JOB TITLE:    General Secretary C & I

DUTY DAYS:  240 Days


SALARY SCHEDULE: Click for Salary Schedule


Primary Purpose:


To facilitate the accomplishment of district and campus goals and objectives by providing paraprofessional support to instructional specialists and the curriculum & instruction department
in general




Education / Certification:

Special Knowledge / Skills:


Major Responsibilities and Duties:

  1. Serve individual instructional specialists as assigned while maintaining commitment to the overall C&I department.

  2. Acquire specific knowledge concerning instructional programs and activities to be better able to serve customers: assists teachers, administrators, parents, other community members, and students as necessary.

  3. Answer telephone and greet callers on behalf of instructional specialists; take messages, answer questions directly, or refer as necessary.

  4. Prepare requisitions and maintain budget records for instructional specialists.

  5. Prepare correspondence and other printed material for specialists.

  6. Maintain records and files for specialists, including program specific information as necessary (enrollment, etc.).

  7. Assist in preparation of staff development activities (acquiring and organizing supplies, handling registration and scheduling, etc.); may handle money if fees are required

  8. Make travel arrangements for instructional specialists.

  9. Work closely with other departments as necessary to serve specialists (operations, maintenance, purchasing, transportation, MIS, etc.).

  10. Maintain current knowledge and skills related to computers used in performance of job tasks.

  11. Maintain confidentiality of material, especially that relating to individual students,teachers, etc.

Working Conditions:


Mental Demands:

Ability to communicate effectively (verbal); maintain emotional control under stress; interpret policy, procedures, and data; coordinate district functions.


Physical Demands / Environmental Factors:

Frequent prolonged and irregular hours; Repetitive hand motions; prolonged use of computer; steady phone interactions; moderate standing, walking, and bending.