The Town Clerk is a Town Board appointed officer, responsible for a variety of functions within the town. The Town Clerk's Office provides customer service to citizens, elected officials, and staff in the form of information, ordinances, resolutions, minutes and record keeping. The Town Clerk's Office is responsible for the following areas:
- Clerk of the Town Board - Provides general support to the Town Board, preparing agendas, attending, recording and composing minutes for Town Board meetings. Processes legislative actions such as ordinances, resolutions and maintaining the Town's Municipal Code.
- Elections - Elections administration and voter registration.
- Liquor Licensing - Involves everything from accepting the liquor license applications to administering the local liquor license.
- Records Management
- Human Resources - Responsible for all aspects of human resources and employee relations.
- Risk Management - Responsible for the Town's Property and Casualty and Worker's Compensation Insurance.
- Public Information/Communications - Responsible for all town communications including but not limited to; website management, newsletter, internal/external communications, news releases, marketing materials and media requests.
PUBLIC INFORMATION AND RECORDS
The Town Clerk is the official custodian of all public records, except criminal justice records. An Open Records Request Form must be filed with the Town Clerk to initiate a request for public records. The Town has three working days to process requests, and in extenuating circumstances, up to seven working days to respond to open records request.
The Public Information Officer is the primary source of all official forms of public communications including news releases, brochures, social media and newsletters.
The Human Resources Director is responsible for advertising open positions, interviewing, hiring, new employee orientations, administration of benefits, updating and maintaining employee files, management of the Town's general liability and and worker's compensation insurance policies, and ensuring the town is in compliance with all federal and state employment laws.
The Town strives to employ a diverse workforce of talented professionals working hard to make this municipal government run effectively and efficiently.
The Town of Lochbuie offers Equal Opportunity for employment to all qualified applicants. The Town does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, creed, sexual orientation, gender, age, national origin, ancestry or disability.
Interested applicants can find employment opportunities listed under the employment tab on the home page.