Job Details

Finance Director
City of Pecos, TX
Job Description

WANTED SUPERSTAR FINANCE DIRECTOR FOR WEST TEXAS!

Do you have public finance experience? Do you want to make a real impact and build a career?
Then we are looking for you. The Town of Pecos City has an amazing opportunity for the right individual.
We are looking for a Finance Director who wants to be a real leader and help shape this growing city.
Do you want to work in a place that Forbes named number two on its list of fastest growing small towns in America?

Then we want to talk to you!

What We Are Looking For
A leader with limited direction, performs a variety of complex supervisory, professional, and technical accounting and finance functions in maintaining the fiscal records and systems of the City.
This position is responsible for developing and monitoring the City’s operating and capital budgets under the direction of the City Manager and in partnership with departmental directors. The position is also responsible for the oversight of all financial operations, including accounts payable, payroll, accounts receivable, cash and investment management, financial reporting, and asset inventory.

Required Qualifications
Five (5) years or more years of progressively responsible related accounting experience in a position in a city or county of comparable size, scope and complexity to the Town of Pecos City.
B) Or any equivalent combination of education, experience, and training that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.

Preferred Qualifications
Certified Public Account (CPA) or Certified Pubic Finance Officer (CPFO)

Special Requirements
Must hold and maintain a valid Texas State Driver’s license or obtain one within six months of hire.
Must be bondable.

Job Details
Salary:
$80,000 - $100,000
Job Function:
Finance Director
Position Type:
Full Time
City of Pecos
Location:
PO Box 929
Pecos, TX 79772-0929
United States
Population: 8,760
Form of Government: Council-Manager

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