Jobs: 300 get to work with the election in September
On 11th September, it’s the parliamentary (Riksdag), county council (Region Skåne) and municipal council elections.
Vote collectors are required to ensure everything functions, both in the pre-election and on Election Day.
What does a vote collector do? You ensure that the person voting has the right to vote. You receive the votes and put them in the ballot box. After the polling station has closed, you are involved in checking and counting the votes.
You must also ensure that the polling station runs smoothly. You help voters who ask for help.
You must be 18 years old. If you can speak languages other than just Swedish, you are highly encouraged to apply.
You must have an e-mail address and Bank ID to be able to work as a vote collector. An important requirement is that you are not politically active in any party.
Those who are accepted must undergo a short training first. 30th April is the last day to apply.
You can find the link to apply here: work in the election
More information regarding the election can be found on the Election Authority's website.