Chief Business Officer
Don Bosco Technical Institute, a qualified 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, is seeking a Chief Business Officer. Bosco Tech is an all-male Catholic high school guided by the Salesian educational system of St. John Bosco, combining a rigorous college-preparatory program with a technology focused education.
The Chief Business Officer will provide leadership and management of all business functions of the school, reporting to the Head of School and the Vice President.
Supervises all accounting, personnel and business staff and functions. Evaluates assigned employees periodically. Observes, monitors, provides training for, counsels, advises and disciplines the Finance Department staff, and periodically evaluates their job performance.
Oversees planning, organizing and administering the accounting functions that include revenue, expenditures, payroll, working capital, endowments and grants accounting, as well as booster funds and other designated or restricted fund accounting.
Plans, organizes and administers the accounting and budgetary operations.
Develops budget, accurately projects revenue and expenditures; manages finances within Board policy and goals, priorities and objectives.
Prepares and assists the Vice President and Head of School in presenting information to the public and Board on financial operations of the school. Prepares appropriate reports as directed by the Head of School and Finance Committee. Prepares a wide variety of activity summaries and fiscal reports.
Directs or conducts the preparation of periodic Federal, State, and local reports and statements, including tax returns.
Develops and maintains sound bookkeeping and reporting practices.
Works cooperatively with the Head of School, Vice President, Principal and department heads.
Establishes and monitors internal financial controls.
Maintains documents and records to properly administer grant funded projects, endowments and restricted donations or other funding.
Oversees all school purchasing, financial investments, banking activities, payroll and benefits program under guidance from the school’s Finance Committee.
Provides administrative support of the school’s financial aid program.
Other duties may be assigned as needed.
Qualifications and Experience:
Bachelor’s Degree in business, accounting, or related field is a minimum. Extensive experience in school finance and business operations is preferred. Other training and certificates relating to the business education field may also be considered.
Must possess and maintain a valid California driver’s license.
Reads, speaks, writes and understands English well. Works independently with a minimum of guidance and supervision. Follows oral and written directions.
Has and uses knowledge of principles and practices of fund accounting, auditing, bookkeeping, and budgeting, and has and uses knowledge of Federal, State, and local laws, rules and regulations governing accountability of funds in non-profit organizations or public agencies.
Uses knowledge of modern office methods, procedures, and equipment. Experience with Blackbaud financial software or similar fund accounting software may be considered.
Maintains positive human relationships, consistent with the school’s Salesian education principles. Deals effectively with staff, parents, students, administration, booster and alumni organizations, community and Board of Trustees. Exercises discretion, tact, and confidentiality.
Please send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to TechHR@boscotech.edu
Construction Engineering Instructor
Bosco Tech is seeking, for immediate placement, a qualified full-time high school instructor in the Architecture & Construction Engineering Technology department. Successful candidates integrate their education and past experience with a desire to educate the next generation of builders, designers and engineers.
The qualified teaching candidate will be responsible for college-prep level instruction in construction sciences; civil and structural engineering; and green technologies as they apply to architecture and construction engineering. The candidate should demonstrate strong classroom management skills and the ability to prepare detailed lesson plans which will include subject content, multiple instructional modalities, hands-on labs and varied assessments. We build young engineers using their hands and minds, and the successful candidate must be comfortable with that themselves. A bachelor’s degree in civil, construction, environmental, or mechanical engineering, or urban and regional planning; or similar, is required.
Expected instructional duties include teaching age-appropriate theory and lab for light-frame construction; concrete, wood beam, bridge and structural design and testing; surveying and topographical studies; and green and energy efficient (LEED) design of structures. Duties also include student supervision and assistance in computer and wood-shop laboratories. Candidates should be very proficient in MS Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint), Autodesk Revit, SketchUp, and in conducting internet research as it pertains to the teaching responsibilities, as well as being comfortable around a variety of industry related power machines.
Qualified candidates should submit a letter of interest and a current résumé to:
Don Bosco Technical Institute is an Equal Opportunity Employer.