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Community Development

Director

Executive Management

 

 

PURPOSE OF POSITION: 

Plan, direct and oversee the operations of the Community Development Department, including planning, code enforcement and building inspection activities, with accountability for results in terms of costs, personnel and methods. Supervise department personnel, directly and through subordinate supervisors, in the performance of their duties. Ensure open communication with public in matters of safety and concern related to departmental activities.

 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: 

Develop and implement departmental goals and objectives. Plan and develop programs, policies and procedures related to areas of responsibility based on analysis of City growth, workload, staffing levels, and related economic, regulatory and legislative influences to provide appropriate and effective services to the community.  Manage and evaluate work of subordinates, including supervisory personnel. Hear grievances and administer disciplinary action. Interview and effectively recommend hiring, disciplinary and termination actions. Ensure provision of adequate training within department.

 

Ensure proper receipt, review and processing of requests for annexation, conditional use permits, amendments to the Comprehensive Plan, building permits, etc. Conduct or oversee the conduct of long and short-term planning studies and analyses, and preparation of related reports. Develop recommendations and communicate information to the Planning Commission and City Council. 

 

Prepare initial department budget request and necessary justifications for presentation to budget committee. Manage and monitor approved department budget. Review and approve expenditures. Review progress and make necessary modifications.

 

Attend City Council, Planning Commission and various other meetings, providing input or other information and receiving direction or other information. Prepare and present reports, and recommend resolutions and ordinances for action by Council. Respond to inquiries and resolve complaints regarding department activities in person, over the telephone and through written correspondence. Attend various community group, professional and civic organization meetings to communicate City planning programs and policies. Follow all safety rules and procedures established for work areas.

 

JOB QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:

Mandatory Requirements: Broad knowledge of planning, community development and public/business administration. Considerable knowledge of land use planning issues, laws, and political processes involved with function. Knowledge of supervisory and personnel principles and practices. General computer literacy and knowledge of word processing software. Equivalent to a four year university education in urban planning, geography, design or related field and eight years planning experience including experience in a supervisory capacity, or any satisfactory combination of experience and training which demonstrates the knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the above duties.

 

Special Requirements/Licenses: Possession of valid Oregon driver's license (or ability to obtain).

 

Desirable Qualifications: Possession of Certified Planner designation. Completion of Master's program in planning field. Previous experience in a similar capacity.

 

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:  

Responsible for over 10 seldom over 25 FTE through subordinate supervisory personnel.

 

SUPERVISION RECEIVED: 

Works under the general direction of the City Administrator.

 

 

Planning Manager

Division Supervisor

 

 

PURPOSE OF POSITION: 

Plans, directs and reviews the activities and operations of the Planning Division within the Department of Community Development including, current planning applications and long range planning projects; coordinates assigned activities with other City departments and outside agencies; and provides highly responsible and complex administrative support to the Community Development Director.

 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: 

Oversees and directs the activities and programs associated with current and long range planning operations. Oversees and participates in the development of the Division's work plan; directs the work of the Division's planning team; assigns work activities, projects and programs; monitors work flow; reviews and evaluates work products, methods and procedures.

Coordinates Division activities with those of other departments and outside agencies and organizations; provides staff assistance to the Community Development Director, City Council, Planning Commission and other City commissions; prepares and presents staff reports and other necessary correspondence. When appropriate, attends and participates in professional groups and committees; represents the City at various governmental agency and commission meetings; attends and provides staff support and guidance on a variety of City committees, commissions and task teams. Attends and participates in professional career development and continuing education programs as appropriate. Directs the preparation of agenda items for the Planning Commission, and other committees, commissions and boards involved in land use and general planning activities.

Takes part in the development and administration of the Planning Division budget; assists in the forecast of funds needed for staffing, equipment, materials, and supplies; monitors expenditures.


Responsible for the selection, supervision and evaluation of assigned staff; assigns work and ensures appropriate training is provided; investigates complaints; recommends and administers disciplinary actions under the direction of the Community Development Director; handles sensitive personnel matters and assists the Director in the preparation of grievance responses; exercises full supervision over employees. Provides complex technical and administrative support to the Community Development Director, City Administrator, City Council, and Planning Commission on planning related matters; directs special projects and research as assigned.

 

Confers with engineers, developers, architects, attorneys, a variety of agencies and the general public in acquiring information and coordinating planning and zoning matters; evaluates and prepares recommendations regarding requests for proposals and the selection of consultants. Meets with individuals and community groups to explain City planning proposals and to advise individual property owners and community associations on planning programs; responds to and resolves difficult and sensitive citizen inquiries and complaints. Performs related duties as assigned.

 

JOB QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:

Mandatory Requirements: Broad knowledge of planning and land use principles and laws, environmental studies, urban design/architecture, geography, report preparation and presentation methods. Knowledge of word processing software used in report preparation. Familiarity with principles of supervision. Equivalent to a four year university education in planning, geography, design, or related field, and five years planning experience, or any satisfactory combination of experience and training which demonstrates the knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the above duties.

 

Special Requirements/Licenses: Possession of valid Oregon driverís license (or ability to obtain) and acceptable driving record.

Desirable Qualifications: 

Completion of Masters degree in Urban Planning or related field.  Previous Oregon municipal planning experience. Knowledge of specific word processing software used within the Department. Certified Planner designation from American Institute of Certified Planners. Familiarity with computer aided design software related to preparing maps and graphic presentation materials.

 

Knowledge of: 

         Modern and highly complex principles and practices of planning program development and administration.

         Principles and procedures involved in the management of a public organization, including familiarity with current literature, trends, and developments in planning.

         Organizational and management practices as applied to the analysis and evaluation of programs, policies and operational needs.

         Modern and complex principles and practices of urban planning program development and administration.

         Research methods and sources of information related to urban growth and development.

         Oregon statewide planning process.

         Pertinent Federal, State and local laws, codes and regulations.

         Municipal organization structure, functions, and programs.

         Principles and practices of organization, administration and personnel management.

         City organization goals and Council policies.

         Current social, political and economic trends and operations, and issues of a municipal government.

         Principles and practices of municipal government budget preparation and administration.

         Principles of supervision, training and performance evaluation.

 

 

SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED:
Receives general supervision from the Community Development Director. Exercises direct supervision over professional, technical and clerical staff.

 

 

Senior Planner

Division Supervisor

 

 

PURPOSE OF POSITION: 

Provide first-line supervision to employees involved in the current planning unit within the department. Provide technical information and interpret laws, ordinance, rules and regulations for land developers and the general public. Conduct research and prepare detailed analyses and recommendations for land use issues.

 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: 

Supervise employees in work activities involved in current planning, including instruction, assigning and reviewing work, scheduling projects, evaluating performance, taking and/or effectively recommending necessary personnel actions, and resolving employee complaints. 

 

Review and analyze development applications and plans. Prepare research reports, plans, maps and charts related to short- and long-range comprehensive planning, zoning, and community development. Prepare written and verbal evaluations of development proposals. Confer with developers and the public in both office and field locations. Make presentations to Planning Commission and City Council regarding plans and ordinance amendments, conditional uses, rezones, etc.

 

Provide general and technical information and interpret planning laws, ordinances and codes for land developers, general public, and other City staff. Obtain input from citizens and assess public opinion on planning matters. Administer zoning ordinances and make recommendations to Planning Director and/or Commission as appropriate.

 

Perform comprehensive planning activities by researching, collecting and evaluating data on topics such as housing, population, historic preservation, etc. Serve as staff to Planning Commission, represent the City at meetings of various other groups, committees, and commissions. 

 

JOB QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:

Mandatory Requirements: Broad knowledge of planning and land use principles and laws, environmental studies, urban design/architecture, geography, report preparation and presentation methods. Knowledge of word processing software used in report preparation. Familiarity with principles of supervision. Equivalent to a four year university education in planning, geography, design, or related field, and five years planning experience, or any satisfactory combination of experience and training which demonstrates the knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the above duties.

 

Special Requirements/Licenses: Possession of valid Oregon driverís license (or ability to obtain) and acceptable driving record.

 

Desirable Qualifications: Completion of Masters degree in Urban Planning or related field. Previous Oregon municipal planning experience. Knowledge of specific word processing software used within the Department. Certified Planner designation from American Institute of Certified Planners. Familiarity with computer aided design software related to preparing maps and graphic presentation materials.

 

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:  

Responsible for over 2, seldom over 6 FTE.

 

SUPERVISION RECEIVED: 

Works under the direction of the Community Development Director.

 

 

Administrative Assistant

Confidential

 

 

PURPOSE OF POSITION: 

Provide a variety of secretarial duties in support of the Community Development Director. Perform secretarial and administrative support to department divisions and personnel, including support to the Planning Commission and other citizen commissions and committees. Track department expenditures, staff time and time off. Research and compile information for administrative projects.

 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: 

Answer the telephone, determine nature of calls, route to appropriate person or department or take messages as necessary. Respond to non-technical planning and community development inquiries from the public, e.g. zoning information, home occupation permits, setback requirements, application processes, etc. As necessary, refer inquiries to appropriate department or staff.

 

Compose and type correspondence, rough drafts, reports, memos, ordinances, agendas, and other documents related to department personnel and issues. Prepare, develop and/or complete forms, questionnaires, reports, etc., used to convey information regarding department activities. Prepare and publish department newsletter.

 

Provide training, orientation and general oversight to newly assigned personnel and general support staff on department polices practices and procedures. Schedule and coordinate the content of routine staff meetings. Screen volunteers and other support personnel working within department. Make and record tentative appointments, screen calls, prepare schedules, secure and arrange material required by department personnel. As directed, contact various departments or outside persons and organizations on department's behalf to secure or relay information, make appointments, and follow up various administrative or other requests.

 

Identify appropriate recipients of land-use notification documents. Prepare and distribute Planning Commission meeting notices, agendas and packets. Attend meetings as required to prepare meeting room and materials, and to take and/or record minutes. Transcribe into prescribed format and distribute minutes. Update and post information on the departmentís website. Prepare land-use application records as needed.

 

Establish and maintain files, records and suspense items to ensure easy retrieval, safety and integrity in accordance with City retention guidelines. Complete forms and prepare reports related to schedules, department activities, employee time and accrual records, etc. Develop and recommend improved office procedures. 

 

Provide support to various community involvement committees, including such tasks as scheduling meetings, securing space, preparing and distributing agendas and information packets, set up meeting space, and may attend and take minutes of meetings. Follow all safety rules and procedures established for work areas.

 

AUXILIARY JOB FUNCTIONS: 

Provide support to other departmental support staff as workload or staffing levels dictate. Maintain proficiency by attending training conferences and meetings, reading materials, and meeting with others in areas of responsibility. Maintain work areas in a clean and orderly manner.

 

JOB QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:

MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS: Advanced knowledge of secretarial principles, practices and techniques, including records maintenance, word processing, spreadsheet and email/scheduling software, financial and statistical recordkeeping, business English, grammar, punctuation, spelling, administrative research, report writing, municipal departmental functions, and public relations techniques. Knowledge of standard office equipment. Equivalent to high school education plus additional specialized training and four years secretarial experience, or any satisfactory combination of experience and training, which demonstrates the knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the above duties.

 

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS/LICENSES: Possession of valid Oregon driverís license (or ability to obtain) and acceptable driving record.

 

DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS: Previous experience within a similar department. Knowledge of specific word processing software utilized within the department. Knowledge of City's codes and ordinances related to departmental activities.

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS OF POSITION: 

This position has an overall job strength rating as light. As such, the employee is:

         occasionally asked to stand, most often not more than 1-2 hours cumulative per day on carpeted floors;

         spends up to 6.5-7 hours sitting per day in adjustable office ergonomic chair in which the position can be varied at will and alternated with standing and walking;

         infrequently asked to drive, most often only for out-of-office meetings whereby employee operates personal vehicle (infrequent driving time can vary between 15 minutes to 6.5 hours);

         able to change work position at will, take short standing/walking breaks as needed, and/or alternate job tasks for position variance;

         required to walk, generally within immediate office environment, mostly on carpeted surface, and can occur off and on throughout a work day, with short distances within 500 feet;

         frequently required to carry office items, supplies and/or files of up to 5 pounds and infrequently carry up to 20 pounds within the office distance of 500 feet;

         frequently required to lift/lower such office items as files of up to 5 pounds, usually between floor to shoulder height, and infrequently to occasionally lift/lower items up to 20 pounds, usually between floor to waist height;

         infrequently required to occasionally push/pull up to 20 pounds of force using rolling cart or dolly, usually within office environment and/or to personal vehicle, with lesser occasionally to frequently push/pull force to open/close file drawers;

         usually not required to bend from waist or knees;

         usually not required to twist;

         occasionally to frequently required to forward reach for supplies, desk items and filing, but infrequently required to reach overhead for office/mailing supplies, yet can use a step stool;

         frequently to continuously required to use computer, mouse, phone and other office work tasks; occasionally required to grasp or grip with hands, especially for carrying, using mostly light force;

         occasionally required to write and perform other tasks by using fingers to exert force;

         not required to climb stairs if elevator is used;

         not required to balance;

         not required to kneel, but may occur by worker choice when obtaining office items from low shelf heights;

         not required to crouch, but may occur as part of body mechanics handling/lifting;

         not required to crawl;

         required to use sensory functions as follows:

1.        occasional to frequent use of speaking for office/phone verbal communications;

2.        occasional to frequent hearing for general work communications;

3.        frequent to continuous seeing for all work activities;

4.        occasional writing;

5.        depth perception not required; and

6.        color vision not required.

 

WORKING CONDITIONS: 

Usual office working conditions. The noise level in the work environment is typical of most office environments. Will require attendance at one or more night meetings each month as a minute taker outside of the normal work schedule.

 

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:  

Supervision is not a typical function assigned to this position. May provide training, orientation and general oversight to newly assigned personnel and general support staff on department polices practices and procedures.

 

SUPERVISION RECEIVED: 

Works under the direction of the Community Development Director.

 

 

Housing Program Specialist

IBEW Clerical/Technical

 

 

PURPOSE OF POSITION: 

Perform responsible administrative work involving program development, evaluation, research, public information, and management assistance functions for the Housing Program. Work under the general direction of the Community Development Director and in collaboration with the Ashland Housing Commission to perform skilled work aimed at addressing the variety of needs for housing in Ashland.

 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Plan, organize, coordinate and implement the priority items described in the City of Ashlandís Housing Action Plan, which includes, but is not limited to: researching, compiling and creating the framework for a Housing Trust fund; and identifying and recommending long-term funding sources for the Housing Trust Fund. 

 

Work with Management Analyst to create and develop a housing public awareness and education campaign for implementation by the Housing Commission. Develop public service announcements, program brochures, flyers, fact sheets and cover letters to disseminate public information on the Housing Program.  Identify needed resources, describe phases and develop performance measures for campaignís success.

 

Provide program and policy recommendations to help clarify and help develop administrative procedures and practices related to the Cityís housing programs to assure these programs are meeting identified needs and City Council Goals. Participate in strategic planning for assisted and affordable housing programs.

 

Administer the Cityís Community Development Block Grant program to ensure compliance with HUD regulations for services to low and moderate-income households. Maintain awareness of new HUD policies and regulations, maintain required data, and prepare required reports. Maintain communications with regional HUD staff and CDBG sub-recipients. Conduct contract monitoring site visits in accordance with HUD regulations.

 

Negotiate and develop contracts and amendments to reflect City policies on housing. Review contract requirements and verify the delivery of services or housing is in compliance with contract terms.

 

Conduct studies and collect data to determine the availability of resources for funding current or new programs.  Respond to Council requests for information by submitting written reports or making oral presentations. 

Work in collaboration with the Planning and Legal Departments to research and develop standardized legal documents to record long-term and perpetual affordability requirements. Standardized documents shall be produced for rental and ownership housing projects that are subject to long-term affordability requirements.

 

Demonstrate a continuous effort to improve operations, streamline work processes, and work cooperatively and jointly to provide quality seamless customer service.

 

AUXILIARY JOB FUNCTIONS: 

Develop, recommend, research and evaluate programs, goals, policies and procedures. Prepare and submit annual grant applications for various federal, state and local assistance programs; research new funding opportunities, and comply with auditing and record keeping requirements. Make presentations at City Council meetings and various public forums when necessary to communicate program objectives and goals. 

 

JOB QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:

MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's Degree in Housing, Geography, Urban Planning, Public Administration, Business Administration or related field. Two years experience in housing, property management, social services, planning and/or community development. Ability to organize tasks, create program delivery and educational tools, and establish priorities based on the needs of the community and tasks described in the Housing Action Plan. Must have the ability to identify, interpret, and focus on problems and conditions and find effective solutions to these problems or improve conditions. The Housing Program Specialist is expected to identify policies and programs and make recommendations to improve administrative efficiency and performance. Must be able to develop and follow procedures, coordinate detailed assignments, prioritize daily tasks, and meet management deadlines.  

 

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS/LICENSES: Must possess or be able to obtain a valid Oregon Driverís License with acceptable driving record. Ability to attend night meetings as required.  

 

DESIRABLE REQUIREMENTS: Knowledge of Oregon land use processes, federal housing and community development programs and regulations. 

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS OF POSITION: 

While performing the duties of this position, the employee is frequently required to read, stand, sit, communicate, reach and manipulate objects, tools or controls. The position requires a moderate degree of mobility. Duties involve moving materials weighing up to 10 pounds on a regular basis such as files, books, office equipment, etc. Manual dexterity and coordination are required over 50% of the work period while operating equipment such as computer keyboard and/or a motorized vehicle.

 

WORKING CONDITIONS: 

Work will be performed primarily in an office environment. The noise level in the work environment is typical of most office environments. Approximately 30% of the work will take place outside the office to make presentations, attend meetings or perform work in a field setting. Field conditions may include job site and weather hazards not typical of an office environment.

 

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:  

Supervision is not a typical function assigned to this position. May provide training and orientation to newly assigned personnel or community members on the department policies, practices and programs.

 

SUPERVISION RECEIVED: 

Work under the general supervision of the Community Development Director.

 

 

Associate Planner

IBEW Clerical Technical Union

 

 

PURPOSE OF POSITION: 

Perform advanced technical activities in support of land use planning, zoning and subdivision of lands.  Provide technical staff support to various committees and commissions. May conduct evaluations of Comprehensive Plan and implementing ordinances for compliance with statewide regulations. Draft policies and regulations.

 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: 

Research and prepare reports, plans, maps and charts related to zoning, permits and community development. Draft new or amended land use ordinances. Make presentations to Commissions and Committees regarding plans, ordinance amendments, conditional uses, rezones, etc.

 

Conduct site inspections for pre-application conferences and assure compliance with conditions of approval and City ordinances.

 

Perform pre-application reviews which include assisting in the completion of applications in areas including site-review, subdivisions, conditional uses, variances, minor land partitions, lot line adjustments and land rezoning. Conduct pre-application conferences as scheduled.

 

Provide general and technical information and interpret planning laws, ordinances and codes for developers, lenders, community organizations, general public and other City staff in both office and field locations. Receive input from citizens and assess public opinion on planning matters.

 

Serve as technical staff support to various citizen committees, e.g. Affordable Housing Commission, Historic Commission, Planning Commission, Tree Commission, etc. Conduct necessary research and prepare documents, plans and reports as required. May monitor Community Development Block Grant expenditures and prepare specific plans for CDBG funded projects.

 

Conduct plan checks on building permits.

 

JOB QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:

Mandatory Requirements: Bachelorís degree in planning, geography, urban design/architecture or related fields plus two years planning experience with a public agency or any satisfactory combination of experience and training which demonstrates the knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the duties of the position. Knowledge of urban planning and land use laws, environmental studies, urban design/architecture, geography, research and statistical methods, report preparation and presentation methods. Knowledge of word processing software.

 

Special Requirements/Licenses: Possession of valid Oregon driverís license (or ability to obtain) and acceptable driving record.

 

Desirable Qualifications: Previous planning experience in an Oregon municipality. Knowledge of specific word processing software used within the Department.  AICP certification.

 

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:  

Supervision is not a typical function assigned to this position. May provide training and orientation to newly assigned personnel on department polices and practices.

 

SUPERVISION RECEIVED: 

Works under the direction of the Senior Planner and Community Development Director.

 

 

Assistant Planner

IBEW Clerical Technical Union

 

 

PURPOSE OF POSITION: 

Perform entry-level activities in support of departmental functions. Respond to inquiries from the public. Conduct preliminary studies and research and prepare draft policies and draft regulations for review by others. Serve in support capacity to senior professional staff. May provide staff support to various committees and commissions and attend planning meetings.

 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: 

Research and prepare reports, plans, maps and charts related to zoning, permits and community development. Provide support to Commissions and Committees regarding plans, ordinance amendments, conditional uses, rezones, etc., as may be assigned.

 

Assist with pre-application conferences and reviews in areas including site-review, subdivisions, conditional uses, variances, minor land partitions, lot line adjustments and land re-zonings. Attend pre-application conferences as assigned.

 

Provide general and preliminary information regarding planning laws, ordinances and codes for developers, lenders, community organizations, general public and other City staff in both office and field locations. Receive input from citizens and assess public opinion on planning matters.

 

May conduct plan checks on building permits.

 

JOB QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:

Mandatory Requirements: Bachelorís degree in planning, geography, urban design/architecture or related fields, or any satisfactory combination of experience and training which demonstrates the knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the duties of the position. Knowledge of urban planning and land use laws, environmental studies, urban design/architecture, geography, research and statistical methods, report preparation and presentation methods. Knowledge of word processing software.

 

Special Requirements/Licenses: Possession of Oregon driverís license (or ability to obtain) and acceptable driving record.

 

Desirable Requirements: Previous planning experience in an Oregon municipality. Knowledge of specific word processing software used within the Department. 

 

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:  

Supervision is not a typical function assigned to this position. May provide training and orientation to newly assigned personnel on department polices and practices.

 

SUPERVISION RECEIVED: 

Works under the direction of the Senior Planner.

 

 

Account Clerk I (Permit Clerk)

IBEW Clerical Technical Union

 

 

PURPOSE OF POSITION: 

Perform a variety of administrative and clerical tasks in support of department activities such as answering telephones, responding to inquiries from the public, composing and typing documents, scheduling appointments and preparing public notices.

 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: 

Answer the telephone, determine nature of call, route to appropriate person or department or take messages as necessary. Greet visitors to the department in professional, business-like manner, referring to other persons or departments, as appropriate. Take detailed messages.

 

Respond to general questions, concerns and complaints received from the public both in person and over the telephone, which relate to department functions.

 

Schedule appointments, inspections, pre-application conferences, etc., and notify appropriate personnel of actions. Follow status of inspections, maintain communication with inspectors. Review and/or enter completed inspections into computer.

 

Type a variety of documents, e.g. minutes, lists, letters, forms, memos, reports, statistical information, etc., from rough drafts and verbal instruction. Research and compile information, as necessary. Compose routine correspondence and reports pertaining to Department.

 

Receive building and pre-permit applications for log-in, file generation, distribution and scheduling. File building permits and data for planning files.  Issue building permits. Enter various types of information into computer; maintain a variety of hard copy and computer files and records; prepare information packets and photocopy documents; send facsimile transmissions; prepare outgoing mail; etc.

 

Price, order and purchase office supplies and special publications, receive and distribute. Notarize documents, as required. Attend and take minutes of commissions/committees related to department activities and prepare monthly packets. Generate agenda and provide other assistance to commission/committee, as required.

 

JOB QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:

Mandatory Requirements: High school education or equivalent plus one-year office experience and knowledge of office practices, procedures and office equipment operation, including computers and word processing software. Competency in arithmetic, spelling, English and grammar.

 

Special Requirements/Licenses: Possession of valid Oregon driverís license (or ability to obtain) and acceptable driving record.

 

Desirable Qualifications: Notary Public. Specific training in standard office software (MS Word, Ecxel, Publisher, Pagemaker, Access, etc.) Previous work experience which provides familiarity with departmental terms and procedures, particularly in a municipal government setting.

 

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:  

Supervision is not a typical function assigned to this position. May provide training and orientation to newly assigned personnel on department policies and practices.

 

SUPERVISION RECEIVED: 

Receives direction from assigned supervisor(s) within the department.

 

 

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