Secretary of Curriculum Department

The Secretary to the Director of Curriculum and Assessment and Federal Programs is assigned the responsibility of providing administrative and secretarial support to assigned administrators; communicating information on behalf of the administrators to other staff, districts or agencies; and coordinating activities of assigned administrators. 

Primary Responsibility to:  Director of Curriculum and Assessment
                     Director of Federal Title Programs

Responsibilities (Job functions)
•    Greet employees and visitors to the office in a pleasant, informed manner providing information and creating a positive image of the office and the district.
•    Prepare correspondence, notebooks, charts, graphs and studies as required for the purpose of clearly communicating necessary information.
•    Complete and submit district, state and federal reports.
•    Respond to voice, text and email communication for the purpose of prompt communication of necessary information.
•    Assist with the organization and preparation for in-service and workshop activities both on and off campus.
•    Manage the purchasing procedures for the office, the federal Title programs, and the textbook adoption. 
•    Coordinate with the Director's appointment calendar.
•    Maintain student records on the student data management system for the purpose of having accurate data for test administration.  
•    Administer assessments.
•    Maintain hard copy files of correspondence, student records as well as records of staff development and textbook adoption as directed.
•    Assist other personnel as may be required for the purpose of supporting them in the completion of their work activities.
•    Perform other duties as assigned.  

Skills, Knowledge and Abilities Required:
•    Skills to organize and manage multiple tasks.
•    Effective oral and written communication skills.
•    Ability to develop creative solutions.
•    Knowledge of state and federal policies and procedures regarding Federal Title Programs, testing, and curriculum.
•    Computer skills including Excel, Word, presentations, email, student data management system, internet.
•    Knowledge of equipment including printers, copy machines, scanners, etc.
•    Patience and flexibility.