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

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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.