United Water Conservation District is Searching for a New Chief Financial Officer

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United Water Conservation District
Chief Financial Officer
(Salary $140,000 – $180,500 annual DOQ)

Situated in central Ventura County, the District encompasses the fertile Santa Clara River Valley and Oxnard Coastal Plain.

Under the supervision of the Assistant General Manager this position provides strategic direction and oversight of the District’s Financial and support functions including, but not limited to finance and property management. This is an executive management, exempt position.

Education / Experience: Equivalent to a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in public or business administration, accounting, finance, economics or a related field.  A master’s degree in public or business administration is highly desirable. Five years of responsible managerial or supervisory senior management experience in administrative/business field, including finance, accounting and/or with CPA experience. UWCD is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Cal PERS Benefits:  Retirement, regular employees full group medical through Cal PERS (100%) and 60% for dependents, group life, long term disability, dental/Vision, employees and dependents (100%), flex benefit plans, District offers two deferred compensation programs, annual leave, use of district auto or $400/month allowance; vacation, sick leave, paid holidays and administrative leave.

Interested Candidates must submit a Cover Letter and detailed Resume to:

Dr. Bill Mathis; Dr.Bill@MathisGroup.net; www.MathisGroup.net
11660 Church St., #174, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
For questions, call Jan Mathis, 909-322-9045; jan.mathis@gmail.com


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