Kansas Association of School Business Officials

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Ads will remain approximately two (2) weeks beyond deadline date! If deadline dates are not listed, please notify Rob Balsters, above, when your listed positions have been filled!

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Current Vacancies

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Purchasing Assistant- Derby Public Schools (USD 260)

For more information, please follow the link above.


Director of Finance- Derby Public Schools (USD 260)

For more information, please follow the link above.

Payroll/KPERS Specialist- Olathe Public Schools (USD 233)

For information, please follow the link above.

Payroll Clerk- Emporia Public Schools (USD 253)

For information, please follow the link above.

Director of Business ServicesManhattan-Ogden (USD 383)

QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. A minimum of 3-5 years administrative or fiscal experience in a mid to large scale environment; experience with and current knowledge of budget development and planning; GAAP; computerized business systems and electronic processes; ability to analyze situations within policy and legal frameworks; ability to manage multiple responsibilities concurrently and meet required deadlines. Demonstrated skills in leadership, communication, organization, and supervision. 
  2. Bachelor’s degree in accounting or business administration with an emphasis in accounting or a combination of education, professional training or experience. Master’s degree or CPA desired, but not required.

REPORTS TO:  Associate Superintendent for Support Services

JOB GOALS:  To insure that the school district adopts and utilizes management procedures to secure maximum benefits from the available financial resources.

PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Provide leadership in planning, managing and coordinating Accounting Services to include payroll, accounts payable, accounts receivable, investments, financial reporting, and other financial areas.
  2. Assume responsibility of budget development and long-range financial planning.
  3. Administer a budget control system for the district.
  4. Supervise the preparation, publication, and distribution of budgets as approved by the Superintendent and the Board.
  5. Develop budget guidelines, supervises and coordinates the preparation of the budget, and assists key administrators in preparing their budgets.
  6. Develop and maintain account code structure for use in budget preparation and financial reporting in compliance with state account code guidelines and federal program codes.
  7. Analyze and prepare all financial statements including reports for building administrators, central office personnel, and Board of Education.
  8. Responsible for all grant and special project financial accounting.
  9. Responsible for all federal, state, or local tax reporting including the maintenance of source documents and records used in the preparation of these reports.
  10. Supervises the collection, safekeeping, and distribution of all funds.
  11. Develop and maintain the record keeping, safekeeping, and depository security of all district funds to maximize investment income while assuring safety and liquidity if those funds; and the subsequent reporting on those investments.
  12. Responsible for pre-audit of purchase requisitions to determine whether the amounts are within the budgetary allowance; to determine that such disbursements are properly coded; and that such disbursements are lawful expenditures of the district.
  13. Responsible for the external audit function. Provide information requested by federal, state or local auditors.  Respond to audit questions and recommendations.
  14. Develop and monitor a system of internal control insuring compliance with federal and state laws, board policy, and generally accepted accounting principles to include activities concerned with verifying the account records, evaluating the adequacy of the internal control system on a continual basis, evaluating the reliability of the accounting and reporting systems, and ascertaining compliance with established policies and procedures. Direct the implementation of policy changes and provided assistance to all schools and departments.
  15. Develop policy and procedures to insure the district is in compliance with state and federal tax laws as it relates to payment of wages (Fair Labor Standards), employee benefits (403b plans), and employee benefits (Cafeteria 125 plans).
  16. Evaluate, make recommendations for purchase, and assure implementation of integrated computerize business systems as they relate to financial compliance and financial reporting.
  17. Serve as Treasurer of the Board of Education
  18. Acts as advisor to the Superintendent and Associate Superintendents on all questions relating to the business and financial affairs of the district.
  19. Interprets the financial concerns of the district to the community.
  20. Performs all other duties as assigned.

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Twelve month contract year.  Salary and work year to be established by the Board.

FLSA STATUS: Exempt

EVALUATION: Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the Board of Education on evaluation of administrative personnel.

ABOUT US:

  • The mission of Manhattan-Ogden Unified School District 383 is to prepare all students for success as lifelong learners, earners, and citizens. Our vision is to be nationally recognized for the breadth and depth of success attained by all students.
  • USD 383 serves 6,600 students from early learning through grade 12. We have 1,600 employees.
  • As an equal opportunity employer, USD 383 is committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce. We believe there is a long-term advantage to a team that reflects the diversity of our students, families and staff.
  • The Board of Education shall hire all employees based on ability and the needs of the district. Manhattan-Ogden Unified School District 383 is an equal opportunity employer and shall not discriminate in its employment practices and policies concerning hiring, compensation, terms, conditions, or privileges of employment because of an individual’s race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, disability or age.
  • This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.

Senior Bookkeeper- Basehor-Linwood School District (USD 458)

Basehor-Linwood USD 458 has an immediate opening and is accepting applications for a Senior Bookkeeper. This is a full-time, year-round position at our district office.  Related experience is required, and salary will be based on experience. The ideal candidate must possess the ability to: 

  • Complete district level accounting transactions and manage accounting software.
  • Develop and manage the district and building level budgets. 
  • Process payroll including federal and state reporting (941 reports, W4, K4 and associated reports)
  • Manage employee benefits including enrollments, terminations, cobra and invoice processing.
  • Oversee accounts payable and process accounts receivable.
  • Process employee onboarding and terminations to meet district, state and federal requirements.
  • Work with district administrative staff to complete and submit state and federal reporting.











 

 


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USD 379 is accepting applications for a Business Manager. A Business Degreee or a Master's Degree in Educational Administration is preferred. Must have an understanding of School Finance. Three years of work experience in education is preferred. Competitive salary and excellent insurance benefits. For questions, contact Mike Folks, Superintendent, at 785.632.3176. 

 

All interested applicants must apply using the district's online application program. (www.usd379.org/jobs)

 

Items required to complete the application:

  • a current resume
  • a copy of current administrative/teaching license
  • transcripts (If you have more than one university/college transcript, please scan these all together in one file.)
  • 3 letters of reference (scanned all together in one file)
  • credentials, if applicable

If you have questions about submitting your application through this system, please contact Denise, Clerk of the Board/Superintendent's Secretary, at 785.632.3176. 

 

Unified School District #379 complies with non-discriminatory practices in all educational programs, activities, and employment procedures. 


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