ATA staff, professional profiles. Complete Guide

The ATA staff performs tasks and functions of significant importance for the purposes of the proper functioning of the educational institutions. As established by Art. 44 of the CCNL School Section 2006-2009, the administrative, technical and state aid staff of the state educational institutes perform administrative, accounting, management, instrumental, operational, reception and monitoring functions related to the activity of the school institutes, in relation to collaboration with teachers and with teachers under the direction of the Director of General Services and Administration.

Below is a complete guide to the many professional profiles that fall into the ATA personnel field, to provide interested external users (families, students, stealkholders in general) with the right information about the internal structure and division of tasks. .

The full specification of the profiles illustrated below, as well as the indication of the cultural qualifications of access, can be found in Tables A and B, linked to the CCNL School Section 2006-2009.

Director of General and Administrative Services (Area D).

He does work with significant complexity and external relevance. He oversees, with operational autonomy, the general administrative accounting services and takes care of their organization by performing functions of coordination, promotion of activities and verification of the results achieved, with respect to the assigned goals and addresses given to the ATA . Staff, placed directly under him. It autonomously organizes the activities of ATA staff within the directives of the teacher. The ATA staff will, in the context of the activity plan, exceed tasks of an organizational nature and the performance of the mandatory hours, if necessary.

It conducts the education, preparation and formalization of administrative and accounting documents with operational autonomy and direct responsibility.

He is a delegated officer, notary and recipient of mobile property.

It can conduct study and elaboration of plans and programs that require specific professional specialization, with autonomous determination of the training and implementation processes. It can perform tutoring, updating, and training tasks for staff.

He may be entrusted with inspection tasks in the context of educational institutions.

Administrative Coordinator (Area C).

He performs complex work activities with operational autonomy and direct responsibility in defining and executing actions of an administrative, accounting and bookkeeping manner, including through the use of IT procedures.

It is the person who replaces the DSGA, in case of its failure or disability.

It can carry out training and updating activities and ancillary activities for newly hired staff. Participates in the performance of all tasks of the profile of Area B. Coordinates different staff of Area B.

This professional profile, as provided and governed by the CCNL, has never been implemented and no competition for staff selection has been activated.

Technical Coordinator (Area C).

It performs complex work activities with operational autonomy and direct responsibility, including through the use of IT procedures and the provision of technical services in the assigned reference area.

In connection with the laboratory activities related to the teaching staff, he is subconscious with the task of supervising and managing the didactic, technical and scientific material of the laboratories and workshops, as well as of the processing departments. Technical management of laboratories, workshops and processing departments, guarantees their efficiency and functionality.

Participates in the performance of all tasks of the profile of Area B. Coordinates different staff of Area B.

This professional profile, as provided and governed by the CCNL, has never been implemented and no competition for staff selection has been activated.

Administrative Assistant (Area B).

Leads work that requires specific professional preparation and ability to perform procedures even with the use of IT tools, also for cataloging purposes. He has direct responsibility for keeping the archive and record.

In school and educational institutions equipped with a depot, he may, with direct responsibility, be assigned to the care, verification and registration of the entries and exits of the material and goods in stock.

It performs specific activities with operational autonomy and direct responsibility.

Technical Assistant (Area B).

It deals with the technical management of laboratories, workshops and processing departments, which guarantee their efficiency and functionality. It provides technical support for carrying out educational activities.

Driving vehicles and their routine maintenance.

It makes the external services associated with its work.

It performs specific activities with operational autonomy and direct responsibility.

Cook (Area B).

It deals with the preparation and packaging of food, the preservation of foodstuffs, and also through special instruments, of which it takes care of the normal maintenance.

It performs specific activities with operational autonomy and direct responsibility.

Nurse (Area B).

He deals with the organization and operation of the school’s infirmary, where it is located, and takes care of the related medical, pharmacological and instrumental equipment. Practice of prescribed therapies and preventive measures.

It performs specific activities with operational autonomy and direct responsibility.

Wardrobe (area B).

It deals with the conservation, care and maintenance of student equipment and the organization and maintenance of wardrobes. It performs specific activities with operational autonomy and direct responsibility.

Collaborator of school services (As area).

It coordinates the activities of the staff belonging to profile A, from which it performs all tasks in a normal manner. She provides qualified assistance to disabled people and oversees the hygiene and health needs of the school, especially of the children.

Collaborator of agricultural services (As an area).

It provides support activities for the specific professionalism of agricultural companies, facilitates operations through well-defined procedures in the agricultural, forestry and livestock sectors. It is present only in educational establishments with agricultural holdings.

School Assistant (Area A).

It does, in the context of specific instructions and with responsibilities associated with the proper execution of its work, activities, characterized by well-defined procedures that do not require specialized preparation. He is responsible for the general service of the school with the reception and supervision tasks for the pupils, in the times immediately before and after the lessons and during the break, and for the public; Cleaning of premises, school places and facilities; Supervision of pupils, including ordinary care and assistance in eating in school canteens, general care and supervision in school rooms, collaboration with teachers. There is material assistance for disabled students in accessing external areas to the school structures, inside and outside, as well as in the use of toilets and the care of personal hygiene.

Attached is Table B in the CCNL School Section 2006-2009, which is currently in force, in which the cultural qualifications for access to the various professional profiles are described above.

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