Office Manager, Elementary

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Start Date
06/01/2020

Description

GRADE: 22
HOURLY RATE: $18.93
STANDARD HOURS PER WEEK: 40

FTE: 1.0
MONTHS PER YEAR: 
JOB CODE: 1300

POSITION TYPE: REPLACEMENT – REGULAR
LOCATION: THORNTON, CO.


Spanish speaking preferred.

SUMMARY: Responsible for the smooth and efficient operation of the elementary school administrative office.  Provide administrative assistance to the Principal, administrators, office and school staff and students by managing the school’s financial records and transactions through use of district information technology systems, answering/screening phone calls, preparing correspondence and other written communication, receiving and responding to inquiries and requests, coordinating meetings and events, supervising office staff, performing various personnel management functions, managing crisis situations, handling confidential information and other related duties. 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Frequency and percentage of time varies based on building assignment.

1.    Perform financial duties, through the use of district information technology systems,  for the school including monitoring school budget(s) and reporting variances to supervisor; maintaining bookkeeping-related databases; purchasing including P-cards; receiving, inventorying and delivering incoming shipments; collecting and counting monies for fundraisers, fines, fees and other activities; enter IC fees and generate contracts as need; preparing and making bank deposits; creating and submitting reports to Financial Services; reimbursements; reconciling school accounts and bank statements; handling bookkeeping for parent/school organizations; tracking grant proposals; and processing monthly budget reports. 
2.    Provide administrative/secretarial support to Principal, administrators and school staff with electronically update shared meeting documents, newsletters, handbooks, coordinating meetings; maintaining and updating master calendar for the school year; coordinating building use with the Facilities Use Department; creating and maintaining filing systems; distributing mail; issuing and tracking building keys; updating website and other related duties.
3.    Greet, welcome and assist all staff, students, parents, community members, callers and visitors to the school.  Answer phones, provide information, take and deliver messages and direct callers to appropriate individual.  Assist visitors, answer inquiries, provide information and direct to appropriate school areas.  Diffuse conflicts and/or difficult situations as needed in the school office.  Monitor students sent to the school office for disciplinary reasons.
4.    Monitor building visitors, visitor sign-in procedures and building activities including crisis situations such as building evacuations, lockdowns, emergency situations and safety procedures.  May initiate crisis procedures in the administrator’s absence with direction from appropriate officials.
5.    Monitor and coordinate office workflow including training and planning, assigning and directing work of assigned office staff; assisting with scheduling paraeducators and substitutes in the building; and developing, updating, communicating and implementing office and workroom procedures.
6.    Perform personnel management functions, through use of district information technology systems, including review, approval and verification of reported time in district time and labor system.  Prepare and analyze time and labor reports and complete paperwork for payment of stipends and other pay; maintaining and updating all personnel changes, and scheduling interviews.  Monitor guest teacher requirements and assure coverage as needed.  May assist in the employee evaluation process.  Maintain confidentiality of all related data.
7.    Provide back-up coverage to other positions, as necessary.
8.    Perform other job-related duties as assigned.

EDUCATION AND RELATED WORK EXPERIENCE:
•    High school diploma or equivalent.
•    Minimum of four years experience in clerical support positions.  Office management experience preferred.
•    Experience working with students preferred.
•    Must successfully complete current district training for supervision of Classified Staff within 1 year of entering position.

LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS or CERTIFICATIONS:
•    Criminal background check required for hire.
•    CPR and First Aid certifications preferred.
•    District RN Medication and Procedure Delegation and Health Aide training may be required.