of State. General managerial experience and skills: possession of effective written and interpersonal communication abilities; strong organizational skills and attention to detail; familiarity with human resources policies and practices, including familiarity with equal opportunity employment practices; familiarity with handling budgets and public appropriation of funds; assignments or direction to board personnel; ability to be adaptable and to perform in stressful or emergency situations; ability to comprehend a variety of informational documents; ability to conduct self at all times professionally and courteously. Candidates must have an acceptable driving record.
    Successful applicant will be subject to a criminal background check
    A copy of the evaluation rubric is available upon request.
    An Equal Opportunity Employer

  • Campaign Finance Director
    Employer: North Carolina State Board of Elections
    Location: Raleigh, NC
    Category: Director

    The N.C. State Board of Elections is the statewide agency that supervises elections administration, enforces campaign finance requirements, and conducts associated investigations. The State Board ensures uniform implementation of state and federal election laws and appoints local officials serving on county boards of elections. The Board is composed of five individuals appointed by the Governor from lists of nominees submitted by the chairs of the two political parties having the highest number of registered affiliates. Agency staff are civil servants subject to the State Personnel Act.

    Primary Purpose of the Division:
    The Campaign Finance Division is responsible for the administration of campaign finance disclosure, auditing, and the penalty process for non-compliance with laws and regulations. The division processes and audits all reports submitted at the state level, provides guidance and training to county boards of elections for county level filing, and ensures training is provided to committees as required by statute.

    Primary Purpose of the Position:
    The primary purpose of this position is to oversee the agency’s administration of campaign finance disclosure, auditing, and the non-compliance process, supervise the program analysts and disclosure specialists, and develop processes, procedures, policies, and training for the laws and regulations for state and county campaign finance administration and for committee treasurers, candidates, and other regulated entities. This position works collaboratively with other agency divisions including Election Administration, Training & Outreach, Business Operations, Legal, and Investigations. The position works closely with the Associate General Counsel focused on campaign finance to ensure policies and procedures are legally compliant. This position works with legal and investigations to provide input on campaign finance investigations. It also provides recommendations on policies, advisory opinions, and investigations to the agency’s executive director and board members as needed.

    Description of Work:
    Direct and supervise administration of campaign finance disclosure, auditing, and the non-compliance process. Develop processes, procedures, and policies for State and county campaign finance administration. Possesses in-depth knowledge of accounting practices, complex auditing processes, and campaign finance law and procedures.

    Supervise campaign finance staff, ensuring training, accuracy, and adherence to standard operating procedures and program goals.

    Provide guidance on investigations. Analyze, evaluate, and make recommendations to the agency’s executive director and board members regarding campaign finance policies, advisory opinions, and investigations.

    Work with the Training and Outreach Team to develop and deliver training for county directors, committee treasurers, candidates, and other regulated entities.

    Work with the county boards of elections to support county level filing and auditing and ensure communication with county staff regarding non-compliant committees and other filers that file reports with the county board of elections.

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES / COMPETENCIES:
    • Proficient knowledge of accounting practices and procedures as related to campaign finance administration.
    • Thorough knowledge of and ability to interpret, apply, and communicate statutory regulations pertaining to campaign finance policies, statutes, and regulations.
    • Ability to analyze, interpret, recommend, and implement campaign finance policy, processes, and procedural guidelines.
    • Ability to plan, organize, and supervise the work of others.
    • Ability to train and manage employees engaged in specific campaign finance programs and achieve program goals.
    • Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with coworkers, multiple governmental agencies, county election officials, and the general public.
    • Ability to convey information clearly and concisely either verbally or in writing to ensure that the intended audience understands the information.
    • Ability to listen and respond appropriately to others.
    • Ability to remain flexible to meet constantly changing and sometimes opposing demands.
    • Ability to quickly learn new business concepts and processes.
    • Ability to work independently and use sound judgment in making decisions.
    • Ability to travel in-state, as needed.

    MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:
    Bachelor’s degree from an appropriately accredited institution and three (3) years of program experience related to the area of assignment, including one year of supervisory program experience; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.

    SUPPLEMENTAL AND CONTACT INFORMATION:
    **PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION ON-LINE USING THIS WEBSITE **

    All applicants must complete and submit a State application for employment using the NEOGOV Online Job Application System (http://www.oshr.nc.gov/jobs/) for the State of North Carolina. To receive credit for your work history and credentials, you must list the information on the online application form. Any information omitted from the application cannot be considered for qualifying credit. Attached or incorporated resumes (including Text Resumes on application form) WILL NOT be used for screening for qualifying credit. Please make sure you complete the application in full. “See Resume” or “See Attachment” will NOT be accepted. Other attachments (except a DD-214 copy) will also be accepted, but not used in screening for qualifying credit. Applicants are required to scan and attach a copy of their DD-214 (Form 4 or Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty) or discharge orders if they wish to obtain Veteran’s preference. Applicants may be subject to a criminal background check.

    Due to the volume of applications received, we are unable to provide information regarding the status of your application over the phone. To check the status of your application, please log in to your account and click “Application Status”. It is not necessary to contact the Human Resources Office to check the status of an application.
    If you are having technical issues submitting your application, please call the NEOGOV Help Line at 855-524-5627. If there are any questions about this posting, other than your application status, please contact the Elections and Ethics Human Resources Office.

    CONTACT INFORMATION
    NC Board of Elections
    Human Resources Management Office
    430 N. Salisbury Street
    Raleigh, NC 27603
    Phone: 919-814-0700

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  • Elections Operations Manager
    Employer: Michigan Department of State
    Location: Lansing, MI
    Category: Operations

    This position serves to manage and support the Bureau of Election’s (BOE) Operations Section, including external and internal operations and performance activities. The purpose is to optimize the BOE’s daily functions and the performance and quality of BOE functions and external partner activities. This position supports BOE by managing vendor relationships, liaising with other State agencies and offices, managing grant and equipment distribution to local jurisdictions, overseeing special projects (including process improvements), serving as the main logistics point-of-contact for the Secretary of State website and phone functions (external), as well as for Department of State press and constituent relations questions. The position also provides second level supervision and leadership for the Data and Programs Unit within the Operations Section of BOE. The Data and Programs unit manages the Qualified Voter File, including the street index, ballot administration and candidate listing application, equipment, resource, and security implementation, along with analytics and requests and process tracking. Salary: $80,864 – $116,315. Deadline: May 19.

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  • Policy Associate
    Employer: National Conference of State Legislatures
    Location: Denver, CO
    Category: Associate

    The policy associate will work in NCSL’s Elections and Redistricting Program in NCSL’s Denver office. Broadly, this position includes research, analysis and program/meeting planning related to election administration. Primary duties will include collecting and maintaining data related to election legislation; responding to research requests; maintaining webpages and other internal and external resources; coordinating speakers, agendas and logistics for meetings; and developing connections with state legislators, legislative staff and subject-area experts. Public speaking will be minimal at the beginning but will expand with experience. The policy associate will work under the direction of supervisors and in collaboration with other Elections and Redistricting team members. The policy associate may also have responsibility for independent research projects, databases or webpages. All major work products will be reviewed by senior professionals or project managers. Travel several times a year will be expected. Salary: $4,199 /month.

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  • Elections Director
    Employer: Jefferson County
    Location: Golden , CO
    Category: Director

    Jefferson County Government, CO

    Close Date: 05/10/21
    Full time-$87,014.48-$139,223.15
    Category:Executive Management
    CR Administration
    Purpose
    Are you seeking more than a paycheck?

    Do you want to serve your community in a way that’s friendly, composed, and professional? At JeffCo, we are looking for customer-focused individuals just like YOU who take pride in their work, have an eye for detail, and believe in a positive attitude. Whether you are coming from a job where travel is mandatory, or leaving a company with an overwhelming schedule, you can find a better quality of life working with the JeffCo community. We offer exciting benefits such as flex time, generous holiday schedules, and regular business hours so you can stay put, spend more time with family, and enjoy all the amenities Jefferson County has to offer!

    If you are looking for a great opportunity for your career to take off, then this position welcomes you to work for a County that thrives on working collaboratively and overcoming challenges. We are seeking someone who has a strong work-ethic, is a self-starter, loves what they do and is motivated to share their knowledge and experience with those who they work with.
    The Elections Director leads the division responsible for planning, organizing, and executing the federal, state, and local elections in one of the top swing counties in the country. With significant autonomy, the Elections Director performs high-level technical and administrative activities, responsible both for setting the division’s strategy and ensuring flawless day-to-day operations, as required in elections. The Elections Director also liaises with internal and external stakeholders, fostering collaboration from across the political spectrum for all the division’s activities.

    The ideal candidate will be a solutions-driven professional with a desire to set the bar for accessible, efficient, and transparent election administration. This person must be innovative and data-driven, must be relentlessly detail-oriented, and must come to work every day thinking how to further expand the accessibility of our elections, while also ensuring their integrity and security. The candidate must also have the proven ability to move between diverse tasks with ease, and must thrive in a high-stress, high-scrutiny environment.
    Leading project management for the administration of federal, state, coordinated, recall, and special elections for Jefferson County.
    Overseeing administration, development, and maintenance of voter registration.
    Performing managerial duties for full time employees of the division, including performance management, training, and employee relations.
    Planning, testing, and scrutinizing to ensure the utmost security of election administration and election data.
    Innovating and collaborating to enable maximum voter participation and accessibility.
    Studying national and state best practices and working to implement efficiencies using data and metrics.
    Providing accessibility and transparency by answering constituent questions about Jefferson County elections.
    Ensuring compliance with applicable election laws, Secretary of State election rules, and county policy through appropriate certification, training, and communication for division staff.
    Coordinating with Public and Government Affairs Director to facilitate voter education and outreach.
    Participating in state statute and rule-making review with Secretary of State and Colorado County Clerks Association.
    Coordinating, attending, and contributing to meetings on behalf of the division with internal and external stakeholders.
    Preparing and administering the division’s annual budget.
    QUALIFICATIONS:
    Minimum qualifications

    Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent combination of education and experience.
    Five (5) or more years of elections administration experience.
    Three (3) or more years of supervisory experience.
    Preferred qualifications

    Colorado elections administration experience strongly preferred.
    Familiarity with election law and Colorado Secretary of State rules required.
    Strong supervisory skills.
    Experience working with stakeholders across the political spectrum.
    Excellent written and oral communicator.
    Experience with data analysis and setting KPIs.
    Availability to work much more than 40 hours per week during election time, and to be accessible by phone and email after hours.
    Ability to thrive in a high-pressure, high-scrutiny, public-facing office.
    Recruitment Process: You are able to see your status and any communication when you log into your candidate portal. Listed below are the steps in our recruiting process:

    Once the job bulletin has closed, the Talent Acquisition Team evaluates all applications based on the minimum requirements listed in the qualifications section of the job bulletin.
    Next, the Talent Acquisition Team reviews applications for the preferred skills. While these skills are not a requirement for the position, they will contribute to the success of the new hire in this role. These skills are scored and the highest scoring applicants will be forwarded to the next step.
    The next step includes the hiring team reviewing applications and deciding who to contact for a phone screen/interview. The number of applications forwarded for Manager Review depends on the hiring teams request and can range from 10 applications to everyone who meets minimum requirements; not everyone who makes it to Manager Review is guaranteed an interview.
    If the hiring team wishes to speak with you further, they will reach out to you via phone call or email using the contact information listed on your application. You may receive emails asking you to complete a task within your candidate portal and it is important that you are receiving our emails as we do not want you to miss out on an opportunity.
    The time frame for contacting applicants depends on the hiring team’s schedule/workload and how many applications were referred for manager review. Please note that Jefferson County receives on average over 100 applications per job bulletin.

    Thank you for your patience and for your interest in Jefferson County Government! We wish you success through this process. Do not forget to sign up for Job Interest Alerts through your candidate portal to receive email alerts for future positions you are interested in.

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

    The Registrar of Voters is an executive management position that leads the Department and provides eligible citizens of San Diego County with widespread and ongoing opportunities to register and vote in fair and accurate elections for all federal, state and local offices and measures; and provides access to the information needed to utilize the initiative, referendum, and recall petition processes.

    Qualified candidates will possess a bachelor’s degree and five years of management level experience that demonstrates the ability to perform the essential functions of the classification.

    The ideal candidate for this position will have executive level decision-making skills in the area of election administration, as well as organizational and political acumen in order to advise and provide direction for ROV programs and services. Candidates familiar with election administration principles, campaign finance, election technologies, voting procedures, and federal and state election laws, are preferred.

    This recruitment will remain open until the position is filled. Interested applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible for consideration.

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  • Election Processing Supervisor
    Employer: San Diego County
    Location: San Diego, CA
    Category: Supervisor

    Election Processing Supervisors organize, direct, and supervise the activities of sections within the Registrar of Voters’ – Voters Services Divisions. Position responsibilities include but are not limited to: planning, scheduling and coordinating activities related to vote-by-mail ballots, sample ballots, election mail pick-up, voter records and registration, training, election equipment and warehouse; providing lead work in special projects and assignments; providing interpretations and ensuring proper implementation of Federal, State and local laws regulating elections.

    Click Here for a complete job description including examples of duties, essential functions, etc.

    Minimum Qualifications

    1. Three (3) years of supervisory experience including two (2) years of supervisory experience in an Elections Office in the State of California; OR,

    2. An associate’s degree from an accredited U.S. college or university, or a certified foreign studies equivalency in public or business administration or a related field, AND, one (1) year of supervisory experience in an Election.

    Note: Qualifying supervisory experience includes supervision over permanent or temporary full time, part time, seasonal employees or volunteers.

    Evaluation

    Qualified applicants will be placed on a twelve (12) month employment list based on scores received during the evaluation of information contained in the employment and supplemental application forms.

    Please ensure all the information is complete and accurate as the responses you provide on the supplemental application questionnaire will be reviewed by an automated evaluation system. If you are successful in the initial screening process, your application will be reviewed individually to confirm that the information you provided is accurate and qualifying.

    Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of a job, on a case-by-case basis.

    The County of San Diego and its employees embrace the Live Well San Diego vision: A region that is Building Better Health, Living Safely and Thriving. For more information www.livewellsd.org.

    Under California Government Code Sections 3100 – 3109, public employees are designated as disaster service workers. The term “public employees” includes all persons employed by the state or any county, city, state agency, or public district. Disaster service workers are required to participate in such disaster service activities as may be assigned to them by their employer or by law.

    The County of San Diego is committed to valuing diversity and practicing inclusion because our diverse workforce is our greatest asset and our customers are our number one priority.

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  • Democracy Summit Project Manager
    Employer: RepresentUS
    Location:  
    Category: Program Manager

    About RepresentUs

    RepresentUs is the nation’s leading right-left anti-corruption organization. We bring together conservatives, progressives, and everyone in between to secure crucial victories that defend our Republic and fix America’s corrupt political system.
    But what it means for you, potential coworker, is that you feel what we feel when you wake up every day: a strong sense of purpose that binds you to the spirit of this nation, and an overwhelming sense that you should do something about it. And you want to work with people who feel the same.
    RepresentUs is a carefully curated mix of seasoned political campaigners, policy wonks, advertising experts, designers, and engineers. We’re not a startup, but we’ve got startup DNA: we’re nimble, constantly learning and iterating, and we push ourselves to push the envelope—to ignore “industry standards” and set a new standard.

    Democracy is for all, and at RepresentUs, so is our workplace. That’s why we’re an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to evolving our staff and board to reflect the full diversity of America and the communities we aim to serve. As we seek the best of the best to join our ranks, we welcome applications from all walks of life (including but not limited to BIPOC/people of color, women, people with disabilities, and LGBTQ candidates) because we know that our democracy-building work has greater impact when we center diverse backgrounds, perspectives and ideologies. Once on the team, we encourage our teammates to bring their whole selves to work. We’re continually working to increase our cultural awareness, strengthen our approach to equity, and foster a climate of inclusion in all that we do. We invite you to belong with us! Read our statement on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion here.

    We’re headquartered in Northampton, MA and also have staff around the country. Come win with us!

    About Unrig

    Unrig Summit is the premier right-left summit to solve America’s political crisis. It’s the brightest minds from the right and left working together to unrig our broken system. In 2018, we convened the movement in New Orleans, and in 2019, we came together again in Nashville.

    For 2021, the Summit comes in an exciting and fresh new format in Austin, TX.

    From October 9 – 11, the summit shines a bright light on the most vital and unmissable content for the democracy reform movement — powerful speakers, inspiring leaders, world class entertainment and more. This year is a more focused program in a more intimate setting, featuring an all-day lineup on one mainstage, a breakout room for interactive workshops and trainings, and a select few highly-curated experiences to help us connect and collaborate — and of course, Unrigged Live! an evening of world-class entertainment to celebrate our movement like never before.

    Together we’ll spotlight our movement’s most innovative ideas, most promising campaigns, and most inspiring speakers. You won’t want to miss a moment, and the streamlined program means you won’t have to.

    Since the inaugural Unrig Summit in 2018, participants have gone on to lead the largest wave of democracy reform victories in American history, including spearheading anti-gerrymandering initiatives in four states, (MI, UT, CO, MO), winning ethics, transparency, and campaign finance reforms in cities and states across the country, and restoring the vote to 1.4M citizens in Florida.

    About the Role

    Under the direction of the President & Co-founder, the Democracy Summit Project Manager will lead the 2021 Summit. This role is responsible for guiding the event from ideation to execution and managing the events team made up of consultants and RepresentUs staff.
    Location is flexible, and we currently allow staff to work from home during COVID-19 for safety. This position is a full-time temporary role ending November 30, 2021.

    What You’ll Be Doing

    Manage Summit staff and consultant event team; recruit, hire, and train additional team members as needed .
    Oversee the work of the event team, including assigning tasks, supervising work, and ensuring deliverables and deadlines are met.
    Design and implement team operating processes, project management systems, and project timelines.
    Manage the Summit budget and work within budget constraints.
    Stay up to date on convening best practices and implement learnings for the summit.
    Ensure that Summit is aligned with the organization’s diversity, equity, and inclusion objectives and that it is a diverse, equitable, and inclusive event.
    Maintain alignment between Summit and organizational goals and democracy reform movement needs.
    Serve as event lead with consultants on the ground in the lead up to and during the event.
    Support and fully understand all facets of the event from start to finish.

    Skills and Experience

    You are a leader accustomed to managing, training, and motivating teams (often temporary and local to event locations) under pressure to meet goals and deadlines.
    You are known as a top performer among event planners with experience in both large-scale projects and people management.
    You are just as savvy at securing bespoke, VIP services as you are at negotiating price and controlling costs.
    Every process you touch becomes twice as efficient– you have excellent organizational, system building, evaluation, and written and verbal communication skills.
    You’re a strategic thinker who simultaneously sees the big picture and maintains sharp attention to detail.
    You have the ability to work effectively with a variety of stakeholders including: staff across all levels of the organization, consultants, volunteers, donors, members/constituents, external partners, and the general public. Courteous and professional in all communications.
    You consistently demonstrate common sense, flexibility and teamwork. Must be able to problem solve and adapt or modify plans, timelines or processes in response to changing circumstances.
    You are committed to changing the world for the better

    Compensation and Benefits

    This position full-time temporary position starting May 1, 2021and ending November 30, 2021.
    The annual salary range for the Democracy Summit Project Manager position is $70,000-$85,000 (based on year of experience and demographic location).

    To Apply

    Please provide a resume, cover letter, and a brief description of your experience level related to each bullet point in the “What You’ll Be Doing” list.

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  • CEO
    Employer: Verified Voting
    Location:  
    Category: Management

    Verified Voting is seeking its next CEO for its 501(c)(3) and 501(c)(4) entities. In the course of completing its strategic plan, Validating 2020, Verified Voting has significantly expanded its team and programmatic capacity to address the urgent need for greater accuracy, security, and verifiability in elections. The organization is now looking for a dynamic and experienced executive to lead the Board and staff through its next strategic planning, implementation and evaluation process as it continues to fulfill its mission. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the CEO will manage a team of seventeen. Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Organizational Strategy and Vision; Fundraising and Resource Development; Financial Management and Operations; Outreach and Communication; Human Resources / Staff Management; and Board Relations.

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  • Campaign Advisor
    Employer: RepresentUS
    Location:  
    Category: Advisor

    Campaign Advisor (remote)

    RepresentUs is hiring a full-time Campaign Advisor with a winning track record in politics who will guide several priority election reform campaigns to victory through 2024. The Advisor develops and maintains relationships with state campaigns and serves as a liaison with funders to ensure state campaigns are built for success, supported to win, and adhering to benchmarking goals tied to stages of funding.
    The ideal candidate has at least one or more cycles of experience managing winning statewide ballot initiative campaigns and/or has worked in a multi-client or multi-state advisory role with various types of campaigns. Alternatively, candidates should have at least one cycle managing (and winning ideally) candidate/electoral, legislative lobbying, or issue advocacy campaigns at the local, state or national level. Passion for RepresentUs’ mission to make America work for everyone, not just the powerful and well-connected, is essential. Commitment to working beyond partisanship is required, and past experience working with bipartisan or cross-partisan coalitions is preferred. Knowledge of policy solutions to fight corruption, get big money out of politics, end gerrymandering, and give voters more voice and more choice is a plus.

    Reporting to the Political Director of the Campaign Accelerator, the Advisor will:

    Conceptualize and refine the most impactful and cost-effective strategies to position a successful campaign, while overseeing the creation and implementation of tailored assets and services necessary to win
    Cultivate relationships with key in-state partners and organizations, providing them with analysis, ideas, support, and other guidance
    Develop and advise on tactical, strategic, and communications plans for target campaigns
    Work closely with the RepresentUs Campaign Accelerator staff to ensure the support of state campaigns
    Oversee and provide quality control for campaign budgets and liaise with campaign funders
    Participate in strategic planning discussions to assess and advance national, state, and local strategy
    Track and report on key campaign metrics to internal and external stakeholders

    Skills and Experience

    Campaign management experience is required. Candidates without at least 1 cycle of experience managing a campaign will not be considered.
    Experience working on ballot initiatives strongly preferred. A track record working on political and/or advocacy campaigns is preferred.
    Ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously, meeting frequent deadlines. Experience managing multi-state portfolios is strongly preferred.
    Excellent communication skills, both oral and written, with demonstrated success communicating complex political strategies to diverse audiences.
    Excellent strategic thinking and execution skills; ability to meet goals within a complex and sophisticated landscape.
    Demonstrated experience managing partnerships and relationships at the state and local level, especially those with funders, campaign partners, consultants, and other stakeholders.
    Strong budget management skills.
    Ability to travel on behalf of the organization as needed (when safe). Advisors usually travel approximately 25% of the time.
    This is a remote position, and candidates must have consistent access to reliable internet and phone.

    Compensation and Benefits

    We are committed to bringing in top talent from all sectors. Accordingly, we offer competitive salaries and benefits, including health (Harvard Pilgrim HMO or UnitedHealthcare PPO network) and dental insurance (Delta Dental), both with family/spouse/domestic partner options, retirement benefits, a health reimbursement account, a dependent care account, disability insurance, a wellness benefit, a $1,500 annual professional development stipend, and four weeks paid vacation, plus personal and sick time.
    The annual salary range for the Campaign Advisor position is $65,000 to $105,000 depending on location and experience.

    To Apply

    Please apply online at represent.us/careers (No phone calls, please). Applications received by May 5, 2021, will be given preference. All applications are due by May 12. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

    You will be asked to provide:
    A cover letter
    A resume
    A one-page or less response to the following skills assessment: Voters in the City of Austin are considering two ballot questions on their May 1, 2021 ballots. Proposition E is a charter amendment to create ranked-choice voting for city elections. Proposition H is a charter amendment to adopt a voluntary public campaign finance program. For both Proposition E and Proposition H, please predict whether you think each will win or lose, explain your rationale for why you expect those outcomes, and write 2-3 questions you would ask the campaign to help you assess whether or not they will win or lose on both Propositions.

    About RepresentUs
    RepresentUs is the nation’s leading right-left anti-corruption organization. We bring together conservatives, progressives, and everyone in between to secure crucial victories that fix America’s broken political system.
    RepresentUs is a carefully curated mix of seasoned political campaigners, policy wonks, advertising experts, designers, and engineers. We’re not a startup, but we’ve got startup DNA: we’re nimble, constantly learning and iterating, and we push ourselves to push the envelope—to ignore “industry standards” and set a new standard.
    We are an inclusive organization that welcomes and celebrates perspectives from all races and ethnicities, genders and identities, political and ideological affiliations, and experiences. We want everyone to feel empowered to bring their authentic selves to work.
    We believe our political system should reflect the varied voices of our nation, and so should our team. That’s why we’re an Equal Opportunity Employer; people of color, women, people with disabilities, and LGBTQ candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

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