Student Government: Elections Committee - Policy/Enforcement Coordinator
Name: Tal Topf
Payrate Stipend: No
Work Study: No
Resume Required: No
Hours per Week: 5-10 hrs/wk
Start Date: ASAP
End Date: June 12, 2014
Job Number: 0008-0531-2013
Last Date to Apply: May 30, 2013
The Policy/Enforcement Coordinator is responsible for
coordinating all policy and regulatory aspects for ASUCD elections. In
addition, the Policy/Enforcement Coordinator will take part in organizing and
implementing successful elections under the direction of the Elections Chair
and will help ensure a fair, efficient, and non-partisan election process.
(ASUCD General Elections are scheduled for the 7th week of fall and
winter quarters, and additional Special Elections may occur as well.)
As a part of ASUCD, you agree to subscribe to the ASUCD Newsletter.
- Knowledge of (or willingness and ability to learn) the ASUCD Elections Codes.
- Dependable, detail-oriented
- Organizational skills
- Communication skills
- Leadership skills
- Quick learner
- Must be impartial
- Experience with social and/or traditional media a plus
- Knowledge of campus media resources a plus
- Experience managing events a plus
- Public speaking skills a plus
- Prior ASUCD experience and/or knowledge of the
ASUCD Election Codes a plus
- Assist the Elections Chairperson in writing policy- and regulation-related documents (candidate memorandums, public announcements, investigation progress reports, etc.)
- Analyze and investigate complaints brought against candidates.
- Design and implement mechanisms for enforcement of Elections regulations.
- Serve as a resource for educating candidates as to the Elections Codes.
- Work with the Elections Committee Chair and other Committee Members to organize and execute successful (i.e., fair, impartial, and efficient) ASUCD elections.
- Work with other committee members to ensure election publicity and outreach.
- Meet weekly with the five-member committee and assist the Elections Committee Chair in administrative duties.
- Please list previous work history and volunteer experience.
- Describe why you are qualified for this position and how it relates to your interests.
- Please list any clubs, student organizations, and/or student groups that you have been involved with on campus, for how long, and in what role(s) (or from your previous campus, if you are a transfer student).
Approved ___________________________________________________________________________ Date ____________________________
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