Temporary – Office Support Clerk Juvenile Court

WHATCOM COUNTY JOB ANNOUNCEMENT
Whatcom County is an Equal Opportunity Employer

To apply: Please visit our website http://www.whatcomcounty.us/jobs

Human Resources, 311 Grand Avenue, Suite 107, Bellingham, WA 98225

Temporary – Office Support Clerk Juvenile Court

Salary: $16.77 per hour Closing Date: January 26, 2020 at 11:59 PM PST

Whatcom County Superior Court – Juvenile Division is hiring a Temporary Extra Help employee to provide clerical office support. This position works under close direction from the Administrative Supervisor. Specific duties will include confidential filing, front desk reception coverage, scanning of documents in court, importing of documents into case management system, and other duties as assigned.
The ideal candidate must:
• be proficient in computer and office skills, including operation of standard office equipment

• be detail oriented with a high degree of accuracy

• have reliable attendance

• wear clothing appropriate for court setting
Approximately 12 -15 hours per week but no more than 69 hours per month.
Must be able to work Wednesdays 8AM-5PM and Fridays from either 8:30AM – 12PM or 1-5PM; other hours to be determined
Additional hours, up to 3 months of full- time, may be available depending on Department’s needs and candidate’s availability.

Qualifications
Requires high school diploma or GED and two years of progressively responsible general office, clerical and/or secretarial experience
Experience in a legal setting preferred
Must be able to lift 20lbs
Background check must meet County criteria

Investment Operations Officer

Job position / title
Investment Operations Officer
Name of business / employer
Global Partnerships
Job description / duties
The Investment Operations Officer will be part of GP’s Finance and Operations Team. She/he will assist in closing debt investment transactions with social enterprise partners located in Latin America and Africa and will work closely with our Social Investment Team as well as our Finance team. She/he will report to the Director of Investment Operations. The Investment Operations Officer will play an instrumental role in helping GP further our mission to expand opportunity for people living in poverty.

This role will be responsible for the following:

Loan Closing & Management

• Prepare loan agreements, amendments and related documents for debt transactions with social enterprises, working with local country counsel and US counsel
• Track and manage collection of conditions precedent (CPs) prior to loan closing or disbursement of funds, including working with counsel on legal review of CPs and maintaining an organized tracking system
• Maintain closing checklists and coordinate closing process
• Work with GP’s partners and staff to resolve closing issues and questions prior to loan closing
• Maintain organized paper and electronic files; keep database current
• Review invoices for transactions to ensure billing is in line with negotiated terms of engagement

General Responsibilities

• Manage relationships with local country counsel and assist Director of Investment Operations with negotiating rates/pro-bono agreements
• Assist with collecting annual borrower reporting information
• Work with local counsel on Powers of Attorney or other documents or procedures necessary for lending activities in each country

Qualifications
SELECTION CRITERIA

Core Capabilities

• Strong analytical and strategic thinking skills
• Demonstrated ability to collaborate within and across teams and across cultures
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills; capable of highly professional engagement with colleagues and partners
• Self-motivated work ethic, proactive; ability to see tasks through to completion independently
• Capable of balancing and prioritizing multiple tasks in a fast-paced work environment
• Highly organized with attention to detail and commitment to quality; strong project management skills
• Embodies GP’s values: Dedicated, Strategic, Collaborative, Aspirational Learner, and Excellence
• Commitment to and enthusiasm for GP’s mission to expand opportunity for people living in poverty

Qualifications

• Fluent in both business English and Spanish (required), with fluency in French preferred
• Bachelor’s degree and 3-5 five years of experience working in business or legal environment, with a strong preference for experience working as a paralegal or loan closer
• Knowledge of legal constructs in lending, with a preference for knowledge and/or experience with Latin American or African legal documentation and regulation for lending and finance
• Demonstrated experience making sound business decisions based on legal advice
• Strong tendency to eagerly accept ownership of projects and to improve efficiencies
• Strong computer skills required, including proficiency in all Microsoft Office products; Salesforce experience preferred
• Ability to work legally in the United States

Application deadline / closing date
02/03/2020
Salary / rate of pay
DOE
Days and hours of employment
M-F, 40 hours
Flexible schedule?
(○) Yes

Travel required?
(○) Yes

Pay period
(○) Bi-weekly
Person or department to contact
Finance and Operations
Business address
1932 First Ave Ste. 400, Seattle, WA 98101
Email
info@globalpartnerships.org
Phone
206.652.8773
How to apply
To apply, please send the following materials in a single PDF document to info@globalpartnerships.org and include the title ‘Application: Investment Operations Officer’ in the subject line.

• Brief cover letter
• Résumé

Global Partnerships is an equal opportunity employer. Applications will be accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis. For priority consideration, please apply by February 3, 2020.

Due to the volume of applications, we will contact only those candidates selected for interviews – no follow-ups, please.

Finalists will be asked to submit references, including name, email, and phone number, of at least two former supervisors. All offers will be contingent upon reference checks as well as a background check.

Applications should include
[×] Resume
[×] Cover letter

Part-Time On Call Juvenile Detention Officer Juvenile Detention Center

Part-Time On Call Juvenile Detention Officer Juvenile Detention Center

*This position has a bona fide occupational qualification that must be filled by a female*

Salary: $18.78 per hour Closing Date: January 26, 2020 at 11:59 PM PST
Do you have the ability to work varied shifts with little notice?

Would you enjoy the challenge of working as part of a team committed to the goal of rehabilitating juvenile offenders?

Do you have the ability to exert a calming influence and gain the cooperation of people in crisis or emotionally charged situations?

Do you enjoy and have experience working with youth?
If you are looking for rewarding work that will have a positive impact on our community, Whatcom County is interested in learning more about your qualifications and experience to fill this key role in the Whatcom County’s Juvenile Detention Center. Juvenile Detention is a safe and secure environment for youth who have been arrested pending a court appearance or who have been sentenced to serve time after a court appearance. The temporary Juvenile Detention Officer position serves a critical role ensuring a humane, safe and rehabilitative environment for juvenile offenders.

Key duties include:
• Monitoring the detention facility security to ensure the safety of juveniles and staff

• Directing and/or participating in activities and programs for juveniles

• Escorting juveniles to appointments, as well as overseeing visits from authorized visitors

• Documenting observations of daily behaviors, including writing reports
Qualifications
Requires a high school diploma or GED AND two years of experience working with youth or two years of experience in residential treatment and treatment and supervision, military security or supervision. OR Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice or closely related field.
Experience with at-risk youth and security is desired.
A bachelor’s degree in social sciences or criminology is desired.
An eligible applicant will:
• have a driving record that meets County standards.

• possess a valid driver’s license at time of hire and throughout employment.

• pass job-related tests.

• pass polygraph and psychological exam.

• have a background check that meets County criteria.

Whatcom County is an Equal Opportunity Employer

To apply: Please visit our website http://www.whatcomcounty.us/jobs

Human Resources, 311 Grand Avenue, Suite 107, Bellingham, WA 98225

Deputy I – PA

Deputy I – PA

Closes On: January 12, 2020 at 04:30 PM PST

Location: County Courthouse, Bellingham, WA 98225
Department: Prosecuting Attorney
Job Status: Full-Time
Days Worked: Mon., Tue., Wed., Thu., Fri.
Status: Accepting Applications
Details: Recruitment Extended
Apply Now
Job Summary
At the Whatcom County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, we have a clear vision: to enhance the quality of life for all citizens in Whatcom County and to be leaders of fair prosecution and progressive prevention initiatives. We pride ourselves on relentlessly pursuing delivery of outstanding results in everything we do, and we know our organization runs on the hard work and dedication of our passionate and innovative team.

At the Prosecutor’s Office, we welcome, embrace, and respect diversity of people, identities, and cultures. We strive to build and nurture a culture where inclusiveness is a reflex – not an initiative. We know through experience that different ideas, perspectives, and backgrounds create a stronger and more creative work environment that delivers better results.
Whatcom County’s Prosecuting Attorney’s Office is currently recruiting for a Deputy I.
The Deputy I represents the interest of the State of Washington, as guided by the Supervisor, in routine criminal and juvenile legal actions commencing with the pre-filing, investigative stage and continuing through the post-filing litigation process, including probation review hearings.  Primary caseload will be in the District Court division handling a trial caseload of adult misdemeanor/gross misdemeanor cases.
Trial experience in District or Municipal Court is preferred for this assignment.
Visit the Job Description Page to view more details about this specific job.

Qualifications
Must be a current member in good standing of the Washington State Bar Association,
Trial experience in criminal law is desirable, but not necessary.
Background Check must meet Elected Prosecutor’s criteria.
Required to successfully complete all continuing legal education requirements as mandated by the Washington State Bar Association, which includes 13 hours general and 2 hours of ethics credits per year throughout employment.

Must have a driving record that meets County standards and possess a valid driver’s license at time of hire and throughout employment.
Salary

Unrepresented Resolution
Deputy I – Range: 330
2019 Salary range: $5,253 – $7,187 per month
2020 Salary range:  $5,411 – $7,296

Supervisor: Assistant Chief Criminal Deputy Prosecutor

Application Special Instructions

On a separate piece of paper please answer the following questions.
Describe your trail experience in District or Municipal Court, whether you were lead counsel or co-counsel, and other factors related to the number of cases tried.

Describe why you are interested in the position of Deputy I, Prosecuting Attorney.

Is there any other relevant skills or experience you bring to this position?
Please attach this completed form to your online application using the Document Upload area within the application.

LAW Advocates’

LAW Advocates’ Mission: Provide free civil legal assistance to low-income Whatcom County residents by linking them with attorney and community volunteers.

Overview: A State ID is required for many ordinary but important activities—accessing medical care, banking, applying for a job or housing, and getting government benefits. Access ID helps low-income and homeless community members overcome barriers and navigate the confusing and often frustrating process of obtaining a Washington State ID Card. Access ID seeks an intern interested in developing leadership skills and gaining experience in case management as part of a dynamic team. The position is ideal for someone wanting to explore careers in the legal field or social services.

Training provided. Hours: 10 hours per week (including some Saturday afternoons); available on Wednesday from 1-3pm

Start Date: January 2020 (with training in December, if possible)

Commitment: 6 months Locations: LAW Advocates office & Bellingham Public Library

Central Branch Responsible to: Hilary Goode, Access ID Coordinator

Learning Objectives:

• Perform intake interviews and accommodate client needs (literacy, language, etc.)

• Apply case management skills including data entry, research, ordering documents, and follow-up

• Practice creative problem solving with the Access ID team

• Demonstrate leadership skills through direct supervision of volunteers

• Assess the Access ID program and propose improvements

Qualifications:

• Passion for LAW Advocates’ mission

• Ability to serve as a positive and professional representative of LAW Advocates

• Must maintain strict confidentiality

• Must submit to a background check; arrests or convictions will be examined case-by-case and will not automatically disqualify a candidate

• Organized, attention to detail, strong written and verbal communication skills

• Ability to work with people of diverse backgrounds and maintain positive relationships with volunteers, staff, clients, and community partners

• Commitment to treating all clients with respect and a high-level of customer service

• Tech savvy and strong research skills

• Independent worker not needing close supervision; reliable; good judgment
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Benefits:

• Improve the lives of low-income community members and further the mission of LAW Advocates

• Develop leadership skills, gain experience in case management, volunteer supervision, and program coordination

• Exposure to the legal field and nonprofit sector

• Obtain college credit, if offered by your school/program

Questions? Contact Hilary Goode, Access ID Coordinator at 360-671-6079 x25

To Apply: Submit a resume and cover letter addressing why you are interested and why you are a good fit for this position to:

Hilary Goode, Access ID Coordinator hilary@lawadvocates.org by Monday, December 9, 2019 at 5pm.

Deputy I – PA

Deputy I – PA

Closes On: December 18, 2019 at 04:30 PM PST

Location: County Courthouse, Bellingham, WA 98225
Department: Prosecuting Attorney
Job Status: Full-Time
Days Worked: Mon., Tue., Wed., Thu., Fri.
Status: Accepting Applications
Apply Now
Job Summary
Apply Early – 1st review of applicants will be on December 9th!
At the Whatcom County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, we have a clear vision: to enhance the quality of life for all citizens in Whatcom County and to be leaders of fair prosecution and progressive prevention initiatives. We pride ourselves on relentlessly pursuing delivery of outstanding results in everything we do, and we know our organization runs on the hard work and dedication of our passionate and innovative team.

At the Prosecutor’s Office, we welcome, embrace, and respect diversity of people, identities, and cultures. We strive to build and nurture a culture where inclusiveness is a reflex – not an initiative. We know through experience that different ideas, perspectives, and backgrounds create a stronger and more creative work environment that delivers better results.
Whatcom County’s Prosecuting Attorney’s Office is currently recruiting for a Deputy I.
The Deputy I represents the interest of the State of Washington, as guided by the Supervisor, in routine criminal and juvenile legal actions commencing with the pre-filing, investigative stage and continuing through the post-filing litigation process, including probation review hearings.  Primary caseload will be in the District Court division handling a trial caseload of adult misdemeanor/gross misdemeanor cases.
Trial experience in District or Municipal Court is preferred for this assignment.
Visit the Job Description Page to view more details about this specific job.

Qualifications
Must be a current member in good standing of the Washington State Bar Association,
Trial experience in criminal law is desirable, but not necessary.
Background Check must meet Elected Prosecutor’s criteria.
Required to successfully complete all continuing legal education requirements as mandated by the Washington State Bar Association, which includes 13 hours general and 2 hours of ethics credits per year throughout employment.

Must have a driving record that meets County standards and possess a valid driver’s license at time of hire and throughout employment.
Salary

Unrepresented Resolution
Deputy I – Range: 330
2019 Salary range: $5,253 – $7,187 per month
2020 Salary range:  $5,411 – $7,296

Supervisor: Assistant Chief Criminal Deputy Prosecutor

Application Special Instructions

On a separate piece of paper please answer the following questions.
Describe your trail experience in District or Municipal Court, whether you were lead counsel or co-counsel, and other factors related to the number of cases tried.

Describe why you are interested in the position of Deputy I, Prosecuting Attorney.

Is there any other relevant skills or experience you bring to this position?
Please attach this completed form to your online application using the Document Upload area within the application.

Part-Time On Call Juvenile Detention Officer Juvenile Detention Center

Part-Time On Call Juvenile Detention Officer Juvenile Detention Center

*Multiple positions available*

Salary: $18.78 per hour

Closing Date: December 2, 2019 at 4:30 PM Do you have the ability to work varied shifts with little notice?

Would you enjoy the challenge of working as part of a team committed to the goal of rehabilitating juvenile offenders?

Do you have the ability to exert a calming influence and gain the cooperation of people in crisis or emotionally charged situations?

Do you enjoy and have experience working with youth? If you are looking for rewarding work that will have a positive impact on our community, Whatcom County is interested in learning more about your qualifications and experience to fill this key role in the Whatcom County’s Juvenile Detention Center. Juvenile Detention is a safe and secure environment for youth who have been arrested pending a court appearance or who have been sentenced to serve time after a court appearance. The temporary Juvenile Detention Officer position serves a critical role ensuring a humane, safe and rehabilitative environment for juvenile offenders.

Key duties include:
• Monitoring the detention facility security to ensure the safety of juveniles and staff

• Directing and/or participating in activities and programs for juveniles

• Escorting juveniles to appointments, as well as overseeing visits from authorized visitors

• Documenting observations of daily behaviors, including writing reports
Qualifications Requires a high school diploma or GED AND two years of experience working with youth or two years of experience in residential treatment and treatment and supervision, military security or supervision. OR Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice or closely related field. Experience with at-risk youth and security is desired.

A bachelor’s degree in social sciences or criminology is desired. An eligible applicant will:

• have a driving record that meets County standards.

• possess a valid driver’s license at time of hire and throughout employment.

• pass job-related tests.

• pass polygraph and psychological exam.

• have a background check that meets County criteria.

 

Whatcom County is an Equal Opportunity Employer
To apply: Please visit our website http://www.whatcomcounty.us/jobs
Human Resources, 311 Grand Avenue, Suite 107, Bellingham, WA 98225

Clerk III Parks & Recreation Department

WHATCOM COUNTY JOB ANNOUNCEMENT
Whatcom County is an Equal Opportunity Employer

To apply: Please visit our website http://www.whatcomcounty.us/jobs

Human Resources, 311 Grand Avenue, Suite 107, Bellingham, WA 98225

Clerk III Parks & Recreation Department

Closing Date: November 17, 2019 at 4:30 pm
The Parks & Recreation Department is recruiting for the Clerk III position at its headquarters building, 3373 Mt Baker Highway, Bellingham, just west of the Smith Road roundabout.
This is a front-desk customer service position. Essential duties include:

• Answering phones and customer service inquiries. Processing registrations and reservations for classes, campsites and park facility rentals. Calculating and collecting fees in accordance with Parks and Recreation policies. Clearly communicating reservation and cancellation policies to customers and applying department policies to accurately process requests for refunds.

• Supporting activities of the Parks & Recreation Commission, including transcribing minutes from audio recordings of meetings, maintaining and distributing documents and communication, and assisting in creation of agendas.

• Processing purchase order requests and maintaining department accounts payable systems. Auditing invoices for payment and maintaining accurate accounting records. Processing department interfund transfers.

• Preparing documents for project closeout and retainage payment in accordance with all regulatory agencies.

• Documenting and tracking various parks equipment and assets. Tracking expenses for park maintenance projects. Maintaining spreadsheets.
Qualifications

• High school diploma or GED

• 3 years of progressively responsible general office, clerical and/or secretarial experience.

• Work experience with customer reception, computer data entry, filing, recordkeeping, and basic bookkeeping.

• Must be proficient with Microsoft Word and Excel.

• Ability to type proficiently and accurately at 40 net words per minute

• Ability to use a calculator by touch with accuracy at 110 net strokes per minute
Salary:

Starting wage $17.10 – $18.52 per hour, depending on qualifications. These rates increase to $17.45 – $18.89 per hour in 2020.
Full Salary Range $17.10 – $25.93 per hour, increasing to $17.45 – $26.45 per hour in 2020.
The position is entitled to annual step increases the first eleven years, plus cost of living adjustments contained in the union contract.
Benefits: Whatcom County offers a comprehensive benefits package with medical, dental and vision coverage for employees, spouses and eligible dependents with no cost to employees for the premium. Our benefits package also includes attractive paid leave provisions including vacation, sick leave and 12 paid holidays per year. Employees participate in the Washington State Retirement System and may also enroll in an optional deferred compensation program.

WhatCOMM Police Dispatcher

Job position / title
WhatCOMM Police Dispatcher
Name of business / employer
City of Bellingham
Job description / duties
The City of Bellingham is actively seeking qualified applicants for the position of WhatCOMM Police Dispatcher. Applicants interested in this position must complete testing through Public Safety Testing.

Please visit the Public Safety Testing website (www.publicsafetytesting.com) for information regarding the testing process. All testing must be completed between June 29, 2019 and January 8, 2020.

Salary Information:
2019 Wages:
$23.45/hr – WhatCOMM Dispatcher-in-Training
$24.87/hr – $29.67/hr – WhatCOMM Dispatcher (fully trained)

This recruitment process will create a Civil Service eligibility register that will be used to fill vacancies should they occur.

A Public Safety Dispatcher receives and processes telephone requests for police, fire and medical emergency response. The person in this position determines the nature, urgency and jurisdiction of a call and either dispatches public safety personnel and equipment to the scene of the emergency or transfers the call to the appropriate jurisdiction. The Dispatcher enters information from the caller and responding units into a computer-aided dispatch software program and continually updates the status of those responding to the incident. The WhatCOMM Dispatch center serves as the Public Safety Answering Point for Whatcom County. The center also serves as the activation point for the AMBER Alert Plan for North Puget Sound.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
1.Receives, prioritizes, and routes emergency telephone calls from the public to appropriate jurisdictions. Enters the nature, location and source of the emergency call into a computer terminal using computer-aided dispatch software. Retrieves and evaluates information from the computer-based on knowledge of dispatch and emergency response procedures, status of available emergency responders and familiarity with major roads, local businesses and geographic features. Relays call information and/or dispatches appropriate Police personnel to the scene of the reported incident.
2.Enters and receives information such as wants, stolen vehicles, missing persons and runaways from a computer terminal with a nationwide law enforcement database and transmits requested information to law enforcement personnel in the field.
3.Communicates with a variety of agencies including US Customs, Canadian Customs, WSP, US Border Patrol, USCG, Homeland Security and Whidbey Island Naval Base regarding warrant service and resources that the agencies have available for emergencies.
4.Regularly contacts and updates status of field units according to established procedures and protocols. Contacts various resources as requested by field units.
5.Receives non-emergency telephone complaints and inquiries from the public. Determines the nature of the call based on established procedures and either refers the caller to the appropriate agency or enters the call in the computer and dispatches units according to the priority and urgency of the call.
6.Staffs the NAWAS phone and notifies Whatcom County Department of Emergency Management of changes. Notifies San Juan County of all situations that may affect them.

WORKING ENVIRONMENT:

The work is performed in an office environment at a computer workstation using different desktop computer systems, a multi-line telephone system and extensive radio communications equipment to receive, input and process urgent information. Frequently take calls from extremely upset citizens requesting an emergency response. Citizens are sometimes hostile or relate very unpleasant situations in graphic detail. Workload intensity varies considerably from one minute to the next and requires frequent swings from urgent independent decision making to cooperative teamwork through a self-directed workgroup, with guidance from the Deputy Director.

The working environment includes:
•Rotating shifts covering 24 hours a day, seven days a week, including holidays.
•Frequent changes in multi-jurisdictional policies and procedures, periodic workstation relocation and changes in equipment availability.

Qualifications

EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING:

•A minimum of one year of experience in a position with intensive public contact.
•Keyboard entry skills at a minimum of 40 wpm net.
•Experience or training in the use of computer software such as word processing, spreadsheets, database management, desktop publishing programs or other business/educational software preferred.
•Experience using multi-line phone systems preferred.
•Must acquire within first year of training a working knowledge of the geography of Whatcom County to include: cities and towns, locations and names of highways, main streets, major buildings and businesses and establishments such as names of parks.
•Previous experience in public safety dispatching preferred.
NECESSARY SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

•Must be able to obtain and maintain ACCESS certification within three months of hire.
•Must obtain and maintain Telecommunicator 1 & 2 certifications within twelve months of hire.
•Must pass a hearing evaluation prior to hire.
•Must pass a Police criminal convictions records check, background investigation, psychological exam, and polygraph exam prior to hire.
•Must pass a pre-employment drug screen.
•Must have a telephone at place of residence or a cell phone.

Application deadline / closing date
01/08/2020
Salary / rate of pay
See posting
Days and hours of employment
FT
Person or department to contact
Human Resources
Business address
104 W. Magnolia Street, Bellingham, WA 98225
Email
hr@cob.org
Phone
360.778.8220
How to apply

SELECTION PROCESS:
**You are encouraged to print a copy of this job announcement for your reference as the process moves along.**
Step 1: Applicants interested in this position must complete testing through Public Safety Testing. Please visit the Public Safety Testing website (www.PublicSafetyTesting.com) for information regarding the testing process. All testing must be completed between June 29, 2019 and January 8, 2020.
Public Safety Testing offers multiple dates and locations to complete testing. They will be offering one testing date in Bellingham on January 7, 2020.

Step 2: The City of Bellingham will use the scoring criteria recommended by Public Safety Testing to determine the highest ranked qualified applicants. The top forty scoring candidates will be invited via email on or around January 10, 2020 to complete a City of Bellingham Employment Application online.

Step 3: Candidates that meet minimum qualifications will be invited via email on or around January 31, 2019 to participate in Skills Testing.

Step 4: The Skills Testing sessions are tentatively scheduled for the week of February 10, 2020, in Bellingham, WA. Candidates must appear in person to complete the Skills Testing.

Step 5: Qualified Candidates will be placed on a ranked eligibility register based on the Public Safety Testing score, worth 60% of the final score and the Skills Testing score, worth 40% of the final score. Candidates will be notified of final score and rank on or around February 18, 2020.

The top scoring 15 candidates or the top 25%, whichever is greater, will be referred to the Department for final assessment on or around February 27, 2020.

Please Note: Candidates will receive updates regarding application status via email. Please be sure to check your email frequently.

Clerk IV Treasurer’s Office

WHATCOM COUNTY JOB ANNOUNCEMENT
Whatcom County is an Equal Opportunity Employer

To apply: Please visit our website http://www.whatcomcounty.us/jobs

Human Resources, 311 Grand Avenue, Suite 107, Bellingham, WA 98225

Clerk IV Treasurer’s Office

Salary: $17.81 – $26.99 per hour Closing Date: November 11, 2019 at 4:30 PM
The Treasurer’s Office has an opening for the position of Clerk IV. This is a front-line customer service position working at the cashier window of the Treasurer’s Office on the first floor of the County Courthouse. Essential duties include: Receives payments, issues receipts and updates records. Verifies accuracy of payments received.

Receives deposits from taxing districts and departments, verifies completeness and accuracy of information on remittance forms, and issues receipts.

Balances cash and checks received each day with system totals, and prepares the daily bank deposit including imaging, reconciling, and transmitting electronic check deposits.

Process documents to transfer property, including review, calculation and verification of excise tax affidavits in accordance with legal requirements.

Enters, verifies and reconciles Autopay files and records.

Images and reconciles excise affidavits.

Prepares confidential documents for destruction.

Qualifications

Required: High school diploma or GED.

15 credit hours of college-level courses such as office management, data entry, spreadsheets and word processing.

3 years of progressively responsible office, bookkeeping, clerical and/or secretarial experience INCLUDING 2 years of direct cash handling, cashiering, or bank teller experience. Ability to type accurately and proficiently with a speed of 40 net words per minute, and perform ten-key at 150 net strokes per minute.

Desired: Knowledge of real estate transactions and state laws relating to excise taxes is preferred.