CLARK — Newly appointed Clark School District School Business Administrator/Board Secretary John Bolil began his first day on the job on Sept. 1.
Bolil graduated from the University of Virginia with a bachelor of arts degree in government. He then received an M.B.A. degree from Vanderbilt University in marketing and a subsequent master of sciences degree in accounting from the University of Virginia. Most recently, he successfully completed coursework at Fairleigh Dickinson University to become a certified financial planner.
At the present time Bolil holds standard certification as a school business administrator/board secretary; certifications as a certified public accountant, qualified purchasing agent, and certified financial planner; as well as licensure in the form of insurance producer and an investment company variable contracts limited representative series 6 license.
Bolil has a rich and varied career in finances, in both the private and school sector. He spent the first ten years after graduation working in the private sector, initially as a senior accountant with Peat Marwick and later in a six year stint as senior financial analyst with the Nextel Communications Inc.
Bolil’s tenure in public schools began with his appointment as school business administrator/board secretary with the Verona Public Schools in Essex County. He held subsequent business administrator/board secretary positions with the Warren County Technical School Board of Education, the Essex Regional Education Services Commission, Englewood Board of Education, and Clinton Township Board of Education.
Most recently, Bolil has been employed as the executive school business administrator for Somerset County. Among his duties in this county-wide position included assisting the executive county superintendent with the non-operating district report, health insurance fund study, and countywide routing of special education transportation initiative. In addition, Bolil reviewed the annual budgets of each county school district; handled facility change requests as well as requests for transfers; and subsequently recommend approval or denial
In the picture above, new School Business Administrator John Bolil is welcomed to District on his first day on the job by Director of Curriculum and Instruction Vince Caputo and Superintendent Kenneth Knops. Photo courtesy of Clark Public Schools
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