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The town of Wrentham is seeking a detail oriented administrative assistant with excellent customer service skills to support the Building Commissioner and the operations of the town of Wrentham Department of Inspections.
This person will serve as first point of contact and office administrator for the Department, provide customer service to the public, applicants, contractors, businesses and residents by phone, email, in person and through the departments permitting software. Explain procedural requirements to applicants, process applications and renewals for department approval, collects fees, perform timely and accurate turnover of payments, tracking of expenses and payables. Maintains detailed records pertaining to, applications, payroll, and turnovers. Enter information into the departments permitting software system, maintain accurate files. Keep public informed about changes in hours, policies, procedures. Purchases office supplies, maintain records regarding applications, inspections, late fees, schedule inspections. Regular attendance at the workplace is required. All other duties as assigned.
Qualifications and Experience: High school diploma; associate’s preferred and one to three years of job related experience. Demonstrated organizational abilities and attention to detail are required. Exceptional customer service skills and highly proficient computer skills. Ability to successfully pass town of Wrentham background check.
Salary: Full-time, benefit eligible, Clerical Union position; 35 hours per week. Hourly range: $22.73 to $27.98.