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Job Opening: Treasurer
Department: Treasurer Department
Posting Date: March 11, 2021
Weekly Hours: 35.0
Shift: 8:30 am to 4:30pm, extended hours as needed


The Treasurer leads the Treasury Office and works directly with the Chief Financial Officer and Controller. The Treasurer is responsible for high quality administrative and professional work in the coordination of financial operations and serves as a strategic advisor to County administration. This individual sees the big picture and has the technical competency to identify and solve problems.

Essential Duties

Under the general oversight of County Council and the Executive Director, the Treasurer will:

Accumulate and analyze cash flow information, evaluate investment data, make recommendations and act effectively on information

Effectively manage the County’s banking system, property tax billing, collection and distribution process as well as applicable Treasurer’s Office software programs

Provide the best rate of return on county funds and maintain relationships with financial institutions

Oversee the Self Tax, Delinquent Tax departments and Board of Property Assessment

Review daily banking transactions as well as the Daily Treasurer’s Report

Provide leadership, direction and administration of the department including approving payroll and authorizing purchases

Participate in the hardship hearings for property owners who have delinquent property taxes

Oversee the Upset and Judicial Tax Sales

Serve as a member of the Pension Board

Be available for the general public and County departments for inquiries regarding taxes, delinquent taxes and assessment

Review and approve regular state reports

Administer annual department budget

Work closely with the Executive Director, CFO, Controller and other departmental managers to assure sound financial management

Ensures that all financial reporting and forecasting is easily and readily accessible to the public

Performs all other duties, tasks and special projects as assigned


Bachelor's degree in accounting, business, finance or related field

Masters in Business Administration or Public Administration preferred

Five or more years of progressive experience with government accounting

Ability to prepare complex financial reports, analyses and recommendations.

Exhibits strong ethical values and a high level of integrity

SAP experience preferred

Ability to work strategically and collaboratively across departments

Excellent leadership and teambuilding skills

Ability to manage multiple, complex priorities at once

Ability to adhere to County financial policies and County code

Hands-on commitment to getting the job done

Residence Requirement: The County of Delaware has a residency requirement for employees. Anyone applying for this job must reside in Delaware County or be willing to move to the County within six months of starting employment.


Please email resume and/or application to County of Delaware Personnel Department at

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