BRIGHAM CITY Clerk (part time) in BRIGHAM CITY, Utah
GENERAL PURPOSE Performs a variety of entry level, complex clerical and routine technical duties as needed to expedite the day-to-day processing of daily receipt of payments for city services and programs and collection of City utility bills. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Collects, receipts and posts payments, including money received from utility billings, taxes, licenses, fines, program fees, special assessments and intergovernmental sources; posts the golf course, senior citizens, library, cemetery and swimming pool receipts; may assist to issue summary reports verifying receipt of revenues as required; performs day-end balancing of revenues received; follows established processes and procedures based upon department policies. Coordinates efforts with utility billing clerk to ensure that all past due accounts are maintained and payments are collected in a timely manner. Prepares shut-off notices and follows up with payments. Performs routine counter duties; receives incoming phone calls, answers questions, takes messages, provides factual information, and refers calls to appropriate departments and offices; provides walk-in and calling public with information related to various city services, fees and hours, and the location of city offices & services. Performs general receptionist duties; performs routine bookkeeping; composes communications as requested; performs all filing tasks related to department general files. Maintains and sets up records of individual accounts. Performs related duties required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS 1.Education and Experience: Graduation from high school or equivalent with course background in accounting, bookkeeping or some other related field, plus one (1) year of specialized training provided through professional workshops, in service or on-the-job programs; AND one (1) year of responsible work experience in practical bookkeeping or accounting; and cash receipting and balancing cash drawers. OR an equivalent combination of education and experience. Some knowledge of bookkeeping and general accounting techniques most appropriate to computerized systems; personal-mainframe computer operations and applications including word processing and spread sheets similar to Microsoft Work, Excel, etc.; laws and regulations governing accounting responsibility for accounts receivable; general office management; inter-personal communication skills. Skill in the operation of personal computer and data entry equipment. Ability to work quickly and accurately with numbers; perform advanced mathematical computations; operate various types of office equipment such as adding machine, typewriter, etc.; work under time pressures in meeting deadlines; communicate effectively verbally and in writing; develop and maintain effectively working relationship with department directors, supervisors, co-workers and the public. 3. Special Qualifications: Must be able to type at the rate of 40 wpm. Consideration given to those who speak Spanish. 4. Work Environment: Typical office setting with typical climate controls. Tasks require variety of physical activities, not generally involving muscular strain, such as walking, standing, stooping, sitting, reaching, talking, hearing and seeing. Common eye, hand, finger dexterity exist. Mental application utilizes memory or details, verbal instructions, emotional stability, discriminating thinking and guided problem solving. Must submit to a Criminal History Review. Must pass a pre-employment drug test. Closes: April 25, 2018.