Part-Time Town ClerkCornish Town Corporation
- Five (5) years of progressively responsible experience related to desired qualifications below; municipal experience preferred.
Performs a variety of administrative, technical and complex clerical duties in maintaining the financial and municipal records for Cornish Town including, but not limited to, processing of accounts payable, purchasing, financial monitoring, Town elections and related administrative functions established by state statute or local ordinance.
- Town Clerk shall focus on responsiveness, accountability and transparency, assisting in the preparation of the yearly budget; maintains all financial records for the Town.
- Town Clerk develops and manages the annual budget process; develops periodic budget amendments; remits annual budget to the Utah State Auditor’s Office; ensures the overall fiscal soundness of the Town.
- Prepares agenda(s) and attends council meetings and planning commission meetings, records and transcribes minutes; files new ordinances and resolutions; serves as custodian of city seal; attests to signatures on official documents and contracts; assures compliance with laws and guidelines regarding public access to Town records; maintains permanent records.
- Maintains Town records and information for easy identification, location and duplication; assures compliance with state laws related to public access (GRAMMA); Coordinates and manages Town elections.
- Generates various reports and documents; reviews content for accuracy and completeness; makes grammatical and technical changes to content as needed; performs routine research and gathers data as needed to compile or complete reports as requested.
- Maintains an accurate billing system in Core Utilities, envelope stuffing and mailing. Accounts payable, payroll, reconciling in QuickBooks.
Must be able to meet attendance and punctuality requirements for this position. Must abide by all Town policies and procedures. Must work well with others and be a team player.
Attends Annual Conference, if possible.
This position will require regular attendance of public meetings that typically take place during evening hours.
Interested parties must submit a resume and cover letter.