Maintenance & Operations Technician
Under limited direction, to perform a wide variety of technical tasks and execute complex and responsible clerical work of more than average difficulty; and to do related work as required consistent with the job description.
Directly responsible to Director, Maintenance, Operations and Transportation.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
- Performs a wide variety of complex work utilizing computer programs, and preparation of materials for print with accuracy and speed, including checking, and recording information
- Processes applications for and collects transportation fees and school impact fees; prepares letters, reports, and memoranda, including material of a confidential nature
- Operates various computer terminals and utilizes specialized computer programs and word processing programs to compile and record information for preparing and maintaining accurate and complete records and reports
- Computing statistical data and maintaining file systems
- Provides information and assistance to district personnel and/or the general public regarding services provided by the district or refers persons to another source of information
- Operates a typewriter, copier, and various other equipment
- Establishes and maintains cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the course of work
- Understands and carries out oral and written directions
- Makes arithmetical calculations with speed and accuracy
- Analyzes situations and adopts an effective course of action.
- On an as needed basis performs limited dispatching duties such as operating a two way radio or phone device, communicates with bus drivers and school sites when dispatcher is off duty.
DEMONSTRATED KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES:
- Modern office practices, procedures and equipment.
- Operation of a computer and assigned software.
- Terminology, processes and operations of assigned office or program.
- Record-keeping and filing techniques. Telephone techniques and etiquette.
- Basic research methods and report preparation techniques.
- Correct English usage, grammar, spelling, punctuation and vocabulary.
- Interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy.
- Applicable laws, codes, rules and regulations.
- Oral and written communication skills.
- Basic budgeting practices regarding monitoring and control.
- Basic math.
- Proper methods of storing equipment, materials, and supplies.
- Communicate effectively with students, parents, staff and administration.
- Interpret, apply and explain applicable laws, codes, rules, regulations, policies and procedures.
- Answer telephones and greet the public courteously.
- Maintain records, logs and files.
- Learn principles of training and providing work direction and guidance to others.
- Compile, assemble, verify and prepare data for records and reports.
- Determine appropriate action within clearly defined guidelines.
- Compose correspondence and written materials independently.
- Work independently with little direction.
- Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others.
- Meet schedules and time lines.
- Plan and organize work.
- Add, subtract, multiply and divide quickly and accurately.
- Operate a variety of office equipment including a computer and assigned software.
- Be able to multitask.
- Maintain consistent, punctual and regular attendance.
- Sit or stand for extended periods of time.
- Read a variety of materials.
- Bend at the waist, kneel or crouch to file materials.
- Type at a rate of thirty-five (35) words per minutep
- Pass qualifying tests.
Two (2) years of increasingly responsible clerical experience, preferably including at least one (1) year of experience in a school district.
Salary Range 31
Revised September 2002, Approved 10/25/02 Revised September 2011 Approved CSEA Executive Board: 10/6/11
CSEA President Initials: RL Approved District Representative: 9/30/11
District Rep Initials: VB