Company: Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville CSD
Posted on: July 13, 2019
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Candidates must meet the following
requirements on or before the last filing date. Graduation from
high school, possession of a high school equivalency diploma, or a
high school individual education plan diploma and either:
- A Bachelor's Degree in accounting, business administration,
public administration, economics or a closely related field and two
years of experience in the field of accounting or finance work
which must have been in maintaining or auditing double entry books
of a business including general ledger or maintaining governmental
agency books involving appropriation accounting and the preparation
of budget and financial reports, one year of which must have been
in a supervisory capacity; or
- An Associate's Degree In accounting, business administration,
public administration, economics or a closely related field and
four years of experience as described in (A) above, one year of
which must have been in a supervisory capacity; or
- Six years of experience as described in (A) above, on year of
which must have been in a supervisory capacity; or
- An equivalent combination of training and experience as defined
by the limits of (A), (B) and (C) above. Experience in a public
school setting preferred. .All experience required to meet the
minimum qualification section is paid. REPORTS TO: Superintendent
of Schools SUPERVISES: Financial concerns of:
- Business Office Personnel;
- Transportation Personnel;
- Cafeteria Personnel. JOB GOAL: Responsibility for the planning,
organizing, and developing of the operation and administration of
the major business and financial affairs of the school system in
such a way as to provide the best possible educational services
with the financial resources. PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES
- Maintains a close working relationship with all administrators,
supervisors, and other staff members to assure optimum success for
individual and collective planning in all aspects of the business
and financial affairs of the school District.
- Directs, coordinates, and actively participates in Business
Office functions such as, but not limited to: annual budget
preparation, administration of the working budget, District-wide
purchasing and supply management procedures, financial accounting
and reporting; and District-wide insurance program.
- Assumes general responsibilities and supervision over the
transportation system and cafeteria services throughout the
District and is accountable to the Superintendent.
- Provides for proper safe-guards and controls for the public
funds, particularly as it pertains to the District-wide purchasing
- Maintains an understanding of and exhibits active participation
in all facets of the business operation of the School District.
- Advises and assists all administrators, principals, and
supervisors in the preparation of their budget.
- Establishes uniform budgeting procedures to facilitate the
consolidation of budgets.
- Compiles a budget for the school system through consolidating
the separate school and/or departmental budgets and prepares the
appropriate revenue plans supporting proposed expenditures to be
presented to the Superintendent.
- Provides liaison between the School District and the state
regarding such financial matters as state aid and appropriate
- Prepares the tax levy and establishes applicable tax rates to
be presented to the Superintendent for recommendation to the Board
for its approval.
- Coordinates and supervises the collection of taxes.
- Administers the working budget after voter approval, in close
concert with the Business office staff and those staff members with
school and/or departmental budget responsibility, and effects
appropriate budget transfers as necessary.
- Supervises the preparation of bids and quotes and analyzes same
for recommendation to the Board of Education.
- Supervises the processing of purchase orders.
- Establishes and executes procedures for the control of
inventory of equipment, materials, and supplies.
- Administers the District's insurance program so as to provide
insurance required by law, contractual obligation, or as dictated
by good business practices.
- Maintains familiarity with appropriate laws and regulations
pertinent to those associated areas of work and informs the
Superintendent of changes that will impact the School
- Executes instruction and purchases contracts and assures
- Establishes a calendar of purchasing activities to assure
timely ordering and delivery of goods and services.
- Supervises the duties of the internal auditor for the
- Manages the District's real estate and insurance programs.
- Develops, in cooperation with various supervisors, a
maintenance and operation long- range planning program.
- Interprets the financial concerns of the District to the
community through the Superintendent of Schools.
- Acts as advisor to the Superintendent on all questions relating
to the business and financial affairs of the District.
- Attends monthly Board of Education Meetings and Finance
Committee Meetings. TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: 12 months a year. SALARY:
TBD EVALUATION: Performance of this job will be evaluated by the
Superintendent of Schools. DEADLINE: September 1, 2019
APPLICATIONS: Please apply online on ASBO or OLAS; or, send letter
of interest, resume and references to: Dr. Joseph L. Natale
Superintendent OESJ CSD 44 Center St., St. Johnsville, NY 13452
Email: District Clerk, Stephanie Bonk at
Keywords: Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville CSD, Albany , District Treasurer, Accounting, Auditing , Albany, New York
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