||Closing Date for Outside Candidates:
||Closing Date for Internal Candidates:
||(Internal Candidates will be considered before outside candidates)
||Director of Intervention & Prevention Services
- Possess an associate's degree in secretarial science or three years of relevant clerical experience along with appropriate business education training and skills.
- Have recent work experience in one or more of the following areas: secretarial, bookkeeping, clerical, computers, word processing and supervision.
- Be able to type at the rate of 70 words per minute, and do office arithmetic and computation
- Have a good working knowledge of computer programs.
- Be familiar with and/or be able to operate a variety of business office machines deemed essential to the office effectiveness.
- Be able to maintain an efficient system of filing.
- Possess strong organizational, time management skills and communication skills.
- Shall attend workshops/seminars periodically to upgrade skills and enhance professional growth.
Essential duties shall include, but are not limited to:
- Correspondence and communications of the Early Childhood Programs.
- Respond to phone/email messages for early childhood inquiries/business.
- Maintain accurate data for Illuminate/Skyward/PAT/32P data base and other reporting.
- Ensure quality data submission for 32P/PAT reporting.
- Ensure quality data submission for MSDS/CEPI data collection reporting.
- Ensure accurate caseloads for the Special Education and Medicaid system for early childhood.
- Complete all pupil accounting documents for each count period.
- Complete reports and submit related hard copy reports/documents as requested by supervisor.
- Provide support for Early On and Parents As Teachers Program including completing referrals and case management duties.
- Coordinate seamless inclusive preschool program support as needed with Administrative Assistant of Preschool Programs.
- Coordinate transition of special education files to elementary buildings and attend county Special Education Secretary meeting as needed.
- Coordinate the COSF/OSEP timelines and data entry with Early Childhood team.
- Schedule hearing and vision screening instruments to be calibrated so they remain in working order with necessary disposable supplies available.
- Conduct tasks for general staff.
Send cover letter, resume and completed support staff application to:
Dr. Lori Tubbergen Clark, Superintendent
Newaygo County RESA
4747 W. 48th Street
Fremont, MI 49412
||If you have questions, please contact the NC RESA Human Resources Department at 231.924.8853.