- Last Updated: 30 December 2019 30 December 2019
It's almost time to close out another year in the Town of Ossining, and boy have we been busy! Between wrapping up the budget, passing two more local laws, and celebrating our Boards and Committees, we have done a lot of celebrating these past few weeks. We have so much to be thankful for in Ossining-- our amazing staff, our beautiful parks, our varied local businesses, our friends and neighbors. I am so excited to begin my 3rd term as your elected Town Supervisor, and I am humbled by and appreciative of your continued support.
I'm looking very much forward to celebrating with my elected colleagues and our community members on Wednesday at the 2020 Town and Village of Ossining Inauguration of Elected Officials. I will be in good company at this swearing in-- my Board colleagues Greg Meyer and Liz Feldman, along with Justices Reisman and Leavitt, Town Clerk Sue Donnelly and Town Highway Superintendent Pete Connolly, will all take the Oath of Office at 12PM on New Year's Day. Please join us!
- Last Updated: 20 December 2019 20 December 2019
- Last Updated: 23 December 2019 23 December 2019
First off -- mark your calendars for the 2020 Town and Village of Ossining Inauguration of Elected Officials. The Town has many officials being sworn into office for the New Year, including myself and my Board colleagues Greg Meyer and Liz Feldman plus Justices Reisman and Leavitt, Town Clerk Sue Donnelly and Town Highway Superintendent Pete Connolly. I look forward to being sworn in for my third term in office and sharing our priorities for 2020. Please join us!
It has been quite a busy week as we all prepare to celebrate the holidays with our family and friends. Before I get into the week at a glance, I want to share a few events I participated in this past weekend.
- Last Updated: 18 December 2019 18 December 2019
TOWN OF OSSINING
16 CROTON AVENUE
OSSINING, NY 10562
CONFIDENTIAL SECRETARY TO SUPERVISOR
SALARY COMMENSURATE WITH EXPERIENCE
The Town of Ossining is accepting resumes for the full-time position of Confidential Secretary to the Supervisor. This is a responsible administrative position requiring the incumbent to answer telephone and email inquiries, prepare press releases and correspondence, work with Town Board and Department Heads on special projects, and assist the Supervisor in executing the administrative affairs of town government and other job related functions. This is an exempt position (a Civil Service examination is not required).
Knowledge, Skills, Attributes Preferred: Understanding of the principles of public administration and administrative management; proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook are required. The applicant should be a Notary Public or have the ability to obtain Notary Public Certification. Excellent organizational skills; ability to work independently and present ideas effectively, either orally or in writing and the ability to take initiative. Resourcefulness, good judgment and integrity are all necessary requirements of the position. Additionally, the successful candidate may be required to attend weekly evening work sessions.
Preferred Experience: Graduation from a recognized college or university with a Bachelor’s Degree in finance or public/business administration or a related field and/or a Master’s Degree in Public Administration.
The Town of Ossining is an Equal Opportunity Employer.