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Assessment-Recording-County Clerk Technicians I & II
Marin County, San Rafael, CA
ARCC Technician I: $3,816 - $4,636 / Month
ARCC Technician II: $4,196 - $5,099 / Month
The Marin County Human Resources Department and the Assessor-Recorder-County Clerk are accepting applications for the positions of Assessment-Recording-County Clerk Technician I and Technician II. The Assessor-Recorder-County Clerk oversees the valuation of taxable property; records and maintains documents regarding property ownership, births, deaths and marriages; performs civil marriage ceremonies; and processes marriage licenses, fictitious business names and other legal documents. This department’s mission is to provide excellent customer service by administering property tax law, state law and local ordinances with integrity in a fair, efficient and consistent manner. Please see the department’s website for more information.
There are four (4) full-time vacancies in the Assessor-Recorder-County Clerk's Office which will be filled at the Assessment-Recording-County Clerk Technician I or Technician II level. Please note, to be considered for the Assessment-Recording-County Clerk Technician II position, you must complete a separate application.
The Assessment-Recording-County Clerk Technicians I & II are members of a team responsible for providing support related to the recording, assessment, clerk and business processes of the department. These technicians will provide administrative and technical support to the department and to external customers at the department’s public counters and via telephone, email, etc. They will use a variety of computer programs through the course of work. These technicians are required to understand and perform complicated technical and routine tasks with a high degree of accuracy and reliability.
The ideal candidate is detail-oriented, possesses excellent interpersonal skills, interacts, communicates and works successfully within a team environment, and has experience interfacing with staff at all levels, as well as members of the public. He/she successfully utilizes computer software programs, including Word, Excel, Outlook and has the ability to learn department specific computer programs. The ideal candidate has experience processing paperwork related to property transfers, document recording and/or legal document processing. He/she has the flexibility to work independently and as part of team, successfully adapts to changing work assignments, and learns and executes progressively difficult tasks with increasing independence and reliability.
ARCC Technician I: Equivalent to graduation from high school and two years of full-time clerical or administrative support experience providing technical information to the public and assistance to professional staff; OR two or more years of post-secondary education. Experience in a field related to the work such as, but not limited to, property transfer process, recording or legal document experience which has provided the required knowledge and skills is desirable.
ARCC Technician II: One year of experience processing legal recordable documents and/or tax assessment records at a level equivalent to the County’s class of Assessment-Recording-County Clerk Technician I; OR graduation from high school and two years of full-time experience in a field related to the work such as, but not limited to, real estate appraisal, real estate sales or management, accounting or auditing, building cost estimating or inspection, building construction, title insurance, or experience in a regulatory or legal agency which has provided the required knowledge and skills.
Filing Deadline: This recruitment will close on Friday, September 15 at 4:00pm. Resumes are not accepted in lieu of County application and supplemental application form. Apply online at: www.marincounty.org/Jobs or contact Marin County HR Dept, Rm 415, 3501 Civic Center Dr, San Rafael, CA 94903 or call (415) 473-6104. EEO/TTY
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