Canvasser staff application form

If you would like to work for Hammersmith & Fulham Council Electoral Services during the upcoming Canvass 2019, please complete this form.

Please note that applications will not be acknowledged and unsuccessful applicants will not be contacted. We may contact other council’s electoral services offices regarding any previous employment you may have had and equally we may share your details where necessary.

Please read our privacy notice which contains more information on how we manage personal data, your rights and how to update your details.

All fields marked with * must be completed.

About you
It’s made up of letters and numbers and never changes. You can find your National Insurance number on your payslip; on your P60; on letters about your tax, pension or benefits; in the National Insurance section of your personal tax account.
Your contact details
Your work details
Canvasser role and previous experience
Preference will be given to applicants wanting to do both deliveries and visits.
Please state your preferred area to carry out canvass work in the borough. Please see our map of canvass areas (pdf 1.17MB).
Please tell us the name of the local authority and the number of years you worked.
Please give details of any relevant experience involving door-to-door deliveries or dealing face-to-face with the public. This could be previous canvassing work for another borough or similar related work.
Reference
If you have NOT worked as a canvasser for Hammersmith & Fulham Council Electoral Services before, please provide the name and contact details (including email address) for a referee that we may contact if your application is successful. This person may not be a relative.
Protection of residents
During the canvass you will be working with minimal direct supervision, and will be calling on individual residents of the borough, some of who could be vulnerable.
If YES, please provide full details, including dates.
Statement
I would like to be considered for canvass duties. I accept that the work will involve weekend and evening working and may involve visiting areas at specific times to gain entry to some blocks. I understand that if appointed I must complete the work to the standard set by the Electoral Registration Officer, to qualify for payment. I am legally entitled to work in the UK and can supply a copy of my passport and/or visa upon request. I can supply a passport-sized photograph of myself upon request.
Recruitment monitoring

As an equal opportunities employer, monitoring of recruitment and selection is an essential part of good management practice, and is required under the Race Relations (Amendment) Act 2000. It is endorsed by the Equal Opportunities Commission and the Commission for Racial Equality, in order to ascertain whether equality of opportunity is being achieved.

We are unable to process applications from candidates who do not complete this recruitment monitoring information.

Our equal opportunities policy demonstrates a commitment to job applicants and those involved in staff selection that the recruitment process will be conducted as fairly and consistently as possible. With this in mind, all stages of the recruitment process will be monitored. These responses will be separated from your application upon receipt.

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