Specific Skills Required for Position:
Graduate from an accredited college or university with a bachelor’s degree in business administration, public administration or finance. A minimum of three years of experience in the public education sector on capitally funded projects and related administrative functions, experiences as it pertains to large-scale initiatives such as Smart Schools Bond Act. Three years of increasingly responsible professional experience; must be very knowledgeable of MS Excel, MS Word, MS Access, SQL, PowerPoint, with preference for knowledge of New York State Educational System and portals.
Explain the function(s) to be performed by the requested staff member:
Under general direction of the Associate Director of the Office of Capital, Grants and Finance, the successful candidate will independently perform professional administrative functions. Specific responsibilities include documents management and record keeping; managing the daily operations and activities of state and federally funded programs; extensive data entry into complex spreadsheets; working with external offices and assist with resolutions; monitor compliance to statutory requirements as related to the initiatives; may perform other related duties as required.