Nov 08, 2016
Apr 01, 2016 - Aug 01, 2016
The Treasurer of the State of Missouri is the chief financial officer of the government of Missouri. The treasurer is responsible for maintaining the state funds by investing and maintaining the state budget. The department is divided into separate divisions, unclaimed property, savings programs and investments. The treasurer's office gives state money to local governments and invests state moneys as needed. The treasurer is elected every four years. Article IV, Section 15 of the state Constitution outlines the following duties of the treasurer: Custodian of all state and federal funds; "Deposit all moneys in the state treasury in banking institutions selected by him and approved by the governor and state auditor, and he shall hold them for the benefit of the respective funds to which they belong and disburse them as provided by law;" Determine by the exercise of his best judgment the amount of moneys in his custody that are not needed for current expenses and shall place all such moneys on time deposit, bearing interest, in banking institutions in this state;" Enter into repurchase agreements; Invest in banker's acceptances; and "Prepare, maintain and adhere to a written investment policy." The salary for this position is $107,746/year.
Submit application to:
Missouri Secretary of State, 600 West Main Street, Jefferson City, MO, 65101, US