Under the direction of the Assistant Superintendent-Business Services, plan, organize, control and direct District-wide accounting operations and activities including the preparation, development, monitoring, review, processing, analysis, maintenance and adjustment of District budgets, funds and accounts; coordinate and direct personnel, communications, and fiscal record-keeping and reporting functions to meet District accounting needs and assure smooth and efficient fiscal activities; supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned personnel.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Any combination of education, training, and/or experience equivalent to a bachelor’s degree in Accounting or related field, and five years administrative accounting experience involving the review, analysis, maintenance and adjustment of various budgets, funds and accounts.
LICENSES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS:
A valid California driver’s license.
Salary: $118,500 - $147,924 annually
Our benefits include:
Insurance: premiums paid 100% by the District (includes employee and eligible family members). Choice of PPO or HMO, Dental and Vision
Vacation: 22 days per year
Holidays: 16 paid holidays per year
Illness Leave: The District provides for 12 days of illness leave per year, with unlimited accumulation for unused days.
Retirement: Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS) and Social Security
Car Allowance: $225/month
CLOSING DATE: This recruitment is open until filled and may close at any time; therefore, the schedule for the remainder of the process will depend upon when we receive a sufficient number of qualified applications to meet business needs. Applications will be reviewed on a continuous basis, and qualified applicants will proceed to the next step in the recruitment process as soon as paper screening has been completed for their submitted application.
The next scheduled Qualification Appraisal Interviews will be completed by May 19, 2023. Final selection interviews will be held on May 22, 2023.
VENTURA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
Located in the City and County of Ventura, California, the District has approximately 15,500 students attending its 28 schools including TK-5 elementary schools, TK-8 schools, 6-7-8 middle schools, 9-12 high schools, an Opportunity/Continuation High School, an Independent Study K-8th grade school & 9-12 High School, and an Adult Education Division. The total area of the District is 165 square miles. Ventura has long enjoyed a legacy as an outstanding place to live, work, and raise a family. Our public schools, too, have built a reputation as safe and nurturing environments where students receive a well-rounded education. As our students’ needs have evolved, Ventura Unified School District has strived to stay ahead of the curve—offering rich and varied academic programming, remaining committed to the arts across the district, and ensuring our schools are healthy, green, and connected to the coast and our community. All of these initiatives are pointed toward a common goal: maintaining excellent schools and learning environments where all children can explore, grow, and thrive as students in a modern world and be well prepared for the future ahead of... them.
Ventura is an ocean-side city of approximately 109,000 residents, located 31 miles south of Santa Barbara on the blue Pacific Ocean overlooking Anacapa and Santa Cruz islands. Ventura combines the vibrancy of careful growth with the community identity, pride and involvement that come from stability. The city is known for its wonderful weather, which averages 70 degrees with only a 20-degree variance year round. Within the city there are visual galleries, theater companies, a symphony orchestra, music ensembles, dance groups and individual artists who are presented in concert throughout the year. In addition to the wonderful events, recreational facilities include: parks, golf courses, a pleasure boat harbor, tennis courts, and a fishing pier. Also, one can enjoy the local beaches year-round as well as being close to the mountains and deserts.