Director of Finance

Application Deadline: 2022-11-25
Job Type: County
Job Description:

Dodge County, WI (Population 89,396) seeks its next Finance Director. Salary is $116,022 to $130,000 DOQ.

Learn more about this exciting opportunity by clicking on the Position Profile link below.

Dodge County Finance Director – Position Profile PDF

To apply:

Email cover letter, résumé, five professional references and salary history as a single PDF to Dave Bretl, Public Administration Associates, LLC at [email protected]

Include Dodge County, WI Finance Director Search in the subject line.

Questions regarding the position should be directed to Mr. Bretl at (414) 350-3328.

Minimum Requirements:

Providing leadership in attracting, retaining and developing an engaged workforce in the delivery of superior services to County residents and businesses.
Directing the work and managing the staff of the finance department, interviewing and selecting new employees. Provide training and instruction. Assigning tasks, reviewing work and preparing performance evaluations.
Recommending employee transfers, promotions, disciplinary action and discharge.
Providing leadership and management will assign staff. Directing staff on difficult projects and interpreting the application of accounting practices, policy and procedure.
Preparing publication of annual budget, notice of public hearing for the annual recommended budget. • Monitoring monthly department expenditures collaboratively with the County Administrator.
Advising the County Administrator County Board preparing budget documents and makes related budget recommendations. Collaborating with the County Administrator, department heads and related staff to review, analyze and clarify budget document submissions and related budget entries on the financial system.
Preparing required budget documents and attends budget hearings. Calculating tax apportionment as delegated by the County Clerk to ensure the tax levy adheres to current levy limit statutes; calculating County tax rates.
In coordination with the County Administrator, maintaining and directing countywide accounting functions including general ledger, accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll and fixed assets; developing cash management and internal control requirements; developing debt management activities including the sale of bonds/notes and recordkeeping.

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