Town Hall Office Hours

Tuesdays from 12:00 - 4:00 p.m., appointments preferred

Employment

 

Deputy & Elections Clerk

The Town is seeking an experienced professional to serve as a part-time Deputy and Elections Clerk. A successful candidate must enjoy serving the public, must be a team player, and must be able to adeptly handle a variety of administrative tasks with a positive attitude.
 
Serving as the primary back-up to the Town Admin/Clerk, the Deputy Clerk will receive directives from the Admin/Clerk and the Town Board. From time to time the Deputy will also assist the Plan Commission Administrator and the Treasurer. Routine tasks include, but are not limited to:
  • understanding and effectively communicating information regarding state and local government finance, operations and other issues;
  • filing, processing mail, constituent relations and general office organization;
  • research;
  • publishing/posting statutorily required notices and communications;
  • website maintenance;
  • communicating with state, county and other local governments; and
  • liaising between Town staff.
Other, less frequent responsibilities include:
  • WisVote training, election administration and other election requirements;
  • recording minutes for town meetings;
  • processing payroll;
  • filing/remitting withholdings and other state-mandated reports; and
  • maintaining Town accounts within the accounting software system.
Hours are variable and average under 10/week; increasing during elections and busy times. Hours may be logged from home with some hours required in-office. Qualified applicants will possess, at minimum, an Associate’s Degree from an accredited institution or a combination of education and experience sufficient to ensure successful job performance. Prior government service and/or election administration experience is preferred. Experience and proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook are required.
 
Please contact the Admin/Clerk with any questions or to apply. Interested candidates should email a cover letter and resume (pdf please) by May 5, 2021 for best consideration. The Springdale Town Board will evaluate a prospective candidate’s experience, education and qualifications to determine starting wage.