The Administrative Assistant is responsible for the administrative work delegated by the Program Operations Director. This position is responsible for meeting multiple deadlines and being able to fulfill a flexible schedule. The Administrative Assistant will ensure adequate/professional coverage of the office at all times. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSA’s) Requirements • Associate Degree in English, Communication, Human Services or a related field with a min. of 2 yrs. Administrative Exp. OR • High School Diploma or College Credits with a min. of 3 yrs. Administrative Exp. • Minimum 2 yrs. exp. working with Microsoft Suite applications. • Demonstrated Ability to multi-task and meet deadlines. • Strong interpersonal, communication and organizational skills. • Strong attention to detail. • Ability to work with limited supervision. • Ability to exercise confidentiality in performing duties. • Ability to be a team player. Essential Job Functions – The core job duties and responsibilities. Other duties may be assigned. • Provide administrative and clerical support to the Program Operations Division Director as primary and other Division Staff as necessary, or assigned by Director. • Responsible for maintenance of an accurate filing and information retrieval system for the Division. • Maintain inventory and order supplies for the Program Operations Division. • Prepare letters, spreadsheets, charts etc. in a professional format. • Operate appropriate office equipment including fax, computer, postage meter, shredder, copy machine etc. • Act as the Department’s “Go To” person for technical problems prior to seeking out help from the IT Vendor. • Establish and maintain a positive/professional rapport with Program Operations vendors. • Prepare itineraries and make travel arrangements for the Program Operations Division. • Prepare necessary Purchase Orders for the Program Operations Division in a timely manner. HOW TO APPLY: Applicants must submit an updated resume to the Human Resources Department by 5:00pm on March 26, 2015 in order to be considered for the position. Resumes can be submitted to HR by: Placing the resume in the designated bin inside the HR Office; Email resume to HRManagement@pcaction.org; Fax resumes to (404) 508-4787 attn: HR. Resumes submitted after the deadline will not be considered.APPLY NOW
The Partnership for Community Action, Inc. (PCA) is a large, nationally recognized non-profit community action agency working in three fast growing, culturally and linguistically diverse metro Atlanta counties. With an annual operational budget in excess of 30 million across programs, PCA is seeking an experienced administrator with outstanding leadership abilities to oversee all functions of its Head Start/Early Head Start program. The program is funded through the Administration for Children and Families – Region IV- Office of Head Start. The Head Start/EHS Director has full responsibility for planning, directing and administering PCA’s Head Start/EHS Programs which currently serves 1140 regular HS slots, 229 EHS. This position plans, organizes and monitors program operations, function, activities, services, and staff. Core areas of responsibility include program planning, program development, program management, program assessment, and ongoing community relations. Ideally, the successful candidate will have a background in community action and proven experience with federal program monitoring reviews. Demonstrated skills and commitment to anti-bias and culturally relevant best practices is an essential requirement of this position. Qualifications: Bachelors Degree in Early Childhood Education or related with a min of 5 year management Exp. Or Master’ Degree in Early Childhood Education with a min of 3 years Management Experience Experience with Community Action Agencies (a plus)APPLY NOW
- High School Diploma or GED required.
- Current Pre-school Child Development Associate credential (CDA) required, and must be maintained OR
- Associate Degree in Early Childhood Education or Childhood Development.
- Minimum 1 yr. experience teaching young children.
- Must hold or be willing to obtain First Aid, CPR and Fire Safety certification.
- Must hold or be willing to obtain an annual Physical and TB Test.
- Ability to understand HS/EHS objectives and Performance Standards, and other applicable state, county and Agency regulations and procedures.
- Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
- Ability to work effectively in a team environment.