Thursday, March 31, 2022

Just in time for Tax Season, City Hall seeks to fill Collector position

If you like to count the cash, particularly cash from taxpayers, Prince Rupert City Hall has the Job for you! 

That with a new posting to the City's Help Wanted listings seeking the services of a Permanent Collector for the Finance team.

The synopsis of the job posting provides the scope of the job and what's expected of applicants:

This key position is responsible for all property tax, utilities and accounts receivable and requires a sound understanding of their processes, procedures, internal controls, along with accounting principles.

The position entails a large amount of customer service, responding to emails and phone calls from our residents regarding their property tax and utility accounts and bills, and making adjustments to accounts if necessary. 

The Collector receives direction from their supervisor, who reviews performance regularly to ensure accuracy and conformance with established procedures. This position and department require a high level of confidentiality at all times.

As part of the application process, an interview with skill assessment will be required, as is adherence to the city's COVID 19 policies on vaccination.

You can review the full package related to the post here.

The Collector position has a probationary salary of $34.14, it increases to $36.71 following that period.

Applications with cover letter and resumes are to be forwarded to Tristan Higginson, Assistant Finance Minster at City Hall, the deadline to apply for the post is April 8th

A look at some of the past civic employment opportunities can be explored here.

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