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TYPIST CLERK II - SUBSTITUTE/TEMPORARY (2107) TYPING CERTIFICATE REQUIRED

at Glendale Unified School District

Pay: up to $14.66/hour
Salary : $14.66/Hour
Posted: 8/8/2019
Job Status: Contract/Temporary
Job Reference #: 2432854
Keywords: clerical, office

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Overall Job Objective

Job Title:TYPIST CLERK II - SUBSTITUTE/TEMPORARY (2107) TYPING CERTIFICATE REQUIRED
Opening Date/Time: Mon. 05/06/19 12:00 AM Pacific Time
Closing Date/Time:Continuous
Salary:$14.66/Hour
Job Type:SUBSTITUTE/TEMPORARY
Location:District-wide/As needed, California
Department:District-wide/As needed
 
THIS RECRUITMENT IS FOCUSED ON HIRING SUBSTITUTE/HOURLY EMPLOYEES.

A Typist Clerk II performs general office and clerical duties requiring the ability to interpret and apply procedures and policies to assigned responsibilities. Clerical duties require the ability to perform skilled keyboarding using a standard computer.

Some positions in this classification require bilingual skills in Armenian or Spanish (speak, read, and write).

SUBSTITUTE EMPLOYEES ARE PAID A FIXED HOURLY RATE OF $14.66. Substitute positions do not include benefits.

VACANCIES: Various opportunities exist for on-call temporary assignments. 
Positions may be at various locations throughout the district boundaries (Glendale, La Crescenta, or Montrose) and may be long term. Applications will be processed periodically and according to the needs of the district.

TYPING CERTIFICATE REQUIRED: MINIMUM 40 NET WORDS PER MINUTE WITH 80% ACCURACY. Certificate must be attached to the on-line application. Incomplete applications are disqualified. See detailed requirements on the next page.
 Examples of Duties:
Note: A more complete list of requirements, duties and responsibilities can be found on our website at www.gusd.net > Departments: Human Resources > Classified Job Descriptions

-Performs clerical work including proofreading, skilled typing, filing, checking and recording information on records; sorts, codes, and files correspondence, vouchers, forms, documents, and other materials numerically, alphabetically or by another predetermined classification.
-Acts as a receptionist; accepts applications for school services; answers the telephone and gives information to the general public; receives and refers inquires to appropriate staff.
-Maintains records; enters or extracts information on or from records using a computer terminal.
-Types data on vouchers, cards, and other forms; addresses envelopes, operates photocopying and duplicating machines; may cut stencils. Operates various office equipment.
-Gathers, compiles, and summarizes data and maintains records.
-Orders, receives, stores, issues, and delivers supplies, books, materials, and equipment.
-Types letters, reports, requisitions, schedules, forms, contracts, and similar materials from rough drafts, marginal notes, or verbal instructions. Reviews records for accuracy.
-May notify parents or other responsible adults of student illness and bring to the attention of the school nurse an apparent need for medical, mental, or dental referral. 
-Supports the Health Office; renders minor first aid; updates and files student health records; maintains health office equipment and supplies in a clean and usable condition
-Performs related duties as assigned.
 Employment Standards:
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
-One year of recent experience in general clerical work.
-Typing Certificate Required: Ability to type/keyboard input accurately at a speed not less than 40 net words per minute.

Other License or Certificate:
-Depending upon assignment, possession of a valid State of California Class "C" driver's license.  Ability to be insured at standard vehicle liability and property damage insurance rates and maintain insurability.
-Possession of a standard Red Cross First-Aid certificate within three months of appointment may be required.
Desirable: Written and oral proficiency in a second language.

TYPING CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS. PLEASE READ CAREFULLY:
A copy of the typing certificate must be scanned and attached to the on-line employment application. Applications without a valid typing certificate will be disqualified. The Human Resources department will not contact candidates regarding possible problems with any certificates. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE APPLICANTS TO REVIEW THEIR CERTIFICATES TO ENSURE THE PROPER TEST WAS COMPLETED, AND THAT COMPLETE INFORMATION WITH VALID RESULTS ARE INCLUDED ON THE CERTIFICATE.
Certificates are subject to verification. Acceptable agencies are a government agency, an employment agency, a business college, an adult school, or a public school system. Self-administered Internet (on-line) test scores and certificates are not acceptable. Certification may be in the form of a certificate, letter, or test results form and must clearly state the following:
1. Name of issuing agency and official emblem.
2. Address and telephone number of agency.
3. Name of applicant.
4. Date of test. The typing test must be dated within two years of the final filing date on the examination bulletin. Certificates older than two years will not be accepted.
5. Gross typing speed; net typing speed; and number of errors or percentage of accuracy.
6. Duration of test in minutes.
7. Name and signature of person certifying the results.
The following are examples only of acceptable issuing agencies. However, you may obtain a valid certificate meeting the above criteria from any other accredited agencies. Applicants are advised to call and verify all terms before paying any fees.
-Hart Employment Services (626) 405-0778, 220 S. Kenwood St., Ste 320, Glendale, CA 91205
-Burbank Adult School (818) 558-4611, 3811 W. Allen Ave., Burbank, CA 91505
-North-West College (626) 796-5815, 530 E. Union Street, Pasadena, CA 91101
-Olympic Staffing Svcs (626) 447-3558, 444 East Huntington Drive, Ste 101, Arcadia, CA 91006
 Examination Process:
To apply: Visit www.gusd.net > Departments: Human Resources > Current Employment Opportunities > Classified Opportunities
review of applicants' experience and qualifications will be conducted. Based on that evaluation, a limited number of the top-qualifying applicants whose qualifications best meet the current needs of the District will be invited to participate in the next step of the process. 
Salary: Substitute employees are paid a fixed hourly rate of $14.66
Substitute positions do not include benefits.

GUSD is an Equal Opportunity Employer who serves a diverse community.