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Executive Assistant to DCAO
NOTE CLOSING DATE OF MAY 30.
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Minimum Starting Salary: $16.91 per hour
NATURE OF WORK:
Performs highly responsible complex secretarial, administrative and clerical work for the Deputy Chief Administrative Officer and, on a relief basis, occasionally for other key City executives. The position involves considerable public contact and requires skill in handling difficult situations, complicated schedules, and inflexible deadlines. Performs a variety of complex secretarial tasks which require independent judgment and action, including making administrative decisions in accordance with organizational policies and practices. This job class is distinguished by the fact that considerable independence for action (decision making) is delegated in order to relieve the DCAO of operational details and routine matters. Work performed may require familiarity with the terminology used in the assigned area in addition to extensive knowledge of the programs, policies, and procedures of the assigned area as well as general knowledge of other City programs and procedures. Direction is received in the form of broad statements/general outlines which consist primarily of objectives, priorities, deadlines, and suggested available resources. Employees are expected to plan, develop work routines, and complete assignments with minimum supervision. Only unusually important or complicated assignments are checked in detail upon completion.
High school diploma with four years performing progressively more responsible secretarial and administrative work including office management and use of Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint; or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience. Must type 55 CWPM. Certified Professional Secretary Certificate desired. Finalists may be asked to take one or more computer, writing skills, and/or audio typing (transcription) tests prior to selection.