Depending upon assignment, duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: Performs secretarial, administrative support and general clerical activities in support of a department head and principal staff which involve independent judgment and a thorough knowledge of department and City operations; may supervise clerical staff; establishes and maintains comprehensive records and files; makes appointments and arranges meetings; provides a variety of information to interested parties; prepares correspondence, reports and documents; tabulates a variety of data for projects, studies and budget review; monitors budgeted expenditures; prepares time sheets and other personnel data; operates a variety of office equipment including personal computers; and may assume responsibility for routine staff functions and projects.
Depending on the position assignment, may prepare agendas and minutes of meetings; take and transcribe dictation; and serve as secretary to advisory boards, commissions, or committees.
Ability to: Acquire and apply a thorough knowledge of the functions and policies of the assigned department and City; deal with the public and fellow employees effectively; prepare statistical reports from available data; follow verbal and written instructions; exercise discretion and independent judgment; accurately input a variety of material on a computer keyboard at a rate that satisfies the needs of the department. Depending on the position, the ability to take dictation at a rate that satisfies the needs of the department may also be required.
Modern office management; word processing, spreadsheet and database software; correct English usage and spelling; records retention systems; and, as appropriate, basic principles of supervision and budget management.
Education and Experience:
Equivalent to completion of the twelfth grade and six years of increasingly responsible staff support experience, including extensive public contact and fiscal record keeping. If required for the specific assignment, substantive stenographic experience.
Possession of: A valid California Driver's License.
Additional Salary Information: Benefits:
CalPERS - Formula is dependent on hire date and member status in CalPERS. Please see our benefit summary at www.cityofcampbell.com/hr for more information.
The City contracts Health Insurance through CalPERS with several plans available. The City contributes $1355 per month towards health insurance coverage.
The City pays the monthly premiums for employee and eligible dependents for VSP Vision and Delta Dental coverage.
City paid life and long term disability insurance for employee.
Employees earn 11-21 days of vacation based on years of service.
Receive 10 paid holidays and 5 days of floating holiday.
Employees earn 3.69 hours of sick leave per pay period.
The City contributes $50 per pay period to ICMA, the City’s 457 Plan.
The City contributes $57.70 per pay period to the City’s Voluntary Employee Benefit Association (VEBA).
Employees are eligible to receive up to $3000 per year in tuition reimbursement.
About Campbell Police Department
Located in the heart of Silicon valley The Campbell Police Department has approximately 70 full-time employees comprised of civilian professional staff, patrol, investigations, traffic, and K9. The city has a population of 40,000.