The Associate Superintendent of Business and Operations is a cabinet-level position, directly responsible to the Superintendent for the overall financial operations of the District, including development and maintenance of annual budget and long range financial planning. The Associate Superintendent has a central role in the school district planning and analysis of current, support systems and expenditures, and supervises the operations of the business, maintenance and operations, facilities, information technology, transportation, nutrition services, purchasing, fiscal services, accounting services, and risk management and employee benefits.
Five (5) years of business or financial operation administration management experience in a full-service school District or a full-service municipal, State or Federal public agency with an annual budget of $100 million or greater. -AND- Master's in business, management, finance, public administration or other related field.
CBO Certification from CASBO or equivalent certification from a professional organization is desirable.
This position requires attendance at evening Board of Education and other meetings.
District employees and external applicants must submit the required proof of education and/or training with each application by uploading copies of a high school diploma, GED certification (or equivalent), transcripts (official or unofficial), college degree(s), and/or training certificates. If the required proof of education is not attached to the application, you may be disqualified. All relevant experience must be clearly indicated in the “Work Experience” section of the application. Resumes will not be considered.
Additional Salary Information: Salary may be higher based on longevity and/or stipends. Salary is based on a 222-day work year. Health, Vision, Dental and PERS (retirement). Benefits are based on a 40-hour workweek, 8 hours per day.
About San Bernardino City Unified School District
The mission of San Bernardino City Unified School District, the leading expert in human learning, is to ensure all students, cradle to career, develop the knowledge, skills, and proficiencies required for college, career, civic, and economic success by inspiring and engaging them in a system distinguished by:
high expectations for student and staff performance
vital partnerships with families, community, and employers
culturally proficient schools
learning experiences beyond traditional boundaries of where and when
safe, respectful, and welcoming environments.