Murrumbidgee Murrumbidgee East Ward Local Government By-Election
Expression of Interest for employment

Welcome to the NSW Electoral Commission website for registering your interest to work at the Murrumbidgee Murrumbidgee East Ward Local Government By-Election to be held on 10 March 2018.

By registering your details on this website you are expressing interest to work as an Election Official or Office Assistant in a Returning Officer’s office or polling place at the Murrumbidgee Murrumbidgee East Ward Local Government By-Election . Please note that registering your expression of interest is not an offer of employment, and should not be interpreted as a guarantee that employment as an Election Official or Office Assistant will be offered to you.

Election Officials are employed in a polling place only on election day. Find out what positions are available and the rates of pay Election Official Positions

Office Assistants may be employed for up to eight weeks during the election period in the Returning Officer's office. Note: there are particular requirements that Office Assistants must meet. Find out what these are Office Assistant Positions

Accept your position and provide employment details. Please login below using your Login ID and nominated password or by selecting “Forgotten your login or password”

Political Neutrality Statement: The NSWEC is committed to maintaining public confidence in the integrity of the electoral system and the impartiality of Election Officials. The NSWEC expects that employees refrain from membership of any political party and from engaging in political activity which could be seen as reflecting adversely on the strict political neutrality of the NSWEC. Any person unable to meet these expectations cannot be considered for employment.

Avoiding Conflicts of Interest Statement: The public is entitled to expect the business of the NSWEC to be conducted with fairness and impartiality. To meet this expectation it is important that Election Officials avoid conflicts of interest. A conflict of interest exists when it is likely that an Election Official could be influenced, or could be perceived to be influenced by a personal interest in carrying out their public duty.

  • An example of an interest that may give rise to a conflict of interest for an Election Official is a personal relationship with a candidate contesting an election.

An Election Official must disclose any potential or actual conflicts of interest to their Returning Officer or to the Electoral Commissioner.

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