The School of Science and Technology Charter School
Auxiliary - Position - Secretary/Clerical - Administration
The School Operations Manager (SOM) is the business operations leader for a school, managing all non-instructional functions, services, and staff so that the instructional team can maintain a concentrated focus on teaching and student achievement and maximize instructional time.
The School Operations Manageris an operationaland strategic leader responsible for maintaining operational excellence and fiscal prudence. The actions of School Operations Manager must always be aligned with our mission, vision, and core values. The essential functions for School Operations Manager are as follows:
Develop and implement school-wide non-instructional systems and procedures that ensure operational excellence within the school. Systems include but are not limited to: Transportation, Safety, National School Lunch Program, procurement,compliance tracking, and budget management.
Capture and organize key school data with reliability for the creation and completion of various compliance reports (attendance, enrollment, staffing, etc).
Manage and successfully complete all necessary compliance reporting to the Local, State, Federal Government, and LHA stakeholders.
Ensure that all fire, life, and safety regulations and procedures are implemented ensuring the well beingof all school staff and scholars.
Support the Coordinator of Family and Community Partnerships to conduct the school’s lottery and enrollment process with integrity and uniformity.
Update and maintain accurate student records and student data in student information system.
Manage the daily execution of the school’s national school lunch program.
Ensure that the transportation needs of scholars are met.
Oversee all janitorial staff to ensure that the facility is well maintained and continues to be a source of pride in the community.
Manage school’s inventory process.
Support Charter Facilities Management with any facility related initiatives as needed.
Support the development, management, and maintenance of the procurement lifecycle, including but not limited to: vendor selection, account creation, purchase order management, materials requisitioning and receiving, inventory management, and invoice reconciliation and payment.
With regional and national office support, maintain school’s financial management system (QuickBooks).
Support the Principal in the development and management of the annual budget to ensure that school meets its financial goals.
With regional and national office support, serve as human resource administrator as it relates to employee information and benefits.
Maintain all employee files; update required HR paperwork and data systems.
Oversee payroll administration.
Building/CampusSchool of Science and Technology- Corpus Christi