Approximately 25,000 election officials are needed to work on General Voting Day for the upcoming Provincial General Election in B.C.
Interested? We’re looking for individuals who:
- want to participate in the democratic process
- are looking for short-term, temporary work
- enjoy working with a wide variety of people
- want to be part of a province-wide team
Election officials have an important role to play in the electoral process. They ensure that voters receive excellent service and have the opportunity to vote safely.
Important employment information
- Election officials must be at least 15 years old and legally entitled to work in B.C. (If you are a high school student, see our Youth at the Booth Election Worker job posting).
- All election officials must wear masks at all times while working. Some election officials must also wear a face shield. If you are not willing or able to wear a mask at all times, you must not accept employment as an election official.
- Training is mandatory, even if you have worked as an election official before. You must successfully complete all training sessions before your appointment as an election official is confirmed.
- You must have a valid email address and access to a computer to complete the online training prior to attending classroom training.
- You must provide your own transportation to and from work. Elections BC does not reimburse travel expenses.
- Please be prepared to provide your Social Insurance Number if you are offered employment.
- Submitting an application for employment form does not guarantee employment.
For more info and how to apply: