This position’s responsibility is to work in the ELL office conducting initial screening of ELL students entering the district using the Washington English Proficiency Assessment(WELPA). Additional duties are to provide secretarial support such as answering phones and serving as receptionist for a work group, performing word processing and data entry, maintaining files and records, and preparing materials.
Provides secretarial support to work group; performs skilled word processing, data entry and typing; operates a variety of office machines.
Answers telephones and assists visitors; provides a variety of customer service and public relations to the public, district staff, and other agencies; answers informational inquiries; takes messages.
Maintains a variety of records and files, and gathers information for reports.
Prepares, processes and distributes a variety of materials.
Performs special projects, such as compiling information for reports.
Provides back-up and peak-load assistance to office staff.
Administers the oral language proficiency exam to ELL students new to the district.
Administrative Secretary or assigned administrator.
Required to meet deadlines
Experiences interruptions to concentration.
Required to work with diverse populations.
May answer calls from frustrated or hostile individuals.
Required to sit for prolonged (2+ hours) periods.
Requires precise control of fingers and hand movements.
Required to discern fine visual detail.
Experiences prolonged (2+ hours) exposure to visual display terminal.
High school graduation or equivalent and one year of secretarial/clerical experience.
Required Knowledge of:
Customer service procedures.
General office machines.
Word processing software.
Correct grammar, spelling and English usage.
Required Skill in:
Accurate word processing and data input.
Required Ability t
Operate a multi-line phone system.
Use or learn the use of spreadsheet and database software.
Maintain accurate records.
Effective oral communication skills.
To meet and maintain punctuality and attendance expectations.
Perform all duties in accordance with applicable Board policies and district and legal requirements.
Perform all physical activities and meet all physical requirements indicated in section 6 above.
Exert all necessary mental effort indicated in section 7 above.
Perform all duties in accordance with applicable Board policies and District and Legal requirements.
Meet and maintain punctuality and attendance expectations.
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
AISP salary classification 3 ($ 13.26 per hour), 20 hours per week for a 190-day annual assignment.
This position is covered by a collective bargaining agreement that requires a membership or representation fee as an ongoing condition of continued employment after an individual is hired.
Bellevue School District - 9 months ago
The Bellevue School District serves a multi-ethnic and multi-racial population of approximately 15,000 students. The school district is comp...