Election workers wanted in Brampton


Published June 22, 2022 at 9:41 am

Brampton residents looking to play their democratic part can apply to work in the upcoming municipal election.

Applications are open for members of the public to become a Municipal Election worker and assist with administrative tasks and customer service on voting day, Oct. 24.

There are more than 2,000 positions available with preference given to Brampton residents who are 18 years old or older.

There are several positions available including Greeters, Deputy Returning Officers, and Assistant Location Supervisors.

Training is provided, and depending on the position you could make between $132.00 to $1,186.00.

City Clerk Peter Fay said working the election is an opportunity for members of the community to give back and learn more about municipal government.

“With an eligible voter base of more than 350,000, the support of Election workers is crucial in the effective running of the Municipal Election,” City Clerk Peter Fay said in a statement. “Anyone with the spirit to serve is welcome to apply.”

To learn more about the available positions and apply visit www.brampton.ca/bramptonvotes.

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