The Office of the Assembly is the administrative arm of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario. Our mandate is to provide non-partisan support services to all Members of Provincial Parliament.
The Office of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario, Precinct Properties Branch, is seeking a detail oriented and dependable individual who possesses excellent organizational and administrative skills to join their team as a Project and Maintenance Clerk.
In this role you will represent the Branch in greeting visitors and answering calls along with providing support in your various administrative duties. Some of these duties include recording and distributing meeting minutes, ordering stationary and supplies, establishing and maintaining project filing systems and logs, attendance tracking and reporting, assisting with invoice coding and other general administrative requests. The position will also act as back-up for the Operations & Maintenance Call Centre and the Financial Coordinator. Your strong communication, interpersonal skills and ability to multi-task will help you foster positive working relationships with internal and external clients.
Complementing your several years of experience as an administrator, you are proficient in Microsoft Office and possess above-average written and oral communication, organizational and customer service skills. Your ability to coordinate, monitor and provide value-added service to both the Branch and clients will contribute to your success in this position. The salary range for this position is $37,307 - $47,560.
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