Director of Administrative Services

City of Marysville, California

The City of Marysville (population 12,800) is a unique and charming city located in Yuba County and part of the Greater Sacramento area. One of California’s historic Gold Rush cities, Marysville is a vibrant center of distinctive shopping, dining, and entertainment. The City is seeking a Director to serve as the principal financial and administrative officer for the Administrative Services Department. With a talented and dedicated staff of two (2), the Director of Administrative Services is a working department head, responsible for and extensively involved in all aspects of accounting and financial reporting, debt management, revenue generation, cost allocation, and budget development and control. The City seeks a highly collaborative candidate with a strong commitment to customer service and a history of applying creative solutions to programmatic and operational issues encountered on the job. The ideal candidate will possess a solid background in all aspects of municipal finance, coupled with a general understanding of all city operations. Any combination of education, training, and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the job is qualifying. A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university is required preferably in Accounting, Finance, Economics, Mathematics, Public or Business Administration, or a related field. Five (5) years of broad and extensive experience is also required including administration and management of a comprehensive finance program of the sort required by municipal governments, including at least four (4) years of project management and supervision of others engaged in such work. Certified Public Accountant is also preferred. The annual salary range for the Director of Administrative Services is $99,348–$115,572, DOQ. Please visit our website at to apply online. Contact Mr. Gary Phillips at (916) 784-9080, should you have questions. Filing Deadline: February 16, 2018


Tuesday, October 9, 2018 - 17:31

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