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Job No: 9627WI

Position .NET Developer
Client Name Elections Commission (EC)
Requisition 131443
Location Madison, WI
Duration 1 year
Due Date 6/12/2024
C2C Possible Yes. $41 - $46 C2C. We can also do W2
Interview Method Webcam

Candidates MUST be WI residents or willing to relocate to WI at their own expense prior to the start date. Must be available to come into the Madison office as needed.


Our client is looking for a .NET Developer. This position’s primary role will be to develop and maintain Wisconsin’s electronic poll book software, also referred to as BadgerBook. The BadgerBook application is developed in-house on a .NET web application applied to devices with limited local area network connectivity. Maintenance of the BadgerBook Windows operating system is done offline so advanced knowledge of the .NET framework and SQL Server is required. Additionally, interaction with BadgerBooks is done primarily by non-technical end users so familiarity with scripting languages is helpful in creating simple deployment packages. The client is charged to administer and enforce elections laws. A core mission of the client is to ensure ongoing and quality education, training, outreach, technical assistance, and advice to municipal clerks, county clerks, and local election inspectors (poll workers) that conduct elections as well as to ensure adherence to, and compliance with Wisconsin election laws and required procedures. Another core function is to provide current and accurate information to the public as well as various governmental and other organizations about the electoral processes, voting statistics, and trends. Under the supervision of the IT Project Manager and IT Director, this position functions as part of the Information Technology team and is a resource for developers and elections specialists. This position will develop a high-level working knowledge of federal and state election laws, administrative rules and business processes in order to effectively interpret and apply these requirements to all types of elections technology used throughout the state. As time allows, this position will work with the main application, , which is a database of voter and election information as well as a primary tool for administration of elections , and help in developing and maintaining our other applications including the voter website MyVote, Wisconsin’s data request site Badger Voters, Wisconsin’s election results reporting module Canvass, and other Wisconsin election technology.


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