Dominion is more than just a trusted provider of elections.
In today’s election market, Dominion Voting Systems sets itself apart with a commitment to customer service, convenience, and a superior use of technology to provide you with the best possible tools possible to meet your election challenges.
Dominion’s history spans more than 100 years – with roots all the way back to 1895 and the invention of the first ever Direct Recording lever machines in New York. Over the course of the last century, expertise and experience in the development and deployment of voting systems has grown - Dominion leverages this history of innovation through its vast pool of election specialists. Partnering with and learning from top level suppliers and employees in the election automation industry, Dominion is taking part in the world’s most challenging and innovative democracy projects.
Dominion is a results-driven organization, focused on ensuring that customers like you are satisfied with how Dominion’s products and service team perform. The only acceptable relationship in this industry is that your success is our success.
To achieve this overarching objective, Dominion harnesses technology for efficiency. With a strong history of innovation, an industry-leading engineering group, and constant research, development and quality control, Dominion’s technological offering is unparalleled in the market today.
We are not just an elections provider, we are
a partner. Our reputation relies on making
and keeping our customers satisfied.
Dominion works tirelessly to provide the high level of service that our customers have come to expect. We are guided by the following:
- Understanding the importance of efficient, secure and accurate elections
- Transparency and accountability in all that we do – on every level, for every election
- Standing by the services and products that we provide
- Striving for technological and service delivery excellence to meet today’s election challenges
John Poulos is the founding president and CEO of Dominion Voting. In this role, John leads the company’s overall business strategy and operations with a mission to change elections for the better – making them more efficient, secure, and accessible. John’s focus on customer partnerships and ongoing technical innovation grounded in a culture of transparency and accountability has formed the foundation of Dominion’s success.
Under John’s leadership, Dominion Voting has grown into an industry-leader in producing the highest quality, most innovative election solutions and delivering the very best in professional and support services. Since its inception in 2003, Dominion has grown to support over 1,200 jurisdictions across North America. Dominion has been named to Deloitte's Fast 500 Technology Companies for five years, recognizing the company’s success as one of the fastest-growing technology, media, and telecommunications enterprises in the United States and Canada.
John enjoys spending time soliciting and listening to feedback from customers, stakeholders and employees, and is happiest watching as that feedback comes to life in Dominion’s exciting and innovative service and products.
John holds a Bachelor of Arts in Electrical Engineering from the University of Toronto, as well as a Master of Business Administration from INSEAD, Fontainebleau France. John was selected as one of Canada's Top 40 under 40 in 2010 and Ernst & Young's Entrepreneur of the Year (Technology). John was also awarded the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Award in 2013 for his philanthropic work.
Waldeep has more than 20 years of experience in the elections industry, at both the executive level in the technology segment as well as in the State administration segment. Currently, Waldeep serves as the Executive Vice-President of Sales and is responsible for ensuring that Dominion’s customer-facing sales professionals understand and communicate the unique value that Dominion brings to customers and partners in the elections industry.
He is also responsible for developing market strategies in support of business goals for Dominion’s existing and emerging product lines and customer base. He provides overall guidance to the organization, building consensus around organizational goals, objectives, and priorities which serve as the basis for resource allocations and strategic planning.
Waldeep holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the California State University at Sacramento and a Master of Arts degree in Public Policy and Administration.
Nicole Nollette is the Executive Vice President of Operations at Dominion Voting. In this role, Nicole is responsible for the planning and guidance of all operational activities and critical projects for Dominion Voting, including voting system implementations, account management, election support, training, and sales support.
Nicole brings a wealth of functional and leadership experience, including navigating regulated industries with government customers, managing a highly distributed workforce, and leading teams in both an established and growth environments.
Nicole joins us from the largest lottery and gaming company in the world, where she held the title of Vice President of International Operations and Strategic Initiatives. Managing over 500 employees and 300 third-party staff, Nicole was successful in leading and developing teams working within a zero fault tolerance industry, in a market that has a high degree of political sensitivity and regulation.
Nicole holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree from the U.S. Naval Academy and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Mike brings over 22 years of election experience to Dominion’s operations team, which supports and oversees voting system implementations, account management, election support, training and sales support. As General Counsel, Mike oversees legal affairs for Dominion, including contract activities, litigation, corporate transactions, compliance, intellectual property, employment law, and all other legal matters.
Prior to joining the technology segment of the elections business, Mike began his career working in the public sector, including serving as the Election Director for the City and County of Denver.
Mike is licensed to practice law in the State of Colorado and holds a Juris Doctor from the University of Arizona College of Law, as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Binghamton University.
Howard Cramer has spent over two decades working to help jurisdictions from all over the world meet their election needs. Howard has successfully crafted countless solutions that offer innovative ways to use existing products to drive subtle paradigm shifts, we offer new approaches and choices. Howard exemplifies Dominion’s partnership-driven and collaborative approach with our customers. He is an advocate for the market and all of our external partners, and he works within our organization to drive mutual success.
Howard holds a Master of Business Administration from the University of Denver, and a Bachelor of Arts from Lyndon State College in Vermont. Howard is a native of New Jersey and has extended family roots in the North Eastern US. As avid skiers, he and his family chose Colorado as their home.
Kay is a seasoned Government Relations and Public Affairs Professional, with more than 20 years of experience working with U.S. election officials and media. As Dominion’s Vice-President for Government Affairs, she serves as the company’s public affairs liaison to federal and state government agencies. She is also the media spokesperson for the company.
Prior to joining the Dominion team, Kay spent 17+ years representing the National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS), the oldest professional association for state government officials in the U.S. In this role, she oversaw communications and programming outreach to 54 state and territorial member offices, 100+ media outlets and multiple federal entities, including the U.S. Election Assistance Commission, Congress and the White House.
Kay has worked on a number of major election initiatives in the U.S., including the creation and passage of the Help America Vote Act of 2002, the initial formation of the U.S. Election Assistance Commission and oversight of government outreach for the 2005 Commission on Federal Election Reform
Kay holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications from Towson University and a Master of Arts degree in Political Communications from the University of Maryland at College Park. She is based in Northern Virginia.
Jean-Pierre Kingsley has built a distinguished and productive election career in Canada and around the world that spans two decades, and serves as the Chair of Dominion Voting’s Executive Advisory Committee. The Executive Advisory Committee works to help guide Dominion on policies that shape Dominion’s philosophy and position on such issues as transparency, accessibility and ethics. Jean-Pierre also plays a pivotal role in shaping Dominion’s policies on social responsibility and philanthropic endeavors, helping to execute Dominion’s goal of making a positive difference in democracies all over the world.
Prior to his involvement with Dominion, Jean-Pierre was the President and CEO of the International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) in Washington D.C., and prior to that, he was Chief Electoral Officer of Canada for 17 years. His international experience includes serving as head of the international team observing the Iraqi legislative election in January, 2005 as well as head of another team accompanying the Haitian Presidential elections in 2006. In 2007, Jean-Pierre was awarded the Mexican Order of the Aztec Eagle, the highest award the Mexican government bestows on foreign nationals. Jean-Pierre was Head of Mission for the Organization of Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) to evaluate the elections in Portugal in September 2009 and the elections in the United Kingdom in May 2010.
Jean-Pierre holds a Bachelor of Commerce and a Master of Arts in Hospital Administration from the University of Ottawa. He is a senior fellow at the Faculty of International Affairs and Public Administration at the University of Ottawa.
DOMINION SEEKS TO RECRUIT AND HIRE INDIVIDUALS THAT ARE INTERESTED IN TAKING OUR COMPANY TO THE NEXT LEVEL, AND SHARING IN OUR SUCCESS.
Dominion Voting Systems provides innovative election solutions to more than 1000 jurisdictions in North America and abroad. In the last presidential election, over 35% of voters cast their ballots on Dominion-owned technology. In addition, Dominion has been listed as one of Deloitte’s 50 fastest growing firms, and been profiled in Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year awards. One of Dominion’s main objectives is to serve the needs of its customers with a team of qualified, professional employees. Our team shares several common qualities including high energy, innovation and dedication to product and customer service excellence. Our company offers challenging, fast-paced, rewarding opportunities for individuals seeking employment in a variety of different functions: sales, finance, customer service, engineering, and logistics, to name a few. Dominion Voting recruitment and hiring policies are non-discriminatory. Applicants are qualified for employment on the basis of job-related criteria such as experience, skills, education and fit. Below are current open opportunities. Please click on the link associated with each opportunity and follow the application instructions. To apply for a posted position or for general inquiries, please email: [email protected]
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Dominion Voting Systems is an equal opportunity employer. This means that Dominion Voting Systems is dedicated to providing equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, military status, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other status protected by federal, state, or local law. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including but not limited to, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, compensation, and training.