E-3.3, r. 14 - Regulation respecting the tariff of remuneration and expenses of election officers

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chapter E-3.3, r. 14
Regulation respecting the tariff of remuneration and expenses of election officers
ELECTION - ELECTION OFFICERS - TARIFF OF REMUNERATION
Election Act
(chapter E-3.3, s. 549).
E-3.3
September 1 2012
DIVISION I
SCOPE
1. This Regulation applies to all the services provided by an election officer within the meaning of section 136 of the Election Act (chapter E-3.3) who performs a function listed in section 2.
O.C. 771-2006, s. 1.
DIVISION II
REMUNERATION
2. The remuneration to which election officers are entitled is indicated after their respective functions:
(1)  Returning officer
Substitute returning officer:
Hourly remuneration equivalent to the hourly remuneration of an administration specialist at the maximum pay scale level, based on public service classification and norms. The remuneration is increased by a 5% team leader premium while the returning officer’s main office is open;
(2)  Assistant returning officer:
Hourly remuneration equivalent to the hourly remuneration of an administration technician, senior class, maximum pay scale level, based on public service classification and norms;
(3)  Level 1 assistant to the assistant returning officer:
Hourly remuneration equivalent to the hourly remuneration of an administration technician, entry class grade 10, based on public service classification and norms;
(4)  Level 2 assistant to the assistant returning officer:
Hourly remuneration equivalent to the hourly remuneration of an office clerk, entry class grade 7, based on public service classification and norms;
(5)  Level 1 aide to the returning officer:
Hourly remuneration equivalent to the hourly remuneration of an office clerk, entry class grade 7, based on public service classification and norms;
(6)  Level 2 aide to the returning officer:
Hourly remuneration equivalent to the hourly remuneration of an office clerk, entry class grade 2, based on public service classification and norms;
(7)  Level 3 aide to the returning officer:
Hourly remuneration equivalent to the hourly remuneration of an office clerk, entry class grade 1, based on public service classification and norms;
(8)  Enumerator:
Hourly remuneration equivalent to the hourly remuneration of an office clerk, entry class grade 1, based on public service classification and norms;
(9)  Revisor on a board of revisors:
Hourly remuneration equivalent to the hourly remuneration of an office clerk, entry class grade 3, based on public service classification and norms;
(10)  Secretary of a board of revisors:
Hourly remuneration equivalent to the hourly remuneration of an office clerk, entry class grade 2, based on public service classification and norms;
(11)  Revising officer:
Hourly remuneration equivalent to the hourly remuneration of an office clerk, entry class grade 1, based on public service classification and norms;
(12)  Deputy returning officer:
Hourly remuneration equivalent to the hourly remuneration of an office clerk, entry class grade 1, based on public service classification and norms;
(13)  Poll clerk:
Hourly remuneration equivalent to 90% of the hourly remuneration of the deputy returning officer;
(14)  Officer assigned to the list of electors:
Hourly remuneration equivalent to 90% of the hourly remuneration of the poll clerk;
(15)  Officer in charge of information and order:
Hourly remuneration equivalent to the hourly remuneration of an office clerk, entry class grade 2, based on public service classification and norms;
(16)  Aide to the officer in charge of information and order:
Hourly remuneration equivalent to 85% of the hourly remuneration of the officer in charge of information and order;
(17)  Chair and members of the identity verification panel:
Hourly remuneration equivalent to 90% of the hourly remuneration of the poll clerk.
The remuneration provided for in the first paragraph may not be increased retroactively by reason of a provision in a law or a clause in a collective agreement that applies to public service personnel.
O.C. 771-2006, s. 2.
3. Election officers who perform more that one of the functions listed in section 2 are entitled only to the highest remunerations of the fonction.
O.C. 771-2006, s. 3.
DIVISION III
EXPENSES
4. Hourly remuneration corresponding to the hourly remuneration of the position they hold is paid to election officers when they attend a training meeting convened by the returning officer or under the returning officer’s authority.
That remuneration is not paid if an election officer fails to attend on the days provided for by the Act for the carrying out of the duties.
O.C. 771-2006, s. 4.
5. Hourly remuneration corresponding to the hourly remuneration of the position held is paid to election officers authorized to return the ballot boxes for the advance polling and polling day.
O.C. 771-2006, s. 5.
6. Hourly remuneration corresponding to the hourly remuneration of the position held is paid to election officers authorized for the counting of the votes of the advance polling and the voting by mail for electors outside Québec and inmates.
O.C. 771-2006, s. 6.
7. Returning officers and assistant returning officers who must travel to perform their duties are entitled to be reimbursed for their travel expenses in accordance with the Directive sur les frais remboursables lors d’un déplacement et autres frais inhérents (C.T. 194603) on presentation of the vouchers required under the directive.
Other election officers who must travel to perform their duties are entitled to be reimbursed for their expenses for the distance in kilometres at the rate in the Directive sur les frais remboursables lors d’un déplacement at autres frais inhérents, on presentation of the vouchers required under the directive. Travel expenses paid by election officers to go to and return from work, and meal expenses, are not reimbursed.
O.C. 771-2006, s. 7.
DIVISION IV
INCREASE IN THE TARIFF
8. The chief electoral officer may, during an election period, increase the amounts set by this Regulation. The additional expenses resulting from the increase may not exceed $2,000,000.
O.C. 771-2006, s. 8.
DIVISION V
FINAL
9. This Regulation replaces the Regulation respecting the tariff of remuneration and expenses of election officers (O.C. 499-2001, 01-05-02).
O.C. 771-2006, s. 9.
10. (Omitted).
O.C. 771-2006, s. 10.
REFERENCES
O.C. 771-2006, 2006 G.O. 2, 2992