Then you might consider applying to serve as executive director of the D.C. Board of Elections and Ethics.

The agency has been in the news in a bad way in recent months, for botching vote counts on the night of the District primary in September, then by taking forever to get any results out after the Nov. 4 general election.

The agency’s been under the direction of interim executive director Sylvia Goldsberry-Adams since Alice Miller left the board’s employ last May to take a job at the federal Elections Assistance Commission.

The requirements: “Advanced degree in policy administration and/or law preferred; work experience in governmental organization(s) and election processes; and comprehensive background in election administration, organizational development, administration and supervision. Applicant should possess the ability to communicate effectively in both oral and written forms.”