Our hire will provide support for the County treasurer, supervise department staff, balance and maintain financial schedules and bank accounts for the County under the direction of the treasurer; assume all duties, including signatory, of treasurer as needed.
Essential duties include managing the opening and closing of bank depository accounts; maintaining signatory and transfer powers; implementing cash management systems and train staff; overseeing proper and efficient receipting, posting, depositing, and daily balancing of all monies received by the treasurer; overseeing the sale of all licenses issued by the Treasurer's Office; supervising, training, and evaluating work of assigned personnel; monitoring Treasurer's Office budget and expenditures; researching financial issues; working with the Controller's Office to ensure timely and accurate distributions from payroll and retirement funds; and acting on behalf of treasurer as directed.
Qualified candidates will hold a bachelor's degree in relevant field, or equivalent combination of experience and education; minimum of three years' experience in finance or accounting; knowledge of accounting principles; literacy with Excel, Word, Quickbooks, and ability to learn other software; ability to set schedules and meet deadlines; proficient interpersonal relations and communications skills (both written and verbal); initiative and problem solving; attention to detail and accuracy; computer literacy; basic math skills.
Competitive benefits package starts immediately and includes 90% employer-paid PPO healthcare with prescription and vision components, defined benefit pension plan, optional defined contribution plan, group term life insurance, sick time, and ample time-off provisions. Starting salary is $35,000.16 for a 35-hour workweek.
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County Of Blair