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Office Staff and Enumerators

October 2024 Provincial General Election

Bring your outstanding administrative and teamwork skills to serve democracy in British Columbia. Join an innovative and recognized leader in electoral administration.

Office Manager
Lead Election Equipment Officer
Election Equipment Officer
Office Support Staff

Approximately four to six weeks of work in September and October 2024
Full or part-time, Monday to Saturday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Some additional hours or evening shifts may be required.
$21 to $26 per hour, depending on the position.
Various communities around B.C.

Posting close date: Applications will be accepted until positions are filled

Elections BC is looking for enthusiastic individuals to provide support through the October 2024 Provincial General Election. In each provincial electoral district, the District Electoral Officer (DEO) will open an office at the beginning of September, 2024. DEOs will hire a team of staff for their office.

Positions required include:


Key Duties


  • ensures the smooth and efficient management of day-to-day operations in the district electoral office
  • guides and supervises the work of office support staff
  • coordinates and delivers classroom training to election officials employed in the electoral district
  • ensures that election officials have received the job-specific training necessary to perform their duties
  • coordinates a team of Election Equipment Officers to ensure the smooth functioning of office technology
  • ensures that technology services in the district electoral office and in voting places are provided in accordance with Elections BC technology policies and instructions
  • sets up and takes down office automation technology in the district electoral office
  • prepares voting technology for deployment to voting places
  • maintains and tracks voting technology as it is deployed and returned
  • supports the effective and efficient hiring of election officials for the electoral district
  • organizes and maintains applicant and employee records
  • tracks and reports on recruitment progress
  • assists the DEO with making selection decisions
  • performs general administrative duties, such as data entry, answering inquiries, administering voting and supply management
  • supports recruitment and training activities
  • oversees reception and provides client service
  • travels to locations to register new voters and updates/confirms existing voter records in person
  • provides information and raises awareness about the upcoming provincial general election

To apply for these opportunities:

  1. Review the job descriptions.
  2. Review the Find Your Electoral District application to determine which electoral district you want to work in. You may apply for work in more than one electoral district within reasonable commuting distance from your home. Employment can only be offered in one district.
  3. Prepare your resume detailing your relevant work experience and qualifications.
  4. Click 'Next' to be taken to a map where you can select the electoral districts you want to apply to.
  5. Submit an application to each electoral district you want to work in. You will be prompted to complete an online questionnaire to demonstrate how you meet the job requirements. Ensure you include all relevant information about your experience and employment history including job titles, start and end dates (month and year) of your employment, and how you obtained your relevant experience.

Local DEOs will make hiring decisions, and balance hiring experienced staff who have worked in past elections with applicants who are new to the electoral process.

Elections BC values integrity, accountability and transparency, and strives to recognize individual ability and creativity. Elections BC is also committed to diversity and inclusion in our workplace. To support this, we welcome diversity throughout our organization.

Elections BC | 1-800-661-8683 | elections.bc.ca