Join our talented and dynamic Public Works team to develop, manage, produce, and present the Public Works Department annual budget. This position monitors the department's financials, including analysis of historic and proposed expenditures and revenues, current year variance analysis, and projection of revenues and expenditures, as well as performs and produces an array of ad hoc financial, statistical, and outcome analyses, along with a variety of managerial responsibilities for the department. This position reports to the Director of Public Works.
Experience: A minimum of five (5) years prior experience in government accounting.
Education and Training:
Bachelor's degree in Finance, Business Administration or a related field.
Preferred: MBA or MPA.
Knowledge of or ability to learn JD Edwards
Background Check: Must pass a criminal background check.
Additional Salary Information: Adams County offers an comprehensive benefits package! Some of our benefits include:
•On-site health clinics
•On-site fitness centers
•11 paid holidays per year
•Learning & Development program
•Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance
•Short Term Disability
•Long Term Disability
•Generous annual and sick leave
•Award winning wellness program
Internal Number: 03572
About Adams County Government
Be a Part of Something GreatWe hire exceptional people and give them a multitude of top-notch opportunities to grow, expand their capabilities and reach their full potential. We invest in their education and development, resulting in experienced, intelligent and dedicated colleagues. Adams County has a customer service-focused culture that offers employees exciting and dynamic challenges to build successful careers they can be proud of, now and in the future. We are committed to hiring people who value a positive work environment, servant leadership, teamwork, transparency, and credibility.HistoryAdams County is located in the northern metropolitan area of Denver. It ranks among the top five largest counties in the state and is projected to be the fastest growing county in the metro Denver area over the next two decades. With a population close to 450,000 residents, it is home to the cities of Brighton, Commerce City, Federal Heights, Northglenn and Thornton; the town of Bennett and portions of Arvada, Aurora, Lochbuie and Westminster. The county offers a professional business climate, a diverse labor pool, affordable land, a wide range of housing opportunities and community amenit...ies and boasts a high quality of life for residents.Survey ResultsWhile employees have their own unique reasons for working here, we've given the matter some serious thought. After talking to a range of people from new employees to long-term employees, below are some common reasons employees give for working for Adams County:•Challenging and rewarding work •Collaborative team environment •Employee recognition programs •Enviable holiday / vacation benefits •Fair and thorough recruitment process •Friendly and helpful coworkers •Generous salary and benefit package •Growing county and community •Only 20 minutes from Denver •Stable organization with a 100-year history •Effective sustainability and environmental responsibility •Valuable health and wellness programs •Wide range of career opportunities and advancement potentialBenefits of Adams CountyAdams County provides a comprehensive benefit package to part-time employees (30-39 hours per week) and regular full-time employees (40 hours per week). Our benefit package includes the following:•Aflac Supplemental Medical Insurance•Basic Term Life Insurance Policy•Credit Union Membership•Deferred Compensation Plan•Dental Plans•Elective Employee Benefit Programs•Employee Assistance Programs (EAP)•Employee Training and Management Development•Flexible Spending Cafeteria Plan•Long Term Disability Policy•Medical Plans•Onsite Medical Clinic•Onsite Workout Center•Optional Term Life Insurance•Recreation Center Discounts•Retirement Plan•Tuition Reimbursement Program•Vision Plan•Wellness Program