Under supervision of the CEO, perform a wide variety of office support for Monterey Bay Community Power (MBCP) including support and follow-up to the Board of Directors and related Committees on a variety of matters; provide Executive Assistant support to the Chief Executive Officer and assist in the management of official MBCP records and minutes, and perform related work as required.
The MBCP Board Clerk/Executive Assistant provides administrative support to the CEO, Board Directors, and MBCP staff in the preparation and maintenance of public records and interaction with public officials. The incumbent may also assist with the composition of resolutions, staff reports, and other official MBCP documents. In addition, the Board Clerk/Executive Assistant will establish, set, maintain, present, and distribute agendas and Board meeting material and respond to inquiries from Board members and the public. The position is also responsible for coordinating Board-related meetings as needed and maintaining records of Board actions taken. The Board Clerk/Executive Assistant also provides assistance as needed in an Executive Assistant role to support the Chief Executive Officer including meeting coordination and management of verbal and electronic correspondence. Assignments are performed with general supervision and within an identifiable and prescribed framework. This position is a first point of public contact for MBCP and requires frequent interaction with MBCP officials, community members, vendors and the public regarding official MBCP Board of Directors issues, such as public meetings, agenda items, and general operations. In addition, the incumbent must exercise initiative, discretion, and good judgment in the analysis and resolution of issues that require technical or specialized knowledge of MBCP organization, policy, and procedures. This role also requires the ability to support the Chief Executive Officer in a variety of administrative duties as requested by management staff or members of the Board.
Any combination of education and experience that would provide the knowledge and abilities listed. Typically, equivalent to possession of an Associate of Arts degree from an accredited college or university in business administration or related field, and four (4) years of responsible clerical experience, which has included considerable exercise of initiative, attention to detail, and independent judgment.
The position is open until filled. To be considered for this position, please submit a MBCP application, detailed resume, cover letter, and three professional references to:
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