The largest by-election in Canadian history is coming up and that means a large team of staff will be needed to make it run smoothly. There are tons of Toronto election jobs up for grabs right now and many of them don’t require experience.

Toronto’s by-election for mayor will take place on June 26th, and some jobs require you to work on election day as well as advanced voting days.

Whether you’re just starting out or a returning employee looking for a more senior role, there are plenty to apply for.

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The Toronto election jobs available during the upcoming by-election include:

  • Managing Deputy Returning Officer (MDRO)
  • Deputy Returning Officer (DRO)
  • Access Officer
  • Customer Service Officer
  • Voter Assist Terminal Deputy Returning Officer (VAT Officer)
  • Tabulator Deputy Returning Officer (Tabulator Officer)
  • Ballot Deputy Returning Officer (Ballot Officer)
  • Revising Deputy Returning Officer (Revising Officer)
  • Standby Deputy Returning Officer (Standby Officer)

The jobs also require you to participate in a couple of mandatory training sessions that are 1 or 1.5 hours long.

And the pay is pretty sweet too — the compensation ranges from $235 to $425 for the day, depending on the job.

To find out more about each job and to apply, you can check out the City of Toronto’s 2023 by-election jobs page.

It’s almost time to rock the vote, and you can get paid to help your city elect its next mayor!