Work at the election

Thank you for your interest in working for the 2017 State General Election.

  • Most polling place vacancies have now been filled although some Returning Officers may still be seeking reserves so you can still apply if interested.
  • All roles working before and after the election have now been filled by Integrity Staffing.

Working at a polling place 

The Commission employs casual staff to work in polling places across Western Australia on polling day. 

  • Apply now for Employment Opportunities at a polling place at the State general election on 11 March 2017.
  • You may be placed at a polling place or you may be put on a "reserves" list by the relevant Returning Officer.

Read our guide on working at a polling place 2017 SGE Guide for polling staff.pdf (PDF 3 MB)

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.

Commission Expectations

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).