Entreprise: Union School
Type de contrat de travail:
Administration et Secrétariat
Localisation: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Date d'embauche: 19 août 2019
Publiée le: Aug 05, 2019
Executive Secretary at Union School
Description du poste:
The School Secretary, under the general supervision of the Administrative Team, performs a variety of clerical tasks requiring detailed knowledge of school procedures and policies; supports the team with routine administrative and clerical details; maintains records; and acts as liaison between the team with staff, students, parents and community.
1.1 Experience in secretarial and clerical procedures as well as computer/data processing.
1.2 Proficient in a variety of current technologies and office software (word, excel, database). Efficient and accurate word processing and keyboarding skills.
1.3 Ability to work independently and efficiently with minimum supervision, including developing and implementing effective office procedures.
1.4 Ability to keep numerical records and compile reports.
1.5 Ability to relate to students with respect, compassion, tact and understanding.
1.6 Ability to establish effective rapport with pupils and maintain effective working relationships with administrators, teachers, parents, and other staff members.
A propos de Union School
Union School founded in 1919, is a private, coeducational day school offering an American style college preparatory education, to students of all nationalities in pre-kindergarten through grade 12. The School comprises two semesters extending from late August to mid-January and from mid-January to mid-June.
Organization: The School is governed by a seven-member Board of Trustees. Elected members serve a three-year term. Terms are staggered so that two members are elected each year. The Board is elected by the Union School General Assembly, the sponsors of the School. Membership in the assembly is automatically conferred on the parents or guardians of children enrolled in the School. The School is incorporated and tax-exempt in the United States, and it is legally constituted as a “Public Utility” under Haitian law.