Job Opening: Administrative Assistant

Dear School Families,
Last Monday Mrs. Creach notified me of her decision to retire from her position with Fr. Tolton Catholic High School. We all love and appreciate Mrs. Creach very much and want nothing but the best for her. Her last day with us will be this coming Friday, November 1. Below is a message she wants to share with all of you.
Mrs. Gwenn Roche

Creach_Mary_55A heartfelt message from the front office:
When I started this job more than eight years ago, I had no idea I would come to love this school and the community it represents so much. The students and families of Tolton have been very good to me through these years. The best thing you have done is send your students here to grow and develop into young women and men who will become contributors to their communities.

I appreciate the kindness and generosity shown me to me by students and families. Though it has given me purpose and pleasure to serve you, I have decided it is now time for someone else to have the privilege of serving this community as the front office person. I will be retiring on November 1 and begin a new phase of my life, taking with me the many wonderful memories I have of being a part of Tolton. I hope that this community will continue to support the good work of this school by looking at all the amazing things that happen here and celebrating what God is doing through the leaders and faculty. I have loved these students and will continue to observe from afar how they become all that they can be because of the education they have received at Tolton.

Thank you for the ways you have enriched my life. I will continue to pray for my Tolton family.

God’s blessings to all of you,
Mary Creach

Job Opening: Administrative Assistant

Due to Mrs. Creach’s retirement, Fr. Tolton Catholic High School has an exciting opportunity for an administrative assistant in the front office, reporting to the Principal. Key attributes for success in this position include the ability to stay on task after being interrupted numerous times by students, teachers and parents, excellent time management skills and a congenial personality as this role could also be defined as the “Director of First Impressions”.

Performs a variety of assigned general office duties, receives telephone calls and visitors and directs them to the appropriate location; responds to questions and requests for information and/or routes calls and visitors for appropriate responses; assists teachers and other school personnel in order to accomplish tasks or projects; compiles and distributes information; prepares correspondence, reports, and form letters; maintains and updates files, records, and logs; uses a variety of assignment-specific computer applications, software, and peripheral equipment to accomplish task; processes incoming and outgoing mail; maintains time and attendance information; schedules appointments and meetings; maintains calendars as necessary; uses the computer system effectively to enter, organize, sort, store, and disseminates materials and data for students, staff, and parents.