Associate Superintendent

Pittsburg Unified School District
05/22/9200 - 15:34


  • Master’s degree in education, business management, or accounting
  • A minimum of five years of experience in one of the above fields, including at least one year of experience in a supervisory capacity
  • Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Board may find appropriate and acceptable



•    Finance
•    Maintenance, Operations, Transportation
•    Technology
•    Facilities
•    Child Nutrition


To administer the business affairs of the District in such a way as to provide the best possible educational services with available financial resources.


  • Administers, through the Finance Director, budget development and long-range financial planning
  • Administers, through the Purchasing Director, a program for purchasing supplies and equipment
  • Administers operation of the school plants
  • Develops a facility expansion program, and supervises plant construction
  • Administers, through the Maintenance Director, the maintenance and ongoing operational needs of the district
  • Administers, through the Transportation Director, the student transportation program
  • Administers, through the Food Services Director, the cafeteria services and the school lunch program
  • Establishes and supervises, through the Finance Director, a program of accounting and reporting for the financial affairs of the District
  • Supervises clerical personnel in the Business Office.
  • Serves as a member of the negotiating teams
  • Serves as a consultant on any grant proposal originating in the District
  • Interprets the business area of educational programs to the community at large 
  • Manages the District’s real estate and insurance programs.
  • Supervises the development of monthly and annual financial reports as required
  • Consults with the Superintendent and other personnel on questions relating to the District’s business affairs
  • Administers and supervises all risk-management programs for the District
  • Performs such other duties as may be assigned by the Superintendent
  • Administers class size requirements of instructional programs
  • Develops and administers student enrollment projections, student attendance accounting, instructional minutes and SASI responsibilities
  • Administers, through the Network Services Director the administrative and instructional technological programs of the District
  • Administers through the Warehouse/Purchasing Director the inventory of equipment, stocking and disbursement of classroom supplies and office supplies
  • Administers the general obligation bonds, Certificates of Participation & proceeds, and Redevelopment Agency Tax Revenue
  • Administers through the MOTF Director the State Modernization programs
  • Develops and administers the investments instruments, such as Guarantee Investment Contracts, Tax Revenue Anticipation Notes, Local Agency Investment Fund, etc.


Work year:                  Twelve (12) months


  • Light to moderate physical effort
  • Frequent standing or walking, occasional lifting 10-50 lbs.
  • Rapid paced work
  • Moderate to high levels of stress


Performance of this position will be evaluated annually by the Superintendent in accordance with provisions of Board policy on Evaluation of Administrative Personnel.

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