02 Nov
New Hampshire, Concord , 03301 Concord USA

CLERK INTERVIEWER(Job Id 18763)Location: US:NH:CONCORDCategory: ADMIN SUPPORT Employment Type:Post Date: 10/26/2020 Close Date: 11/04/2020Salary: 13.860-13.860USDDescriptionState of New Hampshire Job PostingNH Council on Developmental Disabilities2 1/2 Beacon StreetConcord, NH 03301Clerk InterviewerLabor Grade 09Position # TMPPT2805The State of New Hampshire, New Hampshire Council on Developmental Disabilities has a part-time vacancy for a Clerk Interviewerup to fifteen hours per week.SCOPE OF WORK: To perform a variety of clerical duties and administrative support in conducting preliminary interviews ofapplicants for agency programs and services.ACCOUNTABILITIES: Interviews the public consumer to obtain needed information for program operation and to make referrals to available resourcesbased on service needed. Informs applicants and callers of the mission and goals of the agency. Maintains a tally/spreadsheet to verify accuracy of the public contacts to establish a correct count and contact information. Conducts community outreach/contacts for annual project needs assessment. Supports the development of the 5-year State plan and annual Program Perform Report (PPR). Performs a variety of routine clerical duties including opening and distributing mail, photocopying, filing, answering and routingtelephone calls, or typing reports, memos and related records.MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:Education: High school diploma or high school equivalency credential. Each additional year of approved formal education may besubstituted for one year of required work experience.Experience: Two years of experience in clerical work, six months of which shall have involved public contact and receptionist work.License/Certification: None required.RECOMMENDED WORK TRAITS: Some knowledge of the goals and objectives of the department or division programs. Knowledge ofthe procedures and practices involved in interviewing. Knowledge of the economic, cultural and social characteristics of the areaserviced. Ability to understand the problems of the agency's population served. Ability to exercise sound judgment in appraisingsituations and making decisions. Ability to express ideas clearly and concisely both in oral and written form. Ability to establishand maintain effective working relationships with associates, attorneys, representatives of other governmental agencies andcommunity groups and the general public. Must be willing to maintain appearance appropriate to assigned duties andresponsibilities as determined by the agency appointing authority.DISCLAIMER STATEMENT: The supplemental job description lists typical examples of work and is not intended to include every jobduty and responsibility specific to a position. An employee may be required to perform other related duties not listed on thesupplemental job description provided that such duties are characteristic of that classification.For further information please contact Ronnieann Rakoski, Director, Ronnieann.Rakoski@ddc.nh.gov and 603-271-3236EOETDD Access: Relay NH 1-800-735-2964

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