Cashier/Accounting Clerk – City of North Vancouver (North Vancouver, BC)

The Corporation of the City of North Vancouver

Cashier/Accounting Clerk

Auxiliary

The City of North Vancouver is the urban core of the beautiful North Shore and has a long-term vision to be “The Healthiest Small City in the World”, with five key priorities to be a City for People, a Liveable City, a Vibrant City, a Connected City and a Prosperous City.

The City of North Vancouver’s Finance Department requires Cashier/Accounting Clerks to work on an auxiliary basis.

In this position you will be assisting with the processing of tax, utility and other revenue payments through our cash receipts system at the Finance counter and balancing cash on a daily basis. You will review and verify Home Owner Grant applications for completeness and accuracy and assist with the processing of Tax Deferment applications. Other duties include updating payments to the parking ticket system, processing mail, filing, scanning, responding to property tax inquiries from the public and working on special projects as required.

You will have a minimum of one year’s cashiering experience, preferably in a municipal environment or in a banking or financial institution. Completion of a post-secondary course in accounting, along with practical work experience is desirable. You will also be proficient in MS Word and Excel.

Shortlisted candidates may be required to complete standardized tests or exercises to demonstrate their applicable skills and knowledge.

Salary:
$25.31 per hour, plus 12% in lieu of benefits
(Pay Grade 15 – January 2019 rates)

Hours of Work:
Auxiliary – Hours may vary.  It is anticipated that most shifts will be scheduled Monday – Friday 8:30am – 5:00pm

If you are passionate about making the City of North Vancouver an even greater place to live, work and play, apply on-line through the Career Portal at www.cnv.org  by October 4, 2020.

Thank you for your interest in the City of North Vancouver.

Posting: 2020-0067                                            

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