CA SONOMA COUNTY, CA | Temporary
Manages all services and activities of the City Clerk Office; maintains official City records and archives; develops and implements goals; recommends and administers policies and procedures. Serves as Clerk to the City Council and Secretary to the Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency; attends meetings and study sessions and oversees the recording of all proceedings; supervises the preparation of public notifications, agendas, minutes and other documents.Serves as Filing Officer/Official for the Political Reform Act; manages the City s disclosure requirements for designated employees; ensures campaign disclosure forms and conflict of interest filings are completed and filed timely. Directs the publication, filing, indexing and safekeeping of all Council proceedings; reviews documents to be approved by the Council with the City Attorney. Oversees records management program, records preservation and destruction; sets and ensures legal compliance of retention schedules for City records; develops and updates records retention policies and procedures. Validates official documents; receives sealed bids for the City Council; directs the publication of official notices and advertisements; records various papers with state, federal, and county governments.Conducts municipal elections and special elections; ensures conformance with the California Elections Code, Political Reform Act, and other government codes; serves as filing officer for the Fair Political Practices Commission for campaign disclosure filings; prepares candidate s notebooks and provides necessary information to candidates, committees, and the public.
Requires five (5) years experience as a City Clerk or Deputy City Clerk, including two (2) years of supervisory, and a bachelor s degree in public administration or related field from an accredited college or university, OR Seven (7) years experience as a City Clerk or Deputy City Clerk, including two (2) years of supervisory experience, and two (2) years of coursework from an accredited college or university (minimum 60 semester units) with major coursework in public administration or a related field.