Chief Deputy Treasurer-Tax Collector

Chief Deputy Treasurer-Tax Collector
County of Monterey
 Salinas, California
Job Description

County of Monterey is an extraordinary place to work and live, having one of the most beautiful coastlines in the world, along with vast agricultural industries that preserve a rural look and feel throughout the County. Our mild climate is considered ideal, while our school districts and medical facilities are on par with the best in the state.

The County of Monterey Treasurer-Tax Collector is an elected officer of the County. Operating under statutes of the State of California, the Treasurer-Tax Collector performs a variety of functions which collectively contribute to the financial management network of the County, the County's school districts, and many of the County's special districts. The primary responsibilities of the Treasurer-Tax Collector include the billing, collection, reporting and accounting for all real and personal property taxes levied in the County, transient occupancy and cannabis business taxes levied in unincorporated county areas, and business license monitoring and collection; banking and investment of county, school and special district funds; and collection enforcement for Superior Court fines. The department of the Treasurer-Tax Collector consists of three divisions: Tax Collection, Treasury, and Revenue.

The Chief Deputy Treasurer-Tax Collector (CDTTC) is a division head management position reporting to the Assistant Treasurer-Tax Collector. Positions in this class are responsible for the planning, organizing, coordinating, evaluating and implementation of new processes and directing the Division's work activities. The Treasurer-Tax Collector is currently seeking to fill two vacant CDTTC positions: one in the Tax Division and one in the Revenue Division.

These positions exercise considerable discretion and independent judgment in the prioritization and coordination of division-related mandates, goals and objectives and in working with managers, other agencies, departments, and staff to coordinate and enhance services