City of Cocoa - Finance Director
This position is an executive level position that provides highly responsible management support to the City Manager, responsible for the direction, planning and management of all financial operations of the City of Cocoa and advises and makes recommendations to the City Manager on all fiscal policy matters to maintain and enhance the financial health of the City. This position will oversee four divisions: the Finance Administration Division (accounting, financial reporting, payroll, contract and debt management, treasury, budget, capital improvement programs, audit, financial reporting and special projects) Purchasing Division, Utility Accounting Division (customer service and billing for the water/sewer utility system) and the Field Service Division (field customer service and meter reading for the water/sewer utility system). Moreover, the incumbent should possess strong leadership skills, be an excellent communicator, and have the ability to effectively manage employees and multiple projects across several departmental functions.
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City of Boynton Beach
From recruiter Management Partners: Boynton Beach is seeking a Director of Financial Services. The City is in the midst of a positive transition, having recently crafted a comprehensive strategic plan as well as a plan for a completely new town center including relocation of city hall. They are also really looking for “right fit” and would love to get an emerging leader to grow with the organization in that they are starting to experience retirements of some of their key department directors—many of whom have spent a good portion of their careers there. On the other hand, they are very happy to get a seasoned or mid-career professional to grow staff and build a succession plan. The person taking this position will need to have broad experience, yet will be able to rely upon and grow staff. The management team is great and the political environment isn’t contentious. It will be a great position for the right person.
They have actually posted this position twice in the past couple of years and had planned to hire within—something they always try to do and have been very successful with: the past CFO is now ACM in fact—however, the selected individual prefers to remain in her current position. Beyond that, they decided to wait until they had some of the other city framework projects in place. So that brings us to now—the right time for the right person.Click to Apply