STATE ELECTION | Thousands of jobs available for March 23 election, including at Bossley Park, Chipping Norton and Moorebank

Generic image. Picture: NSW Electoral Commission
Generic image. Picture: NSW Electoral Commission

The NSWElectoralCommission is seeking 10,000 staff to fill a range of jobs at the state election on Saturday, March 23.

Jobs are available locally at Bossley Park, Chipping Norton and Moorebank. Wider list of suburbs below.

The commission is especially, but not exclusively, seeking younger people and also people who speak a second language other than English.

A total of 20,000 paid roles are being recruited, either for election day or for up to eight weeks for some administrative jobs.

NSW Electoral Commissioner JohnSchmidt is encouraging people to apply at elections.nsw.gov.au.

Jobs are available locally at Bossley Park, Chipping Norton and Moorebank.

JOHN SCHMIDT, NSW Electoral Commissioner

“You don’t need experience to apply and we provide all necessary training,” he said. “We’re seeking people who are team players, good communicators and who enjoy working in a fast-paced, dynamic environment.”

He said there were vacancies state-wide for all types of roles.

“There are some electoral districts where we’re particularly short of staff and keen to hear from local applicants.

The commission is especially, but not exclusively, seeking younger people and also people who speak a second language other than English.

JOHN SCHMIDT, NSW Electoral Commissioner

These electoral districts and suburbs include:

Holsworthy: ChippingNorton and Moorebank; and

Prospect: BossleyPark and Pemulwuy.

And also, a little further afield:

Lakemba: Riverwood, Punchbowl and Lakemba;

Riverstone: Glenwood and Riverstone;

Davidson: StIves, Gordonand Roseville;

Swansea: Belmont and Swansea;

Wallsend: Wallsend and Cardiff;

Macquarie Fields: Ingleburn and MacquarieFields, and

Seven Hills: Wentworthville and SevenHills.

To work at the election, you need to be enrolled to vote.

“Delivering democracy is worthy work and provides people with transferable skills as well as income,” Mr Schmidt said. “We particularly encourage younger people to apply and anyone who speaks languages in addition to English.”

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