Poll Worker Job Description
ELECTION INSPECTOR JOB DESCRIPTION
CITY OF GLENDALE
Election inspectors play a vital role at voting sites. They work directly with voters and assist in the following areas:
Check-in registered voters, issue ballots and voter numbers.
Register qualified individuals to vote.
Handle voting equipment to verify ballots have completed and accepted.
The hours of an Election Inspector are from 6:30 a.m. until the Chief Inspector completes the closing procedure (typically 9:30 p.m.), which is a FULL day.
Election Inspector pay is $9.00/hr. If you wish to receive payment, you must bring your Photo ID and Social Security Card to your training class; it is needed for payroll purposes.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Verify voter’s name and address in poll list.
Check-in pre-registered voters using poll list
Issue ballots and voter numbers.
Reconcile poll lists.
Document changes in voter information.
Use parameter book and polling location guide to verify address and determine voter polling location.
Determine types of registration.
MonitorDS200 voting machine.
Monitor the AutoMARK (ballot marking machine).
Address ballot errors.
Maintain tally of rejected/reissued ballots.
Collect voter numbers and ballot privacy folders.
Assist voters with marking ballots.
Assist in the enforcement of all Election Day policies and procedures.
Assist in the completion of all Election Day forms.
Assist voters that request curbside voting.
Assist in the voter and ballot reconciliation.
Must have completed 8th grade.
Must have experience working with diverse groups of people in a public environment.
Able to read, write, and speak English fluently.
Must possess excellent customer service skills.
Strong clerical and analytical skills.
Must possess good oral communication skills.
Must be able to sit and/or stand for long periods of time.
Must be able to lift 30 lbs.
Must be qualified to vote in the County of Milwaukee.
At least 18 years of age.
Must be a resident of Milwaukee County and a U.S. citizen.
Never have been convicted of a felony and not otherwise disqualified from voting.
Not be a candidate for office in the election.