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<br />DEPARTMENT SPECIALIST 1 <br /> <br /> Classification #: 010 <br /> FLSA: Non-Exempt <br /> EEOC:06 <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES: <br />Performs a variety of routine office support work and clerical tasks according to prescribed <br />procedures, rules, and methods that can be readily learned on the job; efficiently uses general <br />office machines, equipment, forms, and documents to complete tasks and work assignments of a <br />basic nature; performs related work as required <br /> <br />SUPERVISION RECEIVED: <br />Works under the direct supervision of a clerical, administrative or professional employee who <br />assigns work, sets goals, and reviews work for accuracy and completeness. <br /> <br />SUPERVISION EXERCISED: <br />. <br />Supervision of other employees is not a responsibility of positions in this classification <br /> <br />DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: <br /> <br />This is the entry level classification in the Department Specialist series. Incumbents perform <br />clerical duties of a general, routine nature. Employees at this level are not expected to perform <br />with the same independence of direction and judgment as are positions classified higher in the <br />series. Directions, rules, and procedures are provided in written or oral form, and work <br />assignments are periodically checked for compliance with guidelines and instructions. As the <br />employee's skill level and knowledge of the office setting or program increase, the employee <br />may receive further training to do more difficult work assignments or to operate complex <br />equipment in a more independent fashion. <br /> <br />The Department Specialist 1 is distinguished from Department Specialist 2 by the absence of <br />responsibility to independently perform a broad range of moderately difficult clerical <br />assignments that require prior training and experience. <br /> <br />EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: <br /> (Duties may include, but are not limited to the following.) <br /> <br />1.Receives and transfers business calls on a multiple-line system; provides routine <br />information relating to county, department, and/or program services; transfers, takes <br />messages or refers calls to proper source. <br /> <br /> <br />2.Meets and greets the general public or clients and directs individuals to appropriate staff <br />and schedules appointments for clients with appropriate staff members. <br /> <br /> <br />3.Performs basic math calculations; posts records according to instructions; accepts, <br />receipts and records payments; balances and totals numerical data in simple accounts; <br />compiles and maintains data for record keeping purposes. <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />