High School Administrative Assistant
The high school administrative assistant is responsible for working directly in an administrative support role to the principal and provides support to the faculty, as well as assisting families and their students.
- Assist the high school principal on daily tasks.
- Responsible for all high school purchases including all textbooks, classroom/ office supplies, maintaining a balanced budget, and reconciling all receipts and credit card purchases.
- Maintain textbook inventory with checking in/checking out of textbooks.
- Responsible for substitute teachers including hiring, references, time sheets, scheduling, and tracking.
- Responsible for processing applications and obtaining recommendations for all high school volunteers.
- Assist faculty, guidance, and administration with any issues involving the high school.
- Assist with all high school events.
- Coordinate perspective family interviews and work with new families on assimilation to Ben Lippen.
- Responsible for high school graduation including graduates and faculty practices and photographs, creating programs, scheduling venue and music, communication with graduation speaker, faculty regalia and all other duties related to graduation.
- Assist high school principal in coordinating the Winterim program.
Assist with hiring of all high school employees including, but not limited to setting interview appointments, contacting references, and transcribing interviews.
- Plan meals and snacks for in-service and faculty meetings.
- Maintain faculty lab.
- Sub as needed in the high school classrooms.
- When needed, act as a third-party witness to student discussions with the principal or deans.
- Perform other related duties as required.
The ideal candidate for the high school administrative assistant position should possess:
- Bachelor’s degree preferred, but not required.
- Former administrative or executive assistant experience preferred.
- Demonstrated excellence in planning, teamwork, and communication.
- Computer experience in: MacBook, RenWeb, Microsoft Suite, Google Suite.
- Ability to multi-task, be flexible, and maintain confidentiality
- Organized and a self-initiator who is able to work on several projects at the same time and yet remain available to assist with unscheduled situations that may arise.
- Demonstrated proficient ability in written and oral communication.
- Strong work ethic, can think "outside the box," and able to work effectively as part of a team.
- Strong Christian faith, and have a passion for serving children and families through the high calling of Christian education.
BLS/CIU provides a benefits package that includes:
- Health Plan;
- 401(k) plan with match opportunity;
- 100% of employee’s cost of group life insurance;
- Long term disability insurance;
- Vacation days, holidays, sick leave, family leave;
- Educational benefits: tuition reduction for PreK3-Graduate.
Interested and qualified candidates will need to fill out the Ben Lippen Employment Application. The application must be downloaded, printed and completed and submitted to the Headmaster’s office as shown on the last page of the application. (Do not use the CIU Employment application.)
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Supplemental Form and Instructions
CIU faculty positions will need to submit a curriculum vitae (CV). Once you have completed your online application, you will have an opportunity to submit a cover letter and resume.
Ben Lippen Employment Application (PDF)
BLS Online Studies Adjunct Application
If you are applying for a Ben Lippen position and are unable to download the Ben Lippen application, please contact Human Resources at email@example.com or 1-800-777-2227 ext. 5009.