Apply to be an election worker

 

Election Clerk 

  • Required experience: No experience needed.
  • Work time: Work election day, November 2, from 6AM to 7PM (minimum 13 hours) or until relieved from duty by the Presiding Judge.
  • Training:  Training is required and provided by the Election Administrator's Office.
  • Pay: $17 per hour.
  • Duties: Greet voters, manage lines outside, ensuring proper social distancing and recommending masks, and monitoring the last voter in line; check IDs and registration status; sanitize equipment; or perform duties as requested by the Presiding Judge.

Apply to Become an Election Clerk

*Include your name, address, phone number and whether you have any experience working as a clerk or judge in a previous election.

Alternate Judge

  • Work time: Work election day, November 2, from 6AM until the polling location closes (minimum 13 hours).
  • Training: Training is required and provided by the Election Administrator's Office.
  • Pay: $17 per hour.
  • Duties: Alternate Judge provides managerial support for Presiding Judge, and performs other duties as requested. May also step into the role of Presiding Judge if Presiding Judge is not available.

Apply to Become an Alternate Judge

*Include your name, address, phone number and whether you have any experience working as a clerk or judge in a previous election.

Presiding Judge

  • Required experience: Some experience preferred.
  • Work time: Work election day, November 2, from 6AM until the polling location closes (minimum 13 hours).
  • Training: Training is required and provided by the Election Administrator's Office.
  • Pay: $20 per hour.
  • Duties: Open and close polling location. Recruit staff to work with them at location. Oversee polling location operation. Responsible for handling all voting concerns and/or questions. Responsible for picking up and dropping off supplies needed to execute election location activities. 

Apply to Become a Presiding Judge

*Include your name, address, phone number and whether you have any experience working as a clerk or judge in a previous election.

 

ALL ELECTION WORKERS NEED TO BE REGISTERED TO VOTE IN HARRIS COUNTY.

*To be hired, you will need to submit an Employment Eligibility Verification (I-9). Compensation will be paid within two to three weeks by direct deposit into checking account. There will be no cash payment or no checks. Travel time to assigned location will not be paid. All people who are paid will be employees of A1 Employee Personnel, assigned to the county.