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The City of Watsonville invites your interes in the position of Administrative Services Director
Annual Salary up to $155,562, with an excellent benefits package.
Closing deadine: Thursday, April 12, 2017
The top management structure of the Finance Department includes the Administrative Services Director and the Assistant Finance Officer. The Finance Department has a professional and dedicated staff who oversee the implementation of the annual budget, revenue forecasting, accounts payable and receivable, taxes and business license collection, purchasing and payroll. While the current focus is on Finance, the selected candidate may be assigned to oversee other City functions.
The individual selected will join a team of ten department heads who report directly to the City Manager. The Administrative Services Director is an integral part of the City’s leadership team by providing fiscal and administrative advice and direction in support of the City’s objectives. The Finance Department has distinguished itself by receiving the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award and Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting from the Government Finance Officers Association.
The ideal candidate will be a team leader and team player with well developed technical and interpersonal skills who has a proven track record of: Being a fully experienced professional with a broad background in finance/accounting including revenue projection, financial planning, and expenditure control, Effective management and interpersonal skills that have led to positive team building, superior customer service and team performance attitude, Multi-task management assignments, handling several projects with different deadlines concurrently, and Strong oral and written communication skills.
The City of Watsonville is located in the beautiful Pajaro Valley, along scenic Monterey Bay. Midway between the cities of Santa Cruz and Monterey, Watsonville is only 95 miles south of San Francisco and 45 miles from San Jose. The City is noted for its rich diversity and beautiful natural environment. More strawberries and long stem roses are produced in Watsonville than any other region of the country. The City’s economy has been diversifying with the influx of electronics, manufacturing and service firms in addition to the establishment of distribution centers for non-agricultural products. It is an exciting time for Watsonville, as the City leads Santa Cruz County in residential development with a rise in commercial development and several commercial mixed-use developments underway. The City’s close proximity to the ocean and redwoods provides a variety of recreational activities. The high quality of life, temperate climate, beautiful countryside, and strong sense of community make Watsonville an attractive place to live, a fact that is proudly attested to by its approximately 52,477 residents. In addition to traditional municipal services, the City operates an Airport, two Libraries, a Landfill, and a Regional Water System. The City provides its own Fire and Police protection as well as recreational services.
Candidtates are required to complete and submit a signed City of Watsonville job application. Resumes may be attached. Job announcement and application are available on the City's website: www.cityofwatsonville.org
Call 831.768.3025 to request an application; or to speak with Human Resources staff, call 831.768.3020
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