Washington County Oregon is searching for its next Deputy Chief Financial Officer to lead the County’s Finance Division. If you are an innovative leader who believes in public service to the community, transparency in public financial management, and loves working with a diverse and talented team to continue improving processes, please consider joining our team! APPLY TODAY!
Washington County’s Finance Division manages the accounting system and financial records of the County as a whole, as well as reports on the County’s financial conditions and provides financial services to operating departments. The Deputy CFO will be responsible for four branches of services within the Finance Division: Financial Reporting, Finance Operations, Purchasing, Mail and Print Services. Members of our outstanding team embody the Division’s mission to provide timely, accurate, relevant, and accessible information, services, guidance, and training to our customers in all our lines of business.
The Deputy CFO organizes, manages, and reports all financial activities within Washington County and its component units; including financial activities such as financial reporting, accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, transient lodging tax collections, debt services, procurement, mail delivery, and printing services.
Education and Experience:
A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:
- A Bachelor’s degree in public, business, or finance administration, or closely related field, including training in accounting, public sector budgeting, payroll administration, investments, and/or finance administration; AND
- Six (6) years of work experience in related fields which includes at least two (2) years of work experience in a supervisory or lead role.
ADDITIONAL LICENSES, CERTIFICATES, PHYSICAL ABILITIES, AND SPECIALTY REQUIREMENTS:
- A comprehensive background check which includes a credit history report.
- Must have the ability to arrange for timely transportation in order to attend required appointments and meetings at off-site locations.
- License as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) is preferred but not required.