$29.04-$43.47 Hourly / $5,033.60-$7,534.80 Monthly / $60,403.20-$90,417.60 Yearly
Performs lead duties for the purpose of organizing teamwork activities; issues work assignments; reviews work of subordinate staff for accuracy and tracks/reports the progress of work to supervisor.
Receives and coordinates all public records requests citywide, except for TPD; acknowledges receipt of all public records requests; ensures the accuracy of information being processed; oversees and maintains tracking system for all requests; researches information for all requests; fulfills requests through available resources; performs appropriate redaction of documents; submits documents to legal for review.
Expedites flow of information between various divisions/personnel as necessary; serves as liaison between the public and/or City departments.Performs related work as required.
Considerable knowledge of: public records laws; city organization and department responsibilities; pertinent ordinances, laws, rules, regulations, and standard operating procedures; effective communications techniques; records keeping techniques; business English, spelling, punctuation, grammar and composition; basic mathematical calculations; standard office practices and procedures.
Ability to: search for, compile data and prepare reports from files and other sources; make decisions in accordance with laws, regulations and policy and apply these to work problems; rapidly acquire knowledge of administrative and procedural regulations and work independently on complex administrative matters; coordinate work with other departments, legal and the media; speak clearly and communicate effectively; interpret ordinances, regulations, rules, and standard operating procedures in a clear, concise manner; understand and carry out complex oral and written instructions; establish and maintain effective working relationships with public officials, employees and the general public and deal with public relations problems effectively, courteously, and tactfully.Skill in: utilizing GOVQA public records management software; managing and organizing a large volume of assignments.
Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor’s degree and three (3) years of experience in research or records maintenance preferably with experience related to public records; or an associate' degree and five (5) years of experience in research or records maintenance preferably with experience related to public records. Paralegal training and 6 months of lead or supervisory experience is preferred.