Community Services Clerk - One Year Term
|Open Date||Jan 09 2019 - 02:53:00 PM||Close Date||Jan 27 2019 - 04:00:00 PM|
|Position Title||Community Services Clerk - One Year Term||Posting Type||Term|
|Posting Status||Active||Position Length||Full Time|
|Department Group||Community Development||Hours per Week||35|
|Education||High School||Experience||2 years|
The District of Lake Country is seeking a full-time Community Services Clerk to join their team for a one year maternity leave. The Community Services Clerk is responsible for providing general information to the public; setting up meetings and appointments; providing clerical and research services for the Community Services department, tracking files, and handling the records management and mail systems in a knowledgeable, courteous and efficient manner for both internal and external customers. In addition, the Community Services Clerk prepares agendas and minutes as directed and prepares advertisements in relation to applications.
The normal work week is 35 hours Monday through Friday.
The preferred candidates will have a minimum of one year toward a college diploma in office administration, business administration, public administration or related field. Two years of experience is required in an engineering or development setting in either the public or private sector. The hourly rate of pay for this unionized position is between $22.65/hr and $26.98/hr (2019 rates).
Lake Country is one of the Province’s fastest growing municipalities! We are a vibrant community of approximately 15,000 citizens located in the heart of the rapidly growing Okanagan Valley, less than a half hour drive from Kelowna and mere minutes to beautiful orchards, wineries, farms and the serenity of the Okanagan lakes. Residents enjoy hot summers and temperate winters with boundless opportunities for year-round recreation – from water sports to cycling, golfing, skiing, hiking and much more. If you are searching to relocate to a community that truly has it all, join our team and experience ‘Life. The Okanagan Way!’