Employment Opportunities

City Elections Officer (Auditor-Analyst II) - City of Portland

Opens: Monday, March 9, 2020
Closes: Monday, April 6, 2020:
Salary Range: $65,811 – $109,491

The City Auditor’s Office is seeking a quick-thinking, detail-oriented person with good communications skills to serve as the City Elections Officer and manage the lobbyist registration and political consultant reporting programs.

The City Elections Officer carries out a core function assigned by Charter to the Auditor. This position oversees City elections, including determining whether potential candidates and initiative petitions meet eligibility requirements to appear on the ballot. The position, which is classified as an Analyst II, also manages requirements in City Code that lobbyists, City Officials, and political consultants register and report activities quarterly. Regulatory oversight of these programs requires the City Elections Officer/Analyst II to be comfortable switching roles, including imposing penalties for violations, providing technical information to officials and the public, and conducting timely compliance reviews and investigations.

Successful candidates for this position will demonstrate an ability to work within overlapping deadlines and juggle a variety of program requirements in a highly organized manner; make impartial decisions in politically charged environments; and appropriately apply State law, City Charter, and City Code in a variety of circumstances.

There are five divisions in the Auditor’s Office, which is led by an elected Auditor and is independent of the Mayor, City Council, and Bureau managers. The Elections Officer/Analyst II position is in the Operations Management Division.

If you have questions about how to apply or require any assistance in submitting your application, please contact:
 
Andrew Bryans, Administrative Specialist
Andrew.Bryans@portlandoregon.gov
(503) 823-4079  

Deputy City Recorder - City of Beaverton

The City of Beaverton is seeking a qualified Deputy City Recorder to join the City Recorder's Program team.  This position works in a dynamic, fast-paced environment, with a wide variety of duties necessary to provide information and transparent government services to the public.  Major responsibilities include coordinating City Council meeting packets, assisting the City Recorder in conducting City elections, and acting as the City Recorder in their absence. 

The City Recorder's Program falls within the Office of the Mayor. The Deputy plays a key support role to the City Recorder.  It is a full-time position, working standard office hours (M-F, 8-5) and some evenings (1-4 times per month). The Program is staffed by three full-time positions (City Recorder, Deputy City Recorder, Support Specialist) who actively work with City staff, elected officials and the public.

The Deputy City Recorder assists and acts in a confidential capacity to a person who formulates, determines and effectuates management policies in the area of collective bargaining (ORS 243.650). This is a management (M3), non-exempt classification.  

This is a non-exempt, management position. 

Compensation

Wage Rate: $25.13-$33.68 per hour

For detailed information on this position, see the Deputy City Recorder Classification on the City's Website: https://www.beavertonoregon.gov/166/Human-Resources

City Clerk - City of Newcastle

City Clerk – Position is Open Until Filled – First Review 1/21/20

Rated as one of the best small towns in America, the City of Newcastle emphasizes a sense of community both externally and internally. We are friendly, accountable, empathetic and professional in delivering outstanding customer service. Newcastle supports one another understanding that we are better together than alone.

The City Clerk enjoys a variety of municipal requirements where no two days are the same. The City Clerk supports the City Council by facilitating the legislative process and ensuring compliance with open public meetings and legal requirements, such as: producing agenda meetings and minutes for the City Council and Commission meetings.  The City Clerk also administers the records management program and this the city’s public records and public information officer. The Clerk also provides notary services. 

For the full job description and to apply please see https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/newcastlewa

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