Career Opportunities

Agency Clerk

$71,855 - $102,650 annually
4/10 work schedule

Deadline to apply
5:00 pm, Thursday, May 3, 2018

The Position

The California JPIA is recruiting for an exceptional individual for the position of Agency Clerk.  The Agency Clerk performs professional, technical, and administrative functions that require a high degree of discretion and independent judgment in support of the Chief Executive Officer and Administrative Programs Manager. 

Position Summary

The Agency Clerk manages the administration of the agenda review process and preparation of agendas, attendance at meetings, and preparation of minutes for the Authority’s governing bodies and committees; prepares a wide variety of correspondence, memoranda, legal documents, resolutions, committee reports, and other items on behalf of the Chief Executive Officer and Administrative Programs Manager.  Additionally, the Agency Clerk manages the Authority’s document and records management program; analyzes legislation; administers and enforces applicable laws pertaining to the Ralph M. Brown Act and other Open Meeting requirements; responds to public records requests in compliance with the Public Records Act; and serves as Filing Officer for the Authority’s Statements of Economic Interests. 

The Agency Clerk is a dynamic, responsive leader with demonstrated skills including: maintaining and exhibiting discretion, honesty, and integrity when handling sensitive situations; exercising exemplary leadership skills to handle sensitive situations with tact and diplomacy; adaptability, creativity, and flexibility to adjust quickly to changing priorities; and knowledge and judgment to anticipate needs of others and tactfully guide toward quality outcomes.

Experience and Education

Any equivalent combination of training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities could be considered qualifying.  A typical way would be a bachelor’s degree in public administration, business administration, or a closely related field; four years of increasingly responsible analytical and administrative experience in a City Clerk’s Department or similar organization, and designation as a Certified Municipal Clerk.

Application Process

Click here to submit the following application materials to Tammie Haller, Administrative Programs Manager, by May 3, 2018:

• Application

• Resume

• Supplemental Questionnaire

Following the filing date, resumes. applications, and supplemental questionnaires will be screened in relation to the criteria outlined in the job announcement and job function analysis.  Candidates deemed to have the most relevant qualifications will proceed with the selection process.

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