The City Secretary's Office is seeking an energetic, highly motivated and organized individual to perform time sensitive administrative and fiscal management support where accuracy is of primary importance. The individual will exercise a considerable amount of decision making authority and must be able to work independently with minimum supervision and confidently interact with all levels of City staff, Mayor and Council, and the general public. Individual will be required to provide support to the City Council during evening Council meetings on a rotational basis with other staff.
The primary functions of this position will be to perform the following duties: Work under strict deadlines to ensure timely posting of meeting agendas to the City's website and to the City's official bulletin board. Accurately review, verify and perform quality control of ordinances for publication within established procedures and deadlines. Process approved ordinances, resolutions, and contracts and upload various documents to the Laserfiche Document Imaging System. Individual will provide backup support for ordering office supplies and creating purchasing orders as needed, and time keeping.
Associate Degree from an accredited college with major course work in Business Management, Public Administration, Business Administration or related field and four years of clerical and administrative experience or a High School Diploma / GED and 8 years of job related clerical and administrative experience. Preference will be given to those with a Bachelor Degree.
Microsoft Word, Excel, Access and Outlook skills required.
Individual will be required to become proficient in the use of Granicus video streaming software that is used during various meetings of the City Council, ERP HR/Payroll/Financial System, BUYSPEED software, and Laserfiche Document Imaging software.
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