Aroostook County, Maine
Town Clerk/Tax Collector
Town of Woodland is accepting applications for the position of Town Clerk/Deputy Tax Collector, Deputy treasurer This is a position of high responsibility that involves extensive public interaction and management of the day-to-day operations of the Clerk’s Office including, but not limited to, preparation and maintenance of official documents, supervision of elections, issuance of numerous permits and licenses, administrative activities, and preparation of reports to the Town and various state agencies.
Applicant must have the ability to communicate effectively, handle multiple priorities, maintain a high standard for customer service, and perform all work in accordance with applicable laws, ordinances, and Town policies. Applicant must possess knowledge of basic accounting principles and procedures and proficiency with Microsoft Office software with TRIO accounting software a plus. Preference will be given to applicants with municipal experience. Pay depends on experience.
Treasurer/Tax Collector deputy town clerk
This is responsible administrative and fiscal work in the handling of Town funds.
Employee of this class is responsible for the custody, disbursement and investment of Town funds. Work involves cash management; maintaining liaison with auditor, banks, and the general public; disbursing funds to cover expenditures; helping prepare and administering department budget with Select Board. Work is performed under the general supervision of the Select Board with considerable independence of action in accordance with applicable laws and following generally accepted accounting practices. Prepares and distributes payroll expenditures and payables. This position is part time and pay depends on experience.
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