Deputy Director of Finance

Finance
Full-time
City of Tustin
9/19/2021

Conveniently located in the heart of Orange County, the vibrant City of Tustin (pop. 80,009) is known for offering an outstanding quality of life characterized by low crime, quality neighborhoods, premium parks and recreation facilities, and an abundance of entertainment and cultural amenities. The Finance Department is organized across two functional areas:  Financial Services and Administrative Services. Each is managed by a Deputy Director. The Financial Services Deputy will oversee a team of five full-time employees and two part-time interns.

The Director of Finance is seeking a proactive and collaborative problem solver who exercises good judgment and demonstrates impressive technical strength in governmental finance and accounting. Outstanding communication and interpersonal skills will also be expected. Familiarity with contemporary best practices and efficient business processes will be considered favorably. Ideal candidates will offer five years of recent experience in governmental accounting, including at least two years of supervisory experience and a Bachelor’s degree.

Salary range $124,446 - $159,556; placement within the range DOQE. Salary is supplemented by an attractive benefits package. This recruitment will close on Sunday, September 19, 2021. Visit www.tbcrecruiting.com for detailed brochure and to apply online.

Tina White ●  619.948.1786
TERI BLACK & COMPANY
 

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