Deputy Director of Elections
DEPARTMENT: Board of Elections
SALARY: Grade 65 $14.3659 Hourly – $29,881 Annually
OPENING DATE: September 19, 2019 Closing Date: “OPEN UNTIL FILLED”
APPLY AT: Duplin County Personnel Office
County Administration Building
224 Seminary Street
Kenansville, NC 28349
“Equal Opportunity Employer”
GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES
Under administrative direction, the purpose of the position is to oversee the operations of the Duplin County Board of Elections. Employees in this classification perform administrative and managerial work. Position is responsible for maintaining the permanent voter registration file for the County; overseeing and participating in voter registration and elections; receiving notices of candidacy for elective office; and preparing and submitting required State, County, and Federal reports. Performs related work as required.
SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES
Updates computer database by running various programs; performs routine edit of automatic back-up of computer system for deletions, formatting, tape problems, etc.; periodically runs back-up tapes manually.
Performs general office duties; collects and receipts money.
Assists Director in processing quarterly felon, deceased, and DMV reports.
Assists Director, as needed, in preparing, checking, and running reports; prepares some election materials.
Assists Director in verifying and processing provisional ballots for canvassing votes; researches and assists in checking out rosters, poll books, verification of voter names on computer database, etc., when necessary (as in election discrepancies or in the event of recounts).
Keys and verifies election history, etc., including keying election changes, additions, deletions, along with Director; prints reports of election results.
Assists Director with absentee processing
Processes voter registrations including updates; cards; letters
Processes incoming mail
Processes NVRA forms and reports
Runs state program updates
Performs voting machine testing
Organizes and supervises MAT team and Election Day rovers
Assists Director with Election Day payroll
Assists Director in creating training materials and in training precinct officials
Processes and maintains polling place lease agreements and accessibility surveys
Assists Director in candidate filing
Maintains campaign finance records
MINIMUM TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE
Associates degree in Business or Public Administration or related field; supplemented by one (1) to two (2) years previous experience and /or training in elections or public administration or clerical work; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. In accordance with the County’s drug free workplace policy, employees will be subject to pre-employment and random drug screening.