A large bulletin board
, covered with (almost) countless leaflets, dominates an expansive wall in a room with a large vaulted ceiling. To the side of the board, and immediately adjacent to a door that leads to the Kazekage's Offices, sits a large wood-and-glass desk, covered in almost as many pages of paper as the board. To a trained eye, the surface of the desk will look intricately-layered in the manner of a complex organisational system used to file each reference document for each mission pinned to the bulletin board in order of both type and date-of-filing. To the untrained eye, the desk will appear nothing less than a chaotic mess.
Behind the desk, there will almost always be sat a woman who is pale of complexion (considering the climate), short, and incredibly quiet. Those who take the time to note the bulletin board will have good reason to infer that her name is Shui. Those who know her (most chūnin are accustomed with some of the details of her story, assuming they had ever taken more than a moment to listen to the odd bits of gossip) know that she is not just the Kazekage's secretary, but in fact also his one-time student. Most who have seen the Kazekage will suspect that few others would have been willing to take the job.
All the same, the quiet-but-stubborn woman is well-respected among the chūnin and jōnin of the village, as her work-ethic is second to none. Those with a sharp ear know that she has not yet gone to sleep before the Kazekage, despite the recent habit of the latter to remain awake into the early hours of the morning.
Missions accepted from the board are brought to Shui for revision, and missions completed are brought to her for bookkeeping. The occasional mission-return will be accompanied by a debriefing, as per the preference of the Kazekage. Any team that is to be debriefed will be notified by Shui to that effect, and shown to the Kazekage's Offices.