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The town of Wrentham is seeking a qualified Treasurer/Collector, reporting to the Town Administrator.
Duties include but are not limited to: The successful candidate should possess interpersonal and financial skills to manage the collection of all town revenue including real estate, personal property, excise tax, water and sewer bills and other municipal receipts. Position requires management and oversight of department and capital plan funds as well as receipt disbursements and investment of town funds.
The Treasurer/Collector is responsible for management of tax title and foreclosure activities, managing the town’s debt service, including issuance of bonds, administration of payroll and other related duties in accordance with local, state and federal laws.
Qualifications and Experience: Preferred candidate will possess a bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance or a related field and three years of experience in a municipal finance setting; possess a thorough knowledge of municipal procedures and laws, and be bondable. Ability to obtain certification as a Massachusetts Treasurer/Collector within five years. Ability to successfully pass town of Wrentham background checks and pre-employment physical and drug screen.
Hours: Full-time, benefit-eligible, salaried position.
Salary: Starting Salary $80,000 per year.
Email Resume and Cover Letter to HR@Wrentham.ma.us or send via post to Human Resources, 79 South St., Wrentham, MA 02093 by March 23.