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City Clerk job description

A City Clerk is a professional responsible for a variety of tasks that range from administering oaths and recording documents to overseeing city codes. 

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City Clerk responsibilities include:

  • Recording, editing, and distributing minutes of council meetings
  • Communicating effectively with management, government officials and staff
  • Acting as a liaison between the City Council and the public

Job brief

We are looking for an organized City Clerk to join our team to coordinate clerical duties within a municipal government. This individual will work with members of the council and other departments to execute their agenda.

A City Clerk’s responsibilities include recording minutes of council meetings and maintaining all municipal documents. They must also prepare meeting agendas that report on current issues facing our community, store financial records in a secure location and retrieve them when needed.

Ultimately, you will work with various departments across our local government to ensure council members can achieve their agendas. 

Responsibilities

  • Draft meeting agendas and bylaws
  • Record data and ensure that documents are stored, filed and maintained correctly
  • Utilize computer databases and software
  • Prepare and maintain official reports, legal documents, financial records and reference material
  • Coordinate municipal elections

Requirements and skills

  • Proven work experience as a City Clerk or similar role
  • Computer skills and knowledge of software applications
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Time management and organizational skills
  • A Bachelor’s degree in business administration is preferred

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