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about their work; and assessment of their performance. This would include how they: did; could do better in future; could obtain a larger share of rewards; and could achieve their life goals through their position. Therefore an employee would desire that the appraisal system should aim at: their personal development; their work satisfaction; and their involvement in the organization. From the point of view of the organization performance appraisal serves the purpose of: providing information about human resources and their development; measuring the efficiency with which human resources are being used and improved; providing compensation packages to employees; and maintaining organizational control. !erformance appraisal should also aim at the mutual goals of the employees and the organization. This is essential because employees can develop only when the organization"s interests are fulfilled. The organization"s main resources are its employees and their interest cannot be neglected. #utual goals simultaneously provide for growth and development of the organization as well as of the human resources. They increase harmony and enhance effectiveness of human resources in the organization.
learning situation. being a (welcoming face) for all parents and visitors to the school. maintain well'functioning library and information retrieval systems. helping prepare school newsletters and notices and maintaining the school website. ensuring provision of resources for use in the classroom. The changes are intended to raise standards as well as reduce teachers" workload and withdrawing support for pupils from the classroom could have the opposite effect. . providing direct back'up support for principals and other leadership staff. • • • Support staff also: • • handle a great variety of student en+uiries and re+uests. • • As well. Support Staff Responsibilities $upport staff in schools carry out a very wide range of tasks and responsibilities on a daily basis as included to the !%$$%& form they are rated once a year.$upport staff should not be taken out of the classroom to undertake administrative duties. developing and maintaining assessment and attendance databases and *T systems and procedures. provide support and back'up for students and teachers both in the classroom and in the school as a whole. ensure that science laboratories and other practicum learning areas within the school are safe and appropriately set'up and resourced for each teaching. These include: • • • • administrative and financial tasks. support staff: • care for students when they are unwell. ensuring that the school facilities are in good order.
1. provide careers advice and guidance including arranging for students to have real'life work e-perience take responsibility for specialised pro. follow'up on students who are absent from school. A list of common school support staff members.ects according to particular needs or priorities nominated by the school. % school administrative assistant often knows the day'to'day operations of a school as well as anyone. provide a link between students parents and teaching staff. $upport staff must continue to build capacity in knowledge and skills as it relates to current and potential assignments. • Other Roles and Responsibilities of Support Staff. $upport staff must work under the supervision of school principals and the direction of certified teachers. encourage and support students in e-tra'curricular achievements through sports and other activities. $upport staff may be assigned to schools where students with special educational needs have *ndividual Education !lans that demonstrate an assessed need for assistance beyond what can be otherwise provided by teachers and other school personnel. %n administrative assistant is one of the most important positions in the entire school.ob includes answering phones mailing . reinforce a school)s policies and procedures for behaviour. $upport staff refers to employees allocated to work in schools to assist administrators teachers and school counsellors to address special educational needs within the school. They are also the person who communicates most often with parents. $upport staff must be versatile well'trained and multi'skilled in order to competently fulfill the re+uirements of their respective roles.• • • • • administer first aid. Their . Administrative Assistant .
ob as a whole a lot easier. Teacher‘s Aide . They are also responsible for ordering the food that will be served. ara!ro"essional . % school nutritionist is also responsible for keeping track of who is eating and for which students +ualifies for free/reduced lunches. %n encumbrance clerk must be organized and must stay current with all laws dealing with school finance. 5. Encumbrance Clerk . % paraprofessional works in support of the teacher and does not provide direct instruction themselves. The encumbrance clerk has to be able to account for every cent a school has spent and received. 3. The encumbrance clerk has one of the most difficult . % teacher)s aide assist a classroom teacher in a variety of areas that can include making copies grading papers working with small groups of students contacting parents and a variety of other tasks. Nurse . % good administrative assistant screens for the school administrator and makes their . % school nurse provides general first aid for students in the school.obs in the entire school.letters organizing files and a host of other duties. 4. % school nurse keeps pertinent records on when they see students what they saw and how they treated it. % school nurse may also teach students about health and health related issues. The nurse may also administer medication to students who need it or are re+uired medication. % school nutritionist is responsible for creating a menu that meets state nutrition standards for all meals served at school. . The encumbrance clerk is not only in charge of school payroll and billing but a host of other financial responsibilities. % paraprofessional may be assigned to one particular student or may help with a class a whole. #. School Nutritionist. 2. They also collect and keep up with all monies taken in and spent by the nutrition program. % paraprofessional is a trained individual who assists a special education teacher with their day'to'day operations.
% computer technician should provide service and maintenance to all school computers to keep them running so that they may be used as needed. They may also assist in other areas such as mowing moving heavy items etc &. Occupational Competence Are support staffs expected to meet all the standards The 0ccupational $tandards describe the skills and knowledge that learning support staff needs to do their .$. Com!uter Technician . Those may include issues with email internet viruses etc. $anual%Operation &as's . such as technicians catering staff premises staff and administrative staff. They are also responsible for server maintenance and the installation of filter programs and features. *ndividual members or support staffs are e-pected to meet those related to their role. Their duties include vacuuming sweeping mopping cleaning bathrooms emptying trash etc. % cook is also responsible for the process of cleaning up the kitchen and the cafeteria. (us )river . Cook . % cook is responsible for the preparation and serving of food to the entire school. #. % bus driver provides safe transportation for students to and from school. Custodian . %. !hat about standards for school support staffs that are not supportin" teachin" and learnin" To ensure comprehensive support for schools the %dministrative group also works closely with those sector bodies responsible for occupational standards for support staff not solely involved in teaching and learning . 1'.obs effectively. % custodian is responsible for the day'to'day cleaning of the school building as a whole. I. % computer technician is responsible for assisting school personnel with any computer issue or +uestion that may arise.
#aterials management plans and designs for the delivery distribution storage collection and removal of occupant'generated streams of materials and services. #aterials management looks at the planning and design considerations needed to support the efficient delivery and removal of goods and services that support students/pupils activity. *t is usually an additional service that is offered as part of a schools planning process or a building design pro. *.udgement3. .1.ect. $pecifically this covers the ac+uisition of spare parts and replacements +uality control of purchasing and ordering such parts and the standards involved in ordering shipping and warehousing the said parts.1 !erformance of duties/tasks with the use of instrument/tool/e+uipment/vehicle (. Or"ani+ation &as's 2nder the workload agreement teachers should not routinely be re+uired to undertake tasks of a clerical or administrative nature 3which do not call for the e-ercise of a teacher"s professional skills and . % variety preparation in office tasks are available during the weekdays and can be scheduled per your convenience. )reparation &as's $aterials mana"ement can deal with school planning and building design for the movement of materials or with logistics that deal with the tangible components of a supply chain. *t is most beneficial for university health care and corporate environments. The streams of school'generated materials and activity include mail office supplies lab supplies special deliveries custodial services building supplies waste and recycling and service calls. This much appreciated preparation opportunity might involve filing recording checking organizing taking inventory of school supplies labelling cleaning and checking areas/e+uipment/vehicle before and after use. $uch tasks should be undertaken by support staff so teachers can focus on teaching.
making sure that records management is done well enough to mitigate the risks of the activity. 8ou may assign specific roles and responsibilities in information and record management processes to: .4lassifying and cataloguing is merely important. Through classification systems materials are group together arranged in ordered in multiple ways for an easy finding the records or materials when needed. *f your agency has any highly'structured work processes it may be possible to automate some records management tasks such as: • • • • creation and capture metadata allocation access management disposal. $a'e sure -our staff 'now their responsibilities $taff needs to know what records management tasks have to be done as part of their work. *t includes coding assorting and organizing documents materials or any information 5boo's serials audiovisual materials computer files maps manuscripts realia6 according to their sub.. 8ou could include procedures on when to make or capture a record as part of the guidelines for specific work areas. Try to integrate records management into e-isting work processes to ensure ease of use of systems for staff. This includes +uality control . . The likelihood of information being captured and the +uality of the information collected and retained are liable to increase if the tasks are easy to do or are automated. 7here a process cannot be automated such as for many policy or analytical tasks staff need to: • • make decisions about what records to create capture these records into a records management system.ect. Records $ana"ement !eople are an important part of your agency"s records management systems.
. both for storing and retrieving information. • • 9evelop specific policies and procedures for any problem areas such as email. Tips for supporting all staff • *nform and train your staff in their records responsibilities . !resent regular training sessions in the records re+uirements of government your agency and each section. #ake systems for capturing records easy to use . • • • #ake sure staff have access to clear and easy'to'follow procedures. #ake sure staff have access to training if they are not clear about recordkeeping responsibilities and procedures. &rain -our staff To fulfil their records management responsibilities ensure your staff understand: • what a record is • when a record should be created • what the record needs to document • • how and where the record should be captured what monitoring auditing and reporting are re+uired. include training in induction sessions.• • • a staff position a work group or section all staff across your agency. • :eward good records management. #ake records and information management responsibilities part of performance management agreements. 8ou must ensure that responsibilities are clearly documented in policies procedures and guidelines to ensure accountability.
. *f something is broke then maintenance is responsible for repairing it. These may including electrical and lighting air and heating and mechanical issues. .. $aintenance &as's #aintenance is responsible for keeping all the physical operations of a school running.
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