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APPLY BY:10/04/19 05:00 PM Applicants are encouraged to apply online: THE POSITION The Registrar of Voters is recruiting for Elections Services Assistants to work in the exciting and fast-paced environment of elections. This dynamic career opportunity works as a lead in logistics coordination, including preparing, packing, and storing election equipment for polling places and early vote sites, coordinating the delivery of supplies and election equipment, coordinating warehouse and parking lot activities, monitoring the work activities related to recurrent and temporary staff that assist with logistics coordination, and assisting in the development/maintenance of departmental processes and procedures. The Registrar of Voters is also recruiting for Recurrent Elections Services Assistants to perform various election related assignments including ballot preparation and proofing; mail ballot processing and signature verification; acquiring the use of polling places and depot sites; preparing and delivering election equipment; preparing, laying out, and assembling the Voter Information Guide; providing services for military and overseas voters; and programming and proofing electronic voting machines. Note: Recurrent employees do not gain regular status. Hours will vary depending on the needs of the department. Indicate your interest in a Recurrent position on the Supplemental Questions. For more detailed information, view the Elections Services Assistant job description. About the Elections Office of the Registrar of Voters The San Bernardino County Registrar of Voters is responsible for all aspects of the election process for the county's residents. The Registrar of Voters administers all local, state, and federal elections in the County of San Bernardino, including the management of voting systems, the employment and training of poll workers, election ballot processing, and vote tallying. The Registrar of Voters also performs all voter registration functions, including the storage and maintenance of voter registration records. And the Registrar of Voters provides voting-related services to voters, elected officials, campaign groups, and other voting interests. Conducting elections is both exciting and challenging. Attention to detail is critical, and working as a team is vital to accomplishing successful elections. Regular staff, recurrent staff, temporary staff, and volunteers assist in the variety of complex tasks required to conduct elections. The Elections Office believes that a successful team is a partnership - one that contains the following elements: Clear roles and responsibilities Shared goals and objectives Commitment to excellence A clear communication process A willingness to be open and honest A willingness to compromise Personnel accountability Personal integrity CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT Work Schedule: During peak election periods the Registrar of Voters' staff are required to work a significant amount of overtime, which includes evenings, weekends (both Saturdays and Sundays) and early morning/very late hours on election day/night. Travel: Travel throughout the County may be required. Employees may be required to make provision for transportation. A valid California Class C driver license and proof of automobile liability insurance must be produced for the individual providing the transportation. Physical: Some assignments may require palletizing, forklift operation, and lifting items weighing over 50 lbs. function imgSecurityJs()jQuery("img[tempsrc]").each(function(index, value)const tempSrc = jQuery(value).attr("tempsrc");jQuery.getJSON('/externalResourceProxy.cfm?endPoint='+tempSrc, function(data) data.status === 401)jQuery(value).remove();elsejQuery(value).attr('src', tempSrc);););/* to allow video embedding in ckeditors */ jQuery("iframe[tempsrc]").each(function(index, value)jQuery(value).attr('src', jQuery(value).attr("tempsrc")););if(typeof jQuery=='undefined')var headTag = document.getElementsByTagName("head")[0]; var jqTag = document.createElement('script'); jqTag.type = 'text/javascript'; jqTag.src = ' '; jqTag.onload = imgSecurityJs; headTag.appendChild(jqTag);elsejQuery(document).ready(function()imgSecurityJs(););MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS




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Kelly has been with Orange County since 2004 and has been registrar most of that time, developing a national reputation as a transparent, nonpartisan elections professional. He announced in November he plans to retire from the county in March.


Dean Logan is the Clerk/Recorder & Registrar of Voters in Los Angeles County and is a member of the EAC Board of Advisors. Los Angeles County is the largest voting jurisdiction in the country, with over 5.6 million registered voters. In addition to its large voting population, the county provides multi-lingual services in 18 languages. To meet the needs of its diverse electorate, the Los Angeles County Registrar of Voters utilizes a new modernized voting system, that was developed by the county. The Voting Systems for All People (VSAP) was built using a collaborative, voter-centric approach, and has been used countywide by voters since 2020.


For more than 10 years, Orange County has also been a pioneer in voter list maintenance activities, using a credible third-party data provider to identify voters who have moved. Credit bureaus maintain consumer marketing demographic data, which often have more recent addresses for voters, than addresses on file within an elections database. The county can then use this information to outreach to voters, realizing cost savings and delivering a more accurate voter registration list.


Rebecca Spencer is the Riverside County Registrar of Voters and is currently serving as the Vice-President of the California Association of Clerks and Election Officials (CACEO). Riverside County has over 1.3 million registered voters, and recently transitioned to a vote center model. In 2021, the Riverside Grand Jury issued a report that found, among other things, that the Riverside elections office communicated extensively with the public leading up to and after the 2020 election, that votes were accurately counted and verified, and that there was no evidence of election crimes or systematic voter irregularities. In response to recommendations in the report, the county implemented several new procedures to serve voters even better, including 24-hour live streaming of key ballot processing operations.


Stephenie Shea is the interim Assistant San Bernardino County Registrar of Voters. San Bernardino is the largest jurisdiction geographically in the contiguous United States, with over 20,000 square miles. San Bernardino County also serves over 1.1 million voters, using traditional in-person polling places. Due to its large size, the county utilized helicopters to deliver ballots and other voting materials to its central offices on Election Night. The county recently purchased a new voting system, modernizing the operations of the office. Although the voting system is new, the county discussed how modernizing their voter registration system would facilitate better integration with e-poll books.


Though historically the county has skewed conservative, in recent years registered Republicans have lost ground as the Inland Empire saw a steady rise in new residents, and as of 2013, San Bernardino is predominantly Latino, according to census data. Roughly 41% of registered voters are Democrats and 29% are Republicans, according to the San Bernardino County registrar of voters.


As of August 30, the registrar has received 170,803 returned ballots, with 19,472 returned through county drop boxes. These returns represent 15 percent of the 1.13 million ballots mailed to registered voters on August 16. Ballot processing has begun and counting will start on September 7.


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