Working at the Registrar of Voters Office
Election Clerks play a vital role in meeting election related, legal deadlines. This position is a part-time position. It provides the opportunity to learn about the election process and to be part of a team that serves on the front lines of this vital democratic process. Elections Clerks are needed during peak workload periods, primarily during the months before and after the election. Weekend work is required for Election Clerks assigned to a Vote Center. Some travel is required to staff and prepare the Vote Centers throughout the county.
Election Clerks will be assigned to work at the main office or at Vote Centers. Vote Centers are early in-person voting locations located throughout Stanislaus County. The Vote Centers open as early as ten days before and including Election Day. Most Election Clerks return to work seasonally year after year. Election Clerks will be trained to assist voters in obtaining replacement ballots, register to vote, use ADA approved ballot marking devices, or vote in person.
This position requires basic computer skills, attention to detail, flexibility and ability to work with a team. This is a great opportunity to be part of a team that is dedicated to conducting secure and accurate elections. As such, political neutrality when performing these job functions is an absolute must.
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