Provides specialized administrative support for bureau, programs, committees, and affiliations.
One (1) year of general office skills.
Upon hire, a two-step Tuberculosis skin test will be required. The first will need to be placed prior to starting employment.
- Provides specialized administrative and clerical support and assistance for assigned programs.
- Ensures program records and information are maintained and stored per retention schedules and policies.
- Assists in researching, developing and preparing materials used for public education, presentations, and workshops.
- Processes purchase orders, maintains inventory, and assists with cash handling and deposit preparation as needed.
- Provides general information/assistance regarding department/division services, activities, locations, procedures, scheduling, timeframes, documentation, fees, or other issues.
- Distributes public health information as requested. Receives, distributes and routes incoming and outgoing mail.
- Types and proofreads documents, educational handouts, and makes appropriate corrections. Records meeting minutes and assists with follow up on committee/board members’ assignments and activities.
- Enters and collects data and assists in disease report preparation and distribution.
- May process and issue certificates, and/or permits. Receives monies, records transactions, and issues receipts; forwards revenues and reconciles transactions according to policy and procedures.
An "At Will", FLSA non-exempt employee who is not eligible for County benefits and who must work an average of 29 hours or less per week or an average of 129 hours or less per month.
- Must work an average of 29 hours or less per week or an average of 129 hours or less per month.
- Are not eligible for County benefits except as otherwise provided for by policy.
- Are not considered merit employees.
- Are "at will" employees who may be terminated for any reason, without notice, and without a pre-termination hearing.