Business Administrator - Moab (#2009942)
Duties of the Business Administrator:
Subject to the direction of the district superintendent of schools, the district business administrator shall:
1. Attend all meetings of the board, keeping an accurate recording of its proceedings, and having custody of the seal and records;
2. Be custodian of all district funds, be responsible and accountable for all money received and disbursed, and keep accurate records of all revenues received and their sources;
3. Countersign with the board president all warrants and claims against the district as well as other legal documents approved by the board;
4. Prepare and submit to the board each month a written report of the district’s receipts and expenditures;
5. Use uniform budgeting, accounting, and auditing procedures and forms approved by the Utah State Board of Education, which shall be in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles or auditing standards, and Title 63J, Chapter 1, Utah Budgetary Procedures Act;
6. Prepare and submit to the board a detailed annual statement for the period ending June 30, of the revenue and expenditures, including beginning and ending balances;
7. Assist the superintendent in the preparation and submission of a tentative budget required by law, and statistical and fiscal reports as required by the State Board of Education;
8. Insure that adequate internal controls are in place to safeguard the district's funds; partnership with district administrators in fiscal management, providing service, support, data analysis, input and assistance;
9. Provide general supervision for accounting, payroll, purchasing, inventory, transportation, custodial, food service, Beacon after school program, mentoring, maintenance and construction;
10. Manage the district's benefits, including, but not limited to, health insurance, state retirement and investment products, life insurance, long term disability, voluntary products and ancillary products; and
11. Perform other duties as assigned by the board and/or superintendent
Salary and Benefits:
Compensation The salary will be negotiated based on qualifications and experience and will be competitive with salaries of other school business administrators in districts of comparable enrollment within the state of Utah.
Benefits Benefits for employees with Grand County School District include but are not limited to: • Group health insurance • Long-term disability • Life and accidental death insurance • Membership in the Utah Retirement System • Travel expenses as determined by the Board of Education
The Grand County Community: Grand County and Moab, Utah, are located in one of the most beautiful and remote corners of the lower 48 states. 230 miles from Salt Lake City and 110 miles from Grand Junction, Colorado, residents find that they need to be self-sufficient in many ways while enjoying the small-town lifestyle the area has to offer. Moab (pop. 5,253) is the only incorporated city in Grand County (pop. 9,516). Moab, often referred to as “the Heart of Canyonlands”, is the only city in Utah located on the Colorado River. Visitors to the area are offered an incredible display of natural beauty from its adjacent National and State Parks and Forests and public lands. Abundant outdoor recreational opportunities include biking, four-wheeling, rafting and hiking. The former ranching, mining and milling economy of the early and mid-1900's has transitioned to a tourism, service and government sector economy. As a result, Grand County experiences higher unemployment rates and attendant social issues than most of Utah. Not coincidentally, many in the community are also very engaged in seeking solutions to these problems. Moab is reputed to have more nonprofit organizations than any other community in America per capita. Recent public investments with strong public support has brought the following to the community - two new public schools (HMK Elementary and the Technical Science and Arts Center on the High School Campus, (2010), a new regional hospital and extended care center (2011) and the Moab City Aquatic Center (2011). Public highway and bridge improvements and a vigorous bicycle lane construction program have been ongoing for several years.
Our Vision: Whole child, whole school, whole community. We challenge students to become healthy, compassionate, and resourceful individuals. We provide a safe and engaging environment that promotes lifelong learning. Every student will attain a purposeful future.
The District: Grand County School District was established in 1883. The district shares common boundaries with Grand County, and includes a small portion of San Juan County. The district serves nearly 1500 students. The district's offices are located in the City of Moab. For more information, refer to the district website www.grandschools.org