Last date of filing application/letter of interest: July 24, 2017 at 10:00 a.m.
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college or university with a concentration in a business-related curriculum (accounting, finance, business administration, etc.) including at least nine (9) semester hours in accounting; or, an MBA or other graduate degree in a business-related field from a regionally accredited institution; or licensure/certification as a Certified Public Accountant; or, a bachelor’s degree in a concentration other than a business-related curriculum, but has at least 24 semester hours of business-related courses, with at least 18 hours in the following courses (or course equivalent);
· Principles of Accounting I (3 semester hours).
· Principles of Accounting II (3 semester hours).
· Intermediate Accounting (3 semester hours).
· Cost Accounting (3 semester hours)
· Governmental Accounting (3 semester hours).
· Financial Management (3 semester hours).
· General Management (3 semester hours).
· Business (or Organizational) Communications (3 semester hours).
- Minimum of three (3) years of experience in public agency accounting.
- Ability to receive Certification of Chief School Financial Officer designation from the Alabama State Department of Education within three (3) years of employment, and maintain this designation by meeting continuing education requirements.
(pending board approval)
Salary: Negotiable within an $80,000 to $95,000 range, based on experience and qualifications.
Terms of Employment: 12 month position (240 days) with an effective starting date and other provisions to be negotiated in an employment contract subject to Board approval.
Application Process: An official transcript and/or copy of Certified Public Accountant certificate will be required if an interview is scheduled. Applications can be located at: www.lcschools.org or www.alsde.edu/teachinalabama.
Must submit letter of interest and a current resume along with the completed application to:
Office of Superintendent
Lauderdale County Board of Education
Post Office Box 278
Florence, Alabama 35631
Effective July l, 1999, all newly employed personnel having unsupervised contact with students in the Lauderdale County School System will be required to submit a criminal background check mandated by the State. Applicants are responsible for initiating their own background check process. Information and registration regarding background clearance can be obtained at the website: www/cogentid.com/AL. Click on Department of Education and follow the online instructions. All applicants must submit a copy of their social security card and one other form of identification such as a valid driver’s license with their application and letter of interest. All new employees will be hired pending E-Verification compliance.