Head Quarter Positions
E hiahia ana koe ki te mahi mō te pōti nui?
Me whai wāhi koe ki tētahi mahi whakahirahira mō tō hapori
- He maha ngā takiwā
Ka tū te Pōti Matua o tēnei tau hei te Hatarei 19 Mahuru, ā, koia te pōti rahi rawa kia tū i Aotearoa, mai rā anō. Neke atu i te 25,000 ōna kaimahi puta noa i te motu.
E rapua ana e mātou ētahi tāngata hei mahi Harangotengote i te pūtahi rohe pōti i mua, i te rā tonu, i muri hoki i te Rā Pōti. Mehemea he pūkenga kiritaki pakari ōu, me whai whakaaro koe mō te whakauru mai.
Tērā te huhua o ngā momo tūranga, he rerekē ngā pūkenga o tēnā, o tēnā, he rerekē hoki te roanga wā.
Nā te āhua o te mahi me tangata ngāwari koe, me tangata pono ki te mahi. Hei ētahi o ngā tūranga me wātea te kaimahi ki te hāereere i roto i tō rātou rohe pōti.
Ngā kaiwhakahaere me ngā Kaihautū Hātepe
Ka whakahaeretia, ka aratakina rānei e koe ngā kāhui mahi e whakatinana nei i ngā hātepe matatini mō te pōti, pēnei i te whakarite huarahi mō ngā pōti tōmua, mō te tatau pōti rānei. Ka riro hoki māu e whakamahere, e whakarite wātaka, rawa hoki mō te pōti tōmua, e whakahaere ngā hātepe mō muri i te pōti rānei. Ka riro māu e aroturuki, e pūrongo ngā āhuatanga, e mahi tahi hoki me tō kaiwhakahaere ki te whakatau i ngā raruraru tērā pea ka ara ake.
Ngā tūranga Tautoko Kaiwhakahaere
Ka riro māu e whakahaere ngā mahi maha, tae atu ki te āwhina i ngā mahi kōpaki, toha hoki i ngā rawa, te whakauru raraunga me te tatau pōti.
Kei te kimi mātou i ētahi tāngata ka āhei ki te:
- whai i ngā tohutohu matatini
- mahi pai ahakoa pokea e ngā rā kati
- mahi pai me te matahuhua o te tangata
- arotahi mārire ki te kiritaki me ōna hiahia
- anga atu ki ngā mea moroiti e tika ana
- noho tūtika, noho tōkeke i te taha tōrangapū
Te Haumaru me te Toiora
He mea taketake tō noho haumaru, waihoki ngā kaipōti. Ahakoa kei hea koe e mahi ana, ka noho tonu ko ngā ritenga o te Kaitiaki Take Kowhiri (Electoral Commission) hei mana, e haumaru ai koe, e tika ai tō whakahaere i ngā kiritaki, i raro i ngā Taumata Ohiti o Covid-19. Ka uru ki tēnei karangatanga ngā rawa kaupare whaiaro, me he tika kia pērā, ā, ka whakangungua koe mō ōna rāwekeweke.
Mō Te Kaitiaki Take Kōwhiri | About the Electoral Commission
E hiahia ana te Kaitiaki Take Kōwhiri kia whakaponohia, kia whakaaetia kia whai wāhi hoki ngā tāngata katoa o Aotearoa ki ngā pōti o te Whare Pāremata. He tino whāinga wāhi tēnei kia takoha koe ki ngā mahi manapori o Aotearoa, hei tangata o tētahi kāhui iti whakatinana i ngā hātepe me ngā pūnaha mō ngā pōtitanga me ngā uiuinga whakaaro ā-motu.
He aha ināianei?
Hei tono ki tēnei tūranga, tēnei pāwhiritia te hononga e whai ake nei: https://work.elections.nz/application
Interested in working on the election?
Be part of something important in your community
- Multiple locations
This year’s General Election will be held on Saturday 19 September 2020 and it will be New Zealand’s biggest one yet. It involves over 25,000 staff working across the country.
We’re looking for people to work on a Casual basis at electorate headquarters before, on and after Election Day. If you have strong customer service skills and enjoy working in teams, you should consider getting involved.
There are a range of roles requiring different skills for different lengths of time.
The nature of the work means that you’ll need to be flexible and dependable. Some roles may need to travel around their electorate.
Managers and Process Leaders
You will manage or supervise teams who undertake detailed election processes such as arranging for advance voting or the counting of votes. You'll help manage the planning, rostering and supplies for advance voting or oversee post-election processes. You'll also have responsibility for monitoring and reporting and will work with your manager to resolve any issues that arise.
Administrative Support roles
You’ll undertake many duties including assisting with the packing and distribution of supplies, data entry and vote counting.
We’re looking for people who can:
- follow detailed instructions
- work well under pressure to meet deadlines
- work with a diverse group of people
- have strong focus on customer service
- pay attention to detail
- be politically neutral
Safety and Wellbeing
Your safety and that of voters is critical. No matter where you work at the Electoral Commission, protocols will be in place to keep you safe and to manage customers under applicable Covid-19 Alert Levels. This may include personal protective equipment, should it be necessary, for which you will receive training.
About the Electoral Commission | Te Kaitiaki Take Kōwhiri
The Electoral Commission wants every New Zealander to trust, value and take part in Parliamentary elections. Here’s your chance to contribute to New Zealand’s democracy as part of a small team who implement processes and systems for Parliamentary elections and referenda.
To apply for this role, please click on the following link: https://work.elections.nz/application