The Honolulu City Council is seeking applicants for appointment as the CITY CLERK.
This position directs a legislative agency comprised of four divisions staffed by civil service employees. The primary duties and responsibilities of the Office of the City Clerk are to: collect and maintain council documents and records; record official council and committee proceedings; conduct all elections held within the city and perform voter registration functions pursuant to the charter or laws of the state; maintain custody of the city seal to authenticate all official documents requiring certification; and administer the oath of office.
Experience and qualifications of the ideal candidate are:
a minimum of five (5) years of management experience including supervision of a multi-divisional agency;
experience in government operations, the civil service system and Hawaii’s labor laws;
working knowledge of computerized records management;
knowledge and experience with the laws and operations of voter registration and elections;
working knowledge of the city charter and the legislative process, legal experience helpful;
demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with the public and news media.
A search committee shall forward its recommendation to the City Council. The Council shall appoint the City Clerk to a term of six (6) years by adoption of a resolution. The present compensation rate is comparable to City department heads at $136,920 per annum and benefits are similar to those earned by civil service employees. This vacancy is anticipated to be filled by June 2015.
Interested parties may send their resumes and three references by or before Monday, March 30, 2015, 4:30 p.m., to:
Honolulu City Council
530 South King Street, Room 202
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
Fax: (808) 768-1187
The City & County of Honolulu is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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