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District Clerk


Pay Range  $2480 - $3600/Month



Position:  part-time

Status: Non-Exempt


Definition: Under supervision of the Office Manager; perform a variety of functions in receiving and processing service requests; perform recordkeeping work in maintaining and updating billing accounts; receive and answers questions concerning the delivery of services and status of accounts; does related clerical work of average complexity as required.



The duties listed below are illustrative only and are not meant to be a complete and exhaustive listing of all of the duties and responsibilities of the classification.

  • Answers the telephone and greets office visitors, providing a wide range of information or referring them to other staff.
  • Receives and responds to inquiries about District service; answers a variety of questions related to accurate meter reading. high consumption, delinquent accounts, turn-ons, turn-offs, non-reads, and general billing questions.
  • Receives, processes and accounts for billing payments.
  • Takes applications and deposits for water service and explain rates and services to the customer.
  • Sets up new customer accounts and refers new metered services to the Office Manager.  
  • Track and process delinquent accounts and payment arrangements.
  • Operates computer to perform data entry and Microsoft word and Excel spreadsheet software, and the ability to learn comprehensive CUSI customer billing program.
  • Operates adding machines, copiers and a variety of office equipment
  • Adds and checks columns of figures and makes basic arithmetical computations.
  • Prepares bank deposits.
  • Proofread.
  • Perform filing and basic recordkeeping.
  • Opens and forwards mail to the Office Manager.
  • Performs general tasks as directed.



Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the necessary knowledge and abilities.

He/she should be proficient in using excel and work computer software, use a 10-key calculator by touch. Have knowledge of; methods, practices and terminology used in clerical work; and, office methods, practices and procedures.

He/she should have the ability to; make arithmetical calculations accurately, operate office equipment; understand and carry out oral and written directions; sit for extended periods of time; and maintain cooperative relations with those contacted in the course of work.