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Home Government Community Development Administrative Clerk
Village of Glenview seeks a (3) part-time Administrative Clerks to work in the Community
Development Department at the Development Center counter. The purpose of this position is to provide
exemplary customer service, perform routine administrative and clerical work
while exhibiting a positive and welcoming attitude when greeting customers in
person, on the phone and through email to determine their needs and assist them
in obtaining the correct services. This position is responsible for scheduling
inspections, entering permit
applications, entering work orders and complaints; verifying documentation
related to permits, and understanding related costs for utility fees,
licensing, and permit payments; working with employees and customers to answer
questions and resolve general issues.
Other duties include completing a variety of general clerical tasks,
including but, not limited to, answering phone calls, data entry, assisting
with FOIA requests, scanning, copying, organizing and filing.
Ideal candidates must have excellent verbal communication skills, an ability to respond and interact with internal and external customers in a courteous and professional manner, and the capacity to multi-task and to maintain one's composure in a fast-paced environment.
Candidates must have a high school diploma or the equivalent, and one or more years of related work experience in an office environment. Individuals must have a working knowledge of general office procedures and practices, strong organizational skills, be able to work independently and in a team environment, have proficient typing and data entry skills, and be able to perform basic arithmetic calculations. Ideal candidates would be able to demonstrate proficiency in the use of MS Office software, as well as related web-based computer software programs, and prior experience with Munis (Tyler Technologies) software.
Candidate must be willing to work 2 to 4 days per week averaging 16- 20 hours per week with a monthly rotating schedule.
The hiring process includes, but is not limited to, oral interview, background check, post-offer medical examination and drug screening. A computer-based skills and/or situational judgment test may also be part of the hiring process. Due to the anticipated candidate response, only those applicants with experience and skills most closely meeting the needs of this position may be invited to participate in the selection process.
The starting base pay rate is $17.50/hr. or DOQ, with no fringe benefits. Employees consistently and continuously working more than 20 hours per week may be eligible for participation in the IMRF pension program.
To apply, complete and submit application below.
Attach your cover letter and resume. The recruitment will remain open
until filled. The first review of
resumes will be on Friday, September 28. Emailed,
mailed, faxed, or hand-delivered applications will be declined. For any
questions, please contact Megan Iozzo via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, please include in the subject title "PT Administrative
Clerk." Persons requiring
reasonable accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act are asked
to contact the Human Resources Division at 847-904-4474.
THE VILLAGE OF GLENVIEW IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER