Job Opportunity

Assistant County Administrator
Sonoma County

Date Posted:

September 5, 2012


$162,294 – $197,275 annually; DOQ


The ACAO plays a critical role on the County management team by serving as the Chief Operating Officer for the organization and overseeing the County’s fiscal and budget activities.  The ACAO also serves as the point person in addressing the major budget/fiscal and/or programmatic issues that are complex, highly visible, and politically sensitive and/or those that require cross-organizational collaboration.


The successful candidate will have significant experience with government finance, including complex budget analysis and oversight, and a strong inclination for results, yet relies on a positive and diplomatic interpersonal style.  Candidates should have extensive knowledge of public administration and management, county government organization and functions and their relationship to federal, state and municipal governments, as well as excellent skill in facilitating group dynamics, a strong and positive presence, and precise and insightful communication skills, both in person and in writing. 

The minimum qualifications include a bachelor’s degree in business/public administration, management, finance, economics, or accounting, and five years of increasingly responsible experience in a private or governmental agency with responsibility in administration or financial analysis, including systems, procedures and program evaluation.  At least two years of experience in a responsible administrative or management capacity with a governmental/public sector agency including the supervision of professional level staff is required.

How to Apply:

To apply, and for detailed information, visit – Job Opportunities.  


Filing Deadline:

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

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