Hiring is underway for this year’s General Election with people needed to fill more than 25,000 roles.
“This is an opportunity to be part of the election team and help voters have their say at the 19 September 19 election and referendums,” chief electoral officer Alicia Wright says.
A variety of roles are available including working in voting places and counting votes. The work can last from one day to a couple of months over the election period.
“They are all paid roles and we’ll provide the training and support you need to do a good job.
“Voting places are run by people who live in the area, so it’s a great way to get involved in your community.”
For more information about working at the election go to https://elections.nz/jobs/work-at-the-2020-general-election/