2023-96 - Land Development Clerk
2023-96 - Land Development Clerk
|Land Development Clerk
|Development and Regulatory Enforcement Services
|The incumbent in this class assists management to achieve an efficient operation in the Land Development Section of the Department through reliable performance in typing, clerical and receptionist duties; observing and complying with municipal policies and ensuring the safety and security of confidential material pertaining to the Department's operation.
The incumbent will perform a variety of typing, filing, clerical and receptionist duties varying in degree of responsibility and moderate complexity. The incumbent shall process moderately complex and familiar phases of work governed by established routine, procedures and policies.
The incumbent will be required to process a variety of forms, correspondence and related material from copies, rough drafts or by general instructions for the processing of land development applications including subdivisions, servicing agreements, latecomer agreements, restrictive covenants and security deposits;
The incumbent will provide front-line assistance and information to the public at the receptionist counter and over the telephone as required. The incumbent will assist others in the processing of all other department applications, including, but not limited to, receiving and issuing all, servicing and highway access permits, building permits and burning permits; file forms, reports, documents and related material and perform other clerical tasks.
The incumbent will perform other related duties as assigned. Assignments and responsibilities are performed under general supervision in accordance with established routine, and performance is subject to review, inspection and evaluation by the Director.
|Must have a minimum of grade 12 education plus 1 year post secondary studies in legal conveyancing or 5 years experience in land conveyancing.
|-Knowledgeable of the functions, methods, rules, procedures and regulations of the operation;
-Good knowledge of business English, spelling and punctuation and able to perform arithmetic calculations and computations;
-Good knowledge of modern business office practices and procedures;
-Able to type accurately;
-Able to authoritatively process a variety of calls, complaints and inquiries and provide information and assistance to the public on procedural, regulatory and related matters accurately and completely;
-Able to perform clerical assignments with minimum supervision;
-Able to be polite, courteous and tactful in dealing with the public and be neat and presentable in appearance;
-Able to operate a variety of standard office equipment;
-Able to establish and maintain an effective working relationship with department officials and other members of staff.
The incumbent in this class will normally work the standard work week of Monday to Friday in accordance with the hours specified and on occasion work overtime as authorized. The employee in this class, upon hiring, will have union dues deducted from source in accordance with the Collective Agreement. The employee shall be responsible for performing tasks associated with secretarial "housekeeping" duties.
|$32.03 per hour (2023 Rate)
|Permanent Full Time
|2023-08-18 04:30 PM