Kelowna is recruiting workers for the October municipal election – Kelowna News

Written by Javed Iqbal

Election workers are needed

If you’re urbane and looking for a little extra cash, the city of Kelowna has just the job for you.

The city will hire about 300 workers to help with the municipal elections in October. The positions include election official, deputy election official and president of election official.

Workers must be available on October 5th, 8th, 12th, 13th, 14th and on the regular polling day of October 15th.

The election staff works from 7:00 a.m. to 21.30 on the specified days.

“Working as an election official is a chance to get involved in the community while gaining valuable insight into the election process,” said Laura Bentley, Kelowna’s chief elections officer. “We’re looking for people who are passionate about our community and who enjoy connecting with people.”

The daily wage rate ranges between $265 and $475, and includes mandatory training sessions. Pay for the training sessions is built into the daily rate of pay for each position.

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