The Peck School, a co-ed, K-8, independent school in Morristown, NJ, seeks a part-time, organized, hardworking, and friendly Receptionist/Administrative Assistant to support the administrative, organizational, and planning needs of both the school and the Finance/Operations Office.
The Receptionist/Assistant understands and promotes Peck’s commitment to character formation and the rigorous and inspirational academic program. The successful candidate is detail oriented able to multi-task, has a great sense of humor, and a welcoming presence. She/he will play a vital role in the school’s operations team, acting as the first point of contact for all visitors on campus and via telephone. The ideal candidate embraces working with students and faculty in a supportive and collaborative K-8 environment and enjoys assisting teachers to make a lasting and meaningful impact on each student. The position reports directly to the Director of Finance & Operations.
Key Responsibilities for this role include tasks related to:
School Greeter and Receptionist Duties
Mailroom and Copy Room Maintenance
Safety and Security Camera Monitoring
Business and Operations Administrative Support
This part-time position is approximately 25 hrs /wk with potential for flexibility in work schedule. The position begins June 15, 2018 and carries a 12-month contract with significant planning work conducted during summer months. The ideal candidate has a minimum of 3-5 years of experience with a bachelor’s degree. Independent School experience is desired, but not required. Salary commensurate with background and experience.
Please send cover letter along with résumé and list of references to Mr. Andrew Schneider, Director of Finance and Operations, to email@example.com
We encourage you to visit our website, www.peckschool.org, to find out more about our program and school mission. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.
About The Peck School
About the Peck School
The Peck School is a coed, K-8, independent school in Morristown, NJ. Since its founding in 1893, Peck has stood for excellence in education. While Peck prides itself on rigorous academic programs, it is committed to developing students with a strong sense of community and moral responsibility. In 2015, under the leadership of the new Head of School, Andrew Delinsky, Peck embarked on a thoughtful and inclusive process to define a vision for continued excellence grounded in Peck’s proud history and traditional values. The resulting strategic plan and subsequent master plan outlined the evolution of a successful Peck School model, one that strengthens its programs and reimagines its facilities in the spirit of academic excellence with a continued emphasis on the importance of fostering connections and building community. This plan requires significant investment to reimagine Peck’s campus facilities and to support a vibrant, innovative and integrated learning community.