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Under the direction of a Director or Site Administrator, works independently to provide clerical services, coordinates budget information, coordinates committee meetings, and works on miscellaneous activities and other projects as assigned.

– Essential duties of this position may include, but are not limited to, the following:

1. Greets all visitors, determines their needs, checks appointments, and directs or escorts them to the proper person;
2. Responsible for data entry;
3. Independently prepares forms regarding students, personnel absence requests, and/or other district forms;
4. Provides information concerning school programs and procedures;
5. Sorts, opens, and distributes mail;
6. Initiates and receives telephone calls;
7. Prepares purchase orders, requisitions, and maintains records of expenditures;
8. Orders, maintains, utilizes and distributes instructional materials and equipment;
9. Types a variety of material including correspondence, reports, and memos;
10. Maintains student records and files;
11. Operates a variety of office machines;
12. Schedules and organizes meetings as directed;
13. Compiles and mails committee agendas and meeting notices;
14. Takes minutes at committee meetings;
15. Collects and maintains data;
16. Assists with the preparation and inventory of materials;
17. Assists with the development of schedules;
18. Performs other related duties as assigned which are reasonably related to the above.

1. Must be a mature, friendly adult who is sensitive to the needs of children and adults;
2. Knowledge of business letter writing and forms;
3. Knowledge of modern office methods and practices, including word processing and filing;
4. Knowledge of English usage, correct grammar, spelling, punctuation, and composition;
5. Knowledge of basic mathematical skills to prepare a variety of reports;
6. Knowledge of Pupil Personnel Services;
7. Ability to compose correspondence or reports independently;
8. Ability to type 50 words per minute;
9. Ability to establish and maintain harmonious working relationships;
10. Ability to learn and apply rules, regulations and policies;
11. Ability to work independently in the absence of specific instructions, establishing priorities to meet deadlines;
12. Ability to learn district organization and key personnel;
13. Ability to perform a variety of complex clerical and record keeping work requiring exercise of judgment and knowledge of subject area.

Cover Letter, Current typing certificate showing minimum of 50 wpm (no more than two years old/online tests not accepted)

Minimum Education and Experience

Education Required: High School
Hiring Requirements for this Job:
  • Background Checks
  • Minimum Hourly Wage: $21.42
    Maximum Hourly Wage: $23.58

    About Redding School District

    We Believe...
    - That a positive environment is essential
    - In preparing for the future
    - Personal growth is essential for success
    - Educational excellence is our shared primary responsibility
    - Decision-making is a collaborative process
    - Diversity enhances education
    - In a learning environment which supports all students, regardless of their gender, ethnicity, or race