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Clerical/Support Staff Positions Openings

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Position TitleJob NumberJob DescriptionPay Scale
Clerk I (PT)- NERIC 1FT/1PT2021-218

Position:    Clerk l PT (1 Full-Time / 1 Part-Time)

Location:    Northeastern Regional Information Center - 900 Watervliet-Shaker

Basic Function:

Performs a variety of routine clerical procedures. Employees in this class are usually trained to do specific duties in an assigned area. The work is performed under direct supervision during training.  Employees receive detailed instructions and close supervision at the beginning of their employment and subsequent to new assignments. The Clerk I position may be an entry-level position for advancement to higher level and specialized functional responsibilities within an operating agency.  Does related work as required.

Responsibilities:

1. Sort, indexes files documents such as vendor’s bills, cases histories, birth and death records, invoices alphabetically, numerically, chronologically and by other predetermined categories.
2. Operates a computer to enter or retrieve data and /or historical information.
3. Makes routine clerical checks in processing the mail, vendor bills, searching in delinquent tax records, police reports, and attendance reports.
4. Maintains alphabetic, numeric and chronological files of documents and materials by coding and filing new material, searching for requested material and periodically purging obsolete material.
5. Operates a variety of office equipment including a computer, copier machine, mailers, check signers, posting machine or switchboard as an incidental part of the clerical work performed.
6. May act as a receptionist and receives and records telephone complaints and inquiries which are directed to the proper authority for necessary action.
7. May collect and record money received, issues receipts, deposits moneys and makes reports on monetary transactions.
8. May maintain records on time worked, pay rates, and makes routine entries on various fiscal and departmental records.
9. Logs in mail and information necessary for the proper conduct of unit business as well as to form a basis for activity reports.
10. Working knowledge of business arithmetic and English.
11. Working knowledge of office terminology, procedures and equipment.
12. Ability to operate a computer to enter, store and retrieve information and data.
13. Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions.
14. Ability to get along well with others.
15. Ability to write legibly.
16. Clerical aptitude.
17. Physical condition commensurate with the demands of the position.

$12.50 - $13.50 per hour
Clerk I (PT)-Textbooks2021-217

Position:    Clerk l (Part Time) - Textbooks (up to 8 positions)

Location:    Educational Support Services – Textbooks - British American Blvd.

Basic Function:

Performs a variety of routine clerical procedures. Employees in this class are usually trained to do specific duties in an assigned area. The work is performed under direct supervision during training.  Employees receive detailed instructions and close supervision at the beginning of their employment and subsequent to new assignments. The Clerk I position may be an entry-level position for advancement to higher level and specialized functional responsibilities within an operating agency.  Does related work as required.

Responsibilities:

 

1. Sort, indexes files documents such as vendor’s bills, cases histories, birth and death records, invoices alphabetically, numerically, chronologically and by other predetermined categories.
2. Operates a computer to enter or retrieve data and /or historical information.
3. Makes routine clerical checks in processing the mail, vendor bills, searching in delinquent tax records, police reports, and attendance reports.
4. Maintains alphabetic, numeric and chronological files of documents and materials by coding and filing new material, searching for requested material and periodically purging obsolete material.
5. Operates a variety of office equipment including a computer, copier machine, mailers, check signers, posting machine or switchboard as an incidental part of the clerical work performed.
6. May act as a receptionist and receives and records telephone complaints and inquiries which are directed to the proper authority for necessary action.
7. May collect and record money received, issues receipts, deposits moneys and makes reports on monetary transactions.
8. May maintain records on time worked, pay rates, and makes routine entries on various fiscal and departmental records.
9. Logs in mail and information necessary for the proper conduct of unit business as well as to form a basis for activity reports.
10. Working knowledge of business arithmetic and English.
11. Working knowledge of office terminology, procedures and equipment.
12. Ability to operate a computer to enter, store and retrieve information and data.
13. Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions.
14. Ability to get along well with others.
15. Ability to write legibly.
16. Clerical aptitude.
17. Physical condition commensurate with the demands of the position.

DATE: June 25, 2021 (anticipated start date) 11-week project running through early September

$12.50 - $13.50 per hour
Clerk I (PT)-NERIC2021-219

Position:    Clerk l-PT (up to 10 positions)

Location:    Northeastern Regional Information Center - Albany & North Country Region

Basic Function:

Performs a variety of routine clerical procedures. Employees in this class are usually trained to do specific duties in an assigned area. The work is performed under direct supervision during training.  Employees receive detailed instructions and close supervision at the beginning of their employment and subsequent to new assignments. The Clerk I position may be an entry-level position for advancement to higher level and specialized functional responsibilities within an operating agency.  Does related work as required.

Responsibilities:

1. Sort, indexes files documents such as vendor’s bills, cases histories, birth and death records, invoices alphabetically, numerically, chronologically and by other predetermined categories.
2. Operates a computer to enter or retrieve data and /or historical information.
3. Makes routine clerical checks in processing the mail, vendor bills, searching in delinquent tax records, police reports, and attendance reports.
4. Maintains alphabetic, numeric and chronological files of documents and materials by coding and filing new material, searching for requested material and periodically purging obsolete material.
5. Operates a variety of office equipment including a computer, copier machine, mailers, check signers, posting machine or switchboard as an incidental part of the clerical work performed.
6. May act as a receptionist and receives and records telephone complaints and inquiries which are directed to the proper authority for necessary action.
7. May collect and record money received, issues receipts, deposits moneys and makes reports on monetary transactions.
8. May maintain records on time worked, pay rates, and makes routine entries on various fiscal and departmental records.
9. Logs in mail and information necessary for the proper conduct of unit business as well as to form a basis for activity reports.
10. Working knowledge of business arithmetic and English.
11. Working knowledge of office terminology, procedures and equipment.
12. Ability to operate a computer to enter, store and retrieve information and data.
13. Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions.
14. Ability to get along well with others.
15. Ability to write legibly.
16. Clerical aptitude.
17. Physical condition commensurate with the demands of the position.

$12.50 - $13.50 per hour

The Capital Region BOCES does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs,
activities, employment, and admissions; and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The
following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies: Director of Human Resources,
at hrdirector@neric.org, (518) 862-4910 or 900 Watervliet Shaker Road, Albany, NY 12205. Inquiries concerning the application of
the Capital Region BOCES nondiscrimination policies may also be referred to the Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of
Education, 32 Old Slip, 26th Floor, New York, NY 10005-2500, telephone: 646-428-3900, FAX: 646-428-3843, TDD: 800-877-
8339, email: OCR.NewYork@ed.gov