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Interdepartmental Fiscal Officer for Health and Human Services, Loyalton, CA


Organization: Sierra County
Category: Finance
Location: Loyalton, CA
Date Job Posted: August 24, 2021
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Interdepartmental Fiscal Officer for Health and Human Services

Under minimal direction of the Directors of Behavioral Health, Public Health and Social Services, to be responsible for the development, maintenance, tracking, and reporting for multiple county departments' funding streams. Prepares multiple programmatic and departmental budgets; supervises, coordinates and directs the work of technical support staff responsible for a variety of the most difficult and complex statistical and general accounting record- keeping: payroll, account receivables, tax preparation, audits, cost reports, and related accounting functions for multiple county departments; responsible for assigned staff scheduling, coordination, supervision and evaluation as related to the fiscal reporting and monitoring requirements of local, state and federal funding streams; performs related work as assigned.

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS

This class has primary responsibility for the development and maintenance of fiscal records and information of a county department with complex diversified budget units. This class is specialized in that in addition to day-to-day accounting responsibilities, the incumbent is responsible for program and departmental budget analysis, planning and projection, through close collaboration with program staff, and Directors. Responsibilities also include supervising, overseeing and performing a variety of administrative and office management functions. Incumbents report directly to Directors/Department Heads. Successful performance of responsibilities requires detailed and specialized knowledge and understanding of the operations and policies of the Health and Human Services programs, grants and contracts, including the numerous fiscal, administrative, and reporting rules and requirements associated with their local, state and federal funding sources.

Qualifications

The successful candidate would possess a combination of related education and experience in accounting/auditing/management. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be graduation from an accredited four (4) year college or university and 2 years progressive related work experience or an equivalent combination of experience and education.

Special Requirements

Possession of a valid driver's license at the time of application and maintained throughout employment is a requirement for hiring.

Miscellaneous Information

Please mail a completed Sierra County Employment Application and Resume to: Sierra County Human Resources P.O.BOX 513 Downieville, CA 95936 Or submit via email to: jbehlke@sierracounty.ca.gov


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