MTSA is currently hiring for the following position(s):


Assistant, Vice President for Finance & Administration
Job Summary:
Supports the Vice President for Finance in managing the business of the School including functions of general ledger, accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, student finance, office services, and human resources

Reports to the Vice President for Finance & Administration

Bachelor’s Degree preferred
Two (2) years of experience serving as a bookkeeper, or equivalent preferred
Knowledge of and experience in the areas of accounting, data entry into QuickBooks or equivalent
Good interpersonal skills relating to staff, students, faculty, vendors and the public

Assist with Business Office and accounting functions as assigned by the VP for Finance
Oversee collection of tuition for all school programs
Maintain student accounts within CAMS
Reviews accounts payable and enter for payment
Process accounts payable checks in coordination with VP of Finance
Prepares operations deposit detail report for G/L entry
Prepares deposit detail report for Alumni Assistant
Collect and organize monthly credit card statements
Manages bi-weekly employees’ time cards and prepares for payroll processing
Manages collection of salaried employees PTO summaries
Performs Financial Aid loan fund verification and authorizations for banking transfers
Assist the Coordinator of Plant Operations with the maintenance of campus buildings and grounds
Assist the Coordinator of Plant Operations with vendor contact and purchasing of all office, kitchen, etc supplies
Assists with special School projects and events as assigned by VP for Finance

Committee Involvement:
Finance Committee, Recording Secretary
Audit Committee, Recording Secretary
MTSA Staff Committee member

Terms of Employment:
Full time employment by MTSA

Sam Minten, Vice president, Finance & Administration


Jon Ronning, Assistant, Vice President for Finance & Administration



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