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JOIN OUR TEAM! The City of Philomath is offering a rewarding career opportunity in this vibrant community. The Finance Director manages the financial activities and accounting functions of the City, directs the operations of the Finance Department and Municipal Court, is responsible for protecting and managing the City’s financial assets, and provides financial analysis and planning to the City Manager, City Council, and other city departments.
In this position, you will need to show how you understand and appreciate public service and possess a combination of skills and education that enable your success with the City of Philomath. If you have expertise in public finance, a desire to serve the community in a leadership capacity, and the commitment to adhere to the values and mission of our City, you may be just who we are looking for!
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Philomath lies at the foot of the Marys Peak, the highest point along the Oregon Coast Range, less than an hour from the coast to the west, Salem to the north and Eugene to the south. It neighbors Corvallis, home of Oregon State University.
With an annual General Fund budget of $4.8 million dollars and a total of $11.8 million dollars budgeted for Land, Building, and Equipment for the Fiscal Year 2021-2022, the City is on solid financial footing with several large project ready for construction; namely, a new water reservoir, water treatment plant, downtown streetscapes project, and several local street improvements. It's an exciting time to be apart of so many big, once-in-a-lifetime type projects!
Philomath is growing, with new neighborhoods under construction and commercial and industrial developments popping up around town, it's an exciting time to be apart of the City.
Living in the Philomath, residents are active, love the outdoors and maintain a high quality of life.
Along with the advantages of higher education, Philomath features a strong public school system, great health care, and a short commute to work.
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