City Clerk

The City of Old Town, Maine, (pop. 8,000) is seeking a responsive and energetic candidate for the position of City Clerk. This is a full time 40 hr per week position.
The City Clerk is responsible for the local and state elections, dog licensing and vital records. Other duties include cross training for vehicle registrations, sale of hunting and fishing licenses, inland fisheries registrations, tax collections, along with other various municipal reports and duties.
The City Clerk co-supervises a full-time deputy clerk/finance clerk position and must demonstrate the ability to work with another department head to effectively set the work schedule of the shared employee.
Computer experience, solid organizational and communication skills are a must.
The City of Old Town primarily uses the TRIO Software system and Microsoft Office 365.
This position works closely with all City staff and will report directly to the City Manager.
The successful candidate will be a highly motivated professional who enjoys working with the public and who has excellent writing, public presentation, and communication skills.
The ideal candidate will have municipal experience, however candidates with comparable experience and skill sets are encouraged to apply.
Salary is dependent upon experience and qualifications and includes a competitive fringe benefits package including health, dental, and vision insurance, life insurance, disability insurance, retirements, paid vacations, sick leave and holidays.
Send cover letter, resume, and list of references to Irene Pehrson in the City Manager’s Office, 265 Main Street, Old Town, ME 04468 Tel: 207-827-3965 ext. 201. The e-mail address ipehrson@old-town.org.
Review of resumes will commence immediately and will remain open until the position is filled.
The City is an Equal Opportunity Employer.





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