Office Coordinator and Teacher Certification Officer

Education Building 103
518-244-2313
[email protected]

Education

B.S., Elementary Education with a concentration in Early Childhood Education, Russell Sage College

Job Responsibilities

As Office Coordinator:

  • Receive, distribute and collect admissions paperwork for all PEP candidates. Generate Programs of Study for faculty review. Create admissions files
  • Maintain student, faculty, and adjunct files
  • Responsible for submitting vendor/independent contractor rosters for payment
  • Responsible for maintaining adjunct contracts and submitting adjunct payroll rosters
  • Prepare a weekly report for the Chair showing new admission information and recording any action taken by faculty on those applications
  • Devising and implementing organizational aides such as reports, charts, and spreadsheets using information gathered from DataTel/Colleague, LiveText, SageAdvisor, and Informer
  • Communicate with faculty regarding office supply requisitions, travel and/or supply reimbursements
  • Assist the Director of Student Teaching with placement notification, organizing orientation, and collecting necessary paperwork from mentoring teachers.
  • Responsible for entering field placements, assessments & assignments in LiveText
  • Procurement of rooms and refreshments for meetings, orientations, and workshops.
  • Supervise Graduate Assistants.
  • Answer the phone and direct callers to the appropriate faculty members
  • Take minutes for monthly departmental meetings
  • Collect and disseminate mail
  • Communicate with Facilities and the Help Desk (IT) for all department/building needs

As Certification Officer:

  • Facilitates processes required for the recommendation to NYSED for all ESE teacher, school administrator, and school counselor certifications
  • Collects NYS Test Score reports and enter scores in DataTel/Colleague
  • Maintains records and statistics regarding testing and certifications

 

Interests

I enjoy spending time with family and friends, cooking, and camping in the Adirondacks.