Under direction of the Superintendent, plans, organizes, manages, directs and supervises the personnel, functions and activities of the Business, Facilities and Administrative Support Services Division, including budget development and monitoring, financial accounting, payroll, attendance, purchasing and warehouse operations, risk management, information services, legislative review and monitoring and support for the District's collective bargaining functions. The Assistant Superintendent of Business Services is also responsible for the safety, maintenance, construction and operations of buildings, grounds and equipment of the District, oversees the support services of the District, including maintenance, operations, transportation, food services, energy/safety, deferred and planned maintenance, facilities, coordination and construction. Responsible for the planning, organization, coordination and implementation of the school housing and facility program, including design, financing and construction of new school facilities and repair, maintenance, alteration, reconstruction and relocation of existing school facilities. Performs other related work as required. This position reports directly to the Superintendent. Special emphasis shall be to assist the Superintendent and staff in the task of providing leadership in developing, achieving and maintaining the most effective educational program possible. The Assistant Superintendent of Business Services will supervise the following: Director, Fiscal Services; Director, Food Services; Director, Maintenance and Operations; Manager, Purchasing; Manager, Transportation; and Executive Assistant.
EDUCATION: Master's degree in accounting, business administration, educational administration, school finance, or a closely related field, or comparable work experience and evidence of professional growth within last five years. Doctorate degree not required but preferable. EXPERIENCE: Minimum of five years of experience in a responsible site level and cabinet level administrative position. Experience dealing with operational planning and fiscal related matters, preferably in a unified school district. Training and experience in supervision and evaluation of personnel.
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About Lompoc Unified School District
The Lompoc Unified School District offers an outstanding educational program for its approximately 9,800 students. Quality leadership, teaching and support staff are just some of the reasons. The District serves TK-12th grade students living in the City of Lompoc, Vandenberg Village, Mesa Oaks, Mission Hills, Vandenberg Air Force Base and rural areas adjacent to these communities. The District offers a wide range of programs for students with special needs. There are opportunity classes at the middle and high school levels. Specialists at all levels provide support for bilingual students, migrant students, gifted, and special needs students. The Administration has worked diligently to create an atmosphere of cooperation and collaboration at all levels. Collaborative negotiations and proactive problem solving have become institutionalized.
Lompoc is located 150 miles northwest of Los Angeles in Santa Barbara County. Its population is approximately 40,000 and the area is known for its mild, smog-free climate. The average maximum temperature is 73 degrees and the average winter high temperature is 63 degrees. Lompoc is the support city for Vandenberg ...Air Force Base, the aerospace center of the West Coast. Lompoc is also known as the flower seed capital of the world, as it produces more than half of the world's supply of flower seeds. Learn more about the Lompoc community by visiting the Lompoc Valley Chamber of Commerce web site.
It is the policy of the Board of Education to encourage input in the development of policies and programs for the school district. Various organizations and parent representatives have been actively involved with planning education programs. All public entities have embarked on a mission of collaboration to educate its citizens, as evidenced by SARB, CODE, and the daytime loitering ordinance.