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Recruitment of information officers

21 April 2022

Categories: General election, Institutional, Jobs, Provincial

Come experience the thrill of a general election!

Élections Québec’s information centre team is looking for new members in preparation for the provincial general elections scheduled for October 3, 2022. Your mission: to answer calls from the public and provide a range of election-related information. Information officers interact directly with citizens and play a key role in helping people exercise their right to vote. Don’t miss this exciting opportunity!

  • Where? 1045 Wilfrid-Pelletier Avenue in Québec City (Sainte-Foy–Sillery–Cap-Rouge Borough)
  • When? Successful applicants will begin work on August 8, 2022, with a paid training period lasting two weeks (until August 19). They will then continue working until the elections, scheduled for October 3, 2022.
  • Wages: $22.32/hour. A 6.5% bonus will be applied to regular hours (up to 35 hours), to compensate for the lack of certain employee benefits. Overtime hours will be paid at time-and-a-half.
  • Schedule: Approximately 55 hours/week. Information officers rotate between day shifts and evening/weekend shifts, based on a predetermined schedule.

See the job listing (in French) for more information.

“Working at Élections Québec is always a pleasure! Joining an organization that offers a friendly and supportive work environment gives great satisfaction. The managers and coordinators are committed to the team’s well-being. They know how to instill and foster a reassuring culture of mutual assistance, so everyone on the team feels appreciated and supported. The happiness is contagious!”

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