Morgan Hill Assistant City Manager for Administrative Services Christina Turner is slated to assume the top administrator position by the end of this month. She was selected Sept.
Under the general direction of the Finance Director, plans, organizes, manages, and oversees the activities and operations of the Finance Department, including but not limited, to budget development and implementation, accounting and revenue management; internal and external audits; debt financing activities, investment and bond management, revenue collections, financial reporting, and grants functions. May serve as the Acting Finance Director in the absence of the Director.
Knowledge of: Principles and practices of public agency financial management, including general and governmental accounting, budgeting, auditing, and reporting functions; Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) pronouncements; accounting and financial-related computer software and the applications to assigned functions; advance expertise with Microsoft Excel; principles and practices of leadership, supervision, training and performance evaluation; pertinent federal, state and local laws, regulations and codes; computerized financial system – knowledge of INCODE financial system desirable.
Education: A Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in accounting, business administration, finance or a related field. A Master’s degree in a related field is desirable.
Experience: Three years of supervisory or lead experience over a general accounting function. Experience in a public agency or governmental setting is desirable.
License; Certificates; Special Requirements: A valid class C California driver’s license. Certified Public Accountant or Certified Management Accountant designation desired.
City application and supplemental questionnaire required. Please Visit our website www.spcity.org to apply and for more information.
Deadline: Continuous, first review will be conducted on September 29, 2017.
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