TREASURER

Qualifications: HS diploma or equivalent; Bachelor degree in accounting or related field – helpful3 years professional experience working in accounting, auditing, banking, or a closely related field.  Must be bondable.  Experience with public boards – helpful.  Knowledge of school business accounting systems, generally accepted accounting principles, governmental accounting principles, budgeting and auditing theories/techniques, financial statements, reports and financial computer applications.  Must be able to work extended hours and additional days/evenings as required by the position responsibilities.

Additional Qualifications: Experience with Microsoft Office, data entry, bank reconciliation, basic bookkeeping functions and preparation of financial reports.  Ability to define problems, collect data, draw valid conclusions, and interpret technical instructions or federal/state/school law.  Ability to deal with multiple priorities and function professionally during high-stress situations.  Ability to implement, facilitate, and complete multiple projects in a timely and efficient manner.

Submit letter of application, resume, educational background, and other appropriate information to

CKTC
Human Resources
PO Box 190
Fort Cobb, OK  73038 

Applications accepted until February 20, 2019, or a suitable applicant is found.  CKTC is an EOE employer.

Full Job Description

CADDO KIOWA TECHNOLOGY CENTER
JOB DESCRIPTION
Position: Treasurer
Primary Function: Receive federal, state and local appropriations ensuring proper coding and reporting.  Invest the district monies within federal/state laws and regulations within the policies of CKTC and Oklahoma Department of CareerTech Education.  Serve as Activity Fund Custodian, administrative assistant to the Superintendent and Board Minute Clerk to CKTC Board of Education.

 

Responsible to: Superintendent

 

Minimum Qualifications: HS diploma or equivalent; Bachelor degree in accounting or related field – helpful

3 years professional experience working in accounting, auditing, banking, or a closely related field.

Must be bondable.

Experience with public boards – helpful

Knowledge of school business accounting systems, generally accepted accounting principles, governmental accounting principles, budgeting and auditing theories/techniques, financial statements, reports and financial computer applications.

Must be able to work extended hours and additional days/evenings as required by the position responsibilities.

 

Skillset: Experience with Microsoft Office, data entry, bank reconciliation, basic bookkeeping functions and preparation of financial reports.

Ability to define problems, collect data, draw valid conclusions, and interpret technical instructions or federal/state/school law.

Ability to deal with multiple priorities and function professionally during high stress situations.

Ability to implement, facilitate, and complete multiple projects in a timely and efficient manner.

Responsibilities:
General: Continue professional development education in areas pertinent to the position.
  Attend all local staff meetings, conferences, and approved professional development training at the local, district, and state levels.
  Maintain good communications and work cooperatively with all staff to maintain a culture of CSI.
  Perform various other duties assigned by the supervisor within the physical constraints of the position.

 

Essential:

 

 

 

Treasurer responsibilities per statue for general, building, tort and activity funds.

Administer and maintain records on all district monies.  Receipt, deposit, reconcile accounts, code transactions using OCAS, and process Activity Fund disbursements according to policy.

Invest district money according to laws, regulations, and district policy maintaining all records by fund.

Prepare monthly treasurer reports for the Board and various other reports as required by law and policy.

Activity fund custodian for all activity fund accounts – activity fund, Pell/financial aid, and credit card.

Oversee inventory processes and prepare inventory reports for annual district audit.

Submit accounts for the annual audit of the finances of the school district and assist with preparation of the estimate of needs.

Monitor or verify certifications of teaching staff to ensure current.

Maintain records of insurance policy for property, casualty, auto, educator’s legal and general liability.

Board Minute Clerk – prepare agendas, attend meetings, disburse meeting materials prior to meeting, and make arrangements of the room.

Maintain accurate files for each board member’s continuing education records.

Administrative assistant to the Superintendent.

Assume other duties, assignments, and responsibilities as necessary to accomplish the goals of the district.

 

Employment Status and Terms: (LENGTH OF CONTRACT/STAFF CLASSIFICATION/EMPLOYEE STATUS)

12 month           /            Classified            /          Non – Exempt

 

Evaluation: Performance appraisal conducted annually.

 

Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the position.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Be able to perform under stress when confronted with emergency, critical or unusual situations.

Sitting for extended periods of time, manipulate computer keyboard, bend and stoop, lift up to 25 lbs.

 

Work Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this position.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Office environment with low to moderate noise with minimal exposure to moving mechanical parts and outside weather conditions.

 

 
 
 
 

 

CONTACT US

Jennie Nunn
405-643-3205