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  • Senior Director, Election Law Program
    Employer: William & Mary
    Location: Williamsburg, VA
    Category: Director

    The Election Law Program (ELP), a joint initiative of the William and Mary Law School and the National Center for State Courts, has a mission to provide resources for judges deciding election disputes. This vacancy is for an experienced attorney to serve in the role of Senior Director of the Election Law Program.

    The Senior Director will be an attorney with experience in election law. Reporting to the ELP Co-Directors, the portfolio of responsibilities will include, but not be limited to:

    Developing resources for judges deciding election cases;
    Supporting projects that enhance understanding of federal and state election laws and the role of courts in resolving election disputes;
    Sharing research findings and legal resources through a variety of mechanisms such as publications and educational programs (e.g., webinars, presentations, and conferences);
    Overseeing ELP project implementation;
    Identifying and capturing trends in election litigation;
    Engaging in collaborative projects with trusted partners;
    Supervising student research; and
    Participating in fundraising efforts to support existing and future ELP initiatives as required.

    NOTE: If interested, an opportunity for appointment as an adjunct professor to teach a relevant course within the field of election law is available.

    Salary: $110,000 to $125,000, commensurate with experience.

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  • Field Operations Coordinator
    Employer: Hays County
    Location: San Marcos, TX
    Category: Coordinator

    Job Title Field Operations Coordinator
    Salary $22.30 – $24.36 Hourly
    $3,864.83 – $4,223.21 Monthly
    $46,378.00 – $50,678.49 Annually
    Job Type Full-Time Regular
    Location 120 Stagecoach Trial, San Marcos, Texas
    Department Elections
    Description Benefits

    Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, include the responsibilities, knowledge, skills, and other characteristics listed below. This list of responsibilities is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions in this class. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Other duties may be assigned. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    Reporting directly to Election Network Engineer, responsible for overseeing the inventory, distribution, maintenance, warehouse storage, and logistics of all equipment, voting ballots, and department assets for Hays County Elections Department. Responsible for identifying and reserving polling sites including overseeing the coordination of all polling site compliance and usage. Ensures polling locations follow the Texas Election Code for early voting and election day. Oversees the day-to-day tasks of the election technicians’ program.

    • Prepares, assigns, and programs all election equipment and distributes them to various polling locations.
    • Performs strategic planning for the unit to determine future asset and resource requirements based on the expected population growth of Hays County.
    • Prepares and monitors the budgets for staff and resources needed to support election activities.
    • Determines resources needed to meet service demands.
    • Provides status reports and updates to the Elections Administrator.
    • Prepares accident and incident reports.
    • Ensures that temporary staff are briefed on and comply with applicable laws, rules, regulations, and Hays County Elections policies.
    • Coordinates and creates supply kits for voting locations including processing documentation for early voting and election day locations.
    • Provides and creates trainings to field and election staff on troubleshooting voting equipment and proper use of equipment.
    • Oversees the recruiting, training, and supervision of temporary/seasonal election field technicians and warehouse clerks.
    • Serves as a primary contact for the election Judge’s hotline and assists with complex issues from elections judges and staff.
    • Serves as a record management liaison for Elections Department and other department personnel.
    • Performs quality control on all forms and documents to ensure compliance from the Secretary of State office is followed.
    • Oversees and supervises all inventory operations including the maintenance and inspections of the department equipment and supplies.
    • Manages database for inventory control and supplies including ticket tracking system and related department software.
    • Performs and creates quality control measures and directs and develops various safety and maintenance techniques and programs to reduce risk and cost.
    • Develops and maintains operational routines and procedures for equipment, including organizing, storing, and arranging inventory for daily use.
    • Coordinates and schedules, routine, and emergency maintenance on Election’s vehicles to support the daily operations of the department.
    • Works in collaboration with other department staff to recruit ballot board members, public testers and other temporary/seasonal workers, as necessary.
    • Collaborates with election parties, elected officials and state entities on staffing concerns including confirming election participation parameters.
    • Conducts analysis to ensure polling locations are American Disability Act (ADA) compliant
    • Maintains and update poll worker databases and management systems.
    • Serves as primary contact for recruitment questions from the public, and internal and external entities.
    • Creates and maintains polling locations contact sheets.
    • Collaborates with the Equipment Data Coordinators to schedule logistical and equipment deliveries.
    • Coordinates and reserves various polling locations for early voting and election day.
    • Conducts analysis and research to determine the number of polling locations needed to accommodate election participation.
    • Collaborates with leadership on determining election equipment, and furniture needs for polling locations.
    • Prepares and tracks various financial documents associated with reservations, recruitment, and equipment costs.
    • Develops marketing and communication materials for polling locations.
    • Oversees and conducts poll worker recruiting events and serves as liaison for recruiting and payroll concerns.
    • Serves as a primary contact for the election Judge’s hotline and assists with complex issues from elections judges and staff.
    • Cross-trains with office staff in other areas to ensure continuity of departmental operations.
    • Monitors multiple departmental email accounts relating to elections operations .
    • Attends all meetings and trainings, as required.
    • Performs special duties as assigned.

    Education and/or Experience:
    • Bachelor’s degree in a related field.
    • Two (2) years of supervisory experience.
    • One (1) years of warehouse management experience in a government capacity.
    • Registered Elections Official (REO) Certification within two (2) years of employment.
    • Certified Elections/Registration Administrator Certification (CERA) within five (5) years of employment.
    Other Qualifications, Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:
    • Class C Driver’s License.
    • Ability to maintain continuing education requirements for the State of Texas.

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  • Elections Coordinator
    Employer: Kaufman County
    Location: Kaufman, TX
    Category: Coordinator

    The Elections Coordinator position plays a pivotal role in our operations, coordinating and supervising the daily operations and overseeing the productivity and quality of the work done by the elections staff. Receive and process applications for ballot by mail and maintain all such records. Assist Elections Administrator in preparation and conduct of county elections and early voting. Required to work compensatory time on election night to report election results to Secretary of State’s Office. Also required to work Saturday and/or Sunday during extended Early Voting hours. Responsible for assisting with the preparation of each election, including ordering ballots and other supplies; preparing electronic poll books; conducting voting schools for all election judges annually; hiring presiding and alternate judges appointed by the Commissioners’ Court. Responsible for providing unofficial election results on election night, reporting to Secretary of State on election night and after canvass, and providing results to IT Department for website posting. Assist the public in person, by telephone, and by mail concerning department information, researching records, filling out forms, and resolving relevant problems. Receive and distribute PPE (Personal Protection Equipment) to judges and clerks.

    As the Elections Coordinator, you will be responsible for creating and maintaining complex database files for all elections conducted by the department. You will also coordinate and establish the use of the polling locations and the placement of election officials for each election. In addition, you will oversee compensating election officials and customizing and procuring specific procedures, equipment, and materials for them. Your role may also involve handling difficult problems, developing and documenting programs/curriculum, monitoring work unit resources, and ensuring compliance with policies and laws. You will play a key role in the process of Federal, State, and local elections pursuant to the Texas Election Code, which includes tasks such as preparing ballot formats, ordering and furnishing election equipment and supplies, preparing election returns for canvassing, and filing all reports for the Secretary of State.

    To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform the essential job functions satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the primary job functions herein described. Since every duty associated with this position may not be described herein, employees may be required to perform duties not explicitly spelled out in the job description, but which may be reasonably considered to be incidental in the performing of their duties just as though they were written out in this job description.

    Salary: $52,769.00 – $52,869.00

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  • Election Clerk
    Employer: Karnes County
    Location: Karnes City, TX
    Category: Clerk


    Job Type: Part Time (20 hours per week – except during election season hours will be more)

    Pay: $20,000 – Hourly: $19.23

    Reports to: Elections Administrator

    This position requires a flexible schedule and will report to the Elections Administrator. The applicant must be able to work various hours during election season and not take off work during election season.
    Requires some 13-hour workdays on voting days and also some weekend hours. Previous Elections experience is preferred. Responsible for the election polling location preparation of election supplies and voting equipment. Delivery of supplies and equipment and set up of the polling locations.
    Skilled in use of Microsoft programs. Must have own vehicle and driver’s license. Must be able to lift and carry 30 lbs.

    Any questions about this position can be directed to

    To apply please complete the Karnes County Employment application.

    Email completed application to

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  • Investigations Manager (Business Operations Manager 1)
    Employer: Oregon Secretary of State
    Location: Salem, OR
    Category: Manager

    LOCATION: Salem, OR
    In-state remote work is available for this position with supervisor approval.
    See definition and requirements of remote work for the Oregon Secretary of State’s Office: Remote work with the Secretary of State’s Office

    $6,551 – $10,640/per month Non-PERS Rate
    $6,945- $11,280/per month PERS Rate

    We are recruiting for an individual to join our Elections team.
    In this role, you will help enforce Oregon election laws and rules by overseeing all investigations-related work of the Division. This is accomplished in part by, but not limited to:
    Serving as a program expert to help implement campaign finance limits.
    Assisting division leadership and making recommendations on strategic goals, initiatives and short- and long-term objectives related to investigations.
    Overseeing the ongoing and existing operations, training, and public-facing enforcement-related interactions between the investigations team and external stakeholders.
    Reviewing investigation requests/complaints alleging possible violations of Oregon election laws/rules
    Interpreting state and federal laws, administrative rules, case law, policies, and procedures, and applying them to Division’s investigatory determinations and enforcement actions.
    Supervising and providing direction for investigations staff.

    For explicit duties, please request a copy of the position description from


    Studies have shown that women and people of color are less likely to apply for jobs unless they meet every one of the qualifications listed. We are most interested in finding the best candidate for the job, and that candidate may be one who comes from a less traditional background. We would encourage you to apply, even if you don’t meet every one of our desired qualifications listed.

    Your application must demonstrate education and/or experience in the following:

    Five years of lead work, supervision, or progressively related experience;


    Two years of related experience and a bachelor’s degree in a related field.

    Experience must include:
    Prioritize and assign tasks to efficiently complete work;
    Give direction to workers concerning work procedures and performance standards;
    Review the completeness, accuracy, quality, and quantity of work; and
    Supervise and provide feedback to employees.

    As the most competitive candidate, your application will demonstrate the following requested skills and experience:
    Experience conducting investigations into alleged misconduct or violations of laws, rules and/or policies.
    Resiliency – ability to deescalate confrontational conversations.
    Demonstrated in-depth knowledge of, or the aptitude to quickly obtain an in-depth knowledge of Oregon election laws.
    Excellent written and verbal communication skills – ability to communicate clearly and concisely to engage with a wide and diverse audience.
    Strong interpersonal skills – ability to build rapport with others.
    Organizational skills – ability to plan work and follow up on task assignments while meeting overlapping deadlines in a fast-paced, politically sensitive environment.
    Proven ability to promote a team-oriented environment by engaging in proactive understanding of elections issues, procedures, and program functions
    Demonstrated understanding of supporting teams in a hybrid work environment

    Preference may be given to candidates with experience in elections administration, election law enforcement and/or experience conducting investigations under ORS chapter 260, ORS chapter 183 and applicable administrative rules.

    If you are unsure whether you meet the qualifications of this position, please feel free to contact us to discuss your application.

    The Oregon Secretary of State is one of three constitutional offices created at statehood. As an independent constitutional officer, the Secretary of State answers directly and solely to the people of Oregon.

    The Secretary of State employs approximately 240 full-time, part-time, and temporary employees. The Secretary oversees the functions of seven program divisions: Archives, Audits, Corporation, Elections, Business Services, Information Systems, and Human Resources.

    Build trust between the people of Oregon and our state government so that public services can make a positive impact in peoples’ lives.

    We envision an Oregon without barriers, where we lead with our values and believe every voice should be heard. We do so by:
    Building equitable access to our democracy.
    Making tools easily available to achieve economic success.
    Ensuring state resources are used sustainably, efficiently and accountable to the public.
    Honestly acknowledging Oregon’s history.


    Access for all
    We elevate equity through identifying and actively eliminating barriers.

    We have integrity and are honest and true to ourselves and others.

    We share stories, using plain language to increase understanding and impact.

    We are committed to serving the people of Oregon and strive to understand all viewpoints.

    We are responsive and prioritize the needs of current and future Oregonians we serve.

    For more information about the Oregon Office of Secretary of State, please visit: State of Oregon: Oregon Secretary of State – Home

    Family Friendly Work Life Balance (paid time off, 12 holidays, 3 personal days, short and long term disability benefits)
    Take Care of Yourself and Your Family (comprehensive employee benefits, choice of medical plans, vision plan, life insurance, child care flexible spending account, employee assistance program)
    Celebrate Uniqueness: Diversity and inclusion are cornerstones of our values. We recognize that diversity and inclusion are critical to developing a talented, high-performing workforce and are committed to providing a supportive work environment in which all of our employees can thrive and reach their full potential. We strive to maintain a culture that attracts, develops and retains a diverse workforce that closely mirrors the residents of our community. We learn from and respect the cultures in which we operate and value the uniqueness of individual talents, experiences and ideas.
    Invest in Your Future: (Pension plan, deferred comp, short and long term disability plan, flexible spending accounts for healthcare and dependent care)
    Be Appreciated (employee recognition events, agency unique employee recognition program allowing for additional leave options such as vacation buy-out and sick leave roll-over, dynamic employees doing impactful work)
    ADA: At the Secretary of State, we value community and foster a sense of belonging for our employees

    Additional applicant screening will depend on the number of qualified applications received. Screening may include skills testing, the results which may be used as part of the applicant evaluation process.
    Candidates whose background most closely matches the qualifications and required/requested skills of this position will be invited to an interview.
    Successful candidates must pass a criminal history check. Adverse background data may be grounds for immediate disqualification.
    Eligible veterans who meet the qualifications will be given veterans’ preference. For further information, please see the following website: Veteran Resources. You may also call the Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs at 1-800-692-9666.
    The Secretary of State does not offer VISA sponsorships. Within three days of hire, you will be required to complete the US Department of Homeland Security’s I-9 form confirming authorization to work in the United States.
    The salary listed is the non-PERS qualifying salary range. If the successful candidate is PERS qualifying, the salary range will reflect the additional 6%.


    For additional information you may contact us at
    The Oregon Secretary of State is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer committed to a diverse workplace.

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  • Logistician - Observe New Mexico Elections
    Employer: The Carter Center
    Location: , NM
    Category: Logistics

    Observe New Mexico Elections, funded by The Carter Center, is a nonpartisan election observation effort designed to increase trust and transparency in elections. The effort is led by and for New Mexicans. Observers will be trained about relevant laws, procedures, and safeguards in New Mexico’s electoral process and will verify that those procedures are followed consistently. Nonpartisan election observers represent all voters, do not interfere in the election process, and report what they see. Observers’ findings throughout the state will be aggregated to assess the quality of elections in New Mexico. The Carter Center has led similar efforts internationally for decades and is now engaging in related efforts here at home. We are honored New Mexico was among the handful of states they selected to participate this year.

    Observe NM Elections, a project of the Carter Center, is seeking a detail-oriented logistician to:
    ● Organize in-person events, such as the program launch in central NM, an estimated 14 regional trainings around the state, an election day event, and virtual events such as Carter Center trainings for observers and possible monthly advisory board meetings
    ● Identify and book venues, find Spanish language interpretation and translation, prepare virtual communications for attendees and speakers, respond to follow-up questions from attendees, send reminders and print materials.

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  • Deputy City Clerk
    Employer: City of North Las Vegas
    Location: North Las Vegas, NV
    Category: Clerk

    Under general supervision, performs specialized administrative and technical work related to the operation of the Office of the City Clerk. Prepares, processes and distributes City Council Regular, Special and Redevelopment agendas: publishes, mails, and posts agendas as required by the Open Meeting Law. Maintains agenda mailing list. Maintains invocation log and schedules for the City Council meetings. Prepares correspondence including memos to department directors and letters to applicants, representatives and property owners describing the action taken at the various City meetings. Confirms documentation needed on all contracts approved by the City Council and advises  contractors of the requirements. Obtains City signatures as necessary. Follows-up on contract expiration dates and notifies appropriate department staff. Attends bid openings. Prepares and distributes meeting minutes, action reports, and summary minutes of public meetings. Publishes, mails, and posts public hearing notices as required by the Open Meeting Law. Prepares City Council Regular, Special and Redevelopment meeting follow-up letters, memos and final action notices; provides administrative support for City Council, commissions, committees, and boards. Performs all related duties in compliance with Nevada Revised Statutes, Nevada Administrative Code and North Las Vegas Municipal Code. Responds to inquiries from the public regarding procedures, activities and other matters that require knowledge of the department’s operations. Ordinance follow-up and log maintenance. Administers agreements which do not need to be approved by City Council. Processes vacations of streets and rights-of-way and annexations; processes bonds, both financial and construction. Responsible for preparing daily, monthly, and annual statistical reporting. Assists in producing election and election related brochures and materials in all necessary languages, including requirements, important dates, methods and means of voting opportunities and necessary documentary evidence required by federal law; acts as filing officer for candidate filing, applications and expense reports. Receives payment from the public in the form of cash, check or money orders; utilizes appropriate cashiering procedures for accepting money, safeguarding the received money and accurately balancing at the end of each day. Performs other related duties as assigned.

    Salary: $27.01- $42.59/hr 

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  • Election Manager
    Employer: Olmstead County
    Location: Rochester, MN
    Category: Manager

    Olmsted County has earned the 2023 and 2024 Best Places to Work – Southeast Minnesota designation.

    Minimum Qualifications of Education and Experience
    Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in political science, business administration, public administration or related field and two (2) years of experience in a similar position as listed in the work functions.


    A combination of education and experience equivalent to six (6) years of experience in a similar position as listed in the work functions.

    Regular and reliable attendance is a necessary component of job/position. Individuals required to use County vehicles and equipment must have a valid driver’s license and be free of any major traffic violations for the last three (3) years.

    Required Special Qualifications:
    Obtain Election Administration Certification in Minnesota within one (1) month of employment.
    Must be able to work evening and weekend hours as needed to administer elections.

    Desirable Qualifications:
    Experience administering county elections.
    Supervisory and/or management experience.

    Nature of Work
    Under general supervision, is responsible for ensuring the integrity of Olmsted County elections. Manages the core services of the Elections Division including voter registration, conducting elections, election judge education, redistricting, and voter education and outreach. Supervises staff, ensures statutory compliance, and oversees implementation of processes to conduct all elections within the county. Collaborates and engages with outside agencies, vendors, and municipalities regarding process and program changes. Works evening and weekend hours as needed.

    Examples of Work
    Manages the work of elections staff. Recommends and authorizes hiring, transfer, suspension, promotion, discharge, assignments, rewards or discipline of employees, direction of the work and adjustment of other employees’ grievances on behalf of the employer.
    Acts as chief election administrator for the county as directed by the County Auditor. Advises on election issues and core services.
    Plans, coordinates, and manages the elections held in Olmsted County and ensures compliance with all federal, state, county, city, and district election laws.
    Develops, conducts, and evaluates training for election judges and elections staff.
    Implements division initiatives, reports results, and assists with the development and implementation of department strategic goals and objectives.
    Interprets and communicates legislative and regulation updates.
    Develops, updates, and implements policies and procedures.
    Maintains election systems and equipment, verifies compliance, and makes modifications for legislative changes and business requirements.
    Balances and certifies elections and submits reports as required by Minnesota State Law.
    Attends meetings and participates in county, local, and state committees as a representative of Olmsted County.
    Oversees the historical preservation, maintenance, storage, and destruction of elections records.
    Performs related work as assigned.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required
    Thorough knowledge of election and voter registration laws, requirements, and procedures.
    Knowledge of MN Government Data Practices Act and the laws governing how to respond and data eligible to release.
    Skill in planning, organizing, and prioritizing work.
    Skill in effective verbal and written communication including presentations and public speaking.
    Skill in the use of computers and technology including election equipment.
    Skill in performing work with accuracy and attention to detail.
    Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with others.
    Ability to accomplish work in a timely manner and meet deadlines.
    Ability to read and interpret state statutes.
    Ability to evaluate, analyze, and resolve problems.
    Ability to make independent decisions.

    Persons with disabilities: the above is a general listing of job duties. Essential and non-essential functions may vary by individual position. Reasonable accommodations may be available for both essential and non-essential job duties.

    Salary: $74,214.40 – $123,968.00 Annually
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  • Departmental Analyst - Training and Election Assistance
    Employer: Michigan Dept. of State
    Location: Lansing, MI
    Category: Analyst

    POSITION DUTIES – Provide training, guidance and policy interpretation to county, city, and township clerks statewide on the administration of elections, based on Michigan Election Law and established election-related policies and procedures. Provide guidance and troubleshooting to county, city, and township clerks regarding the Qualified Voter File (QVF). Assist with the coordination of Bureau of Elections (BOE) activities related to the planning, scheduling, development, revision, delivery, and ongoing assessment of BOE training programs for over 1,600 election officials statewide. Assist in the supervision and administration of the election laws under the direction of the Secretary of State, Director of Elections, and the Board of State Canvassers.

    Salary: $52,166.40 – $77,916.80 Annually

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  • Physical Security Specialist
    Employer: Palm Beach County
    Location: Palm Beach, FL
    Category: Specialist

    This position is responsible for administration of the physical security programs in a manner consistent with Supervisor of Elections Office policies, procedures, quality standards, and applicable local, state, and federal regulations. These programs include conducting facility security risk assessments, assisting with access control, monitoring alarms and CCTV systems, and providing security related training. Must be organized and personable with a great attitude, be able to work well in a team environment, and meet deadlines under pressure. Excellent work ethic, including consistent performance, integrity, reliability, and attendance, is a must. Candidate must be detail-oriented and understand the importance of security and safety for all. Must be available 24/7 365, be able to handle simultaneous projects, and be a self-starter.

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  • IT Assistant Manager
    Employer: Palm Beach County
    Location: Palm Beach, FL
    Category: Manager

    The Assistant IT Manager plays a supportive role in the smooth operation of the IT department, ensuring that both the technical infrastructure and the team are aligned with the organization’s goals. This position involves collaborating closely with the Election Technology Director to oversee the implementation of technology solutions that meet the needs of the organization. The Assistant IT Manager helps maintain an efficient and effective IT environment.

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  • Cybersecurity Junior Analyst
    Employer: Palm Beach County
    Location: Palm Beach, FL
    Category: Analyst

    The Cybersecurity Junior Analyst is responsible for monitoring the organization’s log aggregation tools and triage suspicious activity or detection alerts generated by the security controls implemented within the Supervisor of Elections Office network environment. Additionally, this position will serve as the first line of defense and response for identified security events in accordance with the Information Security Policy, and cybersecurity procedures. Candidate must be organized and personable with a great attitude, be able to work well in a team environment, calmly respond to identified security incidents, and meet deadlines under pressure. Excellent work ethic, including consistent performance, integrity, reliability, and attendance, is a must. Candidate must be detail-oriented and understand the importance of security and safety for all. Must be available 24/7 365, be able to handle simultaneous projects, be a self-starter, and remain informed on emerging threats and technologies.

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  • Election Protection Hotline Specialist
    Employer: Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law
    Location: Washington, DC
    Category: Specialist

    Are you passionate about safeguarding democratic processes? Join us as an Election Protection Hotline Specialist! This pivotal role involves collaborating with hundreds of legal volunteers to address voter concerns reported to the 866-OUR-VOTE hotline. As part of our dynamic hotline infrastructure team, you’ll be at the forefront of managing day-to-day operations.

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  • Regional Coordinator - Observe New Mexico Elections
    Employer: The Carter Center
    Location: New Mexico 
    Category: Observer

    Observe New Mexico Elections, funded by The Carter Center, is a nonpartisan election observation effort designed to increase trust and transparency in elections. The effort is led by and for New Mexicans. Observers will be trained about relevant laws, procedures, and safeguards in New Mexico’s electoral process and will verify that those procedures are followed consistently. Nonpartisan election observers represent all voters, do not interfere in the election process, and report what they see. Observers’ findings throughout the state will be aggregated to assess the quality of elections in New Mexico. The Carter Center has led similar efforts internationally for decades and is now engaging in related efforts here at home. We are honored New Mexico was among the handful of states they selected to participate this year. Observe New Mexico Elections, a project of the Carter Center, is seeking a detail-oriented Regional Coordinator.

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  • Operations Associate
    Employer: National Association of State Election Directors
    Category: Associate

    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 members; and Other duties and special projects as assigned. 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.

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