Hart District Council’s Election team are looking for bright, enthusiastic people to help them in this year’s annual canvassing.
The Council are looking to recruit a number of Electoral Records Officers to assist in the creation of the Register of Electors. Officers are employed from mid-October until the end of November throughout the district to call on residents who have not returned their household enquiry form, and if necessary, to help them complete the form. It’s expected that most of the work will need to be done during the evenings and weekends. This work can also be done in your spare time, alongside a full-time job.
Speaking about the role, Daryl Phillips, Joint Chief Executive and Returning Officer for Hart District Council, said: “Every year the Council has a legal duty to undertake a canvass of households over the autumn and produce a revised Register of Electors by 1 December which lists all the people registered to vote within the district. We are looking for local people to undertake this canvassing on behalf on the Council. If you are interested in offering a helping hand, and earning some extra money, please get in touch.”
For more information about this role, or to complete an online application form, please go to www.hart.gov.uk/get-involved. Alternatively you can email email@example.com or telephone 01252 774077 and we will send an application form to you.
The closing date to receive application forms is Friday 2 September 2016. The canvass is currently scheduled to start in October 2016 and training will take place for this work prior to the canvass starting.
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