Election employment application

City of Winnipeg Elections is hiring! We are recruiting approximately 2,000 people to work during Advance Voting (October 3 - 21, 2022) and on Election Day (October 26, 2022) for the 2022 Municipal and School Boards Election.

Step 1 of 5: Personal information

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Step 2 of 5: Experience

Have you previously worked in a Provincial or Federal Election or By-election?
Do you have any election supervisory experience?

Step 3 of 5: Eligibility

Have you been convicted of an indictable offence or served any part of a term in prison for an indictable offence within the previous five years?
Are you presently a candidate, or the official agent of a candidate, an elected official, such as a Senator, Member of Parliament, Member of a Legislative Assembly, a Member of Council for a Municipality or a School Trustee?
Are you a judge of any court or a justice of the peace?
Are you 18 years of age or older?

Step 4 of 5: Availability

Are you willing to work outside of your Council ward?
Are you available to work during Advance Voting (October 3-21, 2022), Election Day (October 26, 2022), or both?
Can you attend a mandatory training session prior to your assignment?

Dates and training location information to be provided at a later date.

Are you fluent in French?
What is your current employment status?
Do you have a valid driver's license?
Do you have access to a reliable vehicle?

Step 5 of 5: Positions

Please select three positions you are most interested in working:

Oversees the voting place.

Greets and directs voters, and acts in a relief capacity for other Election Officers.

Confirms voter identification and issues the ballot.

Administers oaths for voters who require them in order to vote.

Operates the Automated Voting Machine (AVM) and transports AVM package to Election Headquarters.

Directs voter traffic at the entry of the voting place, and ensures routine sanitization of work stations is occurring as necessary.

Assists voters entering and leaving the voting place.

Your IP address will be logged as .

Privacy statement

This collection of your personal information is authorized by section 36(1)(b) of The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. Your information will be used to respond to you and to assure service quality. It is protected by the Act’s privacy provisions and will not be used or disclosed for any other purpose, except as authorized by law. Contact the Corporate Access and Privacy Officer by mail (City Clerk’s Department, 510 Main Street, Winnipeg MB, R3B 1B9) or by telephone (311), if you have questions about the collection or use or your personal information.