Town of Elmore
The clerk’s office has many duties imposed upon them by statutes and ordinances, relied upon by the governing body of the municipality, the people of the community, and the employees of the municipality for accurate information concerning the welfare of the town. Municipality experience a plus. Serving as the local intelligence center, of the town. The office clerk and treasurer have been combined by ordinance so that the clerk performs the duties of both offices. The clerk is reasonable for payroll, payroll taxes and withholdings. Able to analyze financial and accounting records, prepare clear concise electronic spreadsheets. Accounts payable, daily bank deposits, bank reconciliations. Perform accounting duties by maintaining records of department revenues and expenditures; participate in preparation of the annual budget. The clerk administers all municipal elections, and oversees all legal advertising for the Town.
Documents & Record Keeping
The Town Clerk is the custodian of all rules, ordinances, and resolutions of the council. These are permanent records of the municipality. The Clerk’s office is responsible for having on hand for inspection, any and all documents concerning the town that are open to the public for viewing. Anyone may request to view public records, or with the payment of a small fee receive a copy of:
Zoning or building regulations
Board of Adjustments
An accident report (Coosada Police Department)
Again, there is a small fee for copies of public records, but not for on-site viewing.
The Clerk’s Office also handles all claims and demands against the town.
BCBS, Vacation, Sick, 10 paid holidays. Pay depending on experience.