All positions to work in the 2021 Municipal General Election have been filled.
Thank you for your interest in this opportunity. Applications will still be accepted for anyone available to be a last minute replacement worker. Applicants will be added to our Standby list. You could be called at the last minute (up to and including Election Day, October 18) to fill as a replacement worker at any of the 8 Voting Stations as needed. Flexibility on location and ability to report to your assigned Voting Station is required.
How to Apply
Complete the Election Worker Application found at the bottom of this page. If you have any issues submitting the form, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Election Day: October 18, 2021, from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. (until duties are complete)
Please note, that election workers must remain at their assigned voting station for their required duties including end-of-day closing and clean up.
Frequently Asked Questions
No, election workers are responsible for their own transportation to and from assigned voting stations.
Yes. Election workers will be required to attend a mandatory training session in early October.
Setup and close voting stations.
Assist voters with the registration process.
Clean and sanitize working areas.
Must be able to deal tactfully and courteously with the public.
Must be physically able to lift supplies up to 55lbs. (25 kg)
Please note, details of further responsibilities will be provided at the mandatory training sessions.
Yes, the Presiding Deputy Returning Officer and Deputy Returning are paid at the following rates:
Presiding Deputy Returning Officer
$300 (1 day)
Deputy Returning Officer
$225 (1 day)
$50 per session
No, election workers do not need prior election experience.