CHIEF DEPUTY AUDITOR-CONTROLLER

Full-time
VENTURA COUNTY

Chief Deputy Auditor-Controller

County of Ventura, California

Salary: $101,661.96 - $142,340.70 annually, plus benefits

Ventura County is a coastal community in Southern California which according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture Economic Research Service is "the absolute most desirable place to live in America."

The most qualified candidate will not only meet the minimum requirements but will also possess extensive and complex financial management experience, typically five (5) or more years, from a large financial organization with proven ability to monitor legislative and regulatory changes, strategic changes to improve and streamline processing, and internal controls; broad knowledge of government accounting standards and practices; comprehensive knowledge, typically three (3) or more years, of various required financial reporting requirements; general knowledge of various government codes, labor laws and general tax rules, particularly as it relates to reporting, withholding, calculation and payment to employees and vendors with Federal FLSA and California labor requirements being desirable; and extensive large systems and project management experience is desirable.

First review of resumes and supplemental answers will be on 2/24/2017.

For further information about this recruitment and to apply online, submit an on-line application with answers to the supplemental questionnaire (posted in the announcement) at www.ventura.org/jobs and attach your current resume.

For questions regarding this recruitment, please contact Jessica Ruiz by e-mail at Jessica.Ruiz@ventura.org or by telephone at (805) 654-2629.

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