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Part-time Assistant Court Clerk

City of Florissant

FLORISSANT, MO
17 days ago
FLORISSANT, MO
17 days ago

Description

Part-time position, not to exceed 29 hours weekly

Rate: $12.00 hourly


General Purpose of Position

Performs a wide variety of routine clerical and administrative support work for the Municipal Court

Major Duties and Responsibilities

Provides support for Municipal Court criminal proceedings

  • Assists in administering criminal proceedings and docketing
  • Assists in the coordination of court matters with defendants, defense counsel,, jail, alcohol agencies and other levels of the criminal justice administration system
  • Prepares court dockets and files
  • Initiates related paperwork as needed by defendants to facilitate their response to a citation or complaint
  • Prepares files for court use; processes timely notices to defendants of trials and hearings
  • Responds to requests from Municipal Judge and others for assistance and information
  • Manages and coordinates as many as nine dockets per month

Provides clerical support for Municipal Court

  • Prepares correspondence and maintains records
  • Receipts, deposits and accounts for monies for fines, forfeitures and other court receipts
  • Receives, logs and indexes incoming filings, citations and complaints
  • Receipts bail, fines and penalties
  • Performs failure to pay, failure to comply and failure to appear notices
  • Constructs new case files, filing and retrieving documents as necessary
  • Prepares and maintains appropriate calendars; sets up court hearings
  • Maintains records and monitors flow of Mobile Ticketing
  • Responds to counter, telephone, and written inquiries

Provides support for Public interactions with Municipal Court

  • Help with public needs as they approach window
  • Find and explain tickets and applicable fines
  • Establish payment plans for those unable to pay fines, costs, etc.
  • Utilize telephone system to aid Public and direct to appropriate extensions
  • Performs other duties as directed

Requirements

Education and Experience

The person in this position must have a high school diploma or its equivalent with specialized course work in office practices such as typing and filing, and two years prior work experience in clerical, secretarial, paralegal or administrative work, or any equivalent combination of education and experience. Ability to effectively meet and deal with the public; ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing; ability to handle stressful situations is vital for this position.

Licenses and Certifications

A valid driver's license is required

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Knowledge

Municipal Court processes and procedures

Departmental policies, rules and regulations

Basic understanding of city and state laws, codes, and ordinances

Specialized computer software systems related to municipal court and law enforcement

General office and filing practices and procedures

General accounting principles

Proper grammar and the use of English in speaking and writing

Computer operations and applications, including word processing and spreadsheets

Federal and state statutes concerning the work of the department

Mathematical skills, including addition, subtraction, division and multiplication

General functions and operations of municipal government

Use of the Regional Justice Court System

Skills and Abilities

Manage attorney requests and other information

Answer questions about rights, ordinances, and court procedures

Maintain records file management system, both on paper and electronically

Explain complex concepts in layman's terms

Organizational skills

Use various pieces of office equipment, including typewriters, photocopiers and facsimile machine

Accurate typing and data entry using a personal computer

Accurately handle and officially record fines and court costs

Use a multi-line telephone system to answer and transfer calls

Maintain confidentiality

Proofread reports accurately

Use various types of office software, including word processing and spreadsheets

Pay attention to detail

Use a 10-key adding machine or calculator

Complete detailed work accurately

Work effectively with a wide range of people

Meet specified deadlines

Prioritize daily work flow

Work as a team member with other employees

Communicate effectively with others, both orally and in writing

Deal with others in a professional manner

Use common sense

Demonstrate good judgment and courtesy in communications

Work autonomously when necessary

Handle multiple tasks simultaneously with frequent interruptions

Institute and maintain modern office practices to ensure complete and accurate official records

Maintain professional composure in heated situations

Implement and follow departmental and City policies and procedures


Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disabled/Veteran

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Court Clerk II

City of University City

University City, MO
30+ days ago
University City, MO
30+ days ago

FLSA Status: Non- Exempt

Job Purpose:

The purpose of this position is to perform a variety of administrative duties to facilitate and support the daily operations of the Municipal Court. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to processing and maintaining various court documents, files, and indexes; collecting and processing fines; issuing notices; attending evening court sessions; issuing or cancelling warrants; responding to inquiries over the phone and in person; completing continuing education programs; processing mail; and receiving, processing, and balancing court monies. The Court Clerk performs a variety of duties in accordance to an established set of policies and procedures and reports to the Court Administrator.

Essential Functions

  • Processes and maintains case files accurately for scheduled court dockets.
  • Verifies all tickets have correct ordinance code and enters ticket data onto appropriate dockets.
  • Processes requests for continuance.
  • Prepares and maintains various court records, files, and indexes.
  • Collects fines, provides receipts, and processes payments.
  • Processes disposition cases.
  • Cancels and issues warrants.
  • Mails a variety of notices to notify interested and concerned parties regarding court dates, fines, fees, etc.
  • Works closely with the Police Department, Municipal Prosecutor, the Prosecutor's Clerk, and outside Attorneys on a daily basis to ensure accurate and complete information is available to the Judge for court proceedings.
  • Attends evening court sessions.
  • Enters and retrieves data through an automated court information system.
  • Responds to questions and requests from the public and attorneys in person and over the phone.
  • Attends training and continuing education programs/seminars.
  • Processes mail on a daily basis and applies funds/correspondence to the appropriate court document.
  • Ensures defendant monies are applied correctly to each case.
  • Balances cash drawer at the end of each day.
  • Performs follow-up work subsequent to court sessions.
  • Performs other duties as required/assigned.

Qualifications:

  • A High School diploma or equivalent certification.
  • Two years of experience in court clerical, paralegal, or administrative work.
  • Knowledge of court operations, procedures, legal documents, laws/ordinances, judicial rules, and orders.
  • Knowledge of, and experience with, computer software applications, including Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint)
  • Experience using a 10-key adding machine or calculator
  • Customer service skills are essential.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Ability to multitask is essential.
  • Excellent organization skills.
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Court Clerk II

City of University City

University City, MO
25 days ago
University City, MO
25 days ago

FLSA Status: Non- Exempt

Job Purpose:

The purpose of this position is to perform a variety of administrative duties to facilitate and support the daily operations of the Municipal Court. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to processing and maintaining various court documents, files, and indexes; collecting and processing fines; issuing notices; attending evening court sessions; issuing or cancelling warrants; responding to inquiries over the phone and in person; completing continuing education programs; processing mail; and receiving, processing, and balancing court monies. The Court Clerk performs a variety of duties in accordance to an established set of policies and procedures and reports to the Court Administrator.

Essential Functions

  • Processes and maintains case files accurately for scheduled court dockets.
  • Verifies all tickets have correct ordinance code and enters ticket data onto appropriate dockets.
  • Processes requests for continuance.
  • Prepares and maintains various court records, files, and indexes.
  • Collects fines, provides receipts, and processes payments.
  • Processes disposition cases.
  • Cancels and issues warrants.
  • Mails a variety of notices to notify interested and concerned parties regarding court dates, fines, fees, etc.
  • Works closely with the Police Department, Municipal Prosecutor, the Prosecutor's Clerk, and outside Attorneys on a daily basis to ensure accurate and complete information is available to the Judge for court proceedings.
  • Attends evening court sessions.
  • Enters and retrieves data through an automated court information system.
  • Responds to questions and requests from the public and attorneys in person and over the phone.
  • Attends training and continuing education programs/seminars.
  • Processes mail on a daily basis and applies funds/correspondence to the appropriate court document.
  • Ensures defendant monies are applied correctly to each case.
  • Balances cash drawer at the end of each day.
  • Performs follow-up work subsequent to court sessions.
  • Performs other duties as required/assigned.

Qualifications:

  • A High School diploma or equivalent certification.
  • Two years of experience in court clerical, paralegal, or administrative work.
  • Knowledge of court operations, procedures, legal documents, laws/ordinances, judicial rules, and orders.
  • Knowledge of, and experience with, computer software applications, including Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint)
  • Experience using a 10-key adding machine or calculator
  • Customer service skills are essential.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Ability to multitask is essential.
  • Excellent organization skills.
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Picker - Operations Team Member - New Town

TKC Holdings

ST. CHARLES, MO
30+ days ago
ST. CHARLES, MO
30+ days ago
$13.00 per hour

Are you looking for a career with premium benefits and the potential for growth? ​

At TKC Holdings, we’ve created something special, a better place to work and grow.  Many employees start just expecting a paycheck but end up with a rewarding career.  We provide exceptional training and a clear career path. ​


Responsible for accurate pulling, staging, shipping and receiving of freight and local delivery orders of Keefe Group, while maintaining a productive level of performance; Maintaining warehouse cleanliness and a safe inventory level.


  • High school diploma or general education degree (GED); or one to three months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Must work well with others in an ever-changing work environment
  • Warehouse experience a plus but not necessary
  • Must obtain forklift certification
  • Picking/Packing Experience preferred 
  • Shipping or Receiving experience preferred
  • Ability to qualify for correctional facility security clearance
  • Ability to pass pre-employment (post offer) Company or Facility background check and drug screening

TKC Holdings, Inc. offers comprehensive benefits to all regular-full time employees.  TKC offers a variety of medical plans with prescription coverage, vision, dental, life insurance, short term and long term disability and many more benefits that can be selected to create the right package for you.  TKC also understands the importance of work life balance and planning for the future.  To help with both of these, employees are eligible for paid time off and a Company Match for the 401(k) Retirement Savings Plan.


We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.

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Licensing Specialist

Hicuity Health

St. Louis, MO
19 days ago
St. Louis, MO
19 days ago

Hicuity Health, the leading high acuity telemedicine provider in the United States, is seeking a highly motivated and talented individual to join our team of high performing Licensing professionals as the Licensing Specialist in the Medical Staff Services Department. This position is responsible for ensuring applications are processed in accordance with established policies, rules and regulations, bylaws and regulatory governmental standards thereby ensuring that only qualified practitioners provide care at Hicuity Health. This individual will work from our office in St. Louis, MO.

Hicuity Health® is the nation’s leading provider of high acuity telehealth services, contracted to provide care to more than 100 hospitals in 27 states on a 24 x 7 x 365 basis. We are an organization that rewards creativity, collaboration, innovation and results. For more information, visit http://www.hicuityhealth.com/.


Key responsibilities for this position include:

 

  • End-to-end ownership of the clinician licensing process including, monitoring compliance requirements, coordinating with clinicians on their applications, and timely support of state license board requirements and supporting follow-up,
  • Correspond and follow-up with clinicians, other organizational stakeholders and state licensing boards regarding the status of applications.
  • Responsible for the accuracy and integrity of the licensing and credentialing database.
  • Demonstrate strong commitment to stakeholder relationship by taking ownership of issues and facilitating effective outcomes in timely manner. Willing to support ad-hoc projects from time to time.

Requirements for this position are:

 

  • Bachelor's degree in business or related field preferred 
  • Associate's degree and 3 years' of relevant work experience required
  • Proficient in using multiple software programs such as Microsoft Office products, credentialing software applications, e-mail, etc.
  • Demonstrated ability to deliver quality work under deadlines with a high attention to detail and good organizational and multi-tasking skills.

Hicuity Health fuses a friendly and collegial work environment with high performance standards.  Our compensation plans include base salary, annual bonus opportunity and competitive benefit programs.

 

 

Hicuity Health provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.

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Court Services Clerk II - Records Dept.

Kootenai County

ID, ID
30+ days ago
ID, ID
30+ days ago

COURT SERVICES CLERK - RECORDS DEPARTMENT 

DISTRICT COURT


We would like to invite you to pursue the opportunity to join a team that is long-known for excellence in judicial administration in the State of Idaho.

APPLY ONLINE AT  https://www.kcgov.us/356/Employment-Opportunities AND ATTACH COVER LETTER, RESUME AND LETTERS OF REFERENCE

THE POSITION: Sworn Deputy Clerk, under general supervision of the Court Services Director and direct supervision of the Records Department Supervisorthis position performs a variety of routine and complex clerical tasks related to all cases brought before District Court.

  • $13.90. to $16.17 per hour depending on experience
  • Public Employees Retirement System of Idaho (PERSI), a pension plan with five year vesting, 11.94% employer contribution, and a lifetime payout upon retirement
  • Excellent and comprehensive benefits package.  For example, employee-only coverage for medical, dental and vision is $55.33 per month (nicotine free rate). View our entire benefits package.
  • Public Student Loan Forgiveness Program
 View the full job description.
IS THIS POSITION A GOOD FIT FOR YOU?
  • Do you enjoy filing and records management?
  • Are you interested in court-related matters?
  • Do you enjoy customer service?
DO YOU QUALIFY?
  • Do you have a high school diploma or general education degree (GED), and twelve months work experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience?
  • Are you able to attend the Idaho Institute of Court Management (ICM) as well as twice yearly attend Distance Learning presented by the Idaho Supreme Court?
  • Are you able to type a minimum of 45 words per minute?
  • Are you able to pass a records check?
  • Do you possess or have the ability to obtain a valid driver’s license, and are you insurable?
CONTACT US: Human Resources (208) 446-1640
kchr@kcgov.us

OUR LOCATION: Located in beautiful northern Idaho, and home to approximately 150,000 residents, Kootenai County is surrounded by scenic mountains and more than twenty pristine lakes--an outdoor enthusiast's dream. The largest city and county seat is located in Coeur d'Alene and is on the majestic shores of Lake Coeur d'Alene. With a low crime rate and cost of living that is below the national average and significantly less than in larger cities, it is an ideal place to call home. Click here to learn more about living in Kootenai County.     


TO APPLY: Apply online https://www.kcgov.us/356/Employment-Opportunities  Attach cover letter, resume and letters of reference. Must successfully pass the County’s pre-employment and subsequent drug tests as well as a records check.
EOE/Vets Preference/Drug Free Workplace
Job Type: Regular Full-Time
Location: District Court - 324 W Garden Ave, Coeur d'Alene, ID, Idaho
Agency: Clerk - District Court
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Court Services Float Clerk - Judicial Dept.

Kootenai County

ID, ID
30+ days ago
ID, ID
30+ days ago
COURT SERVICES FLOAT CLERK – JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT
DISTRICT COURT
    
We would like to invite you to pursue the opportunity to join a team that is long-known for excellence in judicial administration in the State of Idaho.
APPLY ONLINE AT AT https://www.kcgov.us/356/Employment-Opportunities AND ATTACH:  COVER LETTER, RESUME AND LETTERS OF REFERENCE

THE POSITION: Sworn Deputy Clerk of Court under the direct supervision of the Court Services Director performs a variety of routine and complex clerical tasks related to clerking in court, including hearing preparation and follow-up; complex and detailed dispositional data entry, and the processing of criminal, civil and juvenile cases brought before District Court. Provides relief assistance to all departments of the court.
  • $15.90 to $18.50 per hour depending on experience
  • Public Employees Retirement System of Idaho (PERSI), a pension plan with five year vesting, 11.94% employer contribution, and a lifetime payout upon retirement
  • Excellent and comprehensive benefits package.For example, employee-only coverage for medical, dental and vision is $55.33 per month (nicotine free rate). View our entire benefits package.
  • Public Student Loan Forgiveness Program
View the full job description
WE ARE INTERESTED IN CANDIDATES THAT:
  • Have a high degree of accuracy and considerable knowledge of spelling, punctuation and grammar and working knowledge of modern clerical techniques and procedures
  • Can work quickly and accurately, maintain efficiency and professionalism while working under time pressure and deadline
  • Have excellent communication and customer service skills
  • Can attend the Idaho Institute of Court Management (ICM) and twice yearly Distance Learning presented by the Idaho Supreme Court
  • Maintain confidentiality when needed and acts with appropriate discretion
DO YOU QUALIFY?
  • Do you have a high school diploma or equivalent?
  • Do you have one year of secretarial college or paralegal training?
  • Do you have two years of experience as a Court Services Clerk III or equivalent combination of education and experience?
  • Are you able to type at least 60 words per minute with no errors?
  • Are you able to work with difficult persons reacting to difficult situations?
  • Do you have a valid driver's license and are you insurable?
  • Are you able to pass a records check?
CONTACT US: Human Resources (208)446-1640

kchr@kcgov.us


OUR LOCATION: Located in beautiful northern Idaho, and home to approximately 150,000 residents, Kootenai County is surrounded by scenic mountains and more than twenty pristine lakes--an outdoor enthusiast's dream. The largest city and county seat is located in Coeur d'Alene and is on the majestic shores of Lake Coeur d'Alene. With a low crime rate and cost of living that is below the national average and significantly less than in larger cities, it is an ideal place to call home. Click here to learn more about living in Kootenai County.
TO APPLY: Apply online at https://www.kcgov.us/356/Employment-Opportunities and attach a cover letter, resume and letters of reference to the online application. Must successfully pass the County's pre-employment and subsequent drug tests as well as a records check.
EOE/Vets Preference/Drug Free Workplace
Job Type: Regular Full-Time
Location: District Court - 324 W Garden Ave, Coeur d'Alene, ID, Idaho
Agency: Clerk - District Court
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Title Clerk II - Vehicle Licensing DMV

Kootenai County

ID, ID
5 days ago
ID, ID
5 days ago

TITLE CLERK II – VEHICLE LICENSING/DMV

ASSESSOR’S OFFICE

 

“Our mission is to provide professional, courteous service to the public with regard to the equitable valuation of all properties in Kootenai County.”

 


APPLY ONLINE BY MARCH 24, 2021 AT https://www.kcgov.us/356/Employment-Opportunities 

ATTACH COVER LETTER AND RESUME TO ONLINE APPLICATION

 

THE POSITION:  Performs a variety of routine to complex clerical tasks designed to insure the accurate processing of titles of ownership and the acquisition of license plates and registrations required by law to operate various vehicles. Must be able to pass a general office skills test. Must be able to work outside in all types of weather.

 

  • $13.91 per hour
  • Public Employees Retirement System of Idaho (PERSI), a pension plan with five year vesting, 11.94% employer contribution, and a lifetime payout upon retirement
  • Excellent and comprehensive benefits package.  For example, employee-only medical/dental/vision premium of only $55.33 per month (nicotine free rate).  View our entire benefits package.
  • Public Student Loan Forgiveness Program

 

View the full job description


DO YOU QUALIFY?

  • Do you have a high school diploma or equivalent?
  • Do you have a minimum of 12 months office, title and/or registration experience?
  • Are you able to cordially and professionally deal with the public even in difficult situations?
  • Do you possess or have the ability to obtain a valid driver’s license, and are you insurable?
  • Do you possess or have the ability to obtain a valid First Aid and CPR certification?
  • Are you able to be deputized to make clerical actions effective?

 

THIS IS THE JOB FOR YOU IF:

  • You enjoy working with people and have outstanding customer service skills
  • You can pass a general office skills test
  • You are able to perform tasks rapidly with accuracy (Vehicle Licensing handles 300-500 customers daily)
  • You are able to work in all types of weather while performing VIN inspections
  • You are able to exercise good judgment 
  • You are willing and able to travel to various DMV locations within Kootenai County

 

CONTACT US:

Human Resources (208)446-1640

kchr@kcgov.us

 

OUR LOCATION: Located in beautiful northern Idaho, and home to approximately 150,000 residents, Kootenai County is surrounded by scenic mountains and more than twenty pristine lakes--an outdoor enthusiast's dream. The largest city and county seat is located in Coeur d'Alene and is on the majestic shores of Lake Coeur d'Alene. With a low crime rate and cost of living that is below the national average and significantly less than in larger cities, it is an ideal place to call home. Click here to learn more about living in Kootenai County.     


TO APPLY: Apply online at https://www.kcgov.us/356/Employment-Opportunities Attach cover letter and resume to the online application.   Must successfully pass the County’s pre-employment and subsequent drug tests as well as a basic office skills test.
EOE/Vets Preference/Drug Free Workplace
Job Type: Regular Full-Time
Location: Administration Bld - 451 N. Government Way, Coeur d'Alene, ID, Idaho
Agency: Assessor - Vehicle Licensing - CDA Office

Posted

17 days ago

Description

Description

Part-time position, not to exceed 29 hours weekly

Rate: $12.00 hourly


General Purpose of Position

Performs a wide variety of routine clerical and administrative support work for the Municipal Court

Major Duties and Responsibilities

Provides support for Municipal Court criminal proceedings

  • Assists in administering criminal proceedings and docketing
  • Assists in the coordination of court matters with defendants, defense counsel,, jail, alcohol agencies and other levels of the criminal justice administration system
  • Prepares court dockets and files
  • Initiates related paperwork as needed by defendants to facilitate their response to a citation or complaint
  • Prepares files for court use; processes timely notices to defendants of trials and hearings
  • Responds to requests from Municipal Judge and others for assistance and information
  • Manages and coordinates as many as nine dockets per month

Provides clerical support for Municipal Court

  • Prepares correspondence and maintains records
  • Receipts, deposits and accounts for monies for fines, forfeitures and other court receipts
  • Receives, logs and indexes incoming filings, citations and complaints
  • Receipts bail, fines and penalties
  • Performs failure to pay, failure to comply and failure to appear notices
  • Constructs new case files, filing and retrieving documents as necessary
  • Prepares and maintains appropriate calendars; sets up court hearings
  • Maintains records and monitors flow of Mobile Ticketing
  • Responds to counter, telephone, and written inquiries

Provides support for Public interactions with Municipal Court

  • Help with public needs as they approach window
  • Find and explain tickets and applicable fines
  • Establish payment plans for those unable to pay fines, costs, etc.
  • Utilize telephone system to aid Public and direct to appropriate extensions
  • Performs other duties as directed

Requirements

Education and Experience

The person in this position must have a high school diploma or its equivalent with specialized course work in office practices such as typing and filing, and two years prior work experience in clerical, secretarial, paralegal or administrative work, or any equivalent combination of education and experience. Ability to effectively meet and deal with the public; ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing; ability to handle stressful situations is vital for this position.

Licenses and Certifications

A valid driver's license is required

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Knowledge

Municipal Court processes and procedures

Departmental policies, rules and regulations

Basic understanding of city and state laws, codes, and ordinances

Specialized computer software systems related to municipal court and law enforcement

General office and filing practices and procedures

General accounting principles

Proper grammar and the use of English in speaking and writing

Computer operations and applications, including word processing and spreadsheets

Federal and state statutes concerning the work of the department

Mathematical skills, including addition, subtraction, division and multiplication

General functions and operations of municipal government

Use of the Regional Justice Court System

Skills and Abilities

Manage attorney requests and other information

Answer questions about rights, ordinances, and court procedures

Maintain records file management system, both on paper and electronically

Explain complex concepts in layman's terms

Organizational skills

Use various pieces of office equipment, including typewriters, photocopiers and facsimile machine

Accurate typing and data entry using a personal computer

Accurately handle and officially record fines and court costs

Use a multi-line telephone system to answer and transfer calls

Maintain confidentiality

Proofread reports accurately

Use various types of office software, including word processing and spreadsheets

Pay attention to detail

Use a 10-key adding machine or calculator

Complete detailed work accurately

Work effectively with a wide range of people

Meet specified deadlines

Prioritize daily work flow

Work as a team member with other employees

Communicate effectively with others, both orally and in writing

Deal with others in a professional manner

Use common sense

Demonstrate good judgment and courtesy in communications

Work autonomously when necessary

Handle multiple tasks simultaneously with frequent interruptions

Institute and maintain modern office practices to ensure complete and accurate official records

Maintain professional composure in heated situations

Implement and follow departmental and City policies and procedures


Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disabled/Veteran

Source: City of Florissant