Voter Services Supervisor

Lucas Cty Brd Of Elections-Legals   Toledo, OH   Full-time     Administration / Clerical
Posted on April 18, 2022

Must be a registered Republican. To declare your political party affiliation you must select a partisan ballot in an even year Primary Election. This includes the upcoming election.

Normal Office Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday (35 hour work week)

Starting Salary Range: $22.84 - $23.53 per hour $41,569 - $42,825 annually

Status: Full-Time - Non-Bargaining Unit - Benefits

Summary of Responsibilities: Reports to the Directors. Voter Services Supervisor is charged with managing and evaluating staff in accordance with the standards established by the Lucas County Board of Elections including training of said staff (shared responsibility with Democrat). Responsible for the accurate and timely data entry of all registration information including, but not limited to, new registrations, address changes, deletions, corrections and name changes in the voter registration system (both local and state); Responsible for supervision of all absentee by mail operations including but not limited to, processing absentee applications and assembling/mailing absentee ballot packets to voters as prescribed by law; Responsible for processing of all returned absentee ballots; Responsible for supervising inspection and counting all absentee ballots; Responsible for preparing absentee ballots for tabulation and the balancing of said tabulation as prescribed by law. Assisting in the processing and reviewing of the validity and sufficiency of all candidates, initiative and referendum petitions; Responsible for adhering to all statutory deadlines regarding campaign finance, registration, absentee voting and local options; Responsible for maintaining the supervision of the switchboard operations; Responsible for administrating the processing of the NCOA and Duplicate Lists; Responsible for maintaining confidentiality and business integrity. Responsible for providing the Directors with periodic written status reports regarding work processed and still outstanding in a format established by the Directors; Responsible for ensuring that a sufficient number of staff are logged into the phone queues at all times. Performs all other duties as assigned, by the Directors, the Board of elections, and/or as prescribed by law. Responsible for daily supervision of operations within the absentee department by mail and in person voting. Also serves as back up for the Voter Services Supervisor (Democrat).