Title: Director of Finance
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The ideal candidate is a results-oriented self-starter with extensive
public sector financial expertise and management experience. The
Finance Director will serve as the Chief Financial Officer and oversee
accounting, procurement, public improvement finance, revenue
services as well as budget and strategic financial planning. Technical
knowledge of and experience with municipal finance in California is
a must. The successful candidate must also demonstrate the ability
to establish and maintain collaborative relationships with a range
of individuals, as well as lead and motivate team members. This
position requires an articulate and effective communicator able to
communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
The idea candidate will possess the knowledge of:
Organizational and management practices as applied to the analysis
and evaluation of programs, policies and operational needs.
Modern and complex principles and practices of program
development and administration.
Manual and automated financial management information systems.
Advanced principles and practices of municipal budget preparation
Principles and practices of supervision, training and performance
Pertinent Federal, State and local laws, codes and regulations.
The ideal candidate will possess the ability to:
Work effectively under high pressure conditions providing
effective citywide leadership on matters within assigned areas of
Prepare and administer large and complex budgets; allocating
limited resources in a cost-effective manner.
Identify and respond to community, City Council and management
team issues, concerns and needs.
Develop, implement and administer goals, objectives and
procedures for providing effective and efficient finance services.
Plan, organize, direct and coordinate the work of management,
supervisory, professional and technical personnel; delegate authority
SALARY RANGE – $142,629.02 to $213,943.53 / annually
CalPERS RETIREMENT – 2% @ 55 plan for qualified “classic”
employees as defined by CalPERS; new members to PERS
participate in a formula of 2% @ 62
MONEY PURCHASE PLAN – 401(a) money purchase plan
457 DEFERRED COMPENSATION PLAN
FLEXIBLE SPENDING ACCOUNT
HOLIDAYS – 13 paid holidays annually plus floating holiday time
(16 hours annually)
SICK LEAVE – 12 days annually
VACATION LEAVE – Minimum of 10 days per year, based on years
MANAGEMENT LEAVE – 80 hours annually
HEALTH INSURANCE – Monthly City contribution towards health
LIFE INSURANCE – $50,000 basic life insurance
AUTO ALLOWANCE – $500 per month
TECHNOLOGY ALLOWANCE – $100 per month
EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
WORKERS’ COMPENSATION – Covered by City’s self-insured
SOCIAL SECURITY AND MEDICARE – City and employee
To apply, please fill out an employment application form and email email@example.com with a filled out and signed application.
Visit cityofsacramento.org/hr/employment for the full job listing
including minimum qualifications, or call 916-808-5726 for
Applications due by August 1st, 2018