Do you like to help your community and get paid?
In addition to poll workers, the division has other positions available working at early and absentee voting sites, at regional elections offices processing ballots and assisting with activities Election Day and Election Night.
Your local election officials can teach you everything you need to know to do the job.
Must be a registered voter in Alaska.
Depending on the position, be willing two to four weeks during the election period, work election day and/or election night.
Must be willing to remain non-partisan on Election Day and NOT express any political opinions while on the job.
Cannot have a familial relationship with a candidate on the ballot.
Early and Absentee Voting Official – Work at a voting station beginning 15 days prior to Election Day through Election Day.
Absentee Ballot Review Board – Work at a regional elections office beginning seven days prior to an election through approximately 15 days after an election reviewing and processing absentee ballots.
Questioned Ballot Review Board – Work at a regional elections office for approximately 15 days after an election reviewing and processing questioned ballots.
Absentee and Questioned Ballot Logger – Work at a regional elections office assisting with receipt (data entry) of absentee and questioned ballots.
Regional Accu-Vote Board – Work at a regional elections office before and after Election Day testing ballot counting equipment and counting ballots.
Field Workers – On Election Day, provide assistance to polling places by helping with voting equipment and voting procedures.
Election Night Workers – Workers who serve on Election Night at a regional elections office assisting with various activities such as receiving materials and answering telephones.