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Reporting to the City Manager, the Finance Director manages the financial and accounting functions of the city to assure the protection of financial assets and provide appropriate financial data supporting the management resource control and decision-making processes. In addition, the Director coordinates and leads the process of developing the City’s annual budget ($115 million appropriated). The Finance Director has five direct reports including the Assistant Finance Director, Financial Operations Manager, Senior Accountant, Information Systems Manager and an Administrative Assistant in addition to nine indirect reports. The Director serves as a member of the leadership team and is actively involved in broader citywide initiatives.

Finance Director

Categories/Deadline:
  • Finance/Budget/Treasury
  • July 27th

Essential Information

EmployerCity of Wilsonville
Street Address 29799 SW Town Center
Loop E
Wilsonville, OR 97070
Phone503-620-1106
Website URL www.waldronhr.com

The City of Wilsonville seeks a Finance Director with a strong background in municipal finance willing to embrace the financial complexity of the City. A collaborative leader, the ideal candidate continually seeks to understand broader city services while providing strategic financial direction. The Finance Director demonstrates knowledge of urban renewal and/or tax increment financing, economic development as well as capital and infrastructure project financing. In addition, the ideal candidate is experienced in bonds, transit and TOT taxes. Experience in a full service city or large, complex special purpose district is highly desired.

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The City of Wilsonville complies with the letter and spirit of the Equal Employment Opportunity and American with Disabilities Amendments Act (ADAA) laws in its employment process. For immediate consideration, please submit your resume and cover letter expressing how your interest and accomplishments align with our needs to candidates.waldronhr.com no later than July 27, 2014.

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Additional Information

Contact: Heather Gantz

Contact Email: heather@waldronhr.com

Industry: Public Sector

Manages Others: yes

Deadline Information: For immediate consideration, please submit your resume and cover letter expressing how your interest and accomplishments align with our needs to candidates.waldronhr.com no later than July 27, 2014.

Salary: DOQ

Benefits: An excellent benefits package including:
• Retirement: The City is a member of the Oregon Public Employees Retirement System and currently contributes the employee’s portion of the retirement system. The City also contributes an additional 3% of base salary to a 401a account on behalf of management employees.
• Healthcare Benefits: The City offers an extensive employee benefit package, including medical, dental, vision, life and long term disability plans
• Vacation: Based on years of service, beginning at 16 days per year for this position.
• Sick Leave: Accrues 8 hours per month.
• Holidays: 10 paid holidays per year.

Job Duration/Time: Full-time

County: Out of State

Waldron has been retained by The City of Wilsonville, OR in search of a new Finance Director. This is an excellent opportunity to lead an award-winning department of 14 employees with an operating budget of $1.5 million.

Waldron has been retained by The City of Wilsonville, OR in search of a new Finance Director. This is an excellent opportunity to lead an award-winning department of 14 employees with an operating budget of $1.5 million.

Once a small farming community, Wilsonville is now a fast-growing city of approximately 22,000.  The city serves as the dual gateway between the urbanized Portland metro area to the north and the rich agricultural lands of the Willamette Valley.

Once a small farming community, Wilsonville is now a fast-growing city of approximately 22,000. The city serves as the dual gateway between the urbanized Portland metro area to the north and the rich agricultural lands of the Willamette Valley.