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Assistant Treasurer/Tax Collector/Public Administrator

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DEFINITION: Under general direction, assists the department head, an elected official, in the overall management of the Treasurer/Tax Collector/Public Administrator department; assumes responsibility in the absence of the Treasurer/Tax Collector/Public Administrator; performs related duties as required.

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: This is an at-will, assistant department head class. Incumbents are exempt from Civil Service and serves at the pleasure of the department head.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: Under direction of the Treasurer/Tax Collector/Public Administrator, plans, organizes and directs, through subordinate supervisors, financial operations and administration of the tax collector, retirement, public guardian and public administrator divisions including accounting, tax collections, cash management, banking, financial investments, and administration of decedent estates and trusts; plans for staffing needs and hires, supervises, trains and evaluates departmental personnel; interprets applicable provisions of the California Government Code, Revenue and Tax Code, Probate Code, Welfare and Institutions Code, and other laws, rules or regulations; develops and implements departmental policies and procedures; analyzes and evaluates complex financial and statistical data; coordinates and supervises depository activities with service banks, schools and special districts and other departments; analyzes and develops computer applications and implements system procedures for accounting; prepares and administers budgets; reviews and implements operations procedures; provides technical staff assistance to and attends meetings of the Retirement Board; performs essential duties of subordinate supervisory staff in their absence; conducts bond foreclosure proceedings and coordinates bond calls.

EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS: Training, education and experience which would provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities. A typical way to gain this would be three years of management experience in an organization which provides a wide range of financial services such as property tax and debt collections, cash management, banking services and the investment of funds, two years supervisory experience, and related college level coursework.

The desirable candidate will have experience in tax collections, retirement administration or administration of decedent estates as well as upper division coursework or a degree in business economics, finance, business or public administration.

Knowledge of: principles and practices of financial management and investment, personnel management and supervision; accounting, financial and banking operations and systems; administrative analysis; computer systems and applications as used for fiscal and financial accounting and management; the Revenue and Taxation Codes and other pertinent provisions of the Government Code; modern office procedures.

Ability to: plan, develop and implement a wide range of financial and administrative operations, activities and programs; supervise, train and motivate staff; analyze, develop and implement effective computer systems for operational and administrative activities; interpret and apply the Revenue and Taxation Codes and other laws, rules, and regulations including the Probate Code, Welfare and Institution Code and Public Retirement System rules and regulations; prepare complex reports, operating procedures and policy manuals; communicate effectively verbally and in writing; maintain liaison and effective working relationships with service banks, schools and special districts, businesses, public agencies, other departments, County officials, and the general public.



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