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The State Board of Election Commissioners (SBEC) Election Coordinator is responsible for providing technical assistance in developing, administering, and monitoring agency programs. This position

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Provides technical assistance to the SBEC Educational Services Manager in developing and implementing agency programs that provide for fair and orderly election procedures to improve the process of conducting elections. Provides technical assistance in the development and implementation of agency programs aimed at educating county election administrators on compliance with federal and state election laws, election processes and procedures, and agency policies and procedures. Assists with biennial revision and distribution of educational resources including Board rules, guidelines, instructions, and forms for administering elections; a comprehensive candidate handbook outlining the legal obligations of candidates running for public office; a procedures manual for county election commissioners; training materials for county trainers; and training materials for poll workers. Assists with coordinating, conducting, and monitoring statewide training of county election commissioners, county trainers, and poll workers including developing and implementing procedures for tracking and confirming attendance. Assists with reimbursement process of election expenses to the counties for state-funded election expenses by updating rules, reviewing of individual county requests for reimbursement, and recommending disbursement amounts. Responds to inquiries from county election administrators and the general public on election administration. Performs other duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Abilities, and Skills:

Knowledge of federal and state election laws. Knowledge of election processes and procedures. Knowledge of program evaluation, planning, and analysis techniques. Knowledge of training and presentation techniques. Knowledge of Microsoft Office, PowerPoint, Access, Excel and Word. Ability to plan and organize. Ability to interpret and administer federal and state election laws, election processes and procedures, and agency programs. Ability to maintain professional working relationships with colleagues, county election administrators, and the general public. Ability to communicate both orally and in writing.

Minimum Qualifications:

The formal education of a bachelor’s degree in public administration, political science, or a related field; plus two years of experience in research, program management, training development or a related field.

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