Operations Associate

Hebrew Public

About Hebrew Public: 

Hebrew Public (formerly the Hebrew Charter School Center) is a national network of public charter schools with the following unique characteristics:

  • Racially and economically diverse schools (we are a member of the National Coalition of Diverse Charter Schools)
  • A focus on global citizenship, helping students become empathetic, ethical, intellectually curious young adults committed to solving the world’s problems
  • A dual language partial immersion program in Modern Hebrew with accompanying focus on the study of Israel

About the position:

Reporting to the Director of Operations, the Operations Associate is responsible for supporting the non-instructional operations of the school. The Operations Associate is a member of the school’s operations team and helps maintain a friendly, safe, and professional school environment.

Responsibilities include: 

Administrative

  • Engaging in office reception activities such as: fostering a welcoming environment, answering phone calls, responding to electronic communication, completing copy requests, maintaining files, and greeting students, staff, and visitors
  • Updating dismissal changes
  • Assisting with main office aesthetics, event execution, and vendor communication
  • Collection of attendance and meal tracking sheets and other administrative duties as required
  • Other tasks as assigned to support the mission of the school

Student and Family Engagement

  • Foster an attitude of cooperation and positive support for all school staff and parents
  • Build strong relationships with staff and families to support students

Communication

  • Communicate effectively with school leadership, staff, and families
  • Review and distribute mail/school email/phone calls to appropriate staff
  • Duplicate, coordinate and distribute notices and curriculum materials as directed by supervisor

Qualifications Include: 

  • Attention to detail: Thinks critically about the details of a task at hand
  • Flexibility: Ability to adjust expected tasks and schedule to the updated priorities
  • Independence: Can work independently, be assertive, and make thoughtful decisions about projects
  • Collaborative: Works with teammates and is responsive to feedback. Willingness to go above and beyond the requirements of the job to be innovative and support the organization

Required: 

  • Preference for 1 to 3 years of office experience.
  • Experience working with elementary school children is preferred, but not required.
  • Proficiency with computers and Microsoft applications is required.

To apply for this job email your resume and cover letter to jobs@hebrewpublic.org