Campus Administrator

  • 3-6 Year
  • Toronto
  •   Posted On: March 7, 2018
  •   Skills:  Communication, School Administration

Job Overview

Roles & Responsibilities

At Blyth Academy, shaping the minds of our next generation is a responsibility we fully embrace. With campuses across Ontario that are specifically designed to inspire students grades 6 to 12, and classrooms that offer personalized learning environments, we provide opportunities for young minds to reach their fullest potential.

The Campus Administrator works closely with the Principal and Guidance Counselor in a supportive role to ensure the smooth running of each campus.

The Principal will meet with the Campus Administrator on a regular basis to coordinate appointments, calendars, campus and teaching supplies, teacher contracts and other varied duties.

Job Description

A Campus Administrator performs a diverse set of tasks under the pressure of timelines and confidentiality. Jobs do vary depending on the size of the school, but generally, the Campus Administrator will:

Provide clerical and administrative support to the Principal, Guidance Counselor and teaching staff;
Ensure that the school operates in a consistently organized manner every day;
Coordinate appropriate collection of documentation from students and staff;
Maintain and oversee all recordkeeping for students and staff;
Adhere to rigorous student and staff confidentiality protocols in all circumstances;
Act as first point-of-contact to callers, relay messages, and transfer calls as appropriate;
Handle visitor inquiries, and direct them to the appropriate person according to their needs;
Distribute newsletters and other information in a timely manner;
Maintain an event calendar;
Make copies of correspondence and other printed material;
Set up and maintain paper and electronic filing systems for records, correspondence, and other material;
Collect and disburse funds from the campus budget; keep accurate records of collections and disbursements; tracking petty cash and campus credit card
Record attendance and absences; make phone calls as appropriate;
Manage projects from a clerical perspective, and contribute to teamwork;
Order, track and dispense supplies;
Prepare teacher contracts and maintain teacher pay records in a timely manner;
Liaison between service staff including campus security, grounds, cleaning and similar operations;
Joining the CA conference calls and team meetings;
Performing other duties as required to assist in the smooth running of the campus, including delegating work to assistant administrators or night-time supervisors;
Communicate regularly with Head Office staff and various departments.

Qualifications

A people oriented person
Enjoys working with and supporting students and their families
Understands administrative duties, can multitask and is highly organized
Can meet deadlines
Can maintain records with a high degree of accuracy
Can work as part of a team
Can work with frequent interruptions
Operate office equipment such as fax machines, copiers, and phone systems; and use computers for spreadsheet, word processing, database management, and other applications
Can provide discretionary assistance and support during frequent busy times at the campus

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