Are you a Certified Public Accountant, CPA candidate, Certified Internal Auditor or Certified Government Finance Officer looking for work/life balance? Are you interested in a starting salary range of $100,000-$120,000, along with a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, vision, and an exceptional retirement program with a 2.25:1 County match through Texas County and District Retirement System? As the second in command to the County Auditor, you'll play a pivotal role in safeguarding county assets, developing robust accounting and internal control procedures, and overseeing financial operations. Your responsibilities will include hiring and training staff, managing accounting records, ensuring statutory financial compliance, and preparing critical financial reports like the Annual Comprehensive Financial Report. Brazos County offers generous holiday, vacation and sick leave plans as well as a longevity program. We prefer some accounting/auditing experience however governmental experience is not required.
Second in command to the County Auditor; reports directly to the County Auditor; responsible for ensuring that all assets of the county are protected; responsible for developing the accounting and internal control procedures to be followed by the county; responsible for approving for payment all claims made against the county before submission to Commissioners’ Court; responsible for monitoring the financial status of the county and reporting to the Commissioners’ Court. We are willing to train the right person.
Brazos County is a political subdivision of the State of Texas with a population of about 225,000 and an annual budget over $420million. The County Auditor is the Chief Financial Officer of the County as well as the Internal Auditor for the County. Current staff is 12 positions, all full time with benefits and on site work. The County Auditor is appointed for a two year term by the District Judges of the County.