Employment Opportunities

 

The Salem County Vocational Technical School and Salem County Special Service School Districts seek the following position:

TREASURER OF SCHOOL MONIES

QUALIFICATIONS:

1.  Employment as municipal custodian of moneys or tax collector, as prescribed by law.

2.  Bonded for faithful performance of duties

REPORTS TO: Board of Education

JOB GOAL: To handle all of the district’s moneys, accounting for all receipts and expenditures.

 

PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:

1.  Serves as the custodian of school monies, to receive, promptly deposit and hold in trust within the officially designated depositories all monies paid to the school district.

2.  Pays out school monies only on warrants made payable to the person entitled to receive payment.   Ensures that the object for which the warrant is issued is specified and that the warrant is signed by the board president, the board secretary/business administrator and the treasurer.

3.  Receives school employee payrolls and issues a warrant for the full amount of each payroll certified by the board president and the board secretary/business administrator; deposits the warrants in a separate payroll account; and issues individual checks drawn on such accounts to each employee.

4.  Keeps in the books provided for that purpose a record of the sums received and paid out by him/her in accordance with the bookkeeping system prescribed by the state board of education. This record must be up to date, accurately maintained and reconciled with bank statements monthly.

5.  Renders a monthly report to the board giving a detailed account of all receipts, the amounts of all warrants issued, the accounts from which they were drawn and the balance in each account.

6.  Renders an annual report to the board at the close of the school year showing the amounts received and disbursed during the school year, and files a copy of the report with the executive county superintendent.

7.  Pays over the balance of school funds in his/her hands to his/her successor.

8.  Performs such other duties in fulfillment of his/her general responsibilities as may be required by law or prescribed by the board of education in accordance with law.

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:  Appointed in accordance with law.  Salary to be determined annually by the board.

ANNUAL EVALUATION:  Performance of this job will be evaluated annually in accordance with NJ State law and the provisions of the board’s policy on evaluations.

 

Apply to John Bolil

Box 350

Woodstown, NJ 08098

or e-mail jbolil@scsssd.net

856-769-0101, ext. 5312

EOE/AA

(All Applicants for teaching positions must hold or be immediately eligible for a New Jersey Teaching Certificate with an appropriate teaching endorsement.)

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS: [ Application ]

Salem County Vocational Technical Schools is seeking candidates for substitute teaching positions. Applicants are eligible with 60 college credits or four years of trade experience. Pay rate is $85 per day. Must be available on short notice.  College students at least 20 years of age, retired educators, or trades people are welcome to apply.

 CUSTODIAL, MAINTENANCE, TECHNICIANS [ Application ]

Full Time Custodial Position Available for the Salem County Vo-Tech must be 18 years of age, have a H.S. diploma or equivalent and valid driver’s license.

Please apply to:

John Bolil, Business Administrator

880 Route 45

PO Box 350

Woodstown, NJ 08098

EOE/AA

 

How to Apply:

  • Email cover letter, resume, application and references  to egotwals@scvts.org or fax the documents  (856) 769-3602
  • Or mail to: Eileen Gotwals, SCVTS , Box 350, Woodstown, NJ 08098

NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE!

SALEM COUNTY VOCATIONAL TECHNICAL SCHOOLS IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

The “New Jersey First Act,” , N.J.S.A. 52:14-7 (L. 2011, Chapter 70)  effective September 1, 2011, contains new residency requirements for public officers and employees, unless exempted under the law. Current, new or prospective employees should be aware of the following:

Effective September  1, 2011, all employees of State and local government must reside in the State of New Jersey, unless exempted under the law.  If you already work for State or local government as of September  1,  2011, and you do not live in New Jersey, you are not required to move to New Jersey.  However, if you begin your office, position or employment on September  1,  2011 or later, you must reside in New Jersey.  If you do not reside in New Jersey, you have one year after the date you take your office, position or employment to relocate your residence to New Jersey.  If you do not do so, you are subject to removal from your office, position or employment.