Below are the current job opportunities with the City of Green.
Regardless of the position an employment application must be submitted. The City of Green conducts background checks and drug tests for all new hires.
The City of Green is an equal opportunity employer.
Pay Range: $71,870 - $100,375
The City of Green is seeking a highly motivated professional for the position of Finance Director. Green has a growing commercial and residential development base and is known for its quality of life, first-class municipal services and a key focus on sound fiscal management. The successful candidate will serve as the City fiscal officer and the Mayor’s chief financial advisor concerning overall fiscal administrative policy, budget preparation, debt management, the financial implications of purchasing and risk management.
JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: Under administrative direction, serves as the City fiscal officer; performs highly responsible administrative and supervisory work. Serves as the Mayor’s chief financial advisor and consults with the Mayor concerning overall fiscal administrative policy, budget preparation, debt management, the financial implications of purchasing, and risk management.
QUALIFICATIONS: In accordance with Section 6.3 of the City Charter, an applicant for this position shall have an undergraduate degree in accounting or related field, including a minimum of twenty-four (24) semester hours or thirty-six (36) quarter hours of accounting, taxation, and/or auditing courses, plus a minimum of five (5) years experience in accounting which includes a minimum of two (2) years experience in the practice and/or auditing of municipal or governmental accounting, plus a minimum of two (2) years management or supervisory experience. CPA is preferred.
ILLUSTRATIVE DUTIES: (The duties listed below are intended to depict tasks performed by this classification.)
- Prepares and/or supervises the preparation of all major city financial reports and financial information including the annual tax budget, the annual appropriation measure and subsequent amendments in accordance with the governing laws.
- Monitors city fiscal activity for financial position and trends, including comparing actual revenue with estimated revenue, and comparing actual expenditures with budgeted expenditures.
- Oversees the competitive bidding process and the purchasing function. Helps execute and is party to all purchase contracts issued by the city, including purchase orders.
- Maintain a general accounting system for the city government and each of its offices department, divisions, boards and commissions consistent with standard accounting practices.
- Ensures all money due the city is collected or in the process of collection. This includes tax revenue, special assessments, enterprise billings and other receivables.
- Has custody of all public funds belonging to or under the control of the city, or any office, department, divisions, boards, or commissions of city government, and deposits or invests all funds in such a manner as may be provided by ordinance and all such interest resulting from deposits or investments are the property of the city and accounted for and credited to the proper account.
- Manages the issuance and payments of city debt in accordance with applicable ordinances and laws.
- Has custody of all investments and invested funds of the city government, or in possession of the city in a fiduciary capacity, and have the safekeeping of all bonds and notes of the city and the receipt and delivery of city bonds and notes for transfer, registration or exchange.
- Functions as city Risk Manager, and obtains general liability, property, auto and professional liability insurance.
- Works with and assists auditors with the state required audit, provides documentation, audit evidence and explanations to them during the course of their audit.
- Examines all proposed expenditures to determine if they are in the appropriated funds. No appropriation will be encumbered and no expenditure will be made unless it is certified there is sufficient unencumbered balance of appropriated funds.
- Participate in City Council meetings, Finance Committee meetings and other meetings to represent the city’s financial interests.
- Establishes procedures pursuant to governing laws for all fiscal activities and transactions to ensure compliance with applicable federal, state and local laws.
- Solves or participates in the resolution of Finance Department problems, this includes payroll, accounts receivable, accounts payable and inquiries by other governmental agencies.
- Possesses integrity, sense of responsibility and independent judgment.
- Performs other related duties as directed or assigned by the Mayor and determined to be necessary in order to promote, further, or ensure the effective and efficient operation of the department.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES necessary to perform duties (* indicates developed after employment).
Knowledge of: All aspects of municipal finance and accounting; budgeting, appropriation and cash management; public fund investments and related laws; budget and tax laws; city ordinances*, computer applications used within the department.
Skill in: Operation of personal computer and the use of job-related software; use of modern office equipment.
Ability to: Communicate effectively both verbally and in writing; collect, analyze, and interpret data; prepare and maintain accurate documentation; develop and maintain working relationships with employees, co-workers, elected officials, other agencies and general public; understand, interpret, and apply laws, rules, or regulations to specific situations; delegate tasks and duties; solve problems; motivate others; work with and maintain confidential information; maintain regular, punctual attendance is a requirement of this position.
In accordance with the U.S. Department of Labor physical demands strength ratings, this is considered sedentary work.
Return application, resume and proof of education to Human Resources at 1755 Town Park Blvd, PO Box 278, Green, Ohio 44232-0278, no later than Friday, February 19, 2016.
WINTER SEASONAL LABORERS
The City of Green is a progressive, prosperous and promising city in need of dependable CDL CLASS A & B drivers to assist with snow & ice removal and other assigned duties during the winter season.
- Limited term employment with a maximum assignment of 180 days.
- Completion of secondary education (High School or GED) and 18 years old.
- Must possess a valid State of Ohio driver’s license (Class A or B CDL) and remain insurable.
- $13.00 to $16.00/hr based on experience - No benefits
- Overtime will be required during inclement weather (may included weekends and holidays)
Shift A: 7:00am – 3:00 pm (normal work hours)
3:00pm – 7:00 pm (must be available if needed)
Shift B: 7:00pm – 3:00 am (normal work hours)
3:00am – 7:00 am (must be available if needed)
You may download an application from the City’s website and mail to:
City of Green HR Department
1755 Town Park Boulevard
PO Box 278
Green, OH 44232-0278
Or apply in person between 8am and 4pm at:
City of Green HR Department
1755 Town Park Boulevard
Uniontown, OH 44685