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EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT/DEPUTY CLERK

City of Livingston
Livingston, CA Full-time
Posted on January 8, 2019

EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT/DEPUTY CITY CLERK–

City of Livingston, CA ($4,105 -$4,989/Mo., plus excellent benefits.

Under direction of the City Manager, duties and responsibilities include: scheduling and preparing City Council meeting agendas; attend City Council and various other meetings; prepare minutes in accordance with legal requirements of the City Clerk’s office; maintaining official documents and records; overseeing the record management program; coordinating responses to public records requests; coordinating elections with the County and advising candidates on procedures and deadlines; plan, coordinate and organize office activities and coordinate communications, meetings and information for the City Manager and City Council. City Clerk experience is preferred but not required. Closing date February 1, 2019 at 5 pm. Required City application available at www.livingstoncity.com

or City Hall, 1416 “C” Street, Livingston, CA; 209-394-8041 ext. 114

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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