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NextGen America: Michigan Quality Control Coordinator (Part Time)

Job Post

Job Post

Quality Assurance
Michigan, USA
Posted on Friday, April 19, 2024

NextGen America: Michigan Quality Control Coordinator (Part Time)

Location

MI

Salary

$3,624.40 / Monthly

Company

NextGen America

Department

Organizing

Employer Type

Non-Profit

Application Link

Application Instructions

This role is available in two locations. Please find the application links below: East Lansing: https://nextgenamerica.bamboohr.com/careers/419?source=aWQ9MjQ%3D Detroit: https://nextgenamerica.bamboohr.com/careers/420?source=aWQ9MjQ%3D

Application Link

https://nextgenamerica.org/careers/

Job Description

**THE ROLE: **
NextGen America is seeking a dynamic and creative political professional to join our youth organizing program that will engage young people, promote prosperity for all Americans, and expand access to the ballot box for young Americans.

The Quality Control Coordinator will oversee quality review of the voter registration programming in the region. The primary responsibilities of the Quality Control Coordinator will be to review form processing, review daily quality control system entries and uploads, and maintain high caliber data collection for the voter registration team in Detroit, MI. The Quality Control Coordinator should be passionate about providing data support and implementing systems.

The ideal candidate has a passion for voting and a belief that young people will make the difference in America’s future. We are an equal opportunity employer, and we encourage people of diverse backgrounds and experiences to apply. We value and are committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion as an organization--in theory and in practice--and our culture reflects that value and commitment. We are committed to furthering lasting change on issues like climate change, health care, and economic and racial justice, we seek to engage the public in these areas as well as others. We also recognize the urgency of confronting institutional racism and inequity within our political system and strive to make positive changes within our system as a result.

This role will report to the Michigan Organizing Director.

This role is in-person; applicants must be able to travel to and from a field office each work day.
This role is available in the following locations: East Lansing and Detroit.

FLSA Classification: Exempt
Remote Position: No
Union Position: No
Travel Requirements: Daily travel to field office, weekly travel to Elections Department, and 5% travel outside of primary region.
End Date: 10/04/24

**WHAT YOU’LL ACHIEVE:**
- Maintain high caliber data collection by ensuring all data entry is completed and maintain the highest standards of integrity, form completion, and data quality.
- Review form processing and flagged forms after Regional Organizing Director’s visual inspections for accuracy, keep accurate records of delivery, and raise concerns or issues to Quality Control Manager & State Leadership.
- Review daily quality control system entries and uploads in our quality control software.
- Establish regular check-ins and provide constructive feedback to the regional organizing directors to provide to field organizers & deputy field organizers.
- Provide training on best practices throughout the program.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
**REQUIRED SCHEDULE & AVAILABILITY:**
This position is a part-time, exempt position and the hours here are general expectations for what the time requirement will be to effectively complete your responsibilities. Applicants must have the willingness and ability to work the following schedule:

- A work schedule consisting of approximately 6 hours per day, 5 days per week (30 hours/week)
- General availability to work weekends and irregular hours
**ABOUT YOU:**

- Previous experience registering voters and managing organizer and volunteers
- Very well organized; excellent written & verbal communications skills
- Driven with a strong work ethic
- Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines
- Ability to foster a cooperative, team-oriented work environment
- Experience working with VAN, Votebuilder, and/or Blocks
- Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines
- Ability to foster a cooperative, team-oriented work environment.

**SALARY INFORMATION:**
The salary for this position is $3,624.40/monthly
**BENEFITS:**
Our comprehensive benefits package plays an essential part in how we recognize you for your critical contribution toward our organization’s mission.

_Taking Care of Your Future: _
- Medical, dental and vision insurance: 100% coverage for you and for your dependents
- Short-term disability, long-term disability and life insurance
- 401(k) plan - we’ll match 100% up to 4% of your salary
_Setting You Up for Success:_
- $150 per month to use toward your cell phone and internet costs
- $100 per month to use toward your personal health and wellness goals
- Flexible spending account for dependent care
_Prioritizing Your Work/Life Balance:_
- Generous PTO and leave policies
- 18 paid organization-wide holidays

**ABOUT NEXTGEN AMERICA:**

NextGen America is the leading national organization for engaging young people through voter education, registration and mobilization. We invite 18-to-35 year olds — the largest and most diverse generation in American history — into our democracy to ensure our government works for them and to find new solutions to the dire challenges facing our society and the world. Since 2013, NextGen America has registered more than 1.4 million young voters and educated many millions more.

We are an equal opportunity employer, and we encourage people of diverse backgrounds and experiences to apply. We value and are committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion as an organization--in theory and in practice, and our culture reflects that value and commitment. We are committed to furthering issues like climate change, health care, and immigration from a progressive perspective, and we seek to engage the public in these areas as well as others. We also recognize the urgency of confronting institutional racism and inequity within our political system and strive to make positive changes within our system as a result.