Open MAC Positions: Fiscal Officer and Systems Manager

As MAC begins a new era under the leadership of Executive Director Sarah Story, the agency is looking for new team members to join the agency’s administrative staff. We are looking for business-minded and arts-inspired individuals to fill the roles of fiscal officer and systems administrator positions.

“As we move forward, we need team members to help us function efficiently as an agency and provide critical support,” said Sarah Story, MAC executive director. “We want capable and talented people in these roles to join our team of dedicated and lively professionals.”

What does the Fiscal Officer do?

The fiscal officer oversees the management of the agency budget, including working with the executive team to develop it and provide reporting throughout the year. The position is also responsible for the agency’s payroll, processing payments, and travel requests and reimbursements. The fiscal officer’s work touches all areas of the agency, requiring an individual with strong team skills, in addition to knowledge of fiscal procedures.

What does the Systems Manager do?

The systems manager is the primary administrator for the state’s online grant system. This work includes entering data on grants, creating reports and working with the company who supplies the system to make fixes or updates to MAC’s grant programs. The systems manager also manages the agency’s IT needs, working with the state IT agency and external vendors to make sure MAC’s computer systems are functioning properly.

Is there room for creativity in these positions?

Yes, the Fiscal Officer and Systems Manager may take part in special agency projects and perform tasks that may benefit from creative thinking.

No creative accounting or data management, though please.

What are the benefits?

Both positions are full-time, permanent positions with the agency. Employee benefits include health insurance, participation in the state employee retirement system, paid state holidays and personal and medical leave. MAC also offers optional benefits (paid for by the employee through payroll deduction) including dental and optical plans and optional retirement savings through the Mississippi Deferred Compensation plan.

How do you apply?

The full job announcements for both of the positions are available on the Work for MAC page on the agency’s website. The announcements include detailed descriptions of the job duties of each position, as well as the work experience and education requirements for applicants.

In addition to submitting a resume, applicants are also required to apply through the State Personnel Board’s Job Seekers website. MAC is not allowed to interview applicants who haven’t submitted an application through the Personnel Board’s site.