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POSITION TITLE: Accounting Associate DEPARTMENT: Finance SUPERVISOR: Accounting Manager Director of Finance FLSA STATUS: Non-Exempt SALARY RANGE: $52,673-$70,011; Starting salary to Mid-Point FUNCTION: Performs detailed bookkeeping and clerical tasks in the processing of accounting transactions, such as, but not limited to: the preparation and processing of accounts payable, journal entries, and cash receipts. Assists the members of the finance department in clerical tasks as needed/assigned including assisting with reception, telephones, and general office functions. MAJOR JOB DUTIES 1. Accounts Payable – invoice receiving, entry and processing of payables and purchase orders. Review of orders for completeness and compliance with purchasing rules and regulations and distribution of payable checks and ACH payments among departments on a weekly basis. Prepare and issue invoices for City services. Maintenance of all files for accounts payable. Answering questions about payments and cost allocation from vendors and internal departments. 2. Preparation of cash receipts – count, reconcile (with reports) and prepare bank deposits for cash receipts from multiple locations in a timely manner. Input data and journal entries into software accounting system. 3. Maintaining excel spreadsheets for tracking various revenues and utility costs and also allocating legal and benefit expenses. 4. Prepare information to be provided to auditors, consultants, and contracted service providers as needed. Coordinate 1099 compliance. 5. Assist Accounting Manager as needed in routine office duties, such as: filing, data entry, document composition, mailings, office supply ordering, etc. 6. Assist as a receptionist for incoming phone calls for the department, walk-in business, respond to routine inquires for information and/or direction as appropriate in a timely and professional manner. 7. Other duties as assigned by Accounting Manager or Director.
Kathleen Beebe
City of Town and Country
An excellent opportunity to work for one of St. Louis County’s premier communities and join a dedicated Public Works and Planning Staff, the City of Town & Country, Missouri is seeking an individual to serve as Administrative Coordinator to provide administrative support, plan and organize office and manage the customer interaction of the Department, including answering routine questions, issuing permits, collecting fees, and scheduling field inspections. View the complete job description on the City’s website, High School diploma or GED is required; some college or vocational training preferred. A minimum of three (3) years of administrative office experience is required. Expertise in computer usage and various software programs, including Microsoft Office. The starting salary range is $45,000 to $48,000 depending on education and experience. The City offers an excellent benefit package including medical, dental and life insurance, and noncontributory LAGERS retirement. To apply, email cover letter and resume to Public Works Director/City Engineer Michael Zeltmann at or mail to Administrative Coordinator Search, The City of Town & Country, 1011 Municipal Center Drive, Town & Country, MO 63131. Applications accepted through January 25th.
Michael Zeltmann
Municipal League of Metro St. Louis
The League is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, voluntary association of 88 cities, villages, and county governments in the St. Louis region. Founded in 1918, the League advocates on behalf of our membership, promotes collaboration among elected officials, and offers training, resource materials, and special studies that improve the quality and efficacy of municipal governments. The League also provides administrative management for the St. Louis County Park Grant Commission, a political subdivision of the State of Missouri. The Commission was created to improve, restore and expand municipal parks in St. Louis County. At the direction of the Park Commission, responsibilities include, maintaining financial records, managing sales tax revenues, scheduling meetings, reviewing grant applications, issuing and tracking grant agreements, inspecting completed projects, and processing grant reimbursements. The League is managed by the Executive Board, consisting of member-elected officials. The Assistant Executive Director reports to the Executive Director. Duties include clerical-based work and assisting in maintaining League records. Essential functions include but are not limited to preparing meeting agendas, packets, and minutes for distribution; proofing, formating, and publishing League policies; scheduling and preparing rooms for meetings; processing Freedom of Information (FOIA) requests and internal records requests; photocopying projects; and paperwork/records compliance. Also tracking and drafting weekly legislative update for distribution each Friday during the State’s legislative session. A successful candidate must be able to communicate professionally via phone and email. Candidates should possess strong proofreading, problem solving, and communication skills, as well as the ability to work independently and in a group environment. Candidates must have experience with Microsoft Office 365, QuickBooks, and accounting fundamentals with minimum of two years’ experience in office management or executive office duties. The ideal candidate should have, knowledge of municipal governmental structure, an understanding of Missouri State statutes, basics of public meetings (Open Meetings Act and Roberts Rules of Order), budgeting, and finance capabilities. The position is open until filled but the League is eager to fill this position so the first applicant reviews will begin February 1, 2024. For a detailed job description, benefits and pay range, go to: Assistant Executive Director Job Description To apply, please email cover letter, resume, and contact information for three references to or by U.S. mail to: Assistant Executive Director Attn. Pat Kelly Municipal League Metro St. Louis 11911 Dorsett Road Maryland Heights, Mo 63043
Pat Kelly
City of Florissant
General Purpose of Position Oversees enforcement of Building Codes, Zoning Code and related ordinances Major Duties and Responsibilities: Provides managerial support for the Building Division; Enforces building, electrical, mechanical, fire, and plumbing codes through plan review and inspection; Directs supervision of inspectors, clerk typists, and plan reviewer. Reviews and updates related codes, as needed; Enforces the minimum property maintenance code; Enforces the City zoning code, subdivision code, and sign code; Assists in the enforcement of the Flood Plain ordinance; Performs all duties of the City Inspectors and Deputy Building Commissioner/Plan Reviewer as needed; Updates the zoning map concerning zoning district changes and annexations; Assists the Director of Public Works on miscellaneous duties as assigned; Hires, trains, and occasionally retrains all full-time and part time employees of the Building Division; Starting Rate: $70,337-$84,060; Click title above for more information.
Sonya Brooks-White
Weldon Spring, MO
The City of Weldon Spring, Missouri, is seeking an experienced City Administrator to lead the organization. Weldon Spring is a low density, high quality of life community within the St. Louis Metro Area located along I-64, Rt. 94 and the Missouri River. It has a population of approximately 5,300 and encompasses 8 square miles. The next City Administrator will oversee the day-to-day operations which consist of community development, parks and recreation, and general administrative functions; additionally, the City contracts many other municipal services such as public works, policing, municipal court, animal control, and building/code inspection. The City is seeking candidates with a minimum of 5 years of municipal government experience and a bachelor’s degree in an applicable field. The City provides a competitive benefits package, and the range of salary is between $74,000 - $104,000 and is negotiable depending upon the successful candidate’s experience and skills. The complete job description and employment application form are available on the City’s website: Qualified applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, and application form to Mayor Donald Licklider, by emailing it to or by mailing it to 5401 Independence Rd., Weldon Spring, MO 63304. The deadline to apply is Monday, January 22, 2024, however, the posting will remain open until filled.
Mayor Donald Licklider
City of Green Park
City of Green Park, MO (2,622) City Administrator-City Clerk Salary Based on Qualifications December 29, 2023, We are a small, family-friendly suburban community in South St. Louis County that is offering an exciting opportunity to serve as our city administrator and city clerk. Green Park was incorporated as a 4th Class city in 1995, has two full-time employees. This city is a vibrant residential community that hosts more than 300 businesses, a light industrial park and a large Saint Louis County park. The city is strategically located in proximity to major highways and is only 25 minutes from downtown St. Louis. We are looking for a competent, detail-oriented and skilled communicator with proven abilities in local government management who has a commitment to providing exemplary public service to our citizens. The successful candidate will possess a strong financial and administrative background and a demonstrated record in business retention/attraction and intergovernmental relations. Our next city administrator-city clerk will have a clear commitment to impeccable constituent service while handling a wide range of projects. This position reports to a 6-member board of aldermen and the Mayor. Responsibilities will include management of day-to-day governmental operations, permitting and licensing, administration of contracts and grants, management of public works projects, preparation and oversight of the city budget, management of municipal funds, city events planning, oversight of code enforcement and land-use planning, responsibility for the city website and newsletter, preparation of bid packages, municipal record keeping including compliance with open records and record retention laws, and staffing, coordinating and preparing agenda and minutes for all city meetings. Requires a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in public administration or related field or at least 5 years of relevant experience. Missouri (MRCC) and/or national (CMC) city clerk certification a plus. Green Park is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Resume, cover letter and work-related references will be accepted through January 31,2024 Send to Tim Thuston City of Green Park, 11100 Mueller Road, Suite 6, Green Park, Missouri 63123, or, or call 314-494-5152 (Tim)
Mayor Tim Thuston
City of Glendale
POSITION SUMMARY: The City Administrator shall be the administrative assistant to the Mayor and, as such, shall be the administrative officer of the city government. The City Administrator will report directly to the Mayor and will work extensively with the Mayor and the Board of Aldermen in the administration of all city operations placed in the charge of the City Administrator by City ordinance and as directed by the Mayor. This leader is responsible for assisting in the development of and executing the long-term strategic goals and objectives set by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen. Additional responsibilities involve overseeing financial and personnel management; developing and administering policies and procedures in accordance with City ordinance; and overseeing the provision of all City services. Interested candidates should apply no later than 5:00pm on Monday, November 27, 2023, by submitting a resume and cover letter to or by mail to the City of Glendale, Attn: Mayor, 424 N. Sappington Rd, Glendale, MO, 63122. The City of Glendale, Missouri, is an equal opportunity employer.
Mayor Mike Wilcox
The City of Des Peres (Population 9,193, $28.7 million budget, 103 FT Employees) is accepting applications for the position of City Clerk. FUNCTION: This position performs the traditional city clerk functions plus providing administrative support to the Mayor, Board of Aldermen and Office of the City Administrator. The position is appointed by the Mayor with approval of the Board of Aldermen and works under the general superintending control of the City Administrator. ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: Prepares agenda for all meetings and compiles agenda packets for distribution to the Mayor, Board of Aldermen and management staff. Compliance with Open Meetings and Records Laws including publishing and posting all notices, bids and other notices required by state law and coordinating all open records requests. Attends all meetings of the Board of Aldermen and prepares journal style minutes of all meetings without assistance of taping devices. Maintains all official records and official seal of the city, including: ordinances, resolutions, minutes and contracts consistent with state law. Certifies copies of documents for court and other city departments. Provides administrative support in scheduling, routine telephone inquiries and written correspondence, planning special events, typing and copying of reports for the Mayor, Board of Aldermen and City Administrator. Serves as primary answering point for the administrative offices. Assists City Administrator in role as Purchasing Agent in coordination of bidding process, including placement of publications for notices to bid, distribution of bid packages, acceptance of bids and opening of bids for all departments. Serves as the City’s election authority, assisting the St. Louis County Board of Election Commissioners in conducting municipal elections. Responsible for processing and issuance of all city licenses including business, liquor, vending machine and solicitation. Notary Public Candidates must possess excellent organizational, written and verbal skills. Proficiency in Microsoft Office required especially in use of Word and Excel. Candidates must be comfortable working in a fast pace environment with minimal supervision that requires multi-tasking of a broad array of job responsibilities. Must be comfortable working in a public environment with a high level of citizen contact. Experience as city clerk or assistant city clerk desired but not mandatory. Desire bachelor’s degree but experience may substitute in lieu of college education.
Kathleen Beebe
City of Creve Coeur
The City Engineer / Assistant Director of Public Works is a full-time, exempt employee that serves as an important part of the administration of the Public Works Department and advises the City Administrator, City Council, and staff on engineering, capital improvement planning, policy, and a variety of other matters. In this role, the City Engineer / Assistant Director of Public Works interacts daily with residents, businesses, area agencies, contractors, staff, the City Council, and the City’s boards and commissions. The City of Creve Coeur is 10.25 sq. mi. consisting of primarily residential properties with a healthy business district along Olive Boulevard. The city has a residential population of approximately 18,725, however it increases to as many as 50,000+ daytime population due to office and retail workers. The City has a road network of 162 lane miles funded by a CIP budget of $2-$3 million annually depending on grant funding. Park and Stormwater projects are funded by a recently approved Parks/Stormwater tax which generates approximately $2 million annually. For a full description, click the link above.
City of Ellisville
The City of Ellisville Public Works Department is seeking a full-time maintenance worker to assist in general maintenance of parks, streets and public property. Must be able to operate/maintain light mechanical and commercial grounds keeping equipment. Requires H.S. diploma or equivalent and valid Class “E” Chauffeur’s Driver’s License or ability to obtain within 6 months. A Class “B” Commercial Driver’s License is preferred. Certain physical requirements are necessary to perform job responsibilities. Salary range $39,975 - $59,450 plus great benefits. Applications available at City Hall, Mon. - Fri., 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Position open until filled. EOE
Donna Bragdon
636 227 9660
City of Chesterfield
-The City of Chesterfield is accepting applications for the position of Parks Maintenance Worker. -Physically participates in the construction and maintenance of park, recreation, beautification areas, rights-of-ways, and public grounds. -Maintenance and repair of all park equipment, tools, and supplies. -Assists in turf maintenance programs for a high-quality sports complex, parks, beautification areas, rights-of-ways, and public grounds. -Assists in the planning, organization, implementation and maintenance of various types of landscapes within the city. Areas include but are not limited to traditional perennial and annual plantings, large - native grass lands, trees, wildflower areas and wetland locations. -Operates moderately heavy landscape equipment including mowers, tractors, earth tillers, landscape rakes and blades, augers and skid loaders, backhoes, dump trucks, and loaders. -Performs a wide range of duties associated with the maintenance and operation of an athletic facility. -Assists in maintenance of tools, equipment and facilities. Knowledgeable in care and use of equipment. -Sets up, cleans up and prepares for various civic or recreational programs or activities. -Safely operate heavy trucks and pull equipment floats, trailers and haul materials to work sites. -Operates snowplow-equipped truck to spread salt and participates in other snow removal activities as assigned. -Assists other divisions and departments during emergencies and is on-call to respond. -Assists in the supervision, maintenance and implementation of programs; and -Performs other duties as assigned. This is a full-time, non-exempt, position with a minimum hourly rate of $20.82 ($43,313 annually).
CIlty of Bellefontaine Neighbors
Job Summary: An employee in this job class is responsible for performing word processing and clerical work of moderate difficulty in the processing of police reports. Work is performed under the direct supervision of a unit supervisor. Work involves extensive typing, and concentrated effort to create and maintain computerized and physical police report files. Classification: Full Time Hourly /Non-Exempt Salary Range: $37,294.36 – $44,570.21
Bellefontaine Neighbors Police Department
(314) 867-0080, ext. 243
City of Webster Groves
The City of Webster Groves is accepting applications for a seasonal parks worker. The park worker performs a variety of semi-skilled work activities related to the upkeep and maintenance of the City of Webster Groves properties, facilities and parks. Requires ability to perform heavy manual labor, with exposure to outdoor weather conditions for sustained periods, including ability to regularly lift 50 lbs, and occasionally lift 100 lbs. Regularly scheduled work days, Monday through Friday. May work some weekends and overtime.
Christina Manuel
City of Chesterfield
Performs work associated with the construction and maintenance of streets, sidewalks, urban forests, and storm sewers. Operates dump trucks, backhoe, skid steer loader and attachments, sweeper, loader, and other equipment as assigned. Works with hot mix asphalt: shovels, rakes, places, and compacts asphalt mix. Works with Portland cement concrete: sets and removes forms; places, strikes off, levels, screeds, floats, finishes, and joints concrete. Spreads and compacts aggregate base and gravel. Operates vehicles and equipment. Installs drain pipes and cleans ditches. Assists in other duties as assigned. -Operates snowplow-equipped truck to spread deicing chemicals, and participates in other snow removal activities as assigned. -Rakes and cleans streets, sidewalks, gutters, storm drains shop, and yard -Welds, paints and performs other maintenance tasks. -Cares for plants. Removes, prunes and trims trees located within City rights of ways and on public grounds and Performs various landscaping, beautification, and plant care activities. -Sets up, cleans up and prepares for various civic or recreational programs or activities. -Assists in maintenance of tools, equipment and Knowledgeable in care and use of equipment. Maintains facilities and grounds of public parks and property. -Assists other divisions during emergencies and is on-call to respond. -Safely operates heavy trucks and pulls equipment floats (if Class A CDL), trailers, and hauls materials to work sites. -Available for call-ins outside regular working hours. -Performs all other related duties as assigned. Full-time, non-exempt, position with a salary starting at $43,313.
City of Town and Country
JOB SUMMARY: Provide support to the police department with emphasis on the completion of necessary administrative, vehicle fleet, and technological tasks. SUPERVISED BY: Chief of Police SALARY: $50,000 DOQ RESPONSIBILITIES: -Assist with fleet management, including scheduling of routine maintenance and repair, service records, vehicle change-over, equipment maintenance and repair, maintenance of vehicle supply inventory, mileage tracking and projections. -Coordinate with Information Technology (IT) and other specific vendors for troubleshooting, implementation, and repair of equipment and IT systems used by Operations and Support Services -Assist in the collection, analysis, and dissemination of criminal incident data, including Missouri Information Analysis Center (MIAC) submissions and the creation of department intelligence bulletins. -Assist with the preparation of written documents including electronic/email releases, newsletter articles, and news releases. -Assist with the management of Police social media accounts to ensure the content is relevant and current. -Assist with Police Department accreditation. -Serve as Assistant Police Clerk and carry out primary Police Clerk Duties in the Police Clerk’s absence. -Assist the Chief of Police with projects as directed and all other assignments or duties that may be required. Must be able to pass a criminal background check and maintain confidentiality regarding sensitive information. QUALIFICATIONS: High school diploma or equivalent required. Experience in IT, fleet management, and/or Police administrative duties preferred. A college degree or hours toward a degree in Criminal Justice or a related field is a plus. Must possess a valid state vehicle operator’s license.
Morgan Forney
(314) 587-2804