Assistant Registrar of Voters
Company: Sutter County Human Resources
Location: Yuba City
Posted on: May 12, 2020
ASSISTANT REGISTRAR OF VOTERS
Salary: $73,798.40 - $90,355.20 Annually
Location: Yuba City, CA
Job Type: Full-Time Regular
Job Number: SC2019-00158
NOTICES: All correspondences, notices and invitations to test
and/or interview will be via e-mail through
Governmentjobs.com/NEOGOV. Please be sure to set-up your inbox to
receive them or check your junk-mail to make sure you are receiving
Sutter County's recruitment communications.Under general direction,
assists the County Clerk-Recorder in the planning, organizing,
directing and managing of election activities in the Registrar of
Voters division of the County Clerk's Office; assists in the
development of departmental policies and procedures; serve as a
liaison with County departments, state and local agencies, and the
public; and act on behalf of the County Clerk-Recorder.Overtime
hours required for this position especially during election
EXAMPLE OF DUTIES
The following duties are normal for this position. These are not to
be construed as exclusive or all-inclusive. Other related duties
may be required and assigned.
- Develops and implements goals, objectives, policies and
procedures associated with the functions of the Registrar of Voters
division. Direct, oversee, and participate in the development of
the department work plan.
- Ensures cyber security measures are developed and implemented
regarding the security of the election processes.
- Plans, organizes and directs election activities.
- Directs, oversees and participates in the development of the
Registrar of Voters work plan; assigns work activities, projects
and programs; monitors work flow; reviews and evaluates work
products, methods and procedures.
- Recommends the appointment of personnel; provides or
coordinates staff training; conducts performance evaluations;
maintains discipline and high standards necessary for the efficient
and professional operation of the department; implements discipline
procedures as required.
- Organizes Election Information Maintenance System, i.e. master
voter file, street index file, precinct district file, candidate
filing system and office incumbent file; researches voter
information, updates maps, and oversees registration
- Assists in the interpretation of laws, rules, regulations and
codes related to voter registration and the administration of
elections; consults with County Counsel as necessary.
- Consults with vendors regarding proofing of ballots, sample
books, and election applications.
- Oversees arrangement of polling places; sets up and implements
security policies and procedures; secures specification and
procurement of election materials; prepares related claims to State
- Assists Registrar with public inquiries regarding application
of Federal and State election laws.
- Oversees maintenance of campaign statements/conflict of
interest reports for office holders, candidates and committees;
issues, receives and verifies legal compliance of candidates'
- Assists in administration of division's budget and maintains
various financial records. Oversees the cost accounting and
analysis to ensure County receives reimbursement for election
- Works with various jurisdictions in developing election
- Assists with staff training; provides technical assistance and
advises staff, public, and other departments regarding statutes and
department rules and procedures.
- Represents the department to outside agencies and
organizations; participates in outside community and professional
groups and committees; provides technical assistance as
- Researches and prepares technical and administrative reports;
prepares written correspondence.
EXAMPLES OF MARGINAL DUTIES
- Indexes and updates Master Street index.
- Proofreads various documents for department.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: The following are the minimum
qualifications for this position. Possession of these
qualifications does not ensure that an applicant will be
interviewed. Applications will be reviewed in comparison with all
other applications received.
Knowledge of: Principles and practices of election management;
principles and practices of leadership, motivation, team building
and conflict resolution modern office procedures and methods;
principles and practices of policy development, organizational
analysis management; training and personnel management; terminology
of current statutes and/or regulations governing Federal, State,
and County election laws; principles of budget preparation;
election computer applications and database management. Ability to:
Interpret and implement new election procedures and laws; supervise
the operation of the Registrar of Voter division including routine
interpretation of appropriate laws and regulations related to voter
registration and the conduct of elections; plan, organize, and
direct the work of elections staff; train and evaluate subordinate
personnel; pass legal and/or County requirements for deputization
as a Deputy Registrar of Voters; troubleshoot computer related
problems and develop effective solutions, read and interpret maps,
assist in the organization and implementation of elections;
establish and maintain effective working relations with other
agencies, the general public, and County staff; communicate clearly
and concisely, both orally and in writing; research and analyze
legislation and other complex materials; type at a speed necessary
for successful job performance. Education and Experience: These
standards are typically attained with a Bachelor's degree in
Business or Public Administration (or related field) and five years
increasing responsible experience in elections administration or
other form of program administration, including lead or supervisory
responsibilities in an environment with similar functions, or any
combination of education and experience that provides equivalent
knowledge, skills and abilities.
Essential Duties require the following physical skills and work
requirements:Requires the ability to maintain mental capacity which
allows the capability of exercising sound judgment and rational
thinking under varied circumstances; exert a small amount of
physical effort in sedentary to light work involving moving from
one area of the office to another; hear and communicate orally;
sufficient hand/eye coordination to perform semi-skilled repetitive
movements, such as using a computer, typing, filing, data entry,
and/or use of calculators, ten-key adding machine, or other office
equipment or supplies; ability to operate a motor vehicle.License
or Certificate: Must possess and maintain a valid Class C
California Driver's License.
Recruitment ProcessThe recruitment process for this position
includes completing an application and participating in oral
interview(s). Please notify the Human Resources Department prior to
the final filing date for this position if you believe you have a
disability, which would make it difficult to participate in any
portion of the recruitment process and would require reasonable
accommodation. Sutter County reserves the right to require medical
documentation concerning the need for accommodation. Offers of
employment are contingent upon investigation of employment history,
references, drug testing, medical review/exam and fingerprinting in
addition to other appropriate requirements of the position. NOTE:
Sutter County utilizes E-Verify to confirm the eligibility of
employees to work in the United States.The County of Sutter is an
Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with the Americans with
Disabilities Act, the County will provide reasonable accommodation
to qualified individuals with disabilities. Sutter County
encourages both incumbents and individuals who have been offered
employment to discuss potential accommodations with the
Agency: Sutter County Human Resources
Address: 1160 Civic Center Blvd., Ste. B, Yuba City, California,
Phone: 530-822-7113 x354
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