To assure the efficient operation of the school office in support of services to children and their families.
standards of public relations at all times through correspondence, face-to-face
public encounters or by telephone; proper telephone etiquette is required at
and arrange for their comfort. Maintain
a log of visitors of the school. Report
the presence of any visitor in the building who bypasses the principal's office
or any unusual behavior on the part of visitors.
and route incoming calls; record messages.
with staff members, students, and community members.
office routines and procedures.
confidentiality, assist teachers as directed by the Building Principal.
order requests; check-in and route incoming orders.
records in accordance with School Code and Board of Education policy.
correspondence, newsletters, as necessary.
logs and the concomitant records for teacher attendance and substitute
regular filing system and process incoming correspondence as instructed.
substitutes in anticipation of absences.
maintenance of office equipment such as copy and phone systems.
office environment; order and maintain supplies as needed.
bookkeeping tasks associated with this position, including the student
activity, petty cash, and purchase order accounts.
first-aid as required, in the absence of the nurse.
other related office duties as assigned by the Building Administration.
in English composition, grammar and spelling.
Demonstrated skill in working with the public and communications.
- Working knowledge of office technologies including phone,
fax, database, and word processing.
218 days work year (10 months), 7.5 hours/day. Starting annual salary approximately $26,846.
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