1. Determine the Role of Your SBO
Download and complete this SBO Task and Function Checklist to understand the scope of duties that you are looking for your school business official to perform. From there, you will have a framework to refer to as you continue on to the next steps in the process.
2. Determine, Title, Qualifications and Salary Range
See typical titles and qualifications of SBOs based on their scope of responsibilities, as well as salary ranges.
3. Create a Job Description
As a starting point you can use to create a job description that fits the role you want your SBO to play, download and customize one of the following sample job descriptions:
Asst. Superintendent for Business
Business Manager/Dir. of Finance
*Note: Any position where a CSBO endorsement is required must also reflect CSBO in the title (i.e. Business Manager/CSBO; Assistant Supt. for Business/CSBO; CFO/CSBO; etc.)
4. Find a Qualified Candidate
Once you have decided the role of your school business official and selected your desired qualifications, you have many options to find the best possible candidate for the position.
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5. Interviewing and Selection
Download and customize this list of Sample Interview Questions to get a starting point to determine what questions you would like to have answered at different stages in the interview and selection process.
6. Commit to Their Professional Growth
Once you have invested in a school business official as a member of your administrative team, continue to invest in their success through their development and training. The School Business Official Roadmap to Success provides a recommended path of professional development.