Assistant Budget Director

Guilford County Government
Published
January 10, 2022
Location
201 S. Greene Street, Greensboro, North Carolina
Billing Address
201 S. Greene Street
First Name
Graham
Last Name
Rothrock
Phone Number
3366413324
Closing Date
02/14/2022

Description

ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITY

Do you want to apply your expertise for a cause you can feel good about? Do you want to work for an organization that wants you to grow with it? Guilford County is a high-performing local government organization that maintains a culture embracing diversity, striving for equality, and inspiring individual and organizational excellence. The Budget & Management Services Department strives to align resources with County and community priorities through developing strategic frameworks and solving challenges through collaborative problem solving.

The Assistant Budget & Management Services Director assists in accomplishing these goals by assisting with planning, coordinating and supervising the preparation, implementation, and monitoring of the county’s annual operating and capital improvement budgets and programs. The position requires high level problem solving and the ability to coordinate teams in implementing strategic initiatives.  The position directly supervises staff. Guilford County strongly encourages innovation, promotes career development, and offers excellent benefits for employees. This position will be expected to be primarily in-person, but the County does offer flexible work schedules and telework options.

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Salary

$82,298 - $143,488

Qualifications

A Bachelor’s Degree in a related field with a combination of education and experience that would provide the necessary knowledge, skills, and competencies to perform the essential duties and tasks of this position. Education and experience should be clearly documented with demonstrated linkages to the essential duties and tasks of this position.

 

Preferred qualifications 

Includes graduation from a four-year college or university with a degree in accounting, business administration, economics, public administration or related field and six years of progressively responsible experience in budget development, budget management, and/or budget evaluation and/or local government operational management, including project, program, or systems planning OR a Master's degree in public administration, accounting, business administration, economics, public policy or a field closely related to one of the county's services and four years of progressively responsible experience in budget development, budget management, and/or budget evaluation and/or local government operational management, including project, program, or systems planning.