Direct, coordinate, and monitor all business related activities for the District, including but not limited to budget, payroll, accounts payable, grants, audits, insurance, travel and receivable. Works closely and coordinates with the North Slope Borough and the Alaska Department of Education.
Prepare the annual budget for the District budgeting process that begins with a successful summer audit, and includes interaction with the administration, School Advisory Councils, Board of Education, and North Slope Borough Assembly in preparation of annual revenue and expense budgets for the District. Monitor expenses and revenues throughout the fiscal year to ensure compliance with budget constraints as approved by the Board of Education and the North Slope Borough Assembly.
Under direction of the Superintendent recommend budget adjustments as necessary and monitor all financial operations of the District.
Monitor and carefully supervise monthly contracted payroll and biweekly classified payroll checks for District employees, including contract preparations, adjustments, changes in deductions, rent deductions, contract adjustments and addenda, and added duty contracts for employees.
In cooperation with the personnel department, monitor all certified and classified staff as related to budgets and District expenditures.
Arrange for purchase of all District property, casualty, and liability insurance to protect District property and assets.
Arrange for purchase of District Worker’s Compensation insurance, health insurance, and life insurance as needed to ensure proper insurance protection for District employees as required by union contracts, Board of Education policy, state law, federal laws, regulations, and prudent risk management.
Supervise and monitor the annual District audit and ensure that the District stays in compliance with state and federal laws, regulations, requirements, and has all material collected and ready for summer audit of the financial office.
Maintain all expense and revenue budgets as provided by the Director of Special Programs and Grant Administrator for all state and federal grants and prepare quarterly and annual reports for grants.
Supervise purchasing process and sign purchase orders for the purchase of District supplies, materials, and services.
Supervise all payroll functions, vendor payments, employee benefits, cash receipts, and accounts receivable.
Provide data to the Board of Education, Administration, Teacher Union, and Administrator Union as needed to assist with union contract negotiations.
Provide monthly and annual data to the Board of Education regarding expenses and revenues and provide input at Board of Education meetings and workshops as needed.
Represent the District at statewide and Department of Education meetings in regard to revenues, budgets, and other relevant concerns.
Supervise and evaluate all Business Office Staff.
Adhere to all District policies and regulations.
Perform such other tasks and assume other responsibilities as the supervisor may assign