Delta County Libraries is seeking a Finance Manager to join an innovative team and assist in leadership of the Library District by managing all fiscal and accounting processes and systems, taking the lead in financial administration and budgeting, analyzing and reporting financial information and projections, and completing general accounting duties. This position is open until filled with priority given to applications received by Monday, May 17 at 5:00pm.
Required Education and Experience: Bachelor’s degree in accounting or finance or related field. Master’s degree in accounting or finance or related field preferred. Minimum of five (5) years experience in accounting, finance, or related area. Experience in government and/or public sector preferred. Knowledge of Government Accounting Standards, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and Colorado state statutes. Demonstrated skill in accounting procedures for construction projects and debt offerings. Demonstrated ability in ensuring ethical standards are practiced in regard to financial management; in defining and explaining technical accounting procedures; in analyzing financial data, tracking revenues and compiling related reports; in aligning strategy with people, processes and systems; in maintaining and conveying confidential information; and in working through tight deadlines and multiple tasks. Proficiency in QuickBooks and QuickBooks online, technology, electronic devices, computers, the Internet, Microsoft Office Suite, and other office equipment.
The complete job description and application are available at www.deltalibraries.org/finance-manager/.
Additional Info & Requirements
Your application should include a cover letter and resume. Please explain in your cover letter your approach to managing tight deadlines and multiple tasks. Your references should be professional and work related. The complete job description and application are available at www.deltalibraries.org/finance-manager/.
Canyons, rivers, and mountains paint the setting of rural Delta County, inspiring its residents to take regular excursions into the outdoors for hiking, camping, rafting, fishing, hunting, skiing, snowshoeing, and more. Agriculture and mining continue to be prominent industries for the area. With a population of approximately 30,000, the county has six incorporated communities—Cedaredge, Crawford, Delta, Hotchkiss, Orchard City, and Paonia—that offer diversity of lifestyles and interests.
Delta County Libraries supports five libraries in Cedaredge, Crawford, Delta, Hotchkiss, and Paonia, as well as a robust online library. The Library District maintains a varied collection of materials in print, audio, visual, and electronic formats, as well as a wide range of technology for on-site and home use. Every library offers an annual schedule of dynamic programming for all ages including a Summer Reading Program, weekly Storytimes, book clubs, technology help, and much more. The Library District also provides adult education through programming, high school equivalency testing, college exam proctoring, and English as a Second Language classes.
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