Nov 05, 2019
Jan 01, 2019 - Sep 06, 2019
The Treasurer of the State of Mississippi is the chief financial officer of the government of Mississippi. The treasurer is responsible for maintaining the state funds by investing and maintaining the state budget. The department's main purpose is to invest state funds, to disburse funds for local bonds and taxes as needed, to ensure records are kept of all money transactions, to distribute unclaimed property as needed and make payments for the state as needed. The treasurer is elected every four years. The duties of the treasurer are detailed in the Mississippi Code and listed on the treasurer's website and are as follows: To invest and account for general, special, clearing and special purpose investment funds, as well as bond proceeds, according to specific legislated authorization and direction; To account for and invest trust funds in the custody of the Treasurer; To account for and disburse funds for scheduled payments on bonded indebtedness; To prepare all reports and maintain all records required by the Federal Tax Reform Act for calculating any required arbitrage rebate; To distribute proportionate tax revenues to counties, cities, and other taxing districts of the State; To monitor the cash position of all Treasury funds to insure that cash balances are invested immediately and sufficient cash balances are on hand to pay obligations as they become due; To provide a cash flow projection for the timing of receipts and disbursements; To identify and recommend to other state agencies the use of cash management techniques which speed collection and increase earnings on investment balances; etc.. The salary for this position is $90,000/year.
Submit application to:
Mississippi Secretary of State , 401 Mississippi Street, Jackson, MS, 39201, US