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SCHOOL DISTRICT TREASURER
DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF THE CLASS
This is responsible work calling for exercise of mature business judgment in carrying out an established clerical routine. Employees in this class are under general supervision of the board of trustees or board of education, which formulates policy and checks on work by means of periodic reports. Employees in this class must be bonded.
ILLUSTRATIVE EXAMPLES OF WORK
Receives money from collector and makes deposits.
Discusses accounting and financial problems with superiors.
Files posting media and miscellaneous accounting documents.
Prepares reports and statements concerning district finances.
Performs a wide variety of clerical account keeping tasks.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Some knowledge of methods used in keeping financial accounts and records.
Some knowledge of the laws, regulations, procedures and policies as they related to school district finances.
Ability to follow oral and written directions and to prepare correspondence, reports, and other materials.
Good accounting judgment.
Three years of general business experience of which one shall have involved keeping or auditing financial records and graduation from a standard senior high school; or,
Any equivalent combination of experience and training sufficient to indicate ability to do the work.