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Director of Finance
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Director of Finance

Westmoreland County, Virginia Westmoreland County is seeking a Director of Finance to perform complex professional and administrative work planning, organizing and directing financial activities of the county under the supervision of the county administrator. Supervision is exercised over three employees who handle payroll, accounts payable, utility billing, two special sanitary district operational funds, ambulance revenue recovery reporting and other related financial operations.

Salary Range: $73,000 - $102,633 (Depends on qualifications).

The County is seeking an individual who has a minimum of 8-10 years of experience at a Director or Assistant level in local government or CPA designation. The County will conduct a thorough background check on the selected applicant who will be required to submit to a criminal and credit history check.

Equal Opportunity Employer

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Westmoreland Human Opportunities, Inc. (WHO), a private, non-profit human service corporation, is the designated Community Action Agency for Westmoreland County, PA. As such, WHO administers social service programs to alleviate and eliminate poverty conditions of the County's disadvantaged populations. The agency staff consists of 191 employees; 80 full time, 16 part time and 95 seasonal employees. WHO received $12 million in revenue and support for the 2005-06 fiscal year from federal, state and local funding sources. WHO annually provides services to more than 9,000 Westmoreland County residents. In addition to the direct services provided, the agency also administers several community programs. Westmoreland Human Opportunities, Inc. helps low-income people change their lives and works to make Westmoreland County a better place to live by offering programs and services that help individuals and families become more self-sufficient. WHO is a member of the Community Action Partnership, a national organization representing the interests of the Community Action Agencies across the country that fight poverty on the local level.