Seasonal Employment

The Hamilton County Board of Elections (BOE) anticipates a large voter turn out for the upcoming November 8th General Election. We will need additional support from temporary full-time employees to make it a successful election for the voters of Hamilton County.

The Absentee Voting Department has open positions for data entry clerks, mail processing clerks, early in-person voting assistants, and poll worker (PEO) trainers. Additional election related duties may be assigned as needed.



Temporary Full Time Employment Application

Available Temporary Positions:

Mail and Data Entry Clerk : Mail opening, sorting, plus proofing and data entry of absentee vote by mail requests.

Absentee Voting Clerk: Process early in-person voters at the BOE Early Vote Center.

In Person Voting Assistant: Assist with directing voters inside and outside of the Early Vote Center.

Work Location: 4700 Smith Road in Norwood, Ohio 45212

Work Schedule: Early-September through November 7th

8am–4pm, Mon.–Fri. (additional evening & weekend work may also be required

Starting Salary: $15 per hour

Deadline to apply: Open until filled

Poll Worker (PEO) Trainer: Train the poll workers (PEOs) of Hamilton County for their duties related to Election Day.

Work Location: 4700 Smith Road in Norwood, Ohio 45212

Work Schedule: September 29th through November 8th, Election Day

Flexible shifts for morning, afternoon, evenings, and Saturdays. Schedule will be discussed during interview if scheduled

Deadline to apply: Open until filled

Requirements for all positions:

Must be a US citizen

Must be registered to vote in Ohio

Must not have been convicted of a felony

Must be able to work at least 8am–4pm, Monday–Friday

Data entry experience preferred for clerk positions

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