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Chief Deputy Treasurer, Clinton County

Published Jun 17, 2024

All candidates must submit an electronic Clinton County Application for Employment accompanied by a resume, cover letter and references.

 Only qualified candidates who are selected for an interview will be contacted.



SALARY: $55,910-$67,080; Competitive Benefit Package



Position Summary:

Under the supervision of the County Treasurer, assists with the administration of the Treasurer’s office by assigning tasks to staff engaged in providing counter service, collecting and receipting funds and performing various account processing functions. Acts as the County Treasurer in the official’s absence.

Essential Job Functions:

· Represents the County Treasurer on matters of well-defined policy in that official’s absence.

· Oversees and participates in the receipt, disbursement, and custody of funds, account maintenance, and general clerical support activities. Coordinates the work activities of other office personnel.

· Explains tax collection process to the public and clarifies procedures to other county officials as needed. Replies to tax confirmation letters from local units of government.

· Verifies and posts to accounts, makes certifications, and provides counter and telephone assistance on complex or unusual transactions.

· Operates the financial software system. Assists other employees with computer programs by setting up worksheets for a variety of uses and resolving computer-related problems.

Required Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Minimum Qualifications:

· Associate Degree in Accounting, or related field and three years of progressively more responsible experience in treasury and accounting.

· Thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of governmental accounting, financial controls, and generally accepted accounting principles.

· Considerable knowledge of governmental accounting procedures and guidelines, researching financial discrepancies, analyzing and developing financial procedures, preparing financial reports and documents, analyzing financial information, maintaining accurate and detailed records, and applying applicable local, state, and federal laws, rules and regulations.

· Considerable knowledge of applicable local, state, and federal laws, rules, and regulations as they relate to property taxes for property owners and the county.