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2 job(s) at WBCP

City of Ashland Ashland, OR, USA
May 07, 2020
Full Time
The Finance Director will lead a staff of 15, oversee the Finance Department budget of $16 million, and support the great work the City of Ashland provides its citizens in other departments.  In addition to overseeing the Finance, Accounting and Customer Service Divisions in the department, this position may manage special projects, policy and programs, and other divisions and departments as assigned.  This position is at-will and is part of the executive team.  The incumbent will assist the City Administrator with overseeing the City’s central services, strategic plans, and coordinate the financial framework all city departments.  The City of Ashland has a Citizens’ Budget Committee with which the Finance Director will work closely.  This Committee is comprised of 14 members including the City Council, Mayor and seven appointed citizen members. 
County of Solano Fairfield, CA, USA
Apr 30, 2020
Full Time
The IT Manager is an at-will, management position that reports to the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) for the County of Solano that oversees the staff, budgets, and activities of the Data Services Group, and serves as the lead IT support manager for the largest department in the County: H&SS. H&SS includes public health, social, and behavioral health services, and has over 500 computer systems, a 100 plus person call center, and over 30 programs that support these complex services, reporting, and data management systems. This position will support the state and federally mandated CalWIN program, and work on teams and committees to transition to CalSAWS, and manage proprietary programs and systems, that upload, download and extract data.