Administrative Assistant

    • Location:

    • Noble Academy
      9477 Decatur Drive North
      Brooklyn Park, MN 55445

    • Categories:

    • Non-Licensed

    • Submitted Date:




    • Contact:

      Teresa Her
      HR Specialist

      Phone: 763-592-7706
      Fax: 763-592-7707

  • To apply for this job, please contact the person above directly.

Job Description

Provides general administrative support services to the school and prioritizes duties as to accommodate parents/public, students, educators, and phone calls in a pleasant manner. Provides general support for school staff; maintains files and student records; and performs additional duties as assigned by administration.

Customer Service:
• Greets public in a pleasant and helpful manner
• Demonstrates and creates a positive, professional and courteous client service to all staff, students and public
• Provides the public with information about our school (in person and over the phone)
• Encourages prospective students and parents to attend the school of their interest
• Implements and creates marketing ideas through events and school projects

Front Desk Operations:
• Signs-in/out students and/or parents as they arrive or leave during school day
• Provides sign-in registration and visitor badges
• Ensures that parents and visitors have appropriate escorts when visiting classrooms
• Answers incoming calls, transfer calls, takes messages in professional manner
• Builds rapport and becomes familiar with students through daily interaction
• Determines priorities and directs individuals to appropriate staff in professional manner
• Contacts parents when there are student emergencies
• Conducts monthly fire drills, tornado drills and lockdowns
• Provides tours for families and community members
• Maintains misc. logs such as: staff sign-out, volunteers, visitors, etc.
• Makes arrangements for meals
• Assigns and labels mailboxes as needed for all staff
• Coordinates school tours and orientation sessions for new families
• Provides information to parents about the school’s procedures and instructional programs

Administrative Support
• Types formal letters, flyers, memos, event invitations (i.e. graduation), etc. at staff or Principal’s request in a timely manner
• Sorts and distributes mail/faxes/deliveries
• Translates monthly school newsletters and distributes them to the classrooms to send home
• Creates flyers, marketing tools and event invitations (i.e. graduation), etc. for the school
• Prepares school monthly newsletters
• Works closely with teachers to retrieve student work for the newsletters
• Prepares certificates and awards for student monthly assemblies

• Tracks and records bus write-ups and suspensions
• Communicates and submits letters to parents
• Makes new arrangements for student pick-ups and drop-offs as requested
• Arranges transportation classes for students and parents as needed
• Arranges transportation needs for approved field trips

Staff Support:
• Provide forms, retrieves information, student data, phone numbers and parent information as requested by staff
• Works closely with and collaborates with teachers and staff to create a positive learning environment

• Provides office space and monitors students waiting to be picked-up
• Responsible for conducting fire, tornado and bomb threat drills; ensures all students are out of the building
• Assists with school field trips, graduation, school events/activities and clubs as needed
• Organizes, stocks and maintains neatness of copier and supply rooms
• Provides limited first aide as needed when the school nurse is not available (band-aides, cleaning wounds, providing ice-packs, taking temperatures, and distribution of approved prescribed medication)
• Maintains school uniform supply; provides them to students; performs monthly inventory, orders more as requested by the families
• Assists administration with marketing the school through the use of banners, flyers, brochures, signs, fund-raising events, etc. as needed

• Ability and willingness to keep records and office space organized and easily accessible
• Ability to follow through in a timely manner
• Knowledge of or willingness to learn various software programs including Microsoft Office and JMC
• Considerable knowledge of and ability to perform office management duties, practices and procedures
• Considerable knowledge of and ability to operate office equipment
• Considerable skills in teaching others to safely operate office machines and equipment
• Excellent communication skills and ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing to members of the public, community, staff, students, and administration
• Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to deal with a variety of personality types and dispositions in numerous circumstances while maintaining a controlled, tactful, respectful, professional manner
• Excellent team player skills with positive attitude
• Ability to remain calm in an emergency
• Ability to think clearly in any situation, determine priorities, and handle multiple tasks
• Ability to make appropriate decisions quickly
• Willingness to show initiative in problem solving and team goal achievements
• Extremely talented in organizational skills as accurate school records are critical

• Every staff member is subject to the rules and regulations contained in the Terms of Employment and Staff Handbook
• All staff are expected to be punctual and in regular attendance
• If any employee is unable to report to duty because of illness or otherwise, immediate notice must be given to the Superintendent/Deputy Superintendent
• Outside work is not permitted during school hours and all employees shall devote their entire defined workday to the duties in which they have been assigned
• All members will maintain a professional appearance, general decorum, and behavior that conforms to their professional status in the community
• Special care will be taken by every employee in the use and protection of all school property
• Participates in all school/family events beyond the school day
• Follows other duties as assigned by the Superintendent/Deputy Superintendent


• Self-starter who takes initiatives, works well independently as well as with multi-tasking
• High school diploma or GED, partial college preferred
• Experience working with various aspects of office administration and customer service
• Demonstrates quick decision-making, problem-solving skills and resourcefulness
• Ability to relate effectively with people of diverse cultural and economic backgrounds
• Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing with parents, school, and community
• Preferably able to communicate effectively both in verbal and written Hmong

Application Instructions/Comments

Interested candidates should download and complete Noble Academy’s employment application from and submit it with a cover letter, resume and three letters of recommendation to

Please note that all employees are expected to understand their role as stated herein and understand that this list is not inclusive. All staff must follow through with responsibilities knowing that sometimes they will have to perform tasks assigned by the Superintendent and/or Deputy Superintendent that are not part of their job descriptions. Responsibilities are subject to change with or without notice.

Noble Academy is an equal opportunity employer. Employment consideration is made without regard to race, color,
creed, gender, national origin, age, disability marital or veteran status, sexual orientation or any other legally protected

  • To apply for this job, please contact the person above directly.