Starting Pay: $29.1276 Hourly ($60,585)
After 1st Year: $30.5222 Hourly ($63,486)
After 2nd Year: $32.7530 Hourly ($68,126)
After 3rd Year: $33.2206 Hourly ($69,099)
After 4th Year: $35.0631 Hourly ($72,931)
After 5th Year: $36.2940 Hourly ($75,491)
After 6th Year: $37.5911 Hourly ($78,189)
Bachelor’s degree -And- One (1) year of supervisory experience -AND- One of the following:
• One (1) year of experience working in a municipal clerk’s office.
• One (1) year of experience in election management.
Associates Degree -AND- three (3) years experience in supervising experience -AND- one of the following:
• Three (3) years of experience working in a municipal clerk’s office.
• Three (3) years of experience in election management.
GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES: Performs responsible election related tasks and provides supervision in the Election’s Division/General Divisions of the Genesee County Clerk’s Office; duties include maintenance of the computerized elections system, analyzing statistical data, interpreting statutes, and maintaining necessary records; works under the general supervision of the County Clerk and/or the Chief Deputy County Clerk; performs related duties as required.
STATEMENT OF TASKS:
- Supervises assigned clerical staff in the Elections/Vital Records Division of the County Clerk’s Office;
- Maintains and provides support for the hardware and software of the computerized elections system;
- Maintains records concerning campaign reports and statements of disclosure;
- Interprets the Election Code and other laws, statutes, rules and regulations;
- Prepares a variety of reports as required for use within the clerk’s office, for the state, and for dissemination to various officials and the general public;
- Prepares operation budgets as required;
- Prepares an accounting of services rendered and costs incurred for municipal, school board and special state elections, and bills accordingly;
- Insures that ballots are printed correctly and in a timely fashion;
- Meets with Boards and commissions as required;
- Trains city and township clerks and election workers to operate the county-wide voting system.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
- Knowledge and good understanding of database formats;
- Knowledge and good understanding of Local Area network (LAN);
- Knowledge of state and local governmental structures;
- Knowledge and understanding of and the ability to utilize personal computers;
- Knowledge of general accounting principles;
- Ability to analyze data, prepare reports and make recommendations;
- Ability to plan and administer efficient office policies and procedures;
- Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing;
- Ability to develop and maintain good working relationships with County departments, other governmental agencies, attorneys, Judges, media and the general public;
- Ability to interpret statutes, laws, rules and regulations;
- Ability to move equipment and supplies including election tabulation equipment and printer and personal computers.