Chief Financial Officer, City of Orangeburg
Position Category: Finance
The CFO is responsible for guiding debt, investment management, and providing outstanding customer service to the public and operating departments.
Key priorities for the next CFO include but are not limited to evaluating the Finance Department and making recommendations to the City Administrator on structure and staffing.
Proactively managing cash balances and planning for requirements in response to COVID 19 impacts on revenue.
A minimum of a bachelor’s degree in Finance, Business Administration, Public Administration or related field is required, a master’s degree in Finance-related field highly preferred.
7-10 years of progressive experience in financial administration including 3-5 years of supervisory experience is required.
Local government experience is required; CPA and GFOA Certification are highly preferred but not required.
The City of Orangeburg is an Equal Opportunity Employer.