Massachusetts Fire District Fourteen Coordinator

Published June 14, 2010 | Fire Department | Automatically Archived on 6/28/2010

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Massachusetts Fire District Fourteen is seeking resumes and applications from qualified individuals for a part-time coordinator with an average commitment up to ten hours per week, however, hours may vary depending on workload and assigned projects. This is a non-benefited, 1099 position with a starting hourly rate up to $24 commensurate with experience.

Applications are available by e-mail at [email protected] or by mail to MA Fire District Fourteen, P. O. Box 686, Northborough, MA 01532-0686. Applications will be accepted through June 25, 2010. AAlEOE

Massachusetts Fire District Fourteen Coordinator – Job Description

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Prepares the district's Annual Report for presentation at the August monthly meeting.
  • Coordinates all district meetings including monthly, Executive Board, Annual Meetings, legislative events, and other events as required.
  • Takes, transcribes, and disseminates meeting minutes.
  • Prepares all district invoicing including annual dues, Seabrook haz mat team charges, SAFE trailer usage billing, etc.
  • Maintains district budgets and expenses, keeping current balances for monthly reports to the District Chairman.
  • Coordinates any group purchasing efforts.
  • Houses the district telephone, computer, fax machine, and supplies.
  • Updates the Resource Guide in conjunction with Ashland Dispatch.
  • Retains all district files, letterbooks, bylaws, grant information, etc . .
  • Interacts with the District Treasurer on district expenses, bank accounts, and payables.
  • Maintains confidential and sensitive district records, files, and information.
  • All other duties as needed to promote the efficient coordination of district activities as requested by the District's Executive Board and member chiefs.

Position Requirements

  • Self-starter able to work with minimal supervision in a fast-paced environment
  • Fire department administrative assistant/clerical experience preferred •
  • Proficient in MicroSoft Office applications
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, attention to detail, and organizational abilities
  • Outstanding customer service skills and ability to interact with individuals at all levels – legislators, Fire Service administration personnel, chiefs, municipal government employees, etc.
  • Provide a professional image as a representative of Fire District Fourteen

Educational Requirements
Minimum of an Associate's degree or secretarial certification preferred.

Salary Range
Up to $24 per hour, commensurate with experience