Highland Local School District Announces Treasurer Opening
The Highland Local School District Board of Education accepted the resignation of their current Treasurer, Jon Mason, effective December 31st, at their meeting on Wednesday, August 10th. Mason will be leaving after serving the district for 22 years. The district, with the assistance of Mid-Ohio Educational Service Center, is now seeking qualified applicants with a strong financial background for the position of Treasurer.
Qualified applicants should have a strong sense of integrity, be self-directed, possess strong financial analysis skills, be detail-oriented and a strong communicator. The Board of Education will offer a salary that is commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Specific qualifications and requirements for the position can be found at the Mid-Ohio ESC website through the following link: https://tinyurl.com/72ec8fd9. Those interested in the position are encouraged to apply by submitting a cover letter emphasizing qualifications and experience, a copy of current Ohio Treasurer Certification/License or evidence that a certificate/license will be obtained, resume, and letters of reference as well as complete an online application at www.moesc.net.
Questions about the position should be directed to Kevin D. Kimmel, Mid-Ohio ESC Superintendent, at firstname.lastname@example.org, call 419.774.2506, or write him at:
Mid-Ohio Educational Service Center
890 West Fourth Street, Suite 100
Mansfield, OH 44906
Applications must be received by September 9th, 2022. Employment will begin January 1, 2023.
Kimmel expressed his enthusiasm to partner with the Highland Local Schools Board of Education to find the best candidate to help lead the district. “Highland has been served well by Jon Mason for 22 years, and his longevity is a credit to both him and the district. A district treasurer keeps things running smoothly and every department is dependent on the accuracy of their work. We understand the importance of this position, and we’re glad to help Highland.”
Highland Local Schools currently serve 1,659 students on a campus of three buildings. Highland prides itself on being the center of the community and has a strong relationship and backing of the community. Highland has a tradition of excellence providing strong academic programming while offering varied co-curricular and extracurricular activities for students.