Crockery Township is accepting applications for a Part-time Administrative Assistant.


HOURS: Currently the Township office are only open Monday- Thursday from 9:00A.M – 5:00P.M. This part time administrative assistant would work 3-4 days per week, scheduled at least 24 hours during normal office hours. Tuesday afternoons are a must.

GENERAL JOB DESCRIPTION: An administrative assistant in Crockery Township is responsible for day-to-day high quality customer service to the public.  They are employed by the Township Board, and work to support the administrative needs of the Township, including the planning and zoning administrator, building department, Township Supervisor, Clerk, and Treasurer as needed.

RESPONSIBILITIES: Almost all the work done by the administrative assistant will take place in the Township Offices.  An administrative assistant provides consistently excellent customer service in helping individuals at the front counter, answering, and directing phone calls and responding to electronic communications.  Performs and provides general clerical support to help ensure the smooth operation of Crockery Township. They will assist with correspondence, preparing mailings, schedule meetings and appointments, maintaining calendars, preparing content for literature, scanning and saving documents, and other duties as assigned. The main areas of focus for this job will be providing assistant to the building officials and planning and zoning administrator.  Those services are contracted out and representatives are only in the Township Offices a few hours each week.  The administrative assistants are the direct link between Township residents and contractors to these 3rd party contracted services.  Scheduling inspections and helping the public complete applications for zoning and building services will be regular occurrences.


  • High School Diploma or Equivalent
  • Experience in an office setting, municipal government, or other related fields are preferred but certainly not required.
  • General computer/typing skills
  • Effective communication skills via phone, email, and in person
  • Record Keeping and Organizational abilities
  • Ability to work well with co-workers and members of the public
  • Be honest and trust-worthy

COMPENSATION: Compensation will be based on experience with a minimum starting wage of $15.50 per hour.  In order to receive paid time off and paid holidays, employees must regularly work at least 24 hours per week.

Send resumes or questions to:

Erik Erhorn, (Township Supervisor),  Or   Kathy Buchanon, (Township Clerk),

Resumes will continue to be accepted until the position is filled.