S.F. hiring poll workers for one-day job

Applications to be a poll worker for the Nov. 6 municipal elections in San Francisco are now being accepted by the city's Department of Elections, according to a statement Friday.

The positions available are one-day assignments and pay from $122 to $165, according to the statement.

Applicants must be U.S. citizens, 18 years old or older and registered to vote in California.

Non-U.S. citizens may apply to work as translators.

San Francisco high school students at least 16 years old with a 2.5 or higher grade point average may apply to be a poll worker through the elections department's High School Student Poll Worker Program supported by the San Francisco Unified School District, according to the elections department.

Those who speak Spanish, Cantonese or Mandarin in addition to English are encouraged by the city to apply.

For more information visit www.sfgov.org/election or call the Poll Worker Division at (415) 554-4395.

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