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CHIEF DEPUTY TREASURER
Under general direction, directs and coordinates the operations of the Treasurer's Office; has responsibility for the
apportionment of the real estate property taxes collected by the Treasurer's Office; provides administrative support for
the County Treasurer; and performs related work as required.
EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING REQUIREMENTS
A Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance or closely related field and three years of full-time experience performing
accounts maintenance work; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience.
LICENSE OR CERTIFICATE
Exercises direct supervision over supervisory staff.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES (The following is used as a partial description and is not restrictive as to duties required.)
Direct and coordinate the operations of the Treasurer's Office.
Assist the Treasurer with establishing policy and procedures by analyzing new legislation that affects the operations of
the Treasurer’s Office and recommending changes in policies and procedures.
Coordinate data base functions with the Assessor’s Office.
Represent the Treasurer and the County at various meetings with other county treasurer offices, cities, auditors, and
taxpayers regarding Treasurer's Office functions, operations, and problems.
Participate in drafting proposed legislative changes on Treasurer’s Office issues and following legislative action for
changes to statutes.
Serve as liaison with the public, committees, boards, groups, and associations.
Serve as Treasurer’s Office Legislative Coordinator, which involves reviewing bill drafts for impact and writing
Verify and interpret tax levy and collection information for the general public and external auditors for bond rating
statistics, and other County departments or government entities for comparison or statistical information.