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General Session Committee Secretary

Posted by Utah Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel ; Posted on 
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General Session Committee Secretary
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The Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel, a nonpartisan office serving the Utah Legislature, is seeking a full-time, temporary General Session Committee Secretary. An individual hired for this position will serve as a secretary for assigned legislative committees during the Legislature’s annual general session. This position will require work, for extended hours, from approximately January 20 to March 12, 2020.

OPENING DATE: Tuesday, October 29, 2019

CLOSING DATE: Open until filled; applicants will be interviewed on a rolling basis

EXAMPLE OF DUTIES:
•Prepare minutes of and record votes taken in legislative committee meetings
•Provide support for policy analysts and fiscal analysts to meet committee needs
•Interact with legislators, employees of the executive and judicial branches, and the public
•Post agendas of upcoming legislative meetings
•Attend legislative meetings

TYPICAL QUALIFICATIONS: In addition to demonstrating a high degree of flexibility and diplomacy in a professional environment, applicants must have a variety of skills:
•Excellent oral and written communication skills
•Computer skills
•Organizational skills to prioritize workflow and meet established deadlines

Minimum qualifications:
•Ability to learn and be proficient with internal computer applications and electronic technology
•Proficient with computers and software applications, including Word and Outlook
•Experience working in a professional office setting
•Must be able to work extended hours from approximately January 20 to March 12, 2020.

SALARY: $15.00 per hour, no benefits

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