Deputy Ii Cashier/clerk Job Description


Washington County
Deputy II Cashier/Clerk
Job Description
Assistant Chief Deputy
Reports To:
Not indicated.
July 28, 2010
Date Prepared:
July 29, 2010
Date Revised:
Similar duties as cashier/clerk 1 but will be able to come in 15 minutes before the office opens or stay 15
minutes after office closes. Clerk will be trained to fill in at one of the satellite offices as well as train
new employees for the Deputy 1Clerk position. Clerk will be responsible to count cash drawer before or
after each shift with the Chief Deputy or Deputy III Collector, must be able to come in early or stay late
to assist in opening and closing of the office. Each shift will require 4 hours at the counter and 4 hours
on the phone each day. Clerk will call other counties for personal property clearances and give car tag
clearances to other Counties while collecting and keeping records of all Money orders, cashiers check as
well as the collection of delinquent taxes for other Arkansas counties. Balance cash, checks & credit
card payments at end of day to match clerk’s daily report that is also created by the clerk.
The Fayetteville Office will collect and post personal property, real estate, improvement, and voluntary
taxes of 136MM dollars in 2009 while mailing receipts to those that paid by mail or e-mail. Clerk will
answer question about assessment and collection of taxes and must know about bankruptcies,
improvement districts, delinquent business, state certifications, refund payments, and a host of other
questions down to the directions to the local Revenue Office.
1. Collect current and delinquent personal property and real estate taxes from the public at the front
2. Answer 1 of 2 phones helping callers while receipting taxes received by mail and mailing or e-mailing
3. Answering telephone from other counties requesting clearances.
4. Taking credit card payments at counter and by phone.
5. Data entry of out of county clearances.
6. Gives knowledgeable information and directions to customers.
7. Make short and over adjustments from mailed payments.
8. Edit property and tax payer addresses.
9. Reassign tax payer ID.
10. Access Assessors web site to search deed information and values on personal and real estate for
customers in office and on telephone.
11. Run reports, and balance cash, checks and credit cards to the Daily Reports.


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