|SALARY:||$21.18 - $24.13 Hourly|
|CLOSING DATE:||12/13/19 04:30 PM|
|Starting hourly salary of $21.18 with further increases to $24.13, Dane County offers a wide range of benefits including fully paid dental and HMO health insurance premiums for full time employees/pro-rated for part-time employees. The County will also provide contributions towards POS health insurance premiums and short/long term disability. Additional benefits available include long term care, vision coverage, flex spending account and deferred compensation programs paid in full by the employee and a wellness program (for further details visit www.countyofdane.com/emprel). Employees hired after 7-1-11 must be expected to work a minimum of 1200 hours annually to be enrolled in the Wisconsin Retirement System when hired. Dane County also provides 6 weeks of paid parental leave for birth or adoption of a child.
This recruitment will be used to establish an eligible list that will be good for 6 months. This list will also be used for LTE Clerk I-II positions.
The wage for an LTE Clerk I-II Office will be $15.87, for LTE Clerk I-II General the wage will be $14.83
|EQUITY, DEFINITION AND EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:|
COMMITMENT TO EQUITY & INCLUSION
Work is performed under general supervision and is of a varied and increasingly responsible nature, and is to complete related work as required. Incumbents in this classification are normally engaged in standardized work, but independent judgment and specific instructions may be required in applying procedures to unusual cases. Errors are usually discovered by a lead support person or first line supervisor before serious consequences can result. Keying is normally from standard source documents and on standard types of electronic equipment. Knowledge of complex layouts and designs is not usually required. Employees in this classification may have a great deal of contact with the public and employees of other units in seeking and giving out information where general knowledge of departmental policy and procedures is required. Typically there are no formal or direct lines of supervision over other staff although employees at this level may assist in the training of new employees and the monitoring and assigning of work to temporary employees performing similar work.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES
Maintains electronic and manual filing, prepares and processes bills, vouchers, dockets, receipts, schedules, narratives, charts, tables, minutes, requisitions, notices, correspondence, and statistical and financial data, ; reproduces multiple copies of work; checks and tabulates statistical and financial data, issues licenses and permits, and writes receipts for fees; classifies and posts information; accepts applications; does filling and searching; checks books and other materials in and out; transcribes dictating machine records; stores and issues supplies. When serving as office receptionist greets visitors and the general public, answers inquiries or refers people to the proper officials; screens clients/applicants; makes appointments and travel arrangements; audits, balances, and checks payrolls, purchase orders, and claims; compiles figures on expenditures; maintains simple inventory records; may operate a switchboard in conjunction with receptionist duties; gathers information on a variety of subjects and compiles routine financial, statistical, activity, and legal reports; may operate electric typewriters, electronic memory typewriters, data entry machines, word processing equipment, and/or personal computers. Assist in the training and assigning of work to other employees performing similar level clerical tasks.
|EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE & SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:|
|Any combination of training and experience equivalent to six months of clerical experience.
Individuals who meet the minimum qualifications must also pass a Microsoft Word, Excel and Language testing with 50% accuracy on each exam.
Applicants must pass an oral bilingual translation.
For positions in Child Support, employment will require a criminal background check which may include FBI fingerprinting. Dane County may disqualify an applicant if the position's responsibilities are substantially related to the applicant's criminal history.
|KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:|
|Incumbents must have knowledge of modern office procedures and practices; computers and data entry formats and processing. This includes standard business formats and sufficient knowledge to set up documents and process a variety of narrative, numerical or graphic information and compose forms and form letters and other routine correspondence; record keeping systems sufficient to maintain clerical records and to prepare routine reports; departmental policy and regulations sufficient to answer routine questions; business English, spelling and grammar sufficient to edit materials and correct typographical errors.
Incumbents must have the skill to spell correctly; use grammar properly; effective oral and written communication skills; write memorandum, reports and business letters; make arithmetic calculations with speed and accuracy and key in data on a computer with reasonable speed and accuracy using basic mathematics and/or formulas; sort and file material using an established indexing/computer systems.
Must have ability to set up and type a variety of accounting, statistical and financial statements, letters and reports; compute and tabulate data; operate standard office machines; ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with the public; ability to type neatly and accurately.
Clerk I-II Bilingual Spanish
County of Dane