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While appointed by and answerable to the County Council, the Inspector General is responsible
for cultivating the relationships and mutual trust required to work effectively with all County
leadership, departments, agencies, and constituencies. Specifically, the Inspector General
provides both the Montgomery County Council and the Montgomery County Executive with the
products required – in terms of independent audit, investigative, and inspection reports – to
increase legal, fiscal, and ethical accountability, to prevent and detect fraud, waste, and abuse,
and to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of County programs and operations. The
Inspector General also coordinates and cooperates with those County entities similarly chartered,
including the legislative branch’s Office of Legislative Oversight and the Executive branch’s
internal audit function.
Executive Assistant II (Internal Auditor) –
Performs advanced and highly responsible professional work in governmental auditing and
program analysis. Plans, controls, directs and implements comprehensive audits designed to
evaluate internal controls, add value, improve operations and minimize risks throughout Howard
County Government and affiliated agencies, on behalf of the County Executive. The Internal
Auditor reviews programs, operations, and conducts special projects in accordance with
generally accepted auditing standards and all legal statutory requirements. The Internal Auditor
helps safeguard assets by minimizing risk and ensuring that the mission, objectives, and key
goals of the County are carried out. The Internal Auditor conducts systematic, periodic
examinations of the accounts and records of Howard County Government and affiliated
agencies to provide assurance that appropriate policies and procedures are in place and
functioning as intended.
CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
The Chief Financial Officer has broad responsibility to serve on the CEO’s cabinet and spearhead City Schools’ financial strategy to support effective budget planning, maximize available funds, and ensure equitable distribution of resources to support student success. The CFO is a strategic thought partner and advisor to district and school leaders, and is responsible for the administration and oversight of all financial activities including budget, accounting, payroll, grants administration, third party billing, and treasury. The CFO also oversees the district’s Food & Nutrition Services program, through which 100% of City Schools’ students receive free meals. The CFO sets goals and objectives that directs the management of fiscal resources in an excess of $1.3 billion.
Accounting Manager (Grade 34, 10754)
The Finance Department of the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (the Commission) is seeking an Accounting Manager. This full time, career position reports directly to the Secretary-Treasurer and manages the Accounting Division which includes Accounts Payable, General Accounting and Treasury Operations.
Montgomery County Public Schools
Assistant Controller, 1.0 FTE
Under direction, develops and monitors a broad range of financial data, reports, schedules and overall general accounting
controls. Work of the class consists of planning, directing, and coordinating the accounting procedures and documentation
necessary to ensure legal compliance with state, federal, and local laws as well as compliance with generally accepted
accounting principles. In collaboration with staff, prepares a variety of financial and budget reports. Ensures proper reporting
to the Board of Education, staff; citizens, external auditors and other stakeholders. Provides advanced professional guidance
and leadership to schools and offices for the use of MCPS business systems analysis of accounting data and effectiveness
of other business processes.
The City of Annapolis
Finance Office Manager
The City of Annapolis is seeking qualified applicants to fill a vacancy for Finance Office Manager in the Finance Department to perform advanced level professional administrative work in areas such as budgeting, procurement, personnel, records management, contract administration, office automation and general office management including supervision of accounts payable staff members. Please access our website at www.annapolis.gov and click on the JOBS link or call (410)263-7998 for more information or to apply. EOE
The City of Annapolis
Risk Management Administrator
The City of Annapolis is seeking qualified applicants to fill a vacancy for Risk Management Administrator in the Finance Department to lead the City in the administration of general liability and worker’s compensation claims along with a safety and education program to reduce risk and liability to the City of Annapolis. Please access our website at www.annapolis.gov and click on the JOBS link or call (410)263-7998 for more information or to apply. EOE