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ADMIN COORDINATOR 3 (WAE)

  • ... bridge, Louisiana, United States
  • ... Full time
  • ... Salary: 23.59 per hour
  • Posted on: Mar 12, 2024       Expires on: Apr 26, 2024

ADMIN COORDINATOR 3 (WAE)   

JOB TITLE:

ADMIN COORDINATOR 3 (WAE)

JOB TYPE:

Full-time

JOB LOCATION:

bridge Louisiana United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Full job description

Supplemental Information

This vacancy is located at Bridge City Center for Youth in Bridge City, Louisiana

The incumbent will serve as the WAE Administrative Coordinator 3 in Payroll at Bridge City Center for Youth.

No Civil Service test score is required in order to be considered for this vacancy.


This is a part-time position working 24 hours per week.


AN IDEAL CANDIDATE WILL POSSESS THE FOLLOWING CORE COMPETENCIES:
  • Accepting Direction: The ability to accept and follow directions from those higher in the chain of command.
  • Communicating Effectively: The ability to relay information correctly and appropriately to connect people and ideas.
  • Demonstrating Accountability: The ability to accept ownership for your actions, behaviors, performance, and decisions.
  • Managing Projects: The ability to initiate, plan, execute, manage, and close-out all project goals within the established timeline.
  • Acting Decisively: The ability to make decisions quickly and effectively.
  • Acting with Ethics and Integrity: The ability to be consistent, honest, and a trustworthy steward of State resources.
  • Demonstrating Self-Awareness: The ability to manage your personality, behavior, skills, and emotions.
  • Displaying Professionalism: The ability to recognize how your actions impact the perceptions of both you and your organization.
  • Managing Time: The ability to control your time to increase effectiveness, efficiency, or productivity.
  • Thinking Critically: The ability to generate ideas, manipulate ideas, and make unconventional connections to develop original approaches.

The Office of Juvenile Justice will receive a list of eligible applicants ONLY from the people who respond to this posting.


To apply for this vacancy, click on the \"Apply\" link above and complete an electronic application, which can be used for this vacancy as well as future job opportunities.
Applicants are responsible for checking the status of their application to determine where they are in the recruitment process.
Further status message information is located under the Information section of the Current Job Opportunities page.


*Resumes WILL NOT be accepted in lieu of completed education and experience sections on your application.
Applications may be rejected if incomplete.
*


For further information about this vacancy contact:
Justin Walker, SHRM-CP
OJJ/ Human Resources Division
Justin.
Walker2@la.
gov

In the supplemental questions section, applicants must authorize the HR Office of Juvenile Justice to contact prior employers to check references under the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) to be considered for employment.


The Office of Juvenile Justice is a State as a Model Employer (SAME) agency that supports improved employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities.
For more information on employment-related resources available for those with disabilities, refer to the
Louisiana Employment Resource Guide (Download PDF reader).


If you are contacted for an interview, please let us know at that time if you will need special accommodations.


NOTE: Prior to an appointment, the selected applicant must take and pass a drug screening test, possess a valid Louisiana Driver's License and clear a background check.


This agency participates in the E-Verify system for verification of citizenship and employment authorization.

Qualifications

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Two years of experience in which clerical work was a major duty.
SUBSTITUTIONS:
Training in a business or clerical-related curriculum in a business school or technical institute will substitute for the required experience on the basis of six months of training for six months of experience for a maximum of one year of the required experience.
Completion of a business or clerical-related curriculum in a business school or technical institute will substitute for a maximum of one year of the required experience.
College training will substitute for the required experience on the basis of 15 semester hours for six months of experience.
NOTE:
Business or technical school training with less than completion will only be credited in six month increments.
Similarly, college training will only be credited in 15 semester hour increments.
NOTE: Any college hours or degree must be from an accredited college or university.

Job Concepts

Function of Work:
To perform a wide variety of clerical duties that requires independent judgment to accomplish in support of the staff members and/or operations of an organizational unit or program.


Some discretion is required in the performance of these duties.
Duties begin to expand in scope and complexity, and develop into departmental-program duties.


Level of Work:
Advanced.


Supervision Received:
General from higher-level clerical and/or supervisory personnel.


Supervision Exercised:
May supervise 1-2 lower-level personnel.


Location of Work:
May be used by all state agencies.


Job Distinctions:
Differs from Administrative Coordinator 2 by the presence of responsibility for clerical duties that involve greater scope and complexity, including initial program duties.


Differs from Administrative Coordinator 4 by the absence of paraprofessional duties that involve a higher degree of specialization, complexity, and/or independent judgment.

Examples of Work

NOTE: Positions allocated at this level tend to focus on numerous examples of work as listed below:

Performs responsible, initial departmental-program duties in accordance with rules, regulations, and policies.
May involve communication with other departments, customers, etc.


Processes routine paperwork and/or enters data into a department log or database in the servicing of a customer.


Develops procedures and guidelines related to the imaging of documents; maintains a log of imaged files; may serve as leadworker over other imaging positions.


Prepares requisitions for the purchase of supplies; may involve entering information into an automated system.


Compiles information from various sources and prepares specialized reports; formats reports according to department standards.


Serves as clerical assistant to a manager, which could include keeping appointment schedule, preparing travel, issuing directives to others on their behalf, and relieving the manager of administrative matters.


May begin performing duties related to traditional administrative functions, such as property control, purchasing, and safety, in addition to other clerical duties as noted above.


Performs related duties as assigned.

Position Details

POSTED:

Mar 12, 2024

EMPLOYMENT:

Full-time

SALARY:

23.59 per year

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S-1710475332-b58ff85f5a1c308fcbf793f6309f09ce

LOCATION:

Louisiana United States

CITY:

bridge

Job Origin:

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Full job description

Supplemental Information

This vacancy is located at Bridge City Center for Youth in Bridge City, Louisiana

The incumbent will serve as the WAE Administrative Coordinator 3 in Payroll at Bridge City Center for Youth.

No Civil Service test score is required in order to be considered for this vacancy.


This is a part-time position working 24 hours per week.


AN IDEAL CANDIDATE WILL POSSESS THE FOLLOWING CORE COMPETENCIES:
  • Accepting Direction: The ability to accept and follow directions from those higher in the chain of command.
  • Communicating Effectively: The ability to relay information correctly and appropriately to connect people and ideas.
  • Demonstrating Accountability: The ability to accept ownership for your actions, behaviors, performance, and decisions.
  • Managing Projects: The ability to initiate, plan, execute, manage, and close-out all project goals within the established timeline.
  • Acting Decisively: The ability to make decisions quickly and effectively.
  • Acting with Ethics and Integrity: The ability to be consistent, honest, and a trustworthy steward of State resources.
  • Demonstrating Self-Awareness: The ability to manage your personality, behavior, skills, and emotions.
  • Displaying Professionalism: The ability to recognize how your actions impact the perceptions of both you and your organization.
  • Managing Time: The ability to control your time to increase effectiveness, efficiency, or productivity.
  • Thinking Critically: The ability to generate ideas, manipulate ideas, and make unconventional connections to develop original approaches.

The Office of Juvenile Justice will receive a list of eligible applicants ONLY from the people who respond to this posting.

To apply for this vacancy, click on the \"Apply\" link above and complete an electronic application, which can be used for this vacancy as well as future job opportunities. Applicants are responsible for checking the status of their application to determine where they are in the recruitment process. Further status message information is located under the Information section of the Current Job Opportunities page.

*Resumes WILL NOT be accepted in lieu of completed education and experience sections on your application. Applications may be rejected if incomplete.*

For further information about this vacancy contact:
Justin Walker, SHRM-CP
OJJ/ Human Resources Division
Justin.Walker2@la.gov

In the supplemental questions section, applicants must authorize the HR Office of Juvenile Justice to contact prior employers to check references under the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) to be considered for employment.

The Office of Juvenile Justice is a State as a Model Employer (SAME) agency that supports improved employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities. For more information on employment-related resources available for those with disabilities, refer to the Louisiana Employment Resource Guide (Download PDF reader).

If you are contacted for an interview, please let us know at that time if you will need special accommodations.

NOTE: Prior to an appointment, the selected applicant must take and pass a drug screening test, possess a valid Louisiana Driver's License and clear a background check.

This agency participates in the E-Verify system for verification of citizenship and employment authorization.

Qualifications

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Two years of experience in which clerical work was a major duty.
SUBSTITUTIONS:
Training in a business or clerical-related curriculum in a business school or technical institute will substitute for the required experience on the basis of six months of training for six months of experience for a maximum of one year of the required experience.
Completion of a business or clerical-related curriculum in a business school or technical institute will substitute for a maximum of one year of the required experience.
College training will substitute for the required experience on the basis of 15 semester hours for six months of experience.
NOTE:
Business or technical school training with less than completion will only be credited in six month increments. Similarly, college training will only be credited in 15 semester hour increments.
NOTE: Any college hours or degree must be from an accredited college or university.

Job Concepts

Function of Work:
To perform a wide variety of clerical duties that requires independent judgment to accomplish in support of the staff members and/or operations of an organizational unit or program.

Some discretion is required in the performance of these duties. Duties begin to expand in scope and complexity, and develop into departmental-program duties.

Level of Work:
Advanced.

Supervision Received:
General from higher-level clerical and/or supervisory personnel.

Supervision Exercised:
May supervise 1-2 lower-level personnel.

Location of Work:
May be used by all state agencies.

Job Distinctions:
Differs from Administrative Coordinator 2 by the presence of responsibility for clerical duties that involve greater scope and complexity, including initial program duties.

Differs from Administrative Coordinator 4 by the absence of paraprofessional duties that involve a higher degree of specialization, complexity, and/or independent judgment.

Examples of Work

NOTE: Positions allocated at this level tend to focus on numerous examples of work as listed below:

Performs responsible, initial departmental-program duties in accordance with rules, regulations, and policies. May involve communication with other departments, customers, etc.

Processes routine paperwork and/or enters data into a department log or database in the servicing of a customer.

Develops procedures and guidelines related to the imaging of documents; maintains a log of imaged files; may serve as leadworker over other imaging positions.

Prepares requisitions for the purchase of supplies; may involve entering information into an automated system.

Compiles information from various sources and prepares specialized reports; formats reports according to department standards.

Serves as clerical assistant to a manager, which could include keeping appointment schedule, preparing travel, issuing directives to others on their behalf, and relieving the manager of administrative matters.

May begin performing duties related to traditional administrative functions, such as property control, purchasing, and safety, in addition to other clerical duties as noted above.

Performs related duties as assigned.

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