Requisition No: 792375
Agency: Justice Administrative Commission
Working Title: STATE ATTORNEY'S OFFICE, 18TH CIRCUIT- CLERICAL SPECIALIST I - 21009187
Position Number: 21009187
Posting Closing Date: 01/23/2023
JOB POSTING NOTICE
POSTING NUMBER 23-21
JOB TITLE: 6031 Clerical Specialist l (Receptionist)
PAY GRADE: 42 $31,200.00 Annually
SUPERVISOR: Megan Ellis
Duties include greeting the public; identifying and registering visitors, directing them to the proper office and providing routine information; answering all incoming phone calls and making the proper connection to the person or office requested; remembering names and locations of office personnel and agency organizational routines; answering non-technical questions and referring other questions to the proper person or office; utilizing internal case tracking system (STAC) to assist in directing inquiries; redirecting phone calls/guests to appropriate outside agencies; sorting mail; assembling case files; issuing Victim Impact Statements; performing clerical work; and maintaining a clean, professional and orderly lobby/reception area. In addition to the above, this position acts as a point of contact for deliveries and the on-call investigator.
MINIMUM TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE
A high school diploma or equivalency.
Strong STAC skills, Clerk database, Word and Excel experience desirable. Ability to work in a fast-paced, team-oriented environment is a must.
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