Utility Billing Clerk
UTILITY BILLING CLERK
The City of La Salle is seeking a part time Utility Billing Clerk.
The Utility Billing Clerk is responsible for a variety of tasks, which include processing payments and providing exceptional customer service.
20 hours per week.
Applicants must have a high school diploma or GED equivalent, excellent communication skills, and general administrative knowledge.
Prior experience with cashier operations and customer service is preferred.
A pre-employment background check and drug screening are required for this position.
Please submit resume by July 1, 2022 to:
John Duncan, 745 Second Street, La Salle, IL 61301
Or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The City of La Salle is an equal employment opportunity provider and employer.
Before settlers came to the area, the Illinois Valley was inhabited by a people known as the Mound Builders and the Native Americans. Because of the limited amount of written records concerning these people, not much is known about their lives and activities.
The first recorded journey through the area is that of Louis Joliet and Father Marquette in the late 1660’s. They passed through the area on their way west, and Father Marquette later returned to found a mission near what is now Starved Rock.
Rene-Robert Cavelier Sieur de LaSalle, for whom the city was named, began an exploration of the area in 1678. After traveling the Mississippi River, he and Henri di Tonty built Fort Saint Louis at Starved Rock. He continued to progress, building forts, until his murder in January 1687.