Duties include sorting, processing and delivering mail-in ballots to residents. A driver's license is required and you must be available for the month of October until Election Day, November 9. This is a paid position. Hours may vary.
If you are 18 years of age or older, and have the ability to work long hours, you can apply to work the election.
What’s in it for you?
- Take part in something important
- Connect with your community
- Go behind the scenes on Election Day!
Elections staff will work long but rewarding days and will be compensated for their time.
We are looking for people interested in working the regular polls on Election Day, or covering advanced, special and mobile polls. Positions include Issuing Deputy Returning Officers, Receiving Deputy Returning Officers, Supervisors, Poll Clerks, and people on stand-by.
Elections Regina is looking for additional standby workers this fall. Standby workers will receive training and be available in the event a scheduled official falls ill or is unable to attend their work assignment on the dates of the Advance Polls or on Election Day. If you are able to accommodate this, please check off the Standby position or leave a comment on your application.
The safety of voters and election workers is our first priority. Elections planning is based on current recommendations by Saskatchewan Health Authority in accordance with provincial and municipal legislation and regulations. Elections Regina is putting contingency plans in place and will ensure physical distancing and sanitization protocols are in place to keep everyone safe and help prevent the spread of COVID-19.