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Reporting to and assisting the CAO with all legislative duties, the coordination of senior management team activities, records management, assignments and related activities of the CAO and Council relating to the MGA and other legislations.

POSITION SUMMARY:

Reporting to the CAO, the Legislative Services Coordinator is responsible for assisting the CAO with all legislative duties, the coordination of senior management team activities, records management, administration and follow-through of the CAO's office delegated assignments and related activities in accordance with the Municipal Government Act and other Provincial and Federal legislations, Council approved Bylaws, directions, policies and Strategic/Business Plan.

 QUALIFICATIONS:

 

  1. Completion of Grade 12 diploma. Master or Bachelor of Public Administration through a recognized institution; other relatively equivalent education in combination with substantial municipal/government experience may be considered.
  2. Completion or near completion of National Advanced Certificate Level I and II in Local Authority Administration.
  3. Minimum of 5 years' experience in a position similar in responsibilities in a municipal environment.
  4. Proactive thinker that is able to anticipate and prepare in ever changing environment, ability to work independently.
  5. Must be able to support and foster positive working environment; be a team player with superior interpersonal skills.
  6. Superior attention to detail and proof reading skills, verbal and written communication skills.
  7. Proven ability to train, supervise, mentor and lead.
  8. Working knowledge/proficiency of the Municipal Government Act.
  9. Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, Publisher, Outlook and PowerPoint.
  10. FOIP certification and working proficiency with FOIP matters.
  11. Obtain and/or maintain membership in Alberta Municipal Records Management Association and obtain the necessary training to perform the records management clerk duties.
  12. Ability to interact well with, and respond to inquiries from management, employees, council and ratepayers.
  13. Budgeting or basic accounting knowledge and experience.
  14. Must be able to perform the duties listed above with high degree of quality, timeliness, precision, and confidentiality.
  15. Ability to provide a satisfactory Criminal Records check and Class 5 Driver's License abstract.

 

This position reports to the Chief Administrative Officer. We offer a competitive salary and an excellent Group Benefits Package.  The above statements are intended to describe the general nature of the position and not a complete job description of all responsibilities and activities required for this position.

Applications will be accepted until a suitable qualified candidate is selected.  Saddle Hills County would like to thank all those interested in the position.  Only those considered for an interview will be contacted.  Please send resumes clearly marked "Personal & Confidential" to:

 

Legislative Services Coordinator

Human Resources

Saddle Hills County

R.R. #1

Spirit River, AB  T0H 3G0

E-mail to: careers@saddlehills.ab.ca 

Fax: (780)864-3904   Ph. (780)864-3760

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