NIS 2,000 per day of work: who wants to be a polling secretary?
Registration for the position opened today at 10:00 a.m. and will end in ten days.
Candidates will have to pass a computerized test and a personal interview, but those who pass will receive a rewarding salary for one day of work
Monday, 08 August 2022, 10:14 Updated: 10:21
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Entering the polling station in Tel Aviv, March 2021 (Photo: Reuven Castro)
Today (Monday), at 10:00 a.m., the director of the election committee, attorney Orli Adas, opened the registration for candidates for the position of secretary and secretary of the ballot committee for the elections to the 25th Knesset.
According to the Central Election Committee's announcement to the media last night, the committee needs thousands of secretaries and polling commissions and intends to staff approximately 13,000 polling booths.
To date, the salary offered to polling clerks has been approximately NIS 2,279 gross, while at the time of writing, a meeting is being held in the Elections Committee on the subject of increasing the secretaries' salary, so one should expect an improved salary for a long, exhausting, but working day One day only.
In the meantime, someone who previously worked as a polling secretary received the following message on his mobile phone today:
"Hello, according to our records, in the previous election you worked as a ballot collector. We would like to inform you that the registration system for ballot collectors in the upcoming elections will open today, Monday, August 8, 2022 at 10:00. The system will close on Thursday, August 18, 2022 at 20:00. As long as you are interested in working In the current elections, as a ballot collector, you must register through the recruitment and sorting system on the website of the Central Election Commission bechirot.gov.il and take the online study and test.
The CEO of the Central Election Commission, Orli Adas, during the announcement of the results of the previous elections to the Knesset, March 2021
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How to Register?
According to the announcement of the Central Election Commission, registration will be carried out using the "age system", a computerized, user-friendly system that allows every citizen access to the registration process from any home computer.
Those who want to work on election day will have to successfully pass a test by a student in the computerized system (with learning aids to help understand the material being studied).
The candidates who successfully complete the study and the test will be ranked by the system according to the grade they received.
Each candidate who passes the test will be transferred to a pool of candidates, from whom the system will refer, according to the committee's decision, to personal interviews at the regional committees.
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