Working at a Vote Center
Want to get paid to serve your community?
Unlike traditional poll workers, Voting Center Representatives will be County employees, who will work for approximately 2 weeks when vote centers open.
Rate of Pay: Senior Vote Center Representative – $20/hour; Vote Center Representative – $17/hour.
To work at a vote center and serve as an Election Officer you must meet the following criteria:
- Be at least 18 years of age
- A resident of the State of California
- Attend mandatory paid training classes
- Have access to transportation
- Meet the basic job requirements as outlined in the application
Apply to be a Vote Center Representative: Employment Opportunities (governmentjobs.com)
Voting Center Representatives will receive a full days training at the Madera County Elections Department. After training Voting Center Representatives will staff vote centers from 8am to 5pm for several days before election day. On Election Day, Voting Center Representatives will be required to staff vote centers from 7am to 8pm.