- If you have submitted an application and haven’t received an offer yet, please note that the recruitment process is still in progress. If your application is successful, you will be sent an offer of employment to your email account.
There are two ways to apply for casual employees to work before, on and after Polling Day 2017.
- Employment Opportunities - for working at a Polling Place on 11 March 2017 or in a Mobile Polling Team
- Integrity Staffing - for working at the Commission’s Count Centre or selected Early Voting Centres
You may apply to either or both sites however bear in mind that you can only be available to work one role on polling day. If you are selected to work at a Polling Place or the Count Centre on polling day you may still be offered another role on other days.
Working at a polling place
The Commission employs casual staff to work in polling places across Western Australia on polling day and on Mobile Polling Place teams during the two week period prior to polling day.
2017 SGE Guide for polling staff.pdf (PDF 3 MB)
Working at the Count Centre
There are also opportunities for casual staff to work for longer periods at the central Count Centre in Northbridge for a period before and/or after polling day or at selected Early Voting Centres in the lead up to the election. At these locations you are employed by Integrity Staffing (external link) as a temporary employee.
If you would like to learn more about the different issues associated with working at an election, you can watch the information video (5 mins 22 secs) below.
The Commission expects all of its employees, including casual staff, to act ethically, honestly, impartially, courteously and with due care in the performance of their duties in accordance with the Code of Conduct.
Code of Conduct (PDF 169 MB).