Precinct Inspector

Precinct Inspector

Contact Us
44405 Six Mile Road (corner of 6 Mile & Sheldon Road) Northville, MI 48168
8am - 4:30pm, Monday - Friday
248.348.5825

General Information

Clerk@twp.northvill.mi.us 

Marjorie Banner 

Clerk

mbanner@twp.northville.mi.us 

Katie Anderson 

Deputy Clerk

kanderson@twp.northville.mi.us

Melissa Jones

Voter Registration Official

Jodi Mitchell

Election Associate

Election Inspector Application

Election Inspector Information

Consider serving your community on Election Day!

The township is always accepting applications for voters interested in working as Election Inspectors.

Necessary Qualifications and Completing the Application:

  • You must be a United States citizen and registered to vote in Michigan
  • Must be able to retain and utilize information provided during training.
  • Work under the direct supervision of the Precinct Chairperson.
  • Proficient with computers.
  • Must indicate your political party affiliation on application. If you declare “independent” or “no party affiliation”,
    your application will be disqualified. (An equal number of inspectors from each major political party, as closely as possible, are appointed to each precinct.)

Training and Assignment Information:

  • Inspectors are assigned based on the type of election and number of inspectors needed to administer the election, and party preferences to balance each precinct.
  • State Election Law requires training of all inspectors which is offered prior to every election at township hall.

Pay Rates and Hours:

  • Chairperson - $210/day.
  • Co-Chairperson - $170/day
  • EPB Inspector $170/day
  • Pct. Inspector $150/day
  • Training $20/session
  • AV Inspectors $140/day
    (AV inspectors are sequestered at Township Hall and cannot leave the premises after reporting to work, until the close of polls and the completion of the counting board. Cell phone are prohibited as well. Presently, there is a waiting list to get on the AV Counting Board).

     
  • Workers are expected to arrive at their precincts by 6 a.m. and work until approximately 9 p.m. The Chairperson releases the Inspectors once all processing and clean-up is complete.
  • Lunch and dinner breaks are assigned by the Chairperson based on the needs and staffing levels of the precinct on Election Day. Lunch and dinner breaks may only be a ½ hour each if it is a busy election day.