Elections Manager

Other
Full-time
County of Sonoma
1/08/2017
707-565-2960

 Elections Manager

$7,044 - $8,562 Monthly

 

The Elections Manager is responsible for supporting the daily operations and activities of the Registrar of Voters Office, including the development, coordination, and evaluation of division operations and programs. The individual selected for this position will use considerable independent judgment and discretion in the supervision of staff, the prioritization and coordination of mandates, goals, objectives, and the delegation of administrative responsibilities. The Elections Manager is also responsible for:

 

  • Analyzing, managing, and coordinating projects such as legal and technological changes
  • Managing ballot production and distribution
  • Preparing and conducting trainings
  • Drafting, reviewing, and updating procedural manuals
  • Assisting in preparation of the division's budget
  • Developing professional relationships with public officials, and community groups and agencies

The ideal candidate will be a forward thinking individual with:

 

  • Significant experience managing complex personnel matters and supervising staff
  • Strong leadership skills to motivate staff and create a positive and productive work environment
  • The ability to analyze complex systems/issues and make policy recommendations
  • Demonstrated experience leading quality assurance and quality improvement activities related to monitoring and evaluating systems
  • A proven track record managing multiple, complex tasks simultaneously
  • Professional written and verbal communication skills
  • The ability to understand, interpret, apply, and implement rules, regulations, and the election code

 

For more information, minimum qualifications, & to apply, please visit: www.yourpath2sonomacounty.org. EOE Apply by Apply by 1/8/18!

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