Chief Finance Officer
Employment Type: Part-Time
Industry: Financial Services - Banking/Investment/Finance
CHIEF FINANCE OFFICERExcellent Growth Opportunity for an Accounting ManagerThe Opportunity with Brushy Creek MUD:
Come work as the finance and accounting expert and go-to-member of the Brushy Creek Municipal Utility Districts executive team. You will oversee the financial and risk management operations of the District, to include the development of a financial and operational strategy, metrics tied to that strategy, and the ongoing development and monitoring of control systems designed to preserve the District’s assets and to report accurate financial results. The Organization:
Originally formed as Williamson County Municipal Utility District No. 2 in 1977, Brushy Creek Municipal Utility District provides water and wastewater services, recreational activities and beautiful gardens and parks to the Brushy Creek community. The primary neighborhoods include Brushy Creek North, Sendero Springs, Brushy Creek South, Hillside, the Villages of Brushy Creek, Cat Hollow, the Meadows, the Woods of Brushy Creek and Highland Horizons. Brush Creek employees 175 team members including part time and seasonal.
- Very competitive compensation and benefit package.
- Highly motivated and committed staff.
- Dedicated Board of Directors and committee members to the mission and vision of BCMUD
We are seeking a confident, assertive, talented, hands-on working manager to step into the role of CFO for a dynamic customer service focused public sector organization.
- Ideal candidates will have a mastery of knowledge, skills and abilities in preparing organization-wide budgets, financial statements, developing and reporting revenue projections, risk management, and conducting financial reviews for governmental entities or not-for-profit organizations.
- Candidates should also have proven ability to administer payroll according to local, state and Federal requirements, proven skills in interpreting data analytics and trends to recommend solutions. A proven ability to recommend improvements to processes and systems, promote excellence and demonstrate accuracy and thoroughness.
- And last, but not least, candidates should have foundational knowledge of the Public Funds Investment Act’s requirements.
- Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting, Business Administration or related field from an accredited university.
- 15 years of progressively responsible experience working in governmental entities or in not-for-profit organizations
- 10 years’ experience managing the finance function in governmental entities or in not-for-profit organizations
- 5 years’ experience managing administrative functions in governmental entities or in not-for-profit organizations
Our brand - invites customers to experience the Brushy Creek Life, located just minutes north of Austin, Texas, in beautiful Williamson County. Brushy Creek Municipal Utility District is home to 18,000+ residents with an annual budget of $16 million. Brushy Creek Municipal Utility District is the heart of a busy active community featuring a Community Center, four neighborhood swimming pools, numerous highly used parks, disc golf course, and miles of hike & bike trails. BCMUD enjoys the quiet rural aspects of small-town America while having proximity to cosmopolitan amenities.Who Should Apply?
* The salary listed in the header is an estimate based on salary data for similar jobs in the same area. Salary or compensation data found in the job description is accurate.
- You aren’t afraid of rolling up your sleeves and doing the work alongside your team
- You love taking risks and finding creative solutions
- You are a deadline driven individual with the desire to achieve great results
- You want reach beyond what you are currently doing to make your mark in public utilities
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