Washoe County seeking bilingual election workers for vote centers

Washoe County seeking bilingual election workers for vote centers

The Washoe County Registrar of Voters is recruiting for numerous positions to work at vote center during early voting and on Election Day, and is making a special plea for bilingual employees. Each vote center has greeters, intake specialists, managers, and many more positions. Pay begins at $16 per hour during early voting, and $175 on Election Day. English and Spanish are the primary languages spoken in Washoe County, but there is also a need for those fluent in European, Asian, and Pacific Islander languages. Ballots are printed in English and Spanish.  

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Washoe County seeking bilingual election workers for vote centers

The Washoe County Registrar of Voters is recruiting for numerous positions to work at vote center during early voting and on Election Day, and is making a special plea for bilingual employees. Each vote center has greeters, intake specialists, managers, and many more positions. Pay begins at $16 per hour during early voting, and $175 on Election Day. English and Spanish are the primary languages spoken in Washoe County, but there is also a need for those fluent in European, Asian, and Pacific Islander languages. Ballots are printed in English and Spanish.