SPECIALLY FUNDED PROGRAM CLERK, 7 HOUR
- Knowledge of modern office practices and procedures and operation of common office equipment, including computer and word processing equipment
- Proficiency as typist; ability to make accurate arithmetical computations
- Experience in organization and management of office
- Ability to follow oral and written directions; ability to use independent judgment and supervise work of others
- Ability to work effectively with staff, students and public
- Bilingual ability may be required, depending on assignment
- Must pass required tests
REPORTS TO: Administrator as assigned
JOB GOAL: To provide services which contribute to effectiveness of school by performing variety of general clerical, typing, and recordkeeping duties
This class is distinguished by additional requirements of maintaining primary clerical responsibility for specially funded programs of a school. Employees in this class typically are assigned to schools without certificated program staff, as the lead clerk at schools with multiple specially funded clerks, or in other cases where qualifications and duties exceed the entry level.
- Performs variety of clerical work related to school-site specially funded programs
- Types letters, masters, newsletters, lists, requisitions, and other miscellaneous materials
- Checks, prepares, assembles and tabulates materials and information from various sources for records, budgets and reports
- Checks and reviews data for completeness and conformance with established policies and procedures
- May supervise work of other clerks
- Answers telephone, makes appointments, relays messages and provides information to staff and public; schedules, prepares materials for and maintains minutes of meetings
- Keeps records, maintains inventories, files and performs other clerical duties common to school district organization
- Performs other related duties as assigned
SALARY: $1,815 - $2,203 per month
EVALUATION: Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with the District’s “Improvement of Professional Services” handbook, Board Policies and Procedures
and consistent with collective bargaining agreements when applicable
NEW PROBATIONARY EMPLOYEES AND PERMANENT EMPLOYEES WHO BECOME PROBATIONARY UPON RECLASSIFICATION:
A new employee, or a permanent employee who is changed to a new classification, shall serve a probationary period, which shall not exceed one (1) year of duty time exclusive of leaves of absences or other absences. During this probationary period the employee must meet the required standards of performance to be recommended for permanent status in the classification. A probationary classified service employee may be terminated from the probationary classification at any time without cause, without right of appeal or hearing before the Board of Education. Pursuant to Education Code section 45113, a permanent employee who accepts a promotion and fails to complete the probationary period for that promotional position, shall be employed in the classification from which he or she was promoted.
All applicants must have passed the following tests within three years of the deadline. All applicants must register for testing when submitting their application.
Appropriate photo identification will be required for entrance to testing.
Clerical Test will be given on May 21, 2012. Please call 631-4877 to register for test.
MINIMUM APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:
Online application and any required documents listed below must be submitted by 8:00 p.m. on May 16, 2012.
- Typing certificate 40 net wpm (Valid certificate within three years of the deadline of this bulletin) Typing/shorthand certificates will be accepted from accredited colleges or business colleges.(Copy acceptable for application purposes; original must be presented prior to employment)
Copies of required certificates, transcripts or diplomas may be submitted with application. District may require that originals be presented for verification prior to employment. Please check with Personnel Services regarding acceptable certificates. For positions requiring college course work official transcripts will be required upon employment.
It is the applicant’s responsibility to meet all application requirements and supply copies of all required documents. A separate set of paperwork is required for each application submitted. All application materials submitted become the property of Bakersfield City School District.
The Bakersfield City School District wishes to thank all applicants for their interest in this position. Positions may be re advertised or application deadlines extended at the discretion of the District. Unless otherwise notified by the District, applications received in response to this bulletin will be considered for available District positions in this classification during the current school year. Those meeting minimum qualifications, including passage of required tests, will remain active during this time. Applicants will not be individually notified of their application status.
The provisions of this bulletin do not constitute a contract expressed or implied and any of the provisions contained herein may be modified or revoked without notice.