The Australian Electoral Commission needs your help!
Looking for some extra cash this weekend? – The Australian Electoral Commission needs your help!
But you have to be fully vaxxed and do not collapse on the job.
The Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) is hiring people to work for the AEC this Saturday or the days after, particularly in regional Queensland. These are paid roles.
Where necessary, the AEC will cover any accommodation and travel costs – so if you’re up for a paid weekend getaway keep reading!
The AEC is looking for people to work in the following paid temporary roles in polling places this Saturday:
- Polling place Officer in Charge
- Polling place Second in Charge
- Declaration Voting Issuing Officer
- Polling Assistants.
A summary of the roles, and what’s involved, is available on the AEC website.
All AEC election roles in polling places are paid a package rate. Details on the pay, terms and conditions can be found in the Collective Determination.
Working in a polling place is an all-day effort – but rewarding! Staff will start at around 7am and finish no later than 11pm.
Note: some roles require a police check.
COVID-19 safety measures will be in place at polling places and other workplaces to protect AEC workers and voters. All temporary election workers will need to wear a face mask and be fully vaccinated.
Register your interest now. It only takes around 20 minutes.
Alternatively, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org with your details and the AEC will contact you and start the on-boarding process.
Please feel free to forward this information to your family, friends, and networks.