Looking For A Side Gig? Be A Returning Officer For Elections Nova Scotia And Make $34.50 Per Hour

If you’re looking for a side gig, Elections Nova Scotia is currently seeking qualified individuals to fill the role of provincial returning officers in various electoral districts. These positions are crucial in administering the electoral process and ensuring its fairness and impartiality. The work is diverse, challenging, and rewarding, offering individuals with broad management experience an opportunity to contribute to the democratic process.

Returning officers must possess a variety of skills and demonstrate a commitment to non-partisanship. They will be responsible for overseeing the electoral process in their respective electoral districts, where they reside. Detailed information about the roles and responsibilities of returning officers can be found on the Elections Nova Scotia website.

The hourly wage for returning officers is currently set at $34.50/hour. Payment is based on the hours worked for assigned duties. Elections Nova Scotia has assignments and training leading up to an election based on the election readiness calendar. The bulk of the work is during an election period.

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Posted by Elections Nova Scotia on Monday, June 5, 2023

Interested candidates can apply for the role of returning officers online through the Elections Nova Scotia website. The website provides further information about the positions and features an online application form.

There are twelve electoral districts in Nova Scotia that require the services of returning officers. The districts seeking returning officers are as follows:

  1. ED18 – Dartmouth North
  2. ED21 – Eastern Passage
  3. ED23 – Fairview-Clayton Park
  4. ED24 – Glace Bay-Dominion
  5. ED25 – Guysborough-Tracadie
  6. ED26 – Halifax Armdale
  7. ED28 – Halifax Chebucto
  8. ED30 – Halifax Needham
  9. ED37 – Kings West
  10. ED45 – Queens
  11. ED48 – Sackville-Cobequid
  12. ED53 – Victoria-The Lakes

These positions offer a unique opportunity for individuals to actively contribute to the democratic process in Nova Scotia. Candidates who are passionate about promoting fair elections and possess the necessary skills and experience are encouraged to apply for these important roles.

For further details and to submit an application, interested individuals can visit the Elections Nova Scotia website’s employment section.

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