Telephone Bank Operator Information
As a Telephone Bank Operator, you perform an important role in the election process, serve your community, meet new people, and earn money.
Telephone Bank Operators provide precinct personnel with voter registration status and ensure the voter is in the correct precinct. Pay varies from $10-$13, depending on the position assigned. All operators are required to attend a 2-hour paid training session and must be able to work a 12-hour shift (7 a.m. through 7 p.m.) on Election Day. The Phone Bank supervisor will determine scheduled breaks and a lunch period. Please note that some telephone bank locations are not conveniently close to restaurants or stores so please come prepared for the entire day, bringing lunch, supper and any other necessities such as medicine, etc.
Requirement for Telephone Bank Operators
Telephone Bank Operators must:
- Be a registered or pre-registered voter in Brevard County.
- Provide a Social Security number, which will be required prior to employment and used solely for the purpose of payroll eligibility.
- Be able to read and write English.
- Be able to work a 12-hr shift (7 a.m. through 7 p.m.) on Election Day.
- Be customer-service oriented.
- Be computer-literate and comfortable working with informational databases.
- Attend the required training session (additional training available as required.)
- Not be a candidate, or the immediate family member of a candidate, on the ballot of the election that you are working.
- Be available to remain at the required location until all work is complete.
- Be able to work as a part of a team.
If you are interested in becoming a Phone Bank Operator, e-mail or call our office at 633-2124.