Management Aide 6 — Youth Education (Part Time)

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Establishes administrative procedures for program
  • Answers and records incoming phone calls and messages.
  • Provides appropriate program documents to interested and potential program participants.
  • Create, document, and maintain program participant files.
  • Reviews program applications for qualification per program guidelines, policies and procedures.
  • Attend training sessions pertaining to program operations (including database usage) and data entry
  • Reviews participant files to ensure documentation compliance.
  • Takes minutes during staff meetings.
  • Creates new employee binders and manuals per program guidelines, policies and procedures.
  • Works with program management and prepares program administrative procedures.
  • Explains program purpose to potential program participants and community.
  • Prepares, distributes, and maintains a variety of reports.
  • May assist with public relations, fund raising, and fact finding or research activities.
  • Maintains program participant files, and program records and reports.
  • Coordinates office services.
  • Coordinates collection of and preparation of operating reports such as timesheets, narrative and statistical reports, as required.
  • May assist in preparation of program’s budget needs and program’s proposals and annual report.
  • May assist in interviewing job applicants and training of new program employees.
  • May coordinate, and requisition, for maintenance, repairs, supplies, mail and files.
  • Compiles, stores, and retrieves data using computer and program database(s).
  • Conduct studies on agency problems, programs and prepare reports.
  • Coordinates administrative matters with other programs and MDC staff.
  • Collects and evaluates information for program supervisors on operational matters.
  • Assists program supervisor in resolving operational problems, establishing program goals and objectives, program development and revisions.
  • Monitors building and equipment maintenance, procedures and disposal.
  • Assists program supervisor in maintenance of appropriate community contracts.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • A certificate of computer course work completion from an accredited academic or vocational technical institution and a minimum of (2) years of progressively responsible clerical, administrative, coordinative experience or; Equivalent combination of experience and/or training which demonstrates knowledge, skill, and ability to perform administrative, coordinative duties depending on the need of the program.
  • The incumbent must have or be able to obtain a valid Washington State Driver’s License, as required.
  • The incumbent must pass a criminal history background check.

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Please submit your cover letter stating which position you are applying for, your resume and/or application materials directly to our Human Resources Department at

Mailed inquiries may be sent to: MDC, 945 Fawcett Avenue, Tacoma, Washington 98402; Attention: Human Resources Department. Mailed submissions need to include a cover letter and resume, along with identification of the job position of interest. Please do not contact Board Members or staff directly about job postings or your resume as they will be unable to respond to any inquiries. If you have questions concerning your application, please email, DO NOT CALL.

MDC offers to all their full-time employees, medical, dental, company contributed 403B retirement (4% plus another 4% matching any employee contribution) after 120 day probationary period, Flexible Spending Account, Company Paid Life Insurance & Long Term Care Insurance, 13 days vacation a year, 13 days sick time a year, plus one floating holiday, and 11 paid holidays per year. Free parking and located along bus routes.

MDC is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, creed, age, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or other classifications protected by applicable laws.

MDC’s organizational values include “inclusion” and “equity”.  As such, MDC actively seeks and strongly encourages applicants with diverse backgrounds and experiences to apply.

Notice: For any open positions, job candidates must successfully pass a criminal history background check which may include fingerprinting.