Budget and Fiscal Manager at Thurston County

Job posted on October 12, 2021

Job Details

Organization

Thurston County

Location

Olympia

Salary

$91,000-$122,000

Contact Info

Lora Kelly
Email Address
2538533633

Job Description

At last! A career-level finance job that offers the complexity you crave: the ability to work with everyone – all departments, elected officials, and public – and balance that with rolling up your sleeves, digging in and doing great work. This position truly provides the foundation for the organization. It is a role by which you can have impact on a community that’s nestled precisely between the shimmering water and the twisting hiking trails of the beautiful Pacific Northwest.
Sound interesting? We’ll tell you more!
The Thurston County Budget and Fiscal Manager position holds overall responsibility for the development of the County’s budget and policies; develops and directs short and long-range fiscal strategy and goals; collaborates with other departments for budgetary tracking; consults with County-elected officials; coordinates with cities and other governmental entities and funding sources; and monitors County funds, just to name a few responsibilities.
You could hold this role if you have comprehensive knowledge of government budgeting practices; understand regional economic issues; have the ability to interpret complex financial data and develop strategic plans; and hold a Bachelor’s degree in a related field.
If you enjoy strolling through your neighborhood and recognizing the impact you’ve made behind the scenes on your community – this is that opportunity knocking! Salary range is $91,000-$122,000 with a robust benefits package including health insurance, retirement and more to round out the full compensation package. A complete job description can be found here.
Take the next step in your career – we’d love to hear from you! Apply now!

How to Apply

https://www.westsoundworkforce.com/job-listings/budget-and-fiscal-manager/

Closing Date

December 15, 2021

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