2023 May 3
Applicants can now register and book an interview for temporary paid positions to work during the 2023 by-election for mayor.
Voting place election officials will help Toronto residents vote in person during six advance voting days from Thursday, June 8 to Tuesday, June 13 and on election day, Monday, June 26.
Available positions include ballot officers, tabulator officers, customer service officers and standby officers. Successful applicants will enhance their skills in customer service, problem solving and teamwork.
Anyone who is at least 18 years of age and legally eligible to work in Canada can apply. Role responsibilities, requirements, pay and time commitments, including training and working hours, are available on the Toronto Elections employment webpage .
Applicants will be assigned roles based on their knowledge, experience and the availability of positions at the time of their interview. Best efforts will be made to place applicants at a voting location closest to their identified home address.
Those without access to the internet or a computer who require assistance can call the recruitment line at 416-338-1111 and press 2, or TTY 416-338-0TTY (0889).
More information about Toronto’s 2023 by-election for mayor is available on the Toronto Elections webpage .