Job Details

Director of Finance/CFO
City of San Marcos, TX
Job Description

The City of San Marcos, Texas offers a tremendous career opportunity for seasoned public sector finance professionals to serve a key leadership role for a fast-growing City in one of the most desirable areas of Texas. The position oversees the full breadth of public sector finance functions for a City with a robust slate of municipal services, including all utilities. The City provides its services through 850 employees in twenty municipal departments and has an all-funds budget of $259 million. The next Director of Finance/CFO will have the opportunity to experience tremendous professional growth alongside the City’s growth. The Finance Department for the City of San Marcos is responsible for the full breadth of financial functions for the City, to include accounting, budget, payroll, utility billing, treasury, and grants. The minimum qualifications for the position of Director of Finance/CFO are a Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting, Public Administration, or related field. A Master’s degree is preferred. Ten years of progressively responsible professional experience in finance, accounting, or a related field, with five years of experience managing financial operations in a local government setting. Designation as a CPA, CGFO, or other relevant certification is desired.

The salary range is up to $160,000 depending on qualifications, in addition to an excellent benefit package. Confidential inquiries are welcomed to Greg Nelson at (916) 630-4900.

Job Details
Salary:
The salary range is up to $160,000
Job Function:
Finance Director
Position Type:
Full Time
City of San Marcos
Location:
630 E Hopkins
San Marcos, TX 78666
United States
Population: 46,685
Form of Government: Council-Manager

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