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Executive Assistant to the City Manager

From CivicInfo BC - July 18, 2016



The City of Port Moody is a growing community of 34,000 residents located 30 minutes east of downtown Vancouver at the head of the Burrard Inlet and just steps from seaside parks, mountain trails and lakes. To achieve our mission of providing services that enhance the quality of life for all of our residents, we are looking for motivated individuals to complement our team.

Title
Executive Assistant to the City Manager

Job ID
16-68

Job Status
Regular Full-time

Employment Group
Exempt

# of Vacancies
1

Posting Period
7/15/2016 - 7/24/2016

Position Overview
We are looking for a dynamic, motivated and highly organized person to fulfill the role ofExecutive Assistantto the City Manager.

Responsibilities
The Executive Assistant to the City Manager has a central role in theCity Administration,providing executive support to City Manager and members of Council and providing research and information on issues. This position is responsible for a variety of administrative dutiesincludingmaintaining the City Managers Administration budget and project work. This position will also act as a liaison for the City Manager, Mayor and Councilwith internal and external groups. The Executive Assistant will coordinate and attend events and civic functions and ensure protocols are maintained.This positionmay alsosuperviseauxiliary support as necessary.

Requirements
Please note that employment with the City of Port Moody is subject to receipt of a satisfactory policeinformation check and a satisfactory driver's abstract.

Please submit your online application @ www.portmoody.ca/jobs by the posting close date.

Basic Qualifications


Date Added
7/15/2016

Branch/Location Office
City Hall

City
Port Moody

Province
British Columbia [BC]

Compensation & Benefits Overview
The City of Port Moody strives to be an employer of choice and offers an excellent benefits package as well as professional development opportunities

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