Job Description / Essential Elements:
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TECHNICIAN II
Under the direction of an assigned supervisor, perform a variety of moderately difficult clerical work involving typing and related tasks, clerical duties relating to student health care; maintain student health records, and attend to students referred to the office for health issues.
Positions in this class will be assigned clerical duties which require a working knowledge of subject matter and clerical functions. Incumbents work within a framework of established procedures and are expected to perform a wide variety of typing and general clerical duties with only occasional instruction or assistance. Adequate performance at this level requires knowledge of departmental procedures and policies, and the ability to choose among a limited number of alternatives in solving routine problems. Employees in this class have frequent contact with students, staff, and the public in answering a variety of procedural questions or giving information from established records.
1. Perform a wide variety of responsible clerical work including typing, proofreading, filing, checking, and recording information on records.
2. Answer the telephone and provide information concerning specific programs, schedules and activities.
3. Assemble, compute, prepare and tabulate data and information for a variety of reports and other purposes.
4. Verify columns of figures and make extensions and arithmetical calculations; maintain and post information to records.
5. Obtain information and data from records, and record and tabulate data for reports; make receipts for cash, currency and checks.
6. Receive, sort and distribute incoming and outgoing mail.
7. Sort, index and file materials alphabetically, numerically and by other predetermined categories.
8. Operate typewriter, mimeograph, adding and other office machines.
9. May contact substitute instruction staff.
10. May monitor department budget.
11. Maintain student health, immunization, and emergency medical records; ensure that required records are on file for every student.
12. Record accident and injury information from students and teachers; record all health data in a timely manner.
13. Screen students referred to the office; administer minor first aid; observe sick students; determine if additional or emergency care is required; refer decisions for emergency or additional care to supervising administrator or district nurse; offer assistance to students until care is available.
14. Perform related duties as assigned.
SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES:
Modern office methods, practices and procedures; correct English usage, spelling, grammar, and punctuation; standard office machines; basic math. Basic First Aid and CPR procedures and techniques; record keeping techniques; oral and written communication; student needs and behavior.
Perform a variety of clerical work involving use of independent judgment requiring accuracy and speed; spell correctly, use good English, and make arithmetical calculations; type at 45 words per minute; understand and carry out oral and written instructions; maintain cooperative working relationships; operate a variety of office machines including duplicating equipment; learn policies and procedures specific to an assigned function. Administer First Aid and CPR, assess emergency situations quickly and calmly.
LICENSES AND CERTIFICATES:
Possession of Standard Red Cross First Aid Certificate; current CPR Certificate; willingness to obtain advance Red Cross First Aid Certificate within six months of employment.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Any combination equivalent to graduation from high school, including or supplemented by courses in typing and record keeping, one year of experience in typing and general clerical work, and two years of experience in a health related field.
Typical office environment subject to interruptions, emergency situations, lifting ill or injured students.