267 Pembroke Street
Pembroke, New Hampshire 03275
The Business Administrator is the chief financial advisor to
the Superintendent, the SAU Board, and the Boards of the School Districts. As chief financial officer, the Business
Administrator is responsible to the Superintendent for managing the business
and financial affairs of the school districts and SAU, and recommending
policies and procedures to govern the financial operations.
The Business Administrator is directly responsible to the
Superintendent of Schools and serves as a resource to the Assistant
Superintendent, Principals, and School Boards.
In addition, she/he directly supervises her/his own staff and such other
personnel as may be assigned.
NATURE AND SCOPE:
To maintain the overall supervision for all financial
affairs of SAU #53 and its member districts and to assume such duties as
assigned in the areas of building and grounds, transportation, maintenance, and
supervision of non-certified staff.
established budget guidelines, coordinates preparation of all budgets and
works with Superintendent, Assistant Superintendent, Principals, and
Special Education Director in budget preparation.
budget and inventory control systems and supervises all accounting
operations for the districts and SAU.
accordance with local school board policy, coordinates, processes and
controls approval transfers of budgeted funds.
Municipal Budget Committee members in understanding the school board
budgets on request.
accordance with local school board policy, prepares procedures for bidding
awards, and purchase of goods under district budget.
all insurance issues.
the Superintendent in all aspects of school building and/or renovation
request of the Superintendent, advises principals on matters dealing with
principals on matters dealing with supervision of pupil transportation and
the Food Service Program.
overall policies and procedures, which enhance the operation of the
selected SAU Office Staff.
in the recruitment of non-certified staff for all school districts and the
with all state laws and regulations relative to schools.
for maintaining accurate and timely financial information regarding
instructional development, workshops, courses, and any other activities
for each of the five school districts.
the Superintendent in the collective bargaining process.
Performs other duties as assigned by the Superintendent.