Election Judges are essential to our democracy. Serving as an Election Judge provides an opportunity to learn more about the election process and is a great service to our community.
Official duties of an Election Judge may include:
To qualify to be an Election Judge, you must:
You cannot be:
Paid to Serve
Election Judges can choose to be volunteers or be paid for training and working on election days. Pay ranges are based on position held.
Absence from Work Protection
Minnesota law allows individuals to serve as an Election Judge and be absent from work without penalty, provided the Employee provides written notice to their Employer at least 20 days prior to each election -.
Your employer may:
Anoka County has determined that successfully passing a pre-employment criminal background check will be required to become an Election Judge. Applicants will be required to sign an informed consent form allowing the County to obtain to conduct such screenings in connection with the position sought. Applicants who do not sign the informed consent form will not be further considered for the position.
About Anoka County
As the fourth largest county in Minnesota, we depend on the diversity, dedication, determination, and innovation of our employees. We offer a wide range of career opportunities for people with a variety of personalities, abilities, knowledge, and life experiences who can come together for the single purpose of serving Anoka County's 363,000 citizens in a respectful, innovative, and fiscally responsible manner. If your career aspirations resonate with our mission, we invite you to Find Your Path with Anoka County!
Commitment to Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employment
Anoka County is committed to the principles of our Affirmative Action Plan and Equal Employment Opportunity. It is the policy of Anoka County to recruit, hire, train, and promote persons in all job titles, without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, marital status, genetic information, status with regard to public assistance, physical ability, sexual orientation, or age except where such status is a bona fide occupational qualification. It is the policy of Anoka County to make employment decisions in a manner that will further our Affirmative Action Plan and Equal Employment Opportunity.
If you require accommodations or have any other questions regarding this job posting, please call the Anoka County Human Resources Department at 763-324-4300 and reference the posting title and number. If you have questions about the hiring process, please visit:
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