Performs a variety of highly responsible, confidential and complex administrative support duties for the General Manager and the Board of Directors; serves as Clerk to the Board, supervises the work of support staff; provides administrative support to Department Managers as needed; provides general information and assistance to the public. Composes and prepares correspondence, newsletters, maintains records, legal files and other confidential and historical documents and activity calendars. Coordinates work and projects between multiple work areas to complete assignments. Prepares, assembles and coordinates Board materials, special projects, research projects, manages agencies web page and performs other general assignments.
Attendance at all Board of Directors meetings, special meetings and other public meetings; posts legal notices, records official proceedings; prepares meeting minutes, resolutions/ordinances and other documents.
Serves as filing officer for the Fair Political Practices Commission; and as such, is responsible for annual distribution and oversight of Statements of Economic Interest Form 700 for all designated employees. Review biennially the District’s Conflict of Interest Code and prepares and submits any required revisions to the Code to the FPPC.
Acts as the official custodian of critical Board records; maintaining all books, records, and papers of proceedings of the Board and Committees of the Board; supervises maintenance of Board files and preservation of records, documents and other valuable papers as well as manages record retention of documents.
Prepares and assembles responses to Public Records Act requests.
Five years of increasingly responsible professional level business, administrative and office management experience within a public agency. Must have knowledge of public agency policy requirements, government codes and open meeting laws, etc. Two years’ experience as a legal secretary is desired.
To be considered for this position, applications must be received between November 16, 2020 through December 3, 2020 at 5:00 p.m.
About Oakdale Irrigation District
The District was formed on November 1, 1909 as an irrigation district of the State of California formed pursuant to the provisions of Division 11 of the California Water Code (the “Act”) for the purpose of delivering irrigation water to the agricultural lands within its boundaries. Geographically, the District encompasses parts of Stanislaus and San Joaquin Counties, about 12 miles northeast of Modesto and 30 miles southeast of Stockton. Urban areas in the District include the cities of Oakdale and Valley Home located in Stanislaus County. The District has one blended component unit, the Oakdale Irrigation District Financing Corporation (“Financing Corporation”). The Financing Corporation is a nonprofit public benefit corporation created in 1988 for the purpose of aiding the financing of projects for the District.
Water to supply the District comes principally from the Stanislaus River under well-established adjudicated water rights but also from water reclamation and drainage recovery systems and pumping from deep wells. The District’s distribution systems include the Goodwin Diversion Dam on the Stanislaus River below the Tulloch Dam, at which point water is diverted into the... District’s main canal systems.
Currently the District operates and maintains over 330 miles of laterals, pipelines, and tunnels, 25 deep wells, and 48 lift pumps to serve local customers. In general, the District’s facilities, system operations, political organization, and administration have changed over the last decade. The District provides surface irrigation (raw) water to over 2,900 connections, in addition to supplying domestic water to over 700 customers. The District does not presently operate a domestic water treatment plant or provide municipal or industrial water.
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