Join the excitement of being part of the Presidential Election Year! The Cuyahoga County Board of Elections has a wide variety of job openings with no experience required and we offer work for people of all skill levels. While great computer skills are certainly appreciated, they are absolutely NOT required! Bilingual applicants are also in demand.
About the Jobs
As you might imagine, the Board is hiring Precinct Election Officials (Poll Workers) for Election Day-only work. But there’s more! We are also hiring for longer-term assignments such as assisting nursing home voters, processing absentee ballots – opening and counting them, telephone operators, data entry and performing many other tasks. Although the 2020 Primary Election is not until March, several assignments will be starting as soon as January, just in time to help with those holiday bills.
Workers will be placed in positions that are a good fit with their skills and schedule. The Board is taking applications now. You can’t be hired until you apply! You may apply by calling 216-443-6600 or online at www.443VOTE.us.
Job Fair: January 6, 2020
We are hosting a job fair to fill more than 4,000 open positions for Election Day and more than 300 open positions for full-time temporary clerks. Precinct Election Officials (Poll Workers) earn $172.10 and clerks are paid $11.50 per hour for assignments that can last several weeks or months.
When: Monday, January 6, 2020
Location: The Cuyahoga County Garage, 2501 Harvard Avenue, Newburgh Heights, Ohio 44105 (map)
Hours: 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Have Questions? Call 216-443-6600.
No registration required!
People don’t have to wait for the job fair to apply for work. The Board is taking applications now. They may apply by calling 216-443-6600 or online at www.443VOTE.us.
Author: Mike West, Community Outreach Manager, Cuyahoga County Board of Elections