Classified Employment Opportunities
high school secretary/attendance clerk - in house only
Under the direction of the high school principal, perform complex and varied clerical support duties requiring an understanding of the operations, procedures and functions of an assigned school office; assist in assuring smooth office operations. Meet the public and district employees in an effective, tactful and diplomatic manner; develop methods for the collection of data; do arithmetical work and to perform clerical duties with both accuracy and speed; learn and interpret rules and regulations; file alphabetically and numerically; type at a minimal net rate of 45 words per minute; and work in a fast-paced environment under pressure.
1. Modern office practices, procedures and equipment.
2. Operation of a computer and assigned software.
3. Terminology, processes and operations of assigned school office.
4. Record-keeping and filing techniques.
5. Telephone techniques and etiquette.
6. Correct English usage, grammar, spelling, punctuation and vocabulary.
7. Interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy.
8. Applicable laws, codes, rules and regulations related to assigned activities.
9. Oral and written communication skills.
10. Proper methods of storing equipment, materials and supplies.
11. Basic math.
12. First Aid and CPR techniques.
2. Initiate and receive telephone calls; screen and route calls; take and relay messages; explain school and District policies and procedures; resolve issues as appropriate; monitor and maintain acceptable student behavior in the office.
3. Communicate with administrators, District and school staff and outside organizations regarding office operations, activities, supplies, policies and procedures, and student information; maintain schedules and calendars as assigned by the position.
4. Maintain a variety of operational records and files such as student enrollment, health, cumulative and registration; sort and file materials according to established procedures.
5. Establish and maintain various operational records, logs and files for school office functions such as student counseling activities, enrollment, registration, testing, graduation, immunization, attendance and health; sort, file and purge materials according to established procedures.
6. Maintain and process information related to assigned operational records; calculate totals and subtotals; compile summaries and information for routine reports as directed.
7. Compose correspondence independently or from oral instructions; type letters, reports, memoranda, suspension paperwork, records, requisitions and other materials from straight copy, rough drafts or oral instructions; proofread and verify accuracy and completeness of documents.
8. Input information into computerized database and generate a variety of reports and lists; assure the timely distribution and receipt of a variety of records and reports; request or provide information as necessary. (Microsoft Word and Aeries preferred)
9. Receive, sort and distribute mail; maintain inventory, requisitions. Order, receive, store and distribute office, classroom and school supplies, materials and equipment; follow up with vendors concerning missing or incorrect orders.
17. Administer basic first aid to students and staff; notify parents of ill or injured students; administer medication to student in accordance with physician instructions and District policies.
18. Perform related duties as assigned.
Sub. instructional aide pool
PERSONAL QUALITIES: Maintain a professional appearance; meet District standards for physical and mental health; demonstrate enthusiasm for assignment; demonstrate ability to maintain cooperative relations with others.
Graduation from high school and some applicable experience, education or training related to the program area. Recent experience in working with children or youth groups desirable.
Knowledge and Abilities:
Ability to understand and work effectively with children. Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions. Ability to engage in strenuous physical activities. Ability to perform simple clerical work. Ability to type or drive if required for the particular position. Ability to maintain harmonious working relationships with teachers, other employees, students, and parents.
Bilingual (Spanish) preferred, not required.
Under the direction of a classroom teacher, assists in the classroom with the instruction of children as assigned. Assists with duplication of materials, playground and lunchroom supervision; performs various clerical duties including typing, filing, copying, taking attendance; correcting tests and proctors examinations; prepares teaching aids and performs other duties as assigned or required.
Applicants must submit a Classified application, resume, and letters of recommendation. Applications may be obtained from www.biggs.org or Biggs Unified School District, 300 B Street, Biggs, CA 95917.
Application Deadline: Until a list has been established.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Start Date: As Arranged
Schedule: Up to 6 hours/day, and as arranged
Salary: $25.00 per game - JV & Varsity Football
- Must have basic clerical skills and basic math.
- All personnel must have ability to communicate orally and in writing; and ability to work cooperatively with other personnel and the community.
- Must be punctual, reliable, and respond to a flexible schedule.
Position Description: To collect money at one of the gates during home games.
Duties include: Collecting entrance fees, counting money, completing a deposit slip, and handing money to the game supervisor at the end of the evening.
All of the following information must be received before your application will be considered for this position: 1) classified application; 2) at least two letters of recommendation. Applications and information may be obtained from Biggs Unified School District, 300 B Street, Biggs, CA 95917 or www.biggs.org.
District Applicants please submit a letter of interest only (may be through email).