The City of Alameda has selected its next chief executive
Salary: $115,312.67 - $147,156.72 Annually
The City of Stockton is seeking an Assistant Chief Financial Officer who is excited to be a key contributor to the Administrative Services Department team. Our ideal candidate provides excellent customer service, thrives in a fast-paced environment, anticipates problems and develops proactive solutions, provides positive leadership through staff development, and fosters teamwork, strong work ethics, and collaboration among staff.
Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer, the Assistant Chief Financial Officer assists with and has direct oversight in formulating departmental policy, goals and objectives, supervising staff, administering the annual budget for the department, and directing the day-to-day operations of assigned areas.
Under direction, assists the Chief Financial Officer with the administration and direction of the City's Department of Administrative Services; performs related work as assigned.
Possession of a Bachelor's degree from an accredited four (4) year college or university with major course work in accounting, business administration, finance, or a closely related field and five (5) years of increasingly responsible professional experience in the financial functions of a division and/or department. Experience in municipal finance, and public agencies or governmental settings is highly preferred. Possession of a certification as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) or a Certified Public Finance Officer (CPFO) and/or an advanced educational degree is highly desirable.
To submit an application, please visit the City's website. Online application, supplemental questions, proof of education, resume and cover letter must be received by the Human Resources Department by November 2, 2018; 5:00 p.m. For requirements and detailed information go to: www.stocktonca.gov/jobs or visit the City of Stockton’s HR Dept., located at 400 E. Main St, 3rd Floor, Stockton, CA 95202. 209-937-8233. EOE
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