Administrative Aide (20 hrs.week)
Livingston County - Howell, MI

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DESCRIPTION

This position is responsible for providing clerical and administrative support activities in support of a department's operations.

(Note: Schedule includes two 8-hour days and one four-hour day per week).

Posting closes March 21, 2011.

DUTIES

Familiarity with Microsoft Office (Access, Word, Excel), desktop publishing, Microsoft Publisher, excellent interpersonal, accounting, verbal, and written communication skills; ability to handle multiple tasks and details.
Performs basic office duties, such as copying, filing, faxing, typing standard documents, preparing, sorting, and distributing mail and entering data.
Assists in overseeing department programs by reviewing forms and documents for compliance with operational policies and procedures.
Assists with developing and tracking budget and department information, such as recommending budget figures, maintaining balances, researching discrepancies, and preparing related financial reports.
Reviews, processes, and routes a variety of payments, files, forms, records, applications, and statements ensuring completeness and accuracy.
Provides administrative support, such as maintaining department and employee schedules, coordinating meetings and agendas, making travel arrangements, editing and preparing newsletters, brochures and basic reports, researching basic information, and providing related support.
Provides routine customer assistance to citizens regarding department operations,
programs, and services.
Sets up, processes, and maintains a variety of operating files and informs department staff on the status of incidents, the progress of circumstances, and other information.
Maintains a variety of routine statistics and logs regarding department operations, inventory, budgets, billing, incidents, and other forms of data entry.
Performs receptionist duties, such as greeting and assisting customers, answering and directing phone calls, taking messages, and maintaining related information.
Performs other duties of a similar nature or level.

QUALIFICATIONS

LICENSING or CERTIFICATIONS:
Valid MI Driver's License and a good driving record.

QUALIFICATIONS:
High School Diploma, or G.E.D., and
Two years of clerical experience; or, an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job such as those listed above.

Knowledge of:
Computer and software applications;
General office principles and practices;
Basic mathematical and statistical principles.

Familiarity with Microsoft Office (Access, Word, Excel), desktop publishing, Microsoft Publisher, excellent interpersonal, accounting, verbal, and written communication skills; ability to handle multiple tasks and details.
Performs basic office duties, such as copying, filing, faxing, typing standard documents, preparing, sorting, and distributing mail and entering data.
Assists in overseeing department programs by reviewing forms and documents for compliance with operational policies and procedures.
Assists with developing and tracking budget and department information, such as recommending budget figures, maintaining balances, researching discrepancies, and preparing related financial reports.
Reviews, processes, and routes a variety of payments, files, forms, records, applications, and statements ensuring completeness and accuracy.
Provides administrative support, such as maintaining department and employee schedules, coordinating meetings and agendas, making travel arrangements, editing and preparing newsletters, brochures and basic reports, researching basic information, and providing related support.
Provides routine customer assistance to citizens regarding department operations,
programs, and services.
Sets up, processes, and maintains a variety of operating files and informs department staff on the status of incidents, the progress of circumstances, and other information.
Maintains a variety of routine statistics and logs regarding department operations, inventory, budgets, billing, incidents, and other forms of data entry.
Performs receptionist duties, such as greeting and assisting customers, answering and directing phone calls, taking messages, and maintaining related information.
Performs other duties of a similar nature or level.

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