Wednesday, Dec. 18, 2013 | 3:48 p.m.
The Clark County School District will have a new chief financial officer, pending final approval next month.
Clark County Schools Superintendent Pat Skorkowsky today named Jim McIntosh to the position. The appointment is expected to be confirmed by the School Board in early January.
McIntosh has served as the district’s interim chief financial officer since September, after Jeff Weiler resigned to become the executive director of the Retirement Administration Agency in Fairfax County, Va.
Prior to becoming interim CFO, McIntosh was deputy CFO and accounting director for the Clark County School District. McIntosh has more than a decade of experience with the School District’s finances.
“Jim McIntosh has been an integral part of CCSD’s financial team for more than 14 years and has helped the district through some of the most challenging times in recent memory,” Skorkowsky said in a statement. “He is dedicated to ensuring the district is fiscally responsible and that we focus our resources on the needs and students and teachers in the classroom.”
In his permanent role, McIntosh will oversee the School District’s $2.1 billion general fund budget and be in charge of several financial departments, including budgets, accounting, purchasing, finance, real property management, risk management, the Vegas PBS station, and demographics and zoning.
McIntosh, who will report to Skorkowsky, is expected to receive an annual salary between $104,000 and $140,388.