Motor Vehicle Deputy Clerk
Motor Vehicle Deputy Clerk
$22.38 - $23.97/hour
Under general supervision, performs clerical and technical support duties in the county clerk/recorder’s office; provides detailed and specific information to callers and visitors about department programs and services; receives, examines and processes forms and documents in accordance with applicable laws, policies and other requirements; receives and accounts for payments for services; enters and maintains information in electronic filing and record systems; oversees voting activities at an assigned polling place during elections; and performs other related duties as assigned.
• Serves as an agent of the Colorado Department of Revenue and Motor Vehicles Division to assist the public and other customers with title and registration applications for motor vehicles, trailers, manufactured homes and off highway vehicles; determines the applicable type of title process involved; reviews submitted documents and forms for accuracy, completeness, acceptability, and compliance with applicable Colorado vehicle codes; processes the type of registration required in accordance with state requirements.
• Verifies required vehicle registration and license eligibility documents; denies registration or licensure if such documents are not provided.
• Explains state motor vehicle regulations, policies, standards, and procedures to customers.
• Checks for out-of-state titles, odometer reading discrepancies, and prior salvage and stolen indicators using the National Motor Vehicle Title Information System (NMVTIS); performs Vehicle Identification Number inspections by physically inspecting vehicles as needed.
• Determines and enters accurate vehicle and ownership information into State computer systems.
• Collects and receipts taxes and other fees for motor vehicle transactions; records payment information in the county financial system; reconciles, prepares, and processes daily deposits.
EDUCATION, TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE:
Any combination of experience and education that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:
Completion of 30 semester (or equivalent) college units, including 15 units (or equivalent) in accounting, business administration, finance, real estate, or a related field.
Three years of progressively responsible clerical experience that includes electronic data entry, the maintenance of recordkeeping systems, and the operation or personal computers. At least one year of the experience must have included extensive customer service interaction with the public.
One year of additional qualifying experience may substitute for the above-required education.
• Valid Colorado Driver’s License may be required to operate a County vehicle.
• Depending on assignment, the ability to become certified as a Colorado Notary Public may be required.
Deadline: May 3rd, 2021
Routt County is an EOE