Interested in public service? Looking for part-time work in customer service and other office work?

The City of Millersburg is seeking an office assistant to support the administration of the City office.  

General Description: Performs routine clerical, receptionist, and administrative work involving answering phones, providing customer assistance at counter, cashiering, and data processing.

Essential Duties:

Maintains office files, follows standard office procedures, and assists with administrative tasks involving personnel, budgeting and facilities.

Assists in preparing agendas and supporting materials; may take and transcribe minutes; prepares and distributes minutes and reports.

Maintains and orders office supplies.

Answers City telephone system; responds to general inquiries, or routes calls to appropriate staff member

Receives the public and answers questions; responds to inquiries from employees, citizens, and others; refers, when necessary, to appropriate persons.

Serves as cashier, including receipting of utility payments and various other payments, and posting monies to appropriate accounts; receive and handle volumes of money.


Graduation from a high school or GED equivalent with specialized course work in general office practices such as keyboarding, filing, and handling and distributing mail; one year of experience in routine clerical work including experience as a receptionist in answering telephones and helping the public; or any equivalent combination of related education and experience.

General knowledge of computers and electronic data processing and of modern office practices and procedures. Basic knowledge of accounts payable and receivable principles and practices.

Detail-oriented; ability to perform cashier duties accurately; effectively meet and deal with the public; communicate effectively verbally and in writing; and handle stressful situations.

SALARY $17.00 per hour
SCHEDULE: Monday – Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., schedule may be flexible

Send your resume and a cover letter to: Kim Wollenburg, City Recorder,