Employment

The VEC aims to employ and develop people who:

  • represent the diversity of the Victorian community
  • demonstrate impartiality and integrity
  • are committed to delivering the highest standard of professional and effective electoral services.

Current Vacancies

Training Product Coordinator (job-share)

  • $78,773 - $89,375 per annum pro-rata plus superannuation
  • Ongoing, part-time, 3 days per week
  • VPS G 4.1

Applications close 5pm Monday 24 April.

View the full job posting on the VPS Careers site.

Recruitment Project Coordinator

  • $78,773 - $89,375 per annum pro-rata plus superannuation
  • Part-time, 4 days per week
  • Fixed-term contract ending December 2017

Applications close 5pm Tuesday 25 April.

View the full job posting on the VPS Careers site.

Application Developer

  • $100,431 - $109,969 per annum plus superannuation
  • Full time, ongoing
  • VPS G5.2

Applications close 5pm Tuesday 2 May 2017.

View the full job posting on the VPS Careers site.

Quality, Risk and Compliance Manager

  • $130,338 - $149,188
  • Ongoing - full time
  • VPSG6.2

Applications close 5pm Sunday 7 May.

View the full job posting on the VPS Careers site.

Working at an election – Casual opportunities

The VEC maintains a large database of casual employees to work at elections.

If you have not worked previously with the VEC and wish to join the VEC’s database of election officials, you can now Register online to work at Victorian elections. Before registering your interest, it is highly recommended that you view our online registration tutorial.

Please visit Working at an election for more information.

Working with the VEC

For details on what to expect in the workplace please visit Working with the VEC. The information available includes employment conditions, codes of conduct, flexible working arrangements, occupational health and safety, political impartiality and workplace diversity.

Disclosure of Political Activities

VEC employees must perform their duties with complete political impartiality. Section 17A of the Electoral Act 2002 enables the VEC to ask job applicants for disclosure of political activities that could compromise the perceived independence of the organisation.

Please view Disclosure of Political Activities for more information.

Australian Business Number (ABN)

The VEC's ABN is 46 583 749 552.

Further information

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