May 15, 2018
Feb 26, 2018 - Mar 09, 2018
The Treasurer of the State of Idaho is the chief financial officer of the government of Idaho. The treasurer is responsible for maintaining state funds and acting as the state's bank. The treasurer collects all monies owed to the state, accounts for and disperses public funds where needed and invests the state's and local government's money. The office is also responsible for administering several programs, such as savings and loans for students and small businesses. The treasurer is the chief financial officer and banker of monies collected by Idaho. The treasurer's duties include "receiving all state monies, redeeming warrants, accounting for the receipt and disbursement of public funds, investing idle state monies, issuing state tax anticipation notes, investing local government and agency monies and acting as custodian for workerĂ˘âŹâ˘s compensation insurance securities on deposit with the state and custodian of the Endowment Public School Income Fund." The treasurer also serves on a number of state boards and commissions, including the Board of Canvassers, the Commemorative Silver Medallion Committee, the Bank Bond Board, the College Savings Program Board and the Idaho Credit Rating Enhancement Committee. The salary for this position is $101,150/year.
Submit application to:
Idaho Secretary of State's Office, 700 W Jefferson, Boise, ID, 83702, US