The fundamental reason this classification exists is to assist in the planning, development and organization of neighborhood associations in community self-help activities. Work procedures include but are not limited to general office duties such as typing various forms, reports, documentation, ordering supplies, organizing office filing systems, assisting in functions such as payroll and budget, handling cash drawers, office inventory, answering phones and/or basic bookkeeping. The essential functions are; provides administrative and technical support; promotes citizen involvement in neighborhood issues, develops and provides resources for neighborhoods; assists in administering and monitoring grant projects/contracts; assist in planning, coordinating and managing various events to include speaking engagements, educational visits at schools/community forums and other special events; provides customer service to various individuals; and performs miscellaneous duties as needed to provide support for neighborhoods. All essential functions are not performed by all position incumbents dependent upon the incumbent’s primary area of responsibility. However, all position incumbents perform a majority of the essential functions. Supervision is received from the Neighborhood Services Department Head.
High school diploma or G.E.D. and two years of responsible administrative support experience to include planning, developing, and organizing duties.
NOTE: Qualifying education, training and experience that provide the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the job will be considered.
Must work nights, weekends and holidays as required. Must have and maintain a valid driver’s license and insurable driving record as needed to travel to various locations to conduct neighborhood meetings and training. Physical ability to lift equipment and supplies up to 25 pounds as needed to prepare and conduct meetings and training.