The Los Angeles County Registrar's office is looking for bilingual speakers ahead of the special election season, and put out a request for help this week.
Specifically, they are in need of individuals who speak English in addition to one of either Bengali, Korean, and Tagalog, according to Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk Media & Communications Director Regina Ip.
The jobs pay up to $19.18 an hour, according to the agency.
"Job duties for the temporary election assistant positions will include translating election materials or being at polling places on Election Day to assist voters," an announcement from the office states.
Applications for Election Assistant I and II positions can be found here. Be sure to indicate your language skills if applying.
Workers for these part-time, temporary jobs will be likely based out of Norwalk, the agency tells Patch.
Call (562) 462-2293 or (562) 462-2285 for more information.