Seminole County Board of County Commissioners is currently accepting applications for Chief Financial Officer/Resource Management Director.
Salary: $85,300.80 - $140,000.00 Annually
Seminole County, Florida's Natural Choice, is located in Central Florida and maintains one of the regions highest standards of living. The impeccable reputation of Seminole County public schools, which year after year ranks among the top academically high-performing districts in the State, along with businesses such as Deloitte, AAA, Verizon, Mitsubishi, Sanford International Airport and JP Morgan Chase have led to explosive growth in Seminole County.
With the help of our dedicated employees, Seminole County Government provides high quality, customer focused services to residents and visitors alike. More information is available in the latest Seminole County Annual Report.
The Chief Financial Officer/Resource Management Director is responsible for performing executive management level work in financial and administrative services. Seminole County Fiscal Year 2017/2018 included an all fund annual budget of $755 million. This position reports directly to the County Manager.
Performs high-level professional and financial management work directing the activities for the Department of Resource Management. The Director of Resource Management/Chief Financial Officer reports to the County Manager and serves on the Executive Management Team. The incumbent will provide leadership and strategic direction to management and policy makers on the County's fiscal affairs, which includes annual budget development.
As the County's Director of Resource Management and Chief Financial Officer, the employee in this position will administer, manage, and direct the following Divisions and Programs: Budget Division; Grants and Debt Management; Purchasing and Contracts Division; Risk Management Division; Mail and Print Center.
Interested candidates must apply via:
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