The town of Northborough seeks qualified and experienced applicants for the position of Treasurer/Collector. Reporting to the Finance Director, this position is responsible for cash and debt management and the collection of all town revenue including real estate, personal property and excise taxes; water and sewer betterment assessments; and all municipal fees, charges, bills and revenues committed to the Office of the Treasurer-Collector. Oversees tax title proceedings, resolves tax issues and administers trust funds. Plans, schedules, implements and manages tax and utility billings, demands and warrants and lien processing; oversees administration of payroll and benefits. Responsible for the reconciliation of bank statements, cash balances, receivables, short- and long-term investments. Assists with the year-end audit.

Qualified candidates will have extensive knowledge of Massachusetts municipal finance laws, with a thorough understanding of Department of Revenue regulations, applicable state and federal laws relative to municipal borrowing and investments. Position requires a bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance or related field and at least five years of progressively responsible work experience in a municipal finance setting, at least three years of which are in a supervisory capacity; experience with MUNIS preferred. Candidates possessing certification from the Massachusetts Collectors and Treasurers Association preferred; candidates must obtain certification within three years hire. Must qualify for bonding. Position serves as a key member of the town’s financial team and is involved in all aspects of the municipal budget process.

This is a full-time (40 hours/week) salaried position. Salary range is $75,905-$98,676, plus excellent benefits. Qualified candidates should submit a letter of interest, resume and three professional references to Kimberly Foster, Assistant Town Administrator, 63 Main St., Northborough, MA 01532 by Feb. 20. AA/EOE