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The Financial Services Department, within Mecklenburg County, serves as a strategic partner in support of all County missions, with responsibility for all financial services, including general accounting, payroll, investments, treasury functions, grants, financial reporting, the capital improvement program, budgetary compliance, providing fiscal and budget staff support for departments, and procurement. The Financial Services Department includes three divisions: Central Finance, Departmental Financial Services, and Procurement, and has approximately 136 positions. The Deputy Director of Finance (Deputy CFO) reports to the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and assists in developing and delivering strategic financial services to the County. This newly created position that will be responsible for running the day-to-day operations of the department and assist the CFO with completing tasks for the Executive Team, Board of County Commissioners and other stakeholders. The position will directly supervise and direct operational and compliance functions of Finance including Central Finance and Departmental Financial Services, with responsibility for financial reporting, grants management, payroll, and general accounting. The Deputy Director of Finance (Deputy CFO) serves as CFO in the CFO’s absence. The DCFO will be an experienced, visionary financial professional who fully understands the principles and practices of governmental finance, accounting, capital budgeting, and long-range financial planning. The ideal candidate will be a team player, with a focus on developing staff towards the goal of developing a premier finance department. View the brochure for more details. Explore our open positions here.
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