Northern Kentucky Cooperative for Educational Services (NKCES) is looking for a Controller (Business Manager) will provide direct oversight, management and monitoring to the financial assets of NKCES, strategically leverage resources and assure all NKCES programs and NKY regional initiatives operative effectively.
Bachelor’s degree in Accounting (Preferred), Business Administration or a related field, with an emphasis in accounting or financial management. Certified Public Accountant (CPA preferred)
Leadership or Management experience in an education-focused entity, accounting department, or non-profit agency
Such additional qualifications as the Executive Director and NKCES Board of Directors may find appropriate and acceptable
REPORTS TO: Executive Director
Compile data for budget and maintain financial records of a variety of programs including the monitoring of account balances and tracking indirect costs
Serve as a liaison to the school districts to leverage resources and provide services through NKCES and the KPC/AESA Bidding Programs
Compile and disseminate financial information to school districts, agencies, and other interested individuals as requested
Send federal program reports to program directors and agencies to meet quarterly deadlines
Monitor aging of accounts receivable and initiates programs to facilitate collection of invoices; reconciles or oversees reconciliation of aging invoices on a monthly basis;
Provide monthly financial reports for Executive Director and Board of Directors
Monitor all budgets for NKCES (internal, external, state, federal).
Prepare annual financial statements and reports for board/committee meetings and program directors
Build financial models in support of growth plans
Apply depreciation schedule to all fixed assets
Perform all payroll fund transfers
Perform all second signatures for all checks issued and distributed by NKCES
Maintain Job Descriptions for all positions
Prepare all contracts/memos for all staff members related to employment
Oversee health benefits and human resource operations
Calculate and prepare annual salary and benefit projections for budget development
Reconcile monthly bank statements
Lead and develop a small team of people responsible for the day to day operations of the cooperative
Ensure maintenance of the building and associated grounds are performed
Perform related duties as needed and assigned by the Executive Director
For additional information regarding Certified positions, please visit KDE Website for available positions.
Behavior/PBIS/Collaboration Professional Learning Coach
NKCES is looking for a Professional Learning Coach, having instructional expertise, will work as a colleague with classroom teachers to support student learning and teacher implementation. The Professional Learning Coach will focus on individual and group professional learning that will expand and refine researched-based, effective instruction for teacher/students. In order to meet this purpose, the Professional Learning Coach will provide support to school/district coaches and teachers based on their goals and identified needs related to students with disabilities. The ideal candidate will have expertise in EBPs for students who struggle to meet benchmarks in content areas and instructional practices for students with disabilities.
Responsible to: Regional Director of Special Education
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college/university (Master’s Degree Preferred)
Minimum of five years of successful teaching experience with diverse learners
Current KY Teaching License
Demonstrated knowledge of Common Core Standards
Experience in researched-based instructional practices for students with and without disabilities
Desire to continue career improvement
Previous coaching or teacher leadership experience
To apply please submit a NKCES Application, resume’, certification(s) and letter(s) of recommendation to Lynlee.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lead Maintenance Worker
NKCES is looking for a qualified candidate to serve as the Lead Maintenance Worker to schedule and lead the work of a maintenance crew; perform semi-skilled to skilled work in one or more of the maintenance trades.
High school diploma
Lead, plan, assign, inspect and participate in maintenance and repair work of school facilities; train assigned employees.
Coordinate and direct the work of skilled and semi-skilled trades people in one or more craft areas; distribute parts and materials as needed; order parts and materials.
Inspect work in progress to see that proper maintenance methods are being followed and standards maintained; assure safety of the workers and safety precautions are observed in and around the work site.
Implement work schedules and inspect completed work; renew work orders for time and material requirements.
Respond to emergency call-ins as required.
Perform skilled work in a variety of maintenance trades as needed.