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The County of Santa Cruz is seeking a dynamic leader to serve as the Assistant County Administrative Officer (Assistant CAO). The Assistant CAO assists the County Administrative Officer with coordinating various County activities and is responsible for analyzing and making recommendations for the solution of complex problems involving planning, organizing and directing the organizational fiscal, legislative, and/or strategic planning activities of the County. This may include organizational and managerial analysis of County departments, evaluating fiscal and budgetary procedures and policies, and coordinating the fiscal activities of all County departments to assure maximum effectiveness of County resources. The Assistant CAO is an at-will position which serves at the pleasure of the County Administrative Officer and is not subject to civil service rules.
This position requires possession of a bachelor’s degree or higher in business, public administration or a related field and four years of experience in administrative or budget analysis in a governmental agency. One year of graduate study in business or public administration may be substituted for one year of experience.
The ideal candidate will possess the following:
For more information and to apply online go to https://www.jobaps.com/SCRUZ/sup/bulpreview.asp?R1=17&R2=UT7&R3=01
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