• Procurement Manager / Internal Auditor for Floyd County Schools

    Floyd County Board of Education
    Job Description
    Essential Duties: 
    • Assist the Deputy Superintendent in all areas of business/financial matters pertaining to the operation of the district.
    • Plans and conducts operational, financial and compliance audits to evaluate the effectiveness of internal controls.
    • Oversees and approves expenditures according to the system’s procurement procedures.
    • Oversees the RFP/RFQ process and awarding of contracts for the purchase or acquisition of supplies, materials, equipment, and services as may be required and funded. Settle and resolve protests dealing with purchasing actions.
    • Provide leadership and continued analysis, monitor procedures and coordinate strategies related to financial management in a manner which complies with all state and federal laws and local policies, effectively utilizing available resources and minimizes duplication of efforts.
    • Make written recommendations to Deputy Superintendent in increase efficiency and/or effectiveness of the control systems of functions reviewed
    • Perform special investigations as requested by the Superintendent or Deputy Superintendent
    • Work with all levels of management and staff within the system including internal audit personnel and external auditors
    • Provide guidance, support and assistance regarding the interpretation and implementation of national, state and local policies and laws as they relate to the management of District finances
    • Maintains a relationship with all administrators and other staff to promote good business practices
    • Assist in developing, coordinating and providing ongoing professional development and training to appropriate staff at all levels regarding budgets, system software applications, internal controls and other accountability procedures 
    • Plan and conduct audits to assess controls, operational efficiencies and compliance with selected policies, procedures and regulations in conjunction with the Deputy Superintendent
    • Resolve audit problems that occur and develop modifications regarding personnel responsibilities and schedules to ensure corrective actions are in place
    • Ensure work papers are adequately documented and audit evidence is sufficient
    • Prepare accurate audit reports for the Superintendent/Deputy Superintendent and conduct exit conference
    • Elicit information from knowledgeable internal/external sources about areas and functions to determine appropriate audit direction/methodology
    • Assist external auditors as appropriate
    • Assist in coordinating the System’s response to audit findings and recommendations
    • Possess and maintain valid and appropriate license, certificate and/or credential as may be required for this position
    • Participate in training programs to increase skills and proficiency related to assignments
    • Participate in various committee or task forces geared to policy/procedure development and operational improvements
    • Audits the time keeping software to ensure fidelity in use
    • Review current developments, literature and technical sources of information related to job responsibility
    • Follow federal and state laws, as well as Board policy
    • Perform all other duties as assigned by the Superintendent and Deputy Superintendent

    Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in business administration, accounting, finance or other related field from an accredited college or university Minimum of five years of experience in field of work

    Preferred: Master’s degree in accounting Certified Public Accountant (CPA) or Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) Governmental accounting experience Experience in performance auditing Audit experience all levels of responsibility Munis experience

    Job Requirements: Specific skills required to satisfactorily perform the functions of the job include: maintaining regular attendance and punctuality; adhering to legal statutes, organizational rules, etc.; operating standard office equipment using pertinent software applications, and preparing and maintaining accurate records.

    Specific knowledge required to satisfactorily perform the functions of the job includes: personnel policies and procedures; and concepts of grammar and punctuation.

    Specific abilities required to satisfactorily perform the functions of the job include: establishing and maintaining effective working relationships; maintaining a professional work environment; maintaining confidentiality: presenting a positive image when representing the BOE; adapting to changing work priorities, communicating with diverse groups; meeting deadlines and schedules; working as part of a team; and working with constant interruptions.

    Starting salary with minimum qualifications: $51,115.00
    FLSA Status: Non-exempt

    Please go to www.floydboe.net and complete our online application and apply for Job 552.
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