Description : Answers, screens, and directs incoming clients’ calls for financial aid or service work; assures employees receive calls and messages; sets recorder for lunch time, staff meetings, evenings, and holidays. Receives, screens, and schedules clients for financial aid and/or service work with an appropriate date and time; keeps an even flow of clients with County Veteran Service Officers; keeps an account of clients serviced each day, incoming calls, and incoming and outgoing mail; ensures that clients sign the daily log, locks and unlocks lobby door. Assists with the scheduling of transportation for veterans to VA appointments/referred appointments. Assists the staff in their duties. Distributes incoming mail. Maintains direct register; distributes grants to clients. Performs other job duties as required.

Contact : Shall be a veteran, or the spouse, surviving spouse, child, or parent of a veteran pursuant pursuant to O.R.C. § 5901.06; high school diploma or equivalent and experience working with the public, or any equivalent combination of relevant education and/or experience. Knowledge of: government structure and process; veterans services laws and/or regulations; *agency goals and objectives; *department policies and procedures; public relations; office practices and procedures; records management; office practices and procedures; records management; public administration; case management; Skill in: ability to multi-task, high call volume, computer operation; typing (30 wpm).

Deadline for Applying : Feb 5, 2020

"The veterans of our military services have put their lives on the line to protect the freedoms that we enjoy. They have dedicated their lives to their country and deserve to recognized for their commitment."