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Housing Authority of Merced County

405 U Street
Merced , CA
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ADMINISTRATIVE CLERK II

Housing Authority of Merced County
Merced, CA Full-time
Posted on September 25, 2018

ADMINISTRATIVE CLERK II

With the Housing Authority of the County of Merced, under the direction of the Housing ServicesDepartment, performs general office work as required, including but not limited to: transcription ofletters, memoranda and other material; maintains incidental records; tabulates and types reportsof less complex data; processes forms and general communications; inputs data into the Agency computer program and produces reports as required. Must be able to assume normal duties of the Receptionist/Typist position as required. Salary range is $1,172.00 to $1,424.58 biweekly,depending on qualifications and experience. An application packet with additional information for the above position may be requested from the Housing Authority, 405 “U” Street, Merced, California, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. during regular business days or downloaded via www.merced-pha.com. Resumes must be submitted with a completed agency employment application. Final filing date is October 31, 2018. The Housing Authority is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and is committed to a drug-free workplace.

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