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Vote Center Lead - Extra Help

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Napa County Napa , CA 94558

Posted 2 months ago

The Vote Center Lead is an extra help, intermittent employee who performs the most difficult and responsible types of duties, including conducting research and problem resolution which requires specialized knowledge.
The Vote Center Lead is required to perform all duties and responsibilities of multiple functional areas within the Vote Center and provides technical and functional lead to assigned Vote Center Staff.
The ideal candidate would be available to work three (3) weeks in October - November of even-numbered election years at one of the eight Vote Centers.
Some overtime may be required including weekends and holidays.

*Bilingual persons are encouraged to apply, as Vote Centers will be staffed with bilingual (Spanish and Tagalog) employees.
The Recruitment Process: 1.
Final application submission date is October 15, 2018.
2.
Applicants will be forwarded to hiring department for additional screening, which may include a departmental interview.
The Human Resources Department reserves the right to change the recruitment process at any time.


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