Floyd County is again searching for an Elections Supervisor, this following the resignation of Willie Green.
Green’s last day on the job will be Friday.
The county’s Board of Elections and Registration said that the vacancy would not be an issue for the November 6 midterms and that they are not going to rush naming a replacement.
The board has advertised for a “chief clerk position”, which will supervise daily operations in the office “as directed by” the elections board. Administrative work includes arranging for precinct locations, poll workers, ballot preparation, equipment and voter registration.
Pay is listed at between $16.22 and $17.88 an hour and list its minimum qualifications as a high school diploma or GED and three years of clerical experience with at least one year of supervision. The candidate would have to obtain certification as a Georgia elections officer within six months.