Pioneer Community Energy seeks a Board Clerk/Executive Assistant
The Board Clerk/Executive Assistant is responsible for performing a variety of highly responsible, confidential and complex administrative support duties for the Executive Director and for providing administrative support to the Board of Directors. Duties include:
Preparing, organizing, printing, distributing, following up and documenting Board and committee agendas for which the Board of Directors serves as governing board.
Posting and publicly noticing agendas, hearings, and other required notices consistent with the Brown Act.
Attending Board of Directors and committee meetings and recording all official proceedings; preparing meeting minutes and other documents.
Preparing and assembling Board of Directors meeting agenda items.
Screening calls, visitors and mail; responding to sensitive requests for information and assistance; resolving concerns and complaints.
Interpreting Authority policies and administrative regulations, procedures, laws and regulations in response to inquiries and complaints; referring inquiries as appropriate.
Participating in and assisting in the administration of the Executive Director’s office; preparing comprehensive reports and compiling information to be used in special projects and reports.
Making travel arrangements, maintaining appointment schedules and calendars and arranging meetings, conferences and civic functions for the Executive Director, Board of Directors and other staff.
Planning, prioritizing, assigning, supervising and reviewing the work of administrative support staff involved in the operations of the Authority.
Researching, compiling and analyzing data for special projects and various reports.
Serve as filing officer for the Fair Political Practices Commission.
Qualified candidates will possess a knowledge of advanced English usage, spelling, grammar and punctuation; modern office equipment and methods including use of computer applications; budgeting and fiscal control procedures and techniques; pertinent Federal, State, and local laws, codes and regulations including Brown Act, Fair Political Practices and Conflict of Interest as well as have an ability to perform responsible and difficult administrative support work involving the use of independent judgment and personal initiative.
EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION
Any combination of experience and training that would provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities would be qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge, skills and abilities would be:
Four years of increasingly responsible administrative support experience that included providing direct support to management level staff within a public agency.
Training:Equivalent to an Associate’s degree with coursework in business administration, accounting, finance or a related field.
To be considered, submit an application, cover letter, resume, and three professional references to Shellie Anderson at Bryce Consulting. The recruitment is open until filled with the first screening on September 28, 2020. For an application, go to:http://pioneercommunityenergy.ca.gov/about-us/careers/
Additional Salary Information: Pioneer offers competitive benefits including
13 paid holidays
12 days paid personal and family sick and medical leave
3 days paid for bereavement leave
40 hours of Volunteer Paid Time Off to allow employees to support the community in which they work.
•Vacation at 10 days for 0-2 years of service, 12 days for 3-4 years of service, 15 days for 5-9 years of service, 20 days for 10-19 years of services, 25 days for 20+ years of service
80 hours of management leave
Excellent health insurance options, including medical, dental, and vision for employees and their dependents with Pioneer paying up to $1,891 per month for employee and dependent coverages
Full contribution to a 457(b) deferred compensation plan ($19,500)
Access to professional development opportunities and team-building activities