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Registry Clerk

The Registry Clerk provides clerical, operational and administrative support in order to maintain reports, records and documentation for the Nisga’a Land Title files, administrative files and financial records for the department

Nisga'a Lisims Government
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Job Description

POSITION: Registry Clerk 
SALARY RANGE: Commensurate with Qualifications and Experience
SUPERVISOR: Land Title Office Manager
HOURS: 35 hours per week

TERM: Full -Time Permanent

LOCATION: New Aiyansh, BC


JOB SUMMARY: The Registry Clerk provides clerical, operational and administrative support in order to maintain reports, records and documentation  for the Nisga’a Land Title files, administrative files and financial records for the department. 

Duties:
• Acts as a first point of contact for the Land Title Office matters during regular office hours;
• Performs searches of the land title database;
• Takes responsibility for routine correspondence;
• Refers complex issues to Land Title Office Manager, as required;
• Attends to routine financial transactions, codes invoices, records fees and issues receipts;
• Checks land title applications for compliance with legislation;
• Records transactions in preparation for confirmation by Registrar; 
• Completes administrative processes associated with registration of transactions, such as document numbering, stamping and scanning;
• Scans and files documents and maintains reference and correspondence files;
• Makes arrangements for meetings, including meeting room rentals, catering, and provision of equipment;
• Attends meetings and records proceedings, as required;
• Other duties as assigned.


EDUCATION:
• Grade 12 or GED equivalent required;
• Post-Secondary education in Business or Administration is an asset; 


EXPERIENCE:
• Formal administrative and/or clerical training or significant and progressive administrative experience required; 


SKILLS/ABILITIES:
• Strong written and verbal communication skills with ability to work effectively with a variety of audiences;
• Ability to maintain positive client relations under possible adverse circumstances;
• Ability to prioritize and manage a workload which often includes multiple competing demands;
• Dynamic, proven ability to engage others and work in a team environment;
• Highly organized and structured, with attention to detail;
• Proficient use of standard Microsoft applications;
• Must possess a positive, friendly attitude and a strong work ethic;
• Knowledge of the Nisga’a Treaty an asset;
• Ability to understand and speak or familiarity with Nisga’a language and culture an asset.


The successful candidate will be required to have/complete/provide:
• A valid BC Drivers’ license; 
• Three recent work related references;
• The successful candidate will be subject to a criminal record check.

Applicants are required to submit a resume with cover letter describing their qualifications and related experience prior to 5:00pm on October 11, 
2023. We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Please be advised social media checks are part of the recruitment process. 

ALL RESUME PACKAGES MAY BE DIRECTED TO:

Nisga’a Lisims Government
 Attention: Human Resource Department
 P.O. BOX 231, New Aiyansh BC, V0J 1A0. 
 Email: hr@nisgaanation.ca

 

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