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Posted: 
2024-06-14
Job Type: 
Part Time
Employment length: 
Permanent
Language requirements: 
English
Education requirements: 
College/CEGEP
Job experience: 
1 year to less than 2 years
Job industry: 
Education
Job Location: 
Ottawa
External Posting - applications from approved casual and term ESP members and external applicants. (If you are a Regular (permanent) ESP employee, please apply to the Internal posting)

The Ottawa-Carleton District School Board is the largest school board in Eastern Ontario and offers students and parents a world of choice for learning. Our nearly 150 schools offer a wide range of programs to promote learning excellence and meet the individual needs of students, parents, and the community at large. Our schools are teaching communities where principals, vice-principals, teachers and support staff nurture student well-being and challenge students to achieve their best.We are seeking a creative, dynamic, committed professional to join our team:

Elementary School Office Assistant

Hilson Avenue Public School Position Status:50% Regular

Work Year:10 months per year

Hours of Work:Monday to Friday,12:00 - 3:30 pm; 17.5 hours per week

Salary Rate: $21.98 to $27.52 per hour

Effective:August 26, 2024 Under the direction of the Elementary School Office Administrator, the Elementary School Office Assistant assists staff, students, and the public; ensures the safety and well-being of students; supports the school office (answering phones, correspondence); maintains student and staff information (recording, monitoring, and tracking systems); assists with financial accounts; and performs other related duties to support the school office.

Qualifications Completion of a Secondary School Diploma, and 1 to 2 years related experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Continuous upgrading of computer skills is required.

Familiarity with relevant legislation including the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act; The Immunization of School Pupils Act, and the Ministry of Ontario Student Record (OSR) Guidelines.

Familiarity with Board and school policies and procedures including Board Admissions-Enrolment Guidelines, Board Purchasing Manual;

Proficient in word-processing, databases, accounting software, spreadsheet, desktop publishing, electronic mail, and integrated and other software applications; Ability to operate standard office equipment and administer public address system;

Experience working with google applications, (ie. docs/sheets/forms, email, calendars, online meetings)

Organizational and time-management skills are required to prioritize work.

Writing skills are required to prepare correspondence and/or reports.

Interpersonal and communication skills are required to exchange and clarify information, and to understand and respond to inquiries using tact, diplomacy and discretion when dealing with the public, staff and students.

Accounting skills to maintain the budget required (if applicable to the assignment)

First Aid certification and ability to administer first aid. Application Process Applications will be considered in accordance with the ESP Collective Agreement, in the following order: 1. First consideration is given to Regular full-time and Regular part-time employees within ESP bargaining unit. You must apply to the Internal Posting.

2. Term and casual employees within ESP bargaining unit are given 2nd consideration. You must apply to the posting marked as 'external'.

3. External applicants (including Board employees that do not belong to this bargaining unit) will be considered only if applications from 1 & 2 have been exhausted.

If you are a Regular part-time ESP member and also on the ESP Casual List, you will see both postings. However, you must apply to the "Internal" Job posting in order to be given 1st consideration. Evaluation & Assessment: In accordance with the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board's Administrative and Support Staff Selection Process, the evaluation and assessment of candidates will be completed using the following four (4) identified areas of performance: Organizational and Management Skills, Communication, Interpersonal Skills, and Knowledge and Practice, as they relate to the duties, qualifications, knowledge and education outlined above.

OCDSB employees serve students, colleagues, families and community partners. We invite people of all abilities, orientations, faiths, ethnicities, races, genders and ages to join us as we create learning and working spaces that honour the unceded and unsurrendered land of the Algonquin people, and respect, value and increasingly reflect the diversity of Ottawa. Your lived experience is an essential contribution to deliver the education every student deserves with dignity. If you require accommodations at any point in the selection process, please send an email to hrcompetitions@ocdsb.ca at any time. EDUCATING FOR SUCCESS - BUILDING BRIGHTER FUTURES TOGETHER Personal information is collected pursuant to the Education Act and will be used to determine the eligibility for employment with the OCDSB. Questions about this collection should be directed to the Manager, Human Resources, 133 Greenbank Road, Nepean, Ontario K2H 6L3.