A retired county administrator who took home $390,485 in pension benefits. A former Orange County schools superintendent with a pension of $370,000. An ex-sanitation worker for L.A.
Finance Manager-Water Department
$84,722 - $114,660 Annually
City of Santa Cruz
Recruitment # 18-026
We are looking for an exceptional person interested in leading the fiscal future of and joining the dynamic and proactive Santa Cruz Water department. This unique opportunity will allow you to participate in the live, work, play culture of the City's most innovative operation and be within our vibrant Downtown Santa Cruz district.
As the Finance Manager reporting directly to the Water Director, you will be in one of the City's most respected fiscal positions and be on the career path to an Assistant Finance Director or Finance Director (aka, Chief Financial Officer) role. You will plan, organize and direct the financial activities within the Department, including operating and capital budgeting and budget administration, revenue management, financial forecasting and projections, capital program financing and long-term debt management and financial reporting.
You may also develop your skills by planning, assigning, and reviewing the work of staff within the Water fiscal division and supporting project teams throughout the entire Water operation. In addition, you may be involved in City-wide leadership assignments and community projects.
The City of Santa Cruz offers excellent health benefits and PERS retirement. On top of base salary, the City pays approximately another 40% for health and retirement benefits, completely covering dental, vision, long term disability and 95% of employee’s health care premium!
To apply online, go to www.cityofsantacruz.com and click on Jobs. Apply by 5:00 p.m. Thursday 11/16/17.
City of Santa Cruz Human Resources Department
809 Center Street, Room 6, Santa Cruz, CA 95060
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