Part-Time Office Clerk, Larchmont Charter School at Larchmont Charter School

Application Deadline

Until Filled

Date Posted
8/15/2023
Contact
Number of Openings
1
Salary
Add'l Salary Info
Starts at $17/h, based on Education and Experience
Length of Work Year
Aug-Jun
Employment Type
Part Time

Requirements / Qualifications

Requirements / Qualifications

Primary Function: The Office Clerk’s primary responsibility is to assist the Office Manager with the day-to-day operations of the campus. The Office Clerk supports the needs of students, employees, and volunteers and maintains a clean and courteous office environment. With direction from the Office Manager and School Leader, this position manages daily communications to and from the front office. Minimum Qualifications: (*) One to two years of related experience and/or training (*) Charter School office experience (preferred) (*) Familiarity working with school-aged children (*) TB Test clearance & DOJ fingerprinting clearance (*) A demonstrated commitment to strong customer service, high professional ethical standards, and a diverse workplace

How to apply: Submit the following to lcsjobs@larchmontcharter.org with subject line: Part-Time Office Clerk • Must include Résumé clearly stating: all degree(s) earned, applicable professional development certifications earned, and each position held with dates of employment, employer, and responsibilities; • Must include a cover letter explaining in detail why you believe you are the right person for the position; • May include letters of recommendation (While not required as part of the initial submission, at least 3 references will be required for candidates who move forward.) If we would like to learn more about you, you will be contacted via e-mail. Please do not call; all inquiries should be submitted via e-mail. The position will be open until filled.


      Primary Function: The Office Clerk’s primary responsibility is to assist the Office Manager with the day-to-day operations of the campus. The Office Clerk supports the needs of students, employees, and volunteers and maintains a clean and courteous office environment. With direction from the Office Manager and School Leader, this position manages daily communications to and from the front office. Minimum Qualifications: (*) One to two years of related experience and/or training (*) Charter School office experience (preferred) (*) Familiarity working with school-aged children (*) TB Test clearance & DOJ fingerprinting clearance (*) A demonstrated commitment to strong customer service, high professional ethical standards, and a diverse workplace

      How to apply: Submit the following to lcsjobs@larchmontcharter.org with subject line: Part-Time Office Clerk • Must include Résumé clearly stating: all degree(s) earned, applicable professional development certifications earned, and each position held with dates of employment, employer, and responsibilities; • Must include a cover letter explaining in detail why you believe you are the right person for the position; • May include letters of recommendation (While not required as part of the initial submission, at least 3 references will be required for candidates who move forward.) If we would like to learn more about you, you will be contacted via e-mail. Please do not call; all inquiries should be submitted via e-mail. The position will be open until filled.

          Comments and Other Information

          Larchmont is a constructivist school. Constructivism is a theory of learning which holds that each of us has a unique schema of the world based on our lived experience and that by interacting with our environment we make connections to what we already know and construct new meaning. It is therefore essential that we know our students well to be able to meet them where they are and grow from there. We do this through small class size, looping, longer periods of instruction, and a focus on social-emotional development and community K-12. Learning is seen as an active process. Diversity is core to our model because it is through ensuring a richly diverse environment – of both people and programming – that we create the setting for learning to occur. The diversity of our community provides students the opportunities to interact and benefit from students and staff from disparate backgrounds often resulting in a variety of perspectives leading to diversity of thought and increasing critical and creative thinking. The diversity in the program – both the interdisciplinary project-based learning and the rich array of enrichment and elective offerings – music, art, movement, cooking, gardening, improvisation, and more K-12 – tap into our students’ multiple intelligences and facilitate them making connections across the curriculum. This is the power of our model. This Diverse by Design video highlights the power of integration and how Larchmont is part of a national movement to realize the vision and promise of Brown v. Board of Education. It was made possible through a generous benefactor and professional filmmaker in our community. Copy and paste this link to your browser to learn more about LCS: https://youtu.be/NrSKSbkju2c

          Comments and Other Information


          Larchmont is a constructivist school. Constructivism is a theory of learning which holds that each of us has a unique schema of the world based on our lived experience and that by interacting with our environment we make connections to what we already know and construct new meaning. It is therefore essential that we know our students well to be able to meet them where they are and grow from there. We do this through small class size, looping, longer periods of instruction, and a focus on social-emotional development and community K-12. Learning is seen as an active process. Diversity is core to our model because it is through ensuring a richly diverse environment – of both people and programming – that we create the setting for learning to occur. The diversity of our community provides students the opportunities to interact and benefit from students and staff from disparate backgrounds often resulting in a variety of perspectives leading to diversity of thought and increasing critical and creative thinking. The diversity in the program – both the interdisciplinary project-based learning and the rich array of enrichment and elective offerings – music, art, movement, cooking, gardening, improvisation, and more K-12 – tap into our students’ multiple intelligences and facilitate them making connections across the curriculum. This is the power of our model. This Diverse by Design video highlights the power of integration and how Larchmont is part of a national movement to realize the vision and promise of Brown v. Board of Education. It was made possible through a generous benefactor and professional filmmaker in our community. Copy and paste this link to your browser to learn more about LCS: https://youtu.be/NrSKSbkju2c