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Assistant Administrator Wanted for The Town of Gull Lake

Town of Gull Lake

Assistant Administrator

Hours of Work:  35 hours per week (negotiable upon qualifications)

Qualifications:• Proficient in MS Office applications• Bondable• Ability to work with confidential information• Ability to work with the public• Strong willingness to learn• Excellent written and oral communication skills• Knowledge with Munisoft software is an asset• Basic accounting skills are considered an asset• Website maintenance is an asset• Preference will be given to applicants with Local Government Certification or those working towards Certification

Duties:• Various clerical and reception duties including answering the phone, receipting payments, preparing bank deposits,accounts payable, payroll, responding to queries or requests from the public, etc.• Monitoring outstanding customer accounts• Ensure office is organized by keeping inventory of supplies, anticipating future needs, and providing support where required• Various other duties as directed by the Administrator or Council

This position is directly responsible to the Administrator or Council.

Interested applicants should apply by May 11, 2021 with a resume stating qualifications, experience and references to:

​​​​Town of Gull Lake

​​​​Box 150

Gull Lake, SK S0N 1A0

We thank those who apply, however only successful applicants will be contacted for an interview.

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