(AU4) $23.46 - $35.11 an hour     $48,796.80 - $73,028.80 a year|
Temporary Position: 179 days.
JOB PURPOSE: The selected candidate will perform various administrative and secretarial tasks of considerable difficulty independently, or with little direction, in support of a department head or executive staff.
- Schedules and coordinates meetings, conferences, and appointments; greets visitors; may
arrange tours, proclamation photos and coordinate meetings, luncheons, and press conferences; makes necessary inquiries and contacts to establish meeting times, dates, and locations and reserve space; maintains calendar of activities for superiors; adjusts schedules to accommodate new or revised commitments and priorities; notifies other parties of schedule changes and re-schedules as appropriate; coordinates travel of superiors to include making transportation and lodging arrangements, acquiring information, and processing payments.
- Relieves superiors of many administrative details in matters not requiring policy decisions; advises superiors of items requiring immediate attention; provides information to other employees and the public concerning establish city policies and procedures; receives complaints from the public; responds to or refers complaints to appropriate respondent; participates in information searches and compiles data on projects.
- Takes and transcribes dictation; operates personal computer or typewriter to produce and revise documents as dictated and from rough draft; transcribes materials from recording media; reviews and corrects materials to ensure proper grammar and punctuation, improve clarity, and eliminate inaccuracies; proofreads own work products; composes correspondence independently or from general instructions. Screens and routes telephone calls and visitors; opens and distributes mail; establishes and maintains files, controls logs, and other office records.
- Attends high level meetings and conferences as recording secretary; serves as administrative and/or recording secretary for major governing boards.
- Arranges travel for all department staff traveling on city business; processes purchase orders and invoices for travel related expenses and reimbursements.
- Establishes and maintains filing systems for various important, confidential, and sensitive records and documents.
- Reviews Customer Service Center requests received by department and ensures that messages are answered in a timely manner; trains and assists other Customer Service Center users as needed.
- Orders supplies; processes purchase requisitions for supplies and payments to vendors; operates and performs minor maintenance on office machinery and equipment such as typewriters and copiers.
- Performs related work as required.
DESIRED KNOWLEDGES, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:
Extensive knowledge of: business English; rules and accepted practices of grammar and composition.
Considerable knowledge of: standard office practices, equipment usage, and procedures.
Ability to acquire working knowledge of: rules, regulations, procedures, and functions of assigned areas and make decisions in accordance with same; administrative procedures and policies of assigned areas.
Ability to: establish, coordinate, and maintain schedules and calendars of activities;type proficiently; take and transcribe dictation proficiently, using any method of speedwriting or shorthand; operate a personal computer; compose, edit, and correct draft correspondence and reports; understand and follow complex oral and written instructions;maintain files and records and prepare reports; lead and train clerical personnel; establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees, municipal and other departments.
SUGGESTED MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
Graduation from an accredited high school and three (3) years of secretarial experience; or one (1) year of experience as a personal secretary to a managerial employee; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.
EXAMINATION: Evaluation of training and experience. Drug testing is included in all pre-employment processing.
CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: To be considered for this position, applications must be received or postmarked by the closing date of April 15, 2014. Applications received or postmarked after the closing date will not be processed.
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Note: Applications must be received or postmarked by the
closing date. Applications received or postmarked after
4/15/2014 will not be processed.