This is a full supervisory and management class for providing day-to-day direction, supervision, and oversight of the functions of the County Treasurer-Tax Collector’s Office.
Duties: Assist the Treasurer-Tax Collector with planning, organizing, directing and managing functions and operations of the County Treasurer-Tax Collector’s office; to provide supervision and training for the staff in the County Treasurer-Tax Collector’s Office; to oversee billing, collecting, and reporting functions, ensuring proper internal controls; to assist with investment and cash management of County funds; to provide general assistance and answer questions regarding Treasurer-Tax collector functions, policies and procedures, and to do related work as required.
· Operations, policies, procedures, and legal requirements of the County Treasurer-Tax Collector Office.
· The California Revenue and Taxation Code as applied to local tax collection and reporting requirements.
· General accounting theory, principles, and practices and their application to a variety of accounting transactions and problems.
· Laws, rules, regulations, and policies affecting the financial operations and investments of the County.
· Cash management principles and methods.
· Principles of account classification.
· Budget development and control.
· Computerized financial management systems.
· Principles of supervision, training, work evaluation, and management.
· Assist with planning, directing, coordinating, and managing the functions of the County Treasurer-Tax Collector Office.
· Perform complex accounting, investing, auditing, and cash management work.
· Provide supervision, training, and work evaluation for assigned staff.
· Monitor and update fiscal records.
· Interpret, explain, and apply a variety of County-Treasurer-Tax Collector policies, rules, procedures, and regulations.
· Develop objective analyses and recommendations for use by the County Treasurer-Tax Collector.
· Oversee the preparation and prepare a variety of financial, investment, and cash management reports and statements.
· Gather, organize, analyze, and present a variety of information.
· Make mathematical calculations quickly and accurately.
· Assist with the development and utilization of a computerized financial management system.
· Effectively represent the County Treasurer-Tax Collector with County management and staff, boards and commissions, the public, and representatives of other government agencies.
· Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships.
Applicant must meet at least one of the following criteria:
· The person has served in a senior financial management position in a county, city, or other public agency dealing with similar financial responsibilities for a continuous period of not less than three years, including, but not limited to, treasurer-tax collector, auditor, auditor-controller, or the chief deputy or as an assistant in those offices.
· The person possesses a valid baccalaureate, masters, or doctoral degree from an accredited college or university in any of the following major fields of study; business administration, public administration, economics, finance, accounting, or a related field, with a minimum of sixteen college semester units, or their equivalent, in accounting, auditing, or finance.
· The person possesses a valid certificate issued by the California State Board of Accounting pursuant to Chapter I (commencing with Section 5000) of Division 3 of the Business and Professions Code, showing that person to be, and a permit authorizing the person to practice as a certified public accountant.
· The person possesses a valid charter issued by the Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts showing the person to be designated a chartered financial analyst, with a minimum of sixteen college semester units, or their equivalent, in accounting, auditing, or finance.
· The person possesses a valid certificate issued by the Treasury Management Association showing the person to be designated a certified cash manager, with a minimum of sixteen college semester units, or their equivalent, in accounting, auditing, or finance.
– Possess a valid California Class C driver’s license.
– Ability to communicate policies and information in a clear and concise fashion
To Apply: Submit a completed Modoc County job application and resume with references to Modoc County Treasurer-Tax Collector, 204 S Court St, Room 101, Alturas, CA 96101 by mail or firstname.lastname@example.org by email or (530) 233-4808 by fax. Applications can be obtained at Modoc County Treasurer-Tax Collector’s office or from the Modoc County website: https://www.co.modoc.ca.us/departments/employment_opportunities.php
For more information, contact: Cheryl Knoch, Modoc County Treasurer-Tax Collector (email@example.com) or 530-233-6223