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Montgomery County Government

Manager III (Fiscal Compliance Manager), Grade M3

Montgomery County Department of Finance is seeking an energetic and results-oriented professional (Manager III) with proven financial management and financial reporting experience, and exceptional communication and organizational skills, to join our collaborative and committed senior management team. The successful candidate will possess the skillset to work diplomatically with others both internally and externally, demonstrating a high level of emotional intelligence evidenced by skills such as teamwork, problem-solving, adaptability, time management, critical thinking, and positive professional relationships across the enterprise.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Experience: Five (5) years of progressively responsible professional experience in a financial accounting, auditing, or business administration field.
Education: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s degree.
Equivalency: An equivalent combination of education and experience may be substituted.

How To Apply
To submit an application click here to apply online, IRC61426.
Please provide three (3) current professional references on resume.
Please complete ALL sections and provide applicable details to ensure full consideration.

Appropriate accommodations for individuals with disabilities are available upon request

Job Closes: 1/25/2024

Montgomery County Government

The Position

The Department of Finance Division of Treasury, is seeking to hire a Fiscal Assistant. The primary purpose of this position is to provide front-line assistance and general accounting support to Montgomery County departments and agencies and the public.
Responsibilities for the position consists of a variety of office and administrative processes and methods, including working at an intermediate or higher level of proficiency with computer applications like Microsoft Office 365, Oracle, MUNIS, and Siebel. The successful candidate will be cross trained to support other functions within the Division of Treasury including, but not limited to, cashiering, excise, and transfer/recordation areas. Duties include tax information and payment processing, preparing, and reconciling daily transfer/recordation batch work, assisting with electronic transfer processes and cashier processing of property tax bills, processing photo citation and parking fines, processing cash transactions, making daily deposits and reconciling daily receipts.

Requirements

The requirements listed below are representative of the education, knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

Experience: Four (4) years of progressively responsible, fiscally related clerical experience (e.g., posting journal entries, processing fiscal actions using automated systems) including demonstrated proficiency with integrated word processing and spreadsheet functions.
Education: Completion of an Associate of Arts degree with a major in accounting or completion of 12 acceptable college credit hours in accounting.
Equivalency: An equivalent combination of education and experience may be substituted.

How To Apply
To submit an application click here to apply online, IRC61432.
Please provide three (3) current professional references on resume.
Please complete ALL sections and provide applicable details to ensure full consideration.

Appropriate accommodations for individuals with disabilities are available upon request

Job Closes: 1/25/2024

City of Cambridge

Finance Director (Full-Time, Hybrid Remote)

The full service City of Cambridge, Maryland seeks qualified applicants for the position of Finance Director. The Cambridge Finance Director is charged with planning, coordinating, and directing the collection, custody and disbursement of taxes, utility fees and other public funds and the proper recording of all financial transactions. The position is appointed by and serves at the pleasure of the City Manager with the concurrence of The Commissioners of Cambridge. The position reports to the City Manager.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Experience: Five (5) years in local government required
Education: Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration or Accounting; MBA or CPA preferred

How To Apply
To learn more information about the position, click here.

Resumes/letters and professional references should be sent via email by 5pm EST on February 19, 2024 | Apply

Job Closes: February 19, 2024

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MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
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How To Apply

Job Closes: Open until filled

Prince Georges County, MD

Chief Financial Officer (Full-Time, Hybrid Remote)

The Revenue Authority of Prince George’s County is looking for an enthusiastic individual to fill this senior level management opportunity.

This is a senior level professional position responsible for directing and executing the fiscal functions of the agency. The position involves a high degree of independent judgment, action and initiative when expediting complex accounting assignments and projects.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Experience: Ten (10) years of professional managerial and accounting experience; CPA preferred
Education: Bachelor's of Science in Accounting

How To Apply
To request an application for the position, click here.

Job Closes: Open until filled

Prince Georges County, MD

Financial Controller (Full-Time, Hybrid Remote)

The Revenue Authority of Prince George’s County is looking for an enthusiastic individual to fill this senior level management opportunity.

This is senior level professional and administrative accounting and financial analysis work. Responsible for performing complex accounting activities in a variety of functional areas. Work involves a considerable degree of latitude for independent judgment, action and initiative when expediting complex accounting assignments and projects. Employee provides technical guidance and training to subordinate level positions

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Experience: Five (5) years of progressive accounting experience
Education: Bachelor's of Science in Accounting

How To Apply
To request an application for the position, click here.

Job Closes: Open until filled

Harford County Office

Audit Advisory Board, Vacancies

Harford County is seeking volunteers to serve on the Audit Advisory Board. The Advisory Board serves as an objective body to assist the County Council in fulfilling its oversight of the Office of the County Auditor. A core function of the Board is to validate the County Auditor’s risk assessment, strategy, and audit plan and seek assurance that corrective action is taken when necessary. This ‘third set of eyes’ can assist with ensuring audit reports are understandable to the County Council, County Executive, management officials and the public. The Audit Advisory Board also ensures that internal audit recommendations are taken seriously, and remediation is monitored to ensure effectiveness of local government operations.

County Auditor’s office for Harford County is looking to fill three vacancies on the County’s Audit Advisory Board. Applicants should have audit, accounting, finance or related management experience and must be a resident of Harford County

Auditor Duties

Activities of the office serve to:

  • Enhance the ability of County Council Members to fulfill their legal responsibilities.
  • Add to the credibility and objectivity of financial reports.
  • Monitor existing policies and recommend new policies to prohibit unethical, questionable or illegal activities.
  • Promote the need for public accountability of County Officers to the County Council, citizens and other interested parties.
  • Support measures to improve management performance and internal controls.

Maryland Department of Transportation

The Position

The Maryland Department of Transportation is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Debt Analyst (Administrator I). The Debt Analyst is a member of MDOT’s Office of Finance, Debt Management Department with responsibility for assisting with the MDOT’s debt program, including preparing debt service invoices; assisting with the issuance and closing process of new Bonds, disclosure, and compliance requirements of all Bonds; and monthly reconciliation of accounts. This position is critical in ensuring compliance with government rules and regulations as they pertain to tax-exempt bonds, maintaining required bond records, and assisting in the sale of MDO-issued Bonds.

Requirements

The requirements listed below are representative of the education, knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

Experience: Four years of experience in administrative staff or professional work. *Two (2) years of this experience must have involved financial management, including reviewing, verifying, and accurately recording financial transactions and information.

Education: Graduation from a standard high school or possession of a high school equivalency certificate.

Equivalency: An equivalent combination of education and experience may be substituted.

How To Apply
To submit an application click here to apply online.

You must complete a MDOT employment application (DTS-1) online to be considered for this recruitment. RESUMES CANNOT BE SUBSTITUTED FOR THE MDOT EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION. No paper applications will be accepted.

Job Closes: Until Filled

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