Who is a member?
Our members are the local governments of Massachusetts and their elected and appointed leadership.
PRIMARY DUTIES: Coordinates all trust fund activity, including, but not limited to: ensuring adherence to trust requirements and accounting standards; overseeing funding availability for expenditures; creating necessary trust fund journal entries; reconciling trust fund ledgers and completing required reporting; oversees reconciliation of Trust Fund Bank and investment accounts; maintains Board of Public Works (BPW) Retirement files as needed, works closely with pension administrator, and provides retirement information to BPW Trustees; responsible for ensuring that the Treasury/Tax Department is compliant with city policies and procedures. Provides support for the city’s Capital Equipment Reserve Fund (CERF); supports the Treasurer’s office as it relates to General Obligations Bonds and special projects. Responsible for ensuring that the Treasury/Tax Department is compliant with city policies and procedures; provides analytical and administrative support to Treasurer/Tax Collector in various areas within the department; other duties as assigned. Position is full-time, Monday through Friday.
MINIMUM ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS: Minimum of three years relevant work experience; bachelor’s degree in an accounting/finance, business management/administration related field; training/knowledge of accounting and finance as well as banking and investment; knowledge of banking procedures as well as a degree of sound independent judgment; proficiency in the use of personal computers, Microsoft Office Suite and all software necessary to do this job; training/knowledge of government accounting and finance strongly preferred; combination of experience and education will be considered.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Submit cover letter, application, resume, and three professional references at http://applitrack.com/nashua/onlineapp/.