Company: Snohomish PUD
Posted on: May 3, 2021
||Full Time - Hourly
|# of Openings
||Everett, Washington (US-WA)
Provides research and administrative assistance to and serves as
office manager for the Chief Financial Officer. Prepares
management reports; coordinates special projects as assigned;
performs studies; writes and interprets District directives.
Prepares, administers, and monitors Division budget.
Supervises office services staff as assigned.
Plans and coordinates projects and administrative studies to
provide information to the Assistant General Manager and department
Gathers data, and conducts statistical analysis, as required, to
keep Assistant General Manager informed on the status, progress,
activities, needs and problem areas in the division. Conducts
the appropriate analysis and evaluation to ensure that information
provided the Assistant General Manager is accurate, pertinent and
Supervises office services staff in division as assigned.
Acts as liaison for Assistant General Manager with management
team, other District management staff, the General Manager,
Corporation Counsel and the Office of the Commission.
Establishes and maintains open communication.
Serves as office manager for Assistant General Manager with
responsibilities including but not limited to: budget preparation,
analysis and maintenance; development and administration of
contracts; coordination and development of project management and
productivity reports, business correspondence, Commission agenda
materials, surveys, and speeches.
Other Job Functions
Coordinates activities supporting the Assistant General
Manager's participation with external agencies, associations,
municipalities and vendors.
Confers with customers and coordinates the timely response to
complaints and requests for information, as applicable.
Composes and edits District code, directives and procedures that
apply to division operation. Interprets and applies District
policy and directives for staff.
Represents the division at meetings and on internal task forces,
study groups and committees, as directed.
Performs other duties as directed.
Office administration practices, concepts and automation
Written business communication/report writing
District code, directives and procedures.
Electric utility operations.
Productivity enhancement techniques.
Research and analytical techniques.
Project management techniques.
Utility budgeting process.
Communicate, both orally and in writing, and work effectively
with all levels in the organization, outside consultants, and other
agencies and the general public.
Obtain, compile and analyze data.
Develop management reports, business correspondence, and
Analyze and resolve problems.
Use independent and discretionary judgment.
Coordinate a variety of tasks and assignments
Handle confidential information.
- Associates Degree in Office Administration or related field and
three (3) years administrative experience, including one (1) year
in a lead or supervisory capacity; OR the equivalent combination of
directly related experience and/or education.
Valid Washington State Driver License.
- Business Management Certificate or Associates of Technical Arts
in Office Administration degree.
Duties are performed primarily in an office environment but
also require travel to meetings.
Snohomish County P.U.D. #1is an Equal
Opportunity Employer of Minorities, Women, Disabled and
Keywords: Snohomish PUD, Everett , Executive Assistant, Other , Everett, Washington
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