Administrative Assistant to the Chief Leadership Officer
High School Diploma or equivalent required, advanced education/training, preferred
SBEC/TEA Paraprofessional Certification, or eligible
Notary Public for Dallas County, or eligible for commission
Thorough knowledge of school district organization, operations, and administrative policies
Highly proficient in general office skills, including office management and organization
Advance knowledge in Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point and Access
Ability to incorporate technological advances into daily office operations
Ability to compose general correspondence, maintain accurate records, manage files, and display a pleasant and professional appearance to the public
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Must be detail oriented, have excellent proofreading, editing and grammatical skills
Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously, and handle heavy load with critical deadlines
Be a self-starter, proactive planner, and be able to perform office functions with minimal supervision
Must maintain highly confidential and sensitive information
Minimum of five (5) years or more of successful, advanced administrative assistant experience in an executive environment
- Prepare correspondence, forms, and reports as needed.
- Compile pertinent data as needed when preparing various reports.
- Manage pertinent information, such as Travel Approval Requests and Field Trip Forms in a timely manner.
- Assist Chief Officer with organization and planning for administrative monthly meetings.
- Maintain and organize physical and computerized departmental files.
- Perform routine bookkeeping tasks for the department budget and manage spending of the department funds.
- Prepare purchase requisitions, check requests, reconciliations and other Oracle business related transactions for Chief Officer.
- Answer incoming calls, refer inquiries or problems to the appropriate department.
- Schedule, organize and manage online calendar for Chief Officer.
- Complete registrations, travel arrangements and prepare travel documents.
- Maintain supplies and equipment for the office and operate office equipment.
- Review and distribute mail.
- Monitor and manage personnel time records (Kronos) for specified professional and paraprofessionals.
- Assist in the promotions of positive community relations through effective email and phone communications with parents, teachers, administrators and other district personnel.
- Perform other duties as assigned or needed in order to assist other departments reporting to the Chief Officer.
- Demonstrate behavior that is professional, ethical and responsible.
- Maintain confidentiality of information at all times commensurable with experience of position.