Republican Secretary of State Scott Gessler is hiring! Today Gessler’s office announced that a search committee has been formed in order to fill the position of Deputy Secretary of State, which became vacant when Bill Hobbs announced his retirement this fall.
You can read the full press release after the jump. We also happened to find a copy of the
official job announcement, which you can read below:
The Colorado Secretary of State’s office is seeking candidates to fill the position of Deputy Secretary of State.
According to a press release announcing the vacancy, “The Deputy Secretary of State serves as a key advisor to Secretary of State Scott Gessler, focusing on public policy in both elections and business filings.” For the purposes of this job opening, the term “key advisor” shall mean “to do whatever Scott Gessler tells you to do without questioning whether or not it makes any sense.”
Bachelor’s Degree required, law degree preferred. In lieu of college degree, proof of Republican voter registration will suffice.
Would be nice, but not all that important.
QUALIFICATIONS AND ABILITIES
PAY AND BENEFITS
Almost certainly inadequate, but opportunities may exist to do outside legal work to make extra cash. Successful candidate will have the option to purchase an older-model Honda Civic.
HOW TO APPLY
Applicants for the position will be vetted by a search committee, which includes former U.S. Senator Hank Brown; former Secretary of State Gigi Dennis; DHR International Executive V.P. Debra Young; local attorney Jim Hackstaff and Hobbs. Calvin was not available. Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to email@example.com if they aren’t concerned about getting a response. All others should wait for the search committee to call.
Applicants will not be disqualified because of race, sex, creed or color, but you’d be a damn fool to disclose that you are gay. Candidates of all political parties are encouraged to apply, but resumes that are not from lifelong Republicans will be thrown in the trash.
Please note that this job description is not real and may have been completely invented by Colorado Pols. For something that is real, click to read the press release after the jump.
Gessler announces search team for Deputy Secretary
Denver, Colorado – Today, Secretary of State Scott Gessler introduced the members of his search committee aimed at identifying candidates to be the next Deputy Secretary of State. The announcement comes after current Deputy Secretary of State Bill Hobbs announced his plans to retire.
The committee members include former U.S. Senator Hank Brown, former Secretary of State Gigi Dennis, DHR International Executive V.P. Debra Young, local attorney Jim Hackstaff and Hobbs.
“This new political appointee has big shoes to fill and I look to the guidance and experience of these leaders to help find the best fit for the office,” Gessler said. “We have incredible opportunities and challenges ahead and anyone wanting to be a leader in the organization should apply.”
The Deputy Secretary of State serves as a key advisor to Gessler focusing on public policy in both elections and business filings. Anyone interested in applying should send his or her resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gessler hopes to fill the vacancy by early next year.