Leeds ,
27
May
2016
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16:19
Europe/London

Chances to work on EU referendum

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There’s still a chance to be paid to work on next month’s EU referendum vote in Leeds with a number of vacancies for counting assistants and poll clerks up for grabs.

In addition to the positions already advertised for working in polling stations on Thursday June 23, a number of counting assistant posts have now also become available. These would involve working on the overnight count for the Leeds area.

Leeds is also hosting the overall declaration of the results from across the Yorkshire and the Humber region.

To find out more and to apply online or print an application form for posting, go to information about working on LCC elections

Job descriptions and application forms are available by clicking on the links in the page or you can call 0113- 378 4419 or email electors@leeds.gov.uk

Meanwhile, poll cards have been arriving at homes all over Leeds over the past week in time for the referendum. Anyone who has not received their card by the end of this week can contact 0113- 222 4411 to check if they’re registered. The registration deadline is June 7 and you can apply online at http://www.aboutmyvote.co.uk/register-to-vote