Sunday, February 24, 2008

Help Wanted: Public Records Requisition Specialist

In the interest of saving the District some money, our board of directors at the blog has authorized the creation of one new position.

Position Summary:
Edmonds School District Weblog (ESD15.ORG) is one of the region's strongest and most dynamic blog sites committed to taxpayer advocacy and the elimination of corruption in school district administration. specializes in the acquisition, investigation and tracking of inappropriate use of public funds in the Edmonds School District. Our eight-month tradition of success is attributable to the bright, driven professionals at Creative, responsible, customer-oriented people are drawn to's advocacy strength, our dynamic workplace (your computer) and the exceptional opportunities for personal and professional growth (we can meet for coffee and chat). offers a no tangible salary, no training reimbursement, no education reimbursement, no certification bonuses, and no real comprehensive benefits package (aside from the satisfaction you may feel from helping expose poor choices by public officials and employees). has an immediate opening for a Public Records Requisition Specialist located in Edmonds, Lynnwood, Mountlake Terrace, Brier, Woodway or unincorporated parts of Snohomish County.

The candidate shall have at least five minutes of acquisition support experience. The candidate will be responsible for making requests for public records from the Edmonds School District. prefers that the applicant have absolutely no connection to current district management. Preferably you should not be related to Marla Miller, Nick Brossoit, or any member of the Board of Directors.

The purpose of this position is to make requests for public records directly to the Edmonds School District and thereby avoid channeling requests through the District's legal team at increased expense to district taxpayers. The successful applicant should know how to send email, including blind copies of requests to management.

If you are interested, please email:
Mark Zandberg,
Executive Director of Blog Content Development

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