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Current Positions Available at Overbrook School for the Blind
Position: Clerical Support E.I.O.
Early Intervention Outreach Program Coordinator and
Early Intervention Admin. Coordinator for Birth – 5 Services
Status: Full Time 12 Months Non Instructional
High School Diploma – College or Secretarial School Education preferred knowledge of Basic Computer Operating system; Data Entry; Office Management Skills.
Collect and input raw data related to billing for Business Office. Pick-up new referrals by phone or data system depending on county. Complete start date reports and submit to counties. Mail correspondence to families and counties as needed. Update and maintain all files both computer and paper pertaining to children and counties (includes but is not limited to downloading and printing information from Pelican data data base system. Completes all purchasing requisitions related to office supplies as well as pick-up supplies available on campus (e.g. printer cartridges, toner, etc.) Attends staff meetings as needed. Provides a variety of clerical functions for program management and staff. Includes but is not limited to typing, filing, copying, answering phones, faxing correspondence and collecting and sorting mail. Complete staff time sheets, enter and update information in Powerschool data base system. Must be able to utilize basic operating systems such as Microsoft Word and Excel; etc. Other duties as needed
Human Resources Department
April 26, 2013
Position CASH DISBURSEMENTS SPECIALIST
Reports to: Business Office Supervisor
Status Full time 12 Months Non Instructional/ 8A.M. – 4 P.M
BS Preferred working an office setting, accepting and disbursing cash 2-3 years, excel, word processing and cash handling.
This position is responsible for all cash disbursements including issuing impress accounts to programs and departments. Also responsible for distributing paychecks, invoices to school districts, EIO billing, copier use counts and Septa tokens.
Maintains control of all petty cash funds. Issues impress accounts to approved staff in programs and departments, and replenishes funds as expenses are reported. Performs spot audits of impress accounts. Disburses petty cash for approved reimbursements and advances. Prepares and distributes standing cash requests, e.g. lunch preparation and community activities. Replenishes funds weekly and ensures that an appropriate mix of cash and change is available to fulfill anticipated requests. Settles cash and check advances, ensures receipts are appropriate, and verifies receipt of goods to the extent possible. Follows-up on open advances to ensure settlement on a timely basis.
Prepares and distributes checks in the absence of the AP Coordinator
Prepares invoices to school districts and other organizations and enters monthly early intervention billings into the state system. Performs reception and telephone duties in the absence of the receptionist. Takes copier count readings to charge programs for usage. Receives semi-monthly payroll checks and reports from the service bureau. Distributes checks to individuals, programs and departments.
Performs other Business Office duties as needed.
This is a confidential position and the incumbent must be comfortable with people and have experience in a similar cash handling role. Also must be competent in use of Word Processing software, preparing reports using Spreadsheet or Database software.
Overbrook School for the Blind
Human Resources Department
April 24, 2013
Position: RN School Nurse/ Dorm Nurse
Department: Health Services
Status: Hours / Mondays 12:00pm to 9:00pm
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays 12:30pm - 9:00pm
RN, License in the State of Pennsylvania at least 5 years experience preferably with Pediatrics, Spinal needs population.
Assessment of students health needs, delivery of prescribed medications and treatments. Performs Illness and Health Maintenance Assessments and Screenings. Conducts in-service programs to classroom staff, students, parents and other OSB staff on a variety of topics including but not limited to first aid, G-tube feedings, diabetes, and seizure medications. Provides on-going assessment of primary caseload of students with documentation of such assessment at least once a semester. Participates in routine screenings of students (height/weight/ blood pressure /hearing).Transcribes orders accurately. Maintains Kardex accurately. Maintains Residential monthly Kardexes. Administers medication accurately and safely. Monitors medication system to be sure the order, prescription bottles and Kardex are all accurate and are the same.
Human Resources / April 18, 2013Position Available