All applicants must be registered voters and reside in Marion County (Indianapolis), Indiana. You must apply through the city-county Human Resources Website, specifically the seasonal and temporary jobs site. Begin the application process here. You will need to search for one of the seasonal job titles noted below, which generally fall on the last page of the application site.
Full-time seasonal opportunity (mid-March to early-June). Duties include preparing Election Day materials and voting equipment, cleaning warehouse and office space, inventorying supplies, and other duties as assigned. Must be to lift 50 pounds repetitively and work in a semi-industrial (warehouse) environment.
Full-time seasonal opportunity (mid-March to early-June). Under direct supervision, will help manage specific administrative processes related to the election including but not limited to in-person early voting, military/overseas voters, absentee voting by mail, and Election Day poll worker materials and voting equipment.
Full-time seasonal opportunity (mid-March to early-June). Duties will vary based on assignment but in general will include: answering telephones; greeting visitors; receiving, processing, and distributing mail/documents; performing general data processing/typing activities; recruiting, retaining and assigning poll workers; and providing direct administrative support to the Election Board Director and her staff.
Full-time seasonal opportunity (mid-March to early-June). Under direct supervision, will perform a variety of general clerical/office support functions including, but not limited to: answering telephones; greeting visitors; receiving, processing, and distributing mail/documents; preparing and processing schedules and implementation of the Marion County Election system.
Interested in serving as a poll worker on Election Day? You must be at least 18 years old, be a registered voter living in Marion County, attend training before Election Day and work at least 14-hours on Election Day. The two major political parties make assignments this Spring. Learn more about the positions and how to apply.
Did you know 17-year olds can register for the municipal primary election as long as they turn 18 on or before November 3, 2015? You can register online at indianavoters.com or download forms at indy.gov/VOTER. Deadline to register to vote for the municipal primary election is Monday, April 6, 2015. Help us spread the word!
Marion County Election Board also permits high school students that are 16- and 17-years old to be a poll worker on Election Day. You must have a 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent), permission from your school and permission from your parent/guardian. Learn more about this exciting program to serve your community!