- Are you looking to earn some extra cash?
- Does $250 for working one day sound good?
- Do you have one day available to gain some work experience?
- If you answered YES – then Elections BC may have a job for you!
The work day is long – 14 hours or more. Election workers must be prepared to sit or stand for long periods. The work day begins with the set-up of the voting place at 7:00 a.m. and concludes with the completion of the ballot count at approximately 9:30 p.m.
Experience and Skills Required:
basic English language and literacy skills
ability to be impartial and non-partisan
good communication and people skills to provide customer service
ability to perform repetitive tasks
basic arithmetic skills
To apply for an election worker position, interested applicants can either:
a. Complete an expression of interest form on the website – www.elections.bc.ca/jobs, or
b. Apply in person at their District Electoral Office once open on April 8th.
|BC Employment Assistance Clients If you are interested in applying for any of the Election BC positions the table below will give you an idea of how these earnings could affect your Income Assistance payments. Please note other circumstances may impact the amount of income assistance you are eligible for. Please contact the Ministry at 1-866-866-0800 if you have any questions related to your individual circumstances. If you are participating in phase 1 of the Annualized Earnings Exemption please contact the Ministry. If you work for Elections BC you will receive the earnings in May and you would report those earnings on June’s cheque stub (SD81) and it would affect your July assistance.|