At least 100 technical staff to oversee midterm elections in Bacolod City
The Bacolod City Commission on Elections (Comelec) is expected to acquire at least 100 technical support staff to oversee this year’s midterm elections on May 13.
Comelec-Bacolod elections supervisor, Atty. Mavil Majarucon-Sia, said the technical support staff will serve as poll workers and would help in operating the PCOS Machine.
Sia said individuals with basic computer knowledge can apply at their office.
The Comelec official also pointed out, there are enough teaching staff expected to serve during the elections.
Teachers and technical support staff will receive a P7,000 honorarium, P2,000 of which would be distributed during the elections; P1,000 in a communication allowance; P2,000 for traveling allowance; and P2,000 for their training allowance./
DepEd Secretary Leonor Briones says uniformed personnel should first send requests to the agency before entering school premises.