Elections BC Employment Opportunities
Election Workers – May 2017 Provincial General Election
Do you want to be a part of the democratic process?
Elections BC, a non-partisan Office of the Legislature, is recruiting election workers for the upcoming provincial general election.
The province needs 25,000 election workers to work at voting places all over B.C. The majority of these positions will work on May 9, 2017, General Voting Day.
Election workers are paid to attend training and receive a daily rate of pay for working. Most roles will earn about $250 for the day.
These job opportunities are a great way to get involved in the electoral process and obtain valuable work experience. Successful election workers are impartial, service-oriented, and able to maintain confidentiality. Positions are suitable for individuals of all ages, backgrounds, and experience. Students, retirees, and those just entering or returning to the workforce are encouraged to apply. The minimum age to work is 15 years, and applicants must be legally entitled to work in B.C.
For more information, and to find the contact information for your local hiring office, visit the Elections BC website at www.elections.bc.ca/jobs, or contact Elections BC at 1-800-661-8683/ TTY 1-888-456-5448.