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Part-Time Recording Administrative Clerk

Company: Government jobs
Location: Bozeman
Posted on: January 27, 2023

Job Description:

POSITION OVERVIEW

This position is located in the Clerk and Recorder's Recording Office and is responsible for receiving and processing documents, providing assistance to the general public, collecting and receipting fees received, conducting research, and a variety of other duties related to office operations.The position reports to the Recording Supervisor through the Lead Administrative Clerk and does not supervise staff.

QUALIFICATIONS

This work requires the ability to gain knowledge of state and county laws, rules, and procedures; reading and interpreting legal descriptions and documentation; records management; research methods; customer service techniques and skill in the use of various computer software and systems, including Word, Excel and Microsoft Outlook and accurate data entry.This position must have the ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing; must be able to maintain the integrity of sensitive and highly confidential information; exercise courtesy and tact in receiving the public, and in giving and obtaining information in person and over the phone; be detail oriented and a self-starter; have the ability to be flexible and adapt to change and be able to work in a fast-paced office.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE

The required knowledge, skills, and abilities are typically acquired through a combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school plus three (3) years of job-related work experience.

SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION

About Gallatin County:

Located in a sweeping valley in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, Gallatin County is the most populated and fastest growing county in scenic southwest Montana. The County Seat of Bozeman at large encompasses over 50,000 people, yet has a small town feel. Located in a breathtaking Rocky Mountain setting, it is close to world-class downhill skiing, blue ribbon trout streams, Yellowstone National Park and a multitude of other outdoor activities in the pristine nearby wilderness areas.

Gallatin County covers over 2,500 square miles of mountain lands varying in topography and climate from temperate river valleys to snow-capped peaks and open ranch lands. Nearly half of all the land in Gallatin County is under public ownership by the Gallatin National Forest, the State of Montana, Bureau of Land Management or the National Park Service.

Gallatin County is large and diverse, featuring everything from the spectacular scenery of Yellowstone National Park (our first National Park) to lush farmland, and a growing economy of high-tech industries. Skiers, outdoor enthusiasts, wildlife watchers, mothers and fathers, business owners, vacationers, ranchers, retirees, students, and many others have grown to love Gallatin County's boundless opportunities.

Some of the many benefits offered to full-time and part-time employees:

Excellent Medical Health Benefits - Group health benefits, including dental and vision coverage, are available to eligible County employees.The medical health benefits premium is covered for full-time employees.The County contribution is pro-rated on hours paid for part-time employees.The employee pays the premium portion for dependent coverage. Family health benefits coverage is $205.00 per pay period.

Medical deductible is $400 for an individual and $1,000 for a family.
Paid Parental Leave (PPL)- In recognition of the importance of bonding and care of a newborn child or a child placed for adoption, Gallatin County provides 240 hours of PPL to eligible full-time employees.The hours are pro-rated for part-time employees.

Tuition Assistance - Because we value the professional and personal development of our employees, Gallatin County is proud to offer reimbursement of certain education expenses.

To see all of our benefits, please click on the benefits tab.

As a condition of hire, the final candidate will be required to successfully pass a criminal history check and background investigation.

To apply go to the Job Openings tab on our Gallatin County Website and follow the link.
Cover Letter
Resume
three (3) work references

Gallatin County is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment on the basis of merit and qualifications without regard to race, creed, religion, color, or national origin or because of age, physical or mental disability, marital status, or sex when the reasonable demands of the position do not require an age, physical or mental disability, marital status, or sex distinction.

Excellent Medical Health Benefits - Group health benefits, including dental and vision coverage, are available to eligible County employees.The medical health benefits premium is covered for full-time employees.The County contribution is pro-rated on hours paid for part-time employees.The employee pays the premium portion for dependent coverage. Family health benefits coverage is $205.00 per pay period.

Medical deductible is $400 for an individual and $1,000 for a family.

Flexible Benefits Plan - Pre-tax out-of-pocket medical expenses and day care expenses.

Supplemental Medical Coverage and voluntary Life Insurance Coverage are offered through UNUM.

Public Employees Retirement System - Montana public employees of the state, university system, local governments and certain employees of school districts are covered by the Public Employees Retirement System (PERS).New members to the PERS have an opportunity to choose between two retirement plan options:the Defined Benefit Plan or the Defined Contribution Plan.

Sheriffs' Retirement System (SRS) -A public pension plan for all Montana Sheriffs hired after July 1, 1974 and Detention Officers hired after July 1, 2005.

Supplemental Retirement Benefits are offered through Nationwide.

Sick Leave - Full-time employees accrue 7.40 hours per month and are eligible to use sick leave once it is accrued. The accrual is pro-rated for part-time employees.

Vacation Leave - Full-time employees accrue 9.20 hours per month and are eligible to use leave once it is accrued.The accrual is pro-rated for part-time employees.

Holidays - The County observes eleven legal holidays in even numbered years and ten legal holidays in odd numbered years.

Paid Parental Leave (PPL)- In recognition of the importance of bonding and care of a newborn child or a child placed for adoption, Gallatin County provides 240 hours of PPL to eligible full-time employees.The hours are pro-rated for part-time employees.

Tuition Assistance - Because we value the professional and personal development of our employees, Gallatin County is proud to offer reimbursement of certain education expenses.

Keywords: Government jobs, Bozeman , Part-Time Recording Administrative Clerk, Other , Bozeman, Montana

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