LOS ANGELES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT CLASS DESCRIPTION
PERSONNEL COMMISSION Class Code 2076
Assists an administrator by carrying out complex, but well-defined projects and performing low-level administrative work in coordinating procedures, gathering and synthesizing information, composing and editing departmental and school publications, and providing work direction and participating in other activities.
Assists in a wide variety of administrative matters by carrying out fairly well-defined projects in which
methods and procedures may be altered to fit circumstances, such as making surveys and evaluations of materials, equipment, and clerical methods and workload.
Assists with project planning, coordination (staff, scheduling, etc.), implementation and evaluation for
the school or program.
Collects, organizes and analyzes data and information as directed from various student information
systems or related data systems and coordinates the dissemination of information to others in
relation to assigned projects.
Provides work direction and participates in composing, editing and publishing departmental, division
and school publications in accordance with instructions and subject to review, including operational instructions, code lists, bulletins, correspondence, programs of performances, newsletters, and memorandums.
Maintains liaison with other departments, schools and the community in order to carry out
May prepare budget transfer requests including supporting data, maintain controls on expenditure
accounts, and recommend adjustments in accounts.
May set up, organize and coordinate the maintenance of files and indexes.
May solicit the community and former alumni in the support of school needs and goals.
Performs related duties as assigned.
DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS AMONG RELATED CLASSES
An Administrative Aide relieves administrators of a variety of details, carrying out well-defined assignments with independence of judgment and acting within general limits.
An Administrative Assistant performs staff duties to relieve an administrator of details relative to clerical procedures and methods, budget preparation and control, or other areas of business operations of an organizational unit.
A Financial Aide receives training and performs well defined and less difficult duties directly related to more responsible tasks performed by higher-level employees in financial or accounting analysis classes. Progress to more difficult duties is expected as the employee gains in knowledge.
General supervision is received from an administrator. Work direction may be exercised over clerical employees, students, and volunteers.
Office layout, equipment, and procedures
Research techniques, including elementary statistics
Basic capabilities and applications of data processing
Organization of the administrative divisions and schools of the District
Filing and other information-storage systems
Spreadsheet, database, word processing and graphics computer software programs
Learn and interpret laws, rules, and regulations
Determine the best methods of collecting and analyzing data
Compose informational material and instructions in precise English
Edit written work prepared by others
Deal tactfully and effectively with school personnel and the public
Special Physical Requirements:
Manual dexterity as required to operate standard office machines and a computer terminal
Visual acuity to read detailed documents, some in small print
Graduation from a recognized college or university, preferably including courses in school business management, budgeting, accounting, public administration, statistics, and report writing. Experience in collecting, analyzing, and reporting data related to budgetary, personnel, and accounting functions or in office management may be substituted for the required education on a year-for-year basis.
Experience in collecting, analyzing, and reporting data related to budgetary, personnel, and accounting functions or in office management is desirable.
A valid California Driver License.
Use of an automobile.
This class description is not a complete statement of essential functions, responsibilities, or requirements. Requirements are representative of the minimum level of knowledge, skill, and/or abilities. Management retains the discretion to add or change typical duties of a position at any time.