Job Description

Openings as of 12/13/2018
Office/Clerical Paraprofessional

  • Office Aide II - (193 Days) JobID: 2616
  • Position Type:
    Office/Clerical Paraprofessional/Aide - Office I, Office II

  • Date Posted:
    11/27/2018

  • Location:
    Bear Creek Intermediate

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    Job Title: Aide II, Office Wage/Hour Status: Nonexempt

    Department/School: Assigned Campus Pay Grade: PR 2 ($98.19 - $118.35)

    Reports to: Principal HR Date Approved: August, 2006

    Revised: December 2015

    SUMMARY:


    Provides support to campus, which may include, but not limited to, regular and alternative placement classrooms, computer labs, library, lunchroom, and clerical and reception duties, etc.

    BASIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

    The essential functions, pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the characteristic duties and responsibilities noted herein, however, this list represents examples only, and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions found in this job description.

    • Model core organizational beliefs and values; perform duties in an effective and efficient manner for the purpose of supporting and contributing to high student achievement.

    • Receive and direct incoming calls, take reliable messages, and route to appropriate staff.

    • Greet and direct campus visitors.

    • Assist parents in checking students in and out of school.

    • Receive, sort, and distribute mail, messages, documents, and other deliveries.

    • Call parents to verify student absences.

    • Assist with preparation of materials for mailing, including preparing labels, stuffing envelopes, etc.

    • Order supplies as directed.

    • Set up computer lab schedule for all staff; open all labs in the morning and shut them down in the afternoon, as directed.

    • Maintain computerized files using personal computer including reports, employee roster, and mailing lists.

    • Supervise students assigned to alternative placements as needed.

    • Create tutorial packets for students in alternative placements and using computer labs, as assigned.

    • Work with certified teachers and campus administrators to create and maintain an orderly and highly structured alternative classroom environment; consult with classroom teachers regarding student assignments; work with students to complete assignments; distribute, collect, and check student assignments for accuracy for students assigned to regular and alternative classroom.

    • Work with library/technology media specialist to support efficient and effective operation of library services.

    • Supervise student behavior during lunch periods; provide assistance to students with managing food items, i.e., opening milk cartons, packages, thermos and/or cans.

    • Maintain copy and fax machines, as assigned.

    • Update student emergency cards as needed.

    • Attend and participate in faculty meetings and special events and serve on staff committees as required.

    • Utilize effective communication skills; ensure that all interactions with students, district personnel, and parents are supportive, courteous, and respectful.

    • Maintain confidentiality.

    • Comply with all policies, operating procedures, legal requirements, and verbal and written directives.

    • Participate in staff development training programs to improve job performance.

    • Comply with the Professional Code of Ethics and Standard Practices for Texas Educators.
    • Perform other related duties as assigned.

    SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • None

    SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE:

    • Proficient computer skills
    • Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills

    • Ability to follow verbal and written instructions

    • Skill in working with a variety of students in varied situations

    • Ability to be self-motivated and self-directed

    • Ability to operate multi-line phone system
    • Ability to multi-task

    Equipment Used: Computer, printer, scanner, copier, fax machine, multi-line telephone, media retrieval system, video camera, projectors, digital cameras, personal electronic devices

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    Education/Certification:

    • High school diploma or equivalent

    • Valid Texas Educational Aide Certificate

      Experience:

    • One (1) year successful clerical experience in an office setting (preferred)

      For positions funded by Title monies or for positions at campuses identified as a campus-wide Title campus, the following additional qualifications apply:

    • Associate’s degree, two years of study at an institute of higher learning, or have met formal academic

      assessment required by No Child Left Behind Act.

    • Valid Texas Educational Aide Certificate

    MENTAL/PHYSICAL/ENVIRONMENTAL DEMANDS:

    • Maintain emotional control under stress
    • Work with frequent interruptions

    • Frequent sitting, bending, standing, kneeling

    • Occasional lifting up to 30 pounds

    • Repetitive hand motions





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