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Executive Secretary - Developmental Disabilities

Job Description

The Developmental Disabilities Executive Secretary will serve as a liaison between the DD RSA and team members, service providers and outside representatives.

Job Responsibilities include:
  • Planning, tracking and organizing data for the division
  • Providing education, instruction and assistance to parents, consumers and providers on various social service issues such as available services, benefits, resources, etc.
  • Providing administrative support to the RSA and team
  • Serving as the office manager for DD supplies, equipment, etc.
  • Responsible for maintaining leave, timekeeping and inner office HR procedures for the RSA and I&E Manager

Qualifications

Two years related experience OR Associate degree OR one year at the lower level or position equivalent

Preferred Qualifications

Experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities


Experience providing secretarial and clerical support to upper level management

Coursework in Secretarial Sciences, Business Administration and/or Management

Experience managing an office

Benefits

In addition to a competitive salary (), we offer a generous benefits package that includes a flexible schedule, training opportunities, employee retirement plan, deferred compensation, 12 paid holidays, vacation and sick leave, dental, vision, long term care, and life insurance.

This position is a pay grade 11 on the statewide salary plan.

Employment Information

This position is located in the Region 4 Regional Office in Thomasville, Georgia.

More than a century ago, Thomasville was celebrated as one of the most fashionable places in the world to visit. During the Victorian era, many wealthy northern socialites and pleasure seekers traveled by rail to enjoy Thomasville as their grand winter resort. Attracted to the genteel life of south Georgia, many made Thomasville their winter home and built "grand winter cottages". Although this era quickly faded in the early 1900s, more than fifty of these grand historic homes still grace Thomasville's streets.

Thomasville, in southwest Georgia and on the Florida border, is home to both the second largest Farmer’s Market in the state and three Fortune 500 companies.

Come to Georgia and experience first-hand our historic charm and hospitality.

Applying for this job

Please email your cover letter and resume in Microsoft Word format to: recruiting@dbhdd.ga.gov

To ensure proper routing/handling of your credentials, copy/paste or type the following title in the subject line of your email: Executive Secretary - Developmental Disabilities If you are currently employed by DBHDD, please include "Internal Employee" in the subject line as well.

You may be subject to a Drug Screen. You may be required to submit fingerprints to check for the existence of Criminal History Record Information through the Georgia Bureau of Investigation and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. You do have the right to challenge the contents of any Criminal History that is located, should you choose to do so.

The Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities provides services to ensure the health and welfare of Georgians. As an employee of DBHDD, in the event of an identified emergency you may be required, as a term and condition of employment, to assist in meeting the emergency responsibilities of the department.