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 TITLE:   Payroll Clerk/Human Resources

 JOB GOAL:  To provide the clerical and financial expertise necessary so that the school district is in compliance with Payroll regulations, IRS regulations and fair labor standards act.  

 TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:   Payroll/Human Resource personnel shall be employed on a contract basis. The salary and terms of the contract shall be mutually agreed upon by the Payroll/Human Resource personnel and the Board of Education.


- High school diploma with experience in accounting and payroll  procedures                                              -Demonstrated typing abilities.                                                                                                                                                          -Ability to be away from home one or more nights to attend training sessions as assigned by the Board or Superintendent


 Shall comply with and perform duties as required by Kansas and federal law.

  • Comply with the IRS regulations and Fair Labor Standards Act.
  • Maintain and keep secure all payroll records.
  • Issue employment information and documents to new employees.
  • Send terminating or retiring employees proper exit forms.
  • Serve as KPERS Designated Agent, cafeteria 125 plan contact, 403(b) plan contact, worker’s compensation contact and health insurance contact person.
  • Keep accurate records and file all quarterly payroll reports.
  • Serve on Teachers Negotiations Committee.
  • Staff Contracts.
  • Teacher Licensure.
  • Complete the Licensed Personnel Report.
  • Be willing to attend meetings and seminars that apply to duties in order to stay abreast of changes in the law, policy, etc.
  • Assist with SO66 Superintendent Report.
  • Perform other related duties as assigned by the Board or Superintendent.


 Assist with clerk of board duties if the Clerk of the Board is unable to attend the board meeting.

  • Assist the Superintendent when requested to do so.
  • Perform other related duties as assigned by the Board or Superintendent.


 Maintains appropriate confidentiality needed to protect the privacy of individuals.

  • Maintain good communications with office personnel.
  • Have the ability to hear sufficiently to use a telephone.
  • Have the ability to use appropriate computer programs.
  • Possess skills suitable for using a variety of office equipment.
  • Able to work well with board members, employees, patrons and other appropriate individuals or groups.
  • Able to respond to information requests in a courteous, timely and helpful manner.
  • Be willing to accept and make/change when necessary.
  • Be a positive representative of U.S.D. #380 and public education.