King County’s Finance and Business Operations Division is searching for an exceptional people leader to serve as its Treasury Manager. The Treasury Manager is responsible for the Treasury Operations functions of King County including: the billing and collection of real and personal property taxes, gambling taxes, local improvement district assessments, and certain fees; the administration of the King County Investment Pool which invests the residual cash of all County and political sub-jurisdiction funds (school, fire, hospital, water and sewer districts, etc.); the issuance and administration of the County’s bond/debt instruments; the management of the County’s banking contracts and serving as the central depository for King County funds and special district funds; and the development and implementation of related financial policies. The Treasury Manager participates in State legislative activities as well as developing and implementing local legislation. This position oversees the day-to-day operations and staff (approximately 30 employees) and serves as a key adviser to executive-level Management on all Treasury related issues. The Treasury Manager is part of a team of staff responsible for staffing King County’s Executive Finance Committee (EFC) and ensuring follow through on Committee directives. This position reports to the Director of Finance and Business Operations Division in the Department of Executive Services. For this important role King County seeks a credible, unifying people leader who is deeply committed to the success of the Treasury Section, is a strategic big-picture thinker and will be able to deliver the level of services that the residents of the County value. Candidates should bring strengths in both external relations and internal management with an ability to balance the two as well as a financial acumen in areas such as banking, cash management, tax collections, investments, debt financing, or other financial services functions. The full job announcement can be found here https://karrasconsulting.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/KC-TM-02191.pdf .