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8 Aug 2018

Part-Time Police Administrative Assistant

Town of Avon – Posted by avonhr Avon, Colorado, United States

Job Description

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The Administrative Assistant performs program and administrative support to the Avon Police Department, all of which are delegated by the Chief of Police, and are performed in the following areas: Records Management, Operations Administration, and Community Outreach Programs.

The Administrative Assistant must process a variety of detailed and complex clerical transactions/records requiring knowledge of diverse departmental policies, procedures, activities, goals and objectives. The Administrative Assistant must interact with a variety of citizens to include: walk-in traffic, other law enforcement agencies, and the judicial branches of the state.
Reports to and works under the direct supervision of the Chief of Police.
Work is performed in a standard office environment; may be subject to outside weather conditions and contact with persons with highly contagious diseases.
Records Management
 Produces records for the general public, outside agencies and police jurisdictions and in compliance with federal and state guidelines
 Maintains a records retention schedule pertaining to police records such as the traffic and criminal summons, case files, confidential informant files, arrest and warrant files, administrative files, and accounts payable/receivable
 Coordinates the flow of information between the records unit, courts, and other law enforcement agencies

Operations Administration
 Performs numerous administrative duties that support police department operations and programs
 Provides timely and professional customer service in response to inquiries from citizens, guests, co-workers, supervisors, and other outside agencies that contact the Police Department
 Provides administrative support to the office of the Chief of Police and other officers
 Performs VIN inspections for the general public
 Maintains court schedules for all officers and interacts with the prosecution, defense attorneys, the public and all statewide courts
 Assists in the implementation of departmental goals and objectives
 Assists in analyzing procedures, forms, and computer systems to identify problems and proposes solutions to streamline processes

Community Outreach Programs
 Attends various meetings at the direction of the Chief of Police to record the minutes and action taken
 Participates in meetings as assigned by the Chief of Police to represent the police department
 Provides required information to outside agencies as required by law
 Performs fingerprinting services for general public
 Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned
 Knowledge of records management and practices of office management
 Solid knowledge of pertinent Federal, State and Local laws, codes and regulations
 Ability to administer an effective and legal records management system
 Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work including town officials, the public, town employees and other agencies and courts
 Ability to proficiently use a word processor
 Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both verbally and in writing, with different agencies, personnel, and community members
 Ability to learn and operator various software programs and equipment including Microsoft Office Suite, copier, fax machine, telephone, etc.

Must be 21 years of age at time of appointment, a United States Citizen or permanent resident alien and possess a high school diploma or equivalent with experience as a secretary or administrative assistant in a law enforcement agency. Must be able to pass a polygraph exam and extensive background investigation.

Employment is contingent upon successfully passing a pre-employment drug and alcohol test and may be subject to random, unannounced drug and alcohol testing as outline in the Town’s Drug & Alcohol Policy.

Hiring range is $15.94 – $17.83, depending on qualifications. The Administrative Assistant salary range is $15.94 – $20.20, and updated periodically based on comparable resort municipalities. Retirement benefits and an individual recreation pass are included. The position of Administrative Assistant is deemed non-exempt under FLSA overtime requirements.

Job Categories: Administrative Assisting. Job Types: Part-Time. Salaries: Hourly Wage.

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