Administrative Assistant / Center Coordinator - Nampa

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Administrative Assistant / Center Coordinator - Nampa

Posted date
June 22, 2022
School level

Nampa, ID

Employment Type

Pathways In Education is a small, non-profit charter school in Nampa dedicated to serving the local community and supporting at-risk and underserved students. Pathways considers the unique needs of every student, allowing access to small group classes, guided independent study, online courses, and experiential learning, to address each student's individual strengths and needs.

Are you wanting to make an impact in students’ lives? Do you believe that every student should have the opportunity for success? If so, Pathways is the place for you! PIE is looking for a Center Coordinator that is warm, outgoing, authentic, passionate and inspiring. PIE places great emphasis on the student-teacher relationship, a critical component to the development of students’ personal, emotional, and academic well-being.

Pathways In Education is looking for a Center Coordinator to work at their Nampa location. The Center Coordinator will have the following responsibilities:

Provide the primary clerical and administrative support for an assigned learning center. Meet with enrolling students and parents, answer phones, explain company programs, inputs student information, and provide support for teachers and mentor teachers. Orders curriculum supplies and maintains office inventory.

The primary goal of this position is to support and carry out the instructional leadership team goals of 100% student retention, 100% ISAT pass rates and all charters achieving a 9 or 10 compared to similar schools in a statewide average. This position provides direct instructional support.

Maintains center waiting list and conducts public random drawing to select eligible students for enrollment when space becomes available.

Responsible for helping market/sell the program.

Meets and greets students and potential students as they enter centers.

Manages paperwork, scheduling, calling, and set-up for all student orientations, testing, and designated SGI classes.

Administers, scores, and schedules all assessments for student placement including, but not limited to the pre- and post-tests, graduation proficiency tests, and computer proficiency survey when applicable.

May assist with registrar duties by securing and providing student immunization records, transcripts, IEP, LEP and free or reduced lunch documentation when applicable.

May notify a student’s district of residence (or applicable school) upon enrollment and withdrawal from the company.

Maintains inventory and orders center office supplies, curriculum materials, and designated center and student forms.

Stocks shelves and keeps supplies organized.

Receives and puts away delivered center materials including, but not limited to, student orientation forms, workbooks, textbooks, and office supplies.

Responsible for checking voice-mail, delivering messages and re-scheduling student appointment times when necessary.

Responsible for center cleanliness and tidying up the center after each ½ day session. Helps keep the center bright, cheerful and welcoming for students.

Assists teachers in answering phones, filing units and tests, and working with students when time permits.

Calls to get students in for testing such as ISAT.

Acts as receptionist for the center.

Refers students with special needs for testing.

May present initial orientation to all incoming students and parents.

Answers questions on program enrollment eligibility

May handle other duties and projects as assigned. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:

Ability to connect with students and motivate them in a positive way.

Ability to communicate with co-workers and business contacts in a courteous and professional manner.

Strong organizational skills and attention to detail.

Working knowledge of office equipment, especially the computer.

Ability to work independently and coordinate multiple tasks simultaneously with minimal supervision.

Ability to exercise reasonable judgment and maintain confidentiality.

Education and Experience:

Minimum high school diploma.

Bachelor’s degree and certified or classified substitute certification preferred

One year experience in an administrative capacity preferred

We offer a comprehensive benefits package to full-time staff that includes paid time off, holiday and sick time, medical, vision and dental coverage, incentives and an employer-matched 403(b) plan. PIE provides our staff opportunities to chaperone students on experiential learning trips to amazing places like Italy, Cuba and China as well as U.S. based trips to DC, a ranch in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado and a farm in Northern California. We regularly hold social functions to foster a genuine camaraderie that enhances teamwork. At our company-wide award functions, we take time to recognize the talent and dedication of the people who make PIE and our students successful. To learn more about our schools, visit us at

Pathways In Education embraces diversity and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.

Please use the following link to complete our online application.…