Deputy Director, Finance and Administration – Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles

Client: Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles

Position: Deputy Director, Finance and Administration
(3 Opportunities Available):
Deputy Director, Accounting and Financial Reporting
Deputy Director, Financial Case Management Systems and Collections
Deputy Director, Budget and Expenditure Management

Closing Date: Apply Immediately;
Initial resume review begins first week of April

Additional Information: 

 

The Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles is seeking to fill three opportunities (two new positions and one vacant). These positions are a direct result of the need to expand staffing and manage an increased volume of work in support of Court financial operations. Qualified and interested candidates may apply for one or more of the three open positions. Reporting to a Finance Director, these positions (Deputy Director, Accounting and Financial Reporting; Deputy Director, Financial Case Management Systems and Collections; and Deputy Director, Budget and Expenditure Management) are key in managing, directing, and integrating comprehensive financial programs and services to meet the court-wide vision, organizational needs, and goals. The Deputy Director positions are available in two key areas of the organization, each with a unique focus, and are all critical to the success of the Court’s Finance and Administration Department (FSD). This Department includes a team of talented employees in the Budget and Expenditure Management area, including Financial Planning and Grants Office, the Payables Unit, and the Data Analytics, Special Services and Technology Office; or in the Revenue Services area, including Accounting and Financial Reporting, Financial Case Management Systems and Collections.

Requires a Bachelor’s degree and 6 years of progressively responsible experience in a financial position. This classification allows for broad consideration of experience, preferably in a local government or public agency. At least 2 years of qualifying experience must have been managing a team with responsibility for outcomes and timely deliverables of financial work products. Candidates with a deep understanding and knowledge of the court system are strongly preferred. Candidates with private sector experience may be considered based on the specifics for this job classification provided they demonstrate substantial transferable skills and knowledge.

The annual salary range is $147,753 to $229,786 (with the anticipated starting salary range of $160,000 to $205,000) DOQE. Moving and relocation reimbursement up to $10,000 may be considered. Additionally, the Deputy Director is eligible for County benefits and retirement programs including a defined benefit pension program through LACERA and matching contributions of up to 4% to the 401(k) savings plan and 4% to the 457(b) deferred compensation plan.

Interested candidates are requested to apply immediately by submitting a cover letter and resume via email to apply@ralphandersen.com. This is a confidential recruitment and will be handled accordingly throughout the various stages of the process. Initial review of resumes will begin during the first week of April. Candidates are strongly encouraged to apply early in the process as this position may close earlier once a sufficient pool of highly qualified applicants are received. Confidential inquires directed to Ms. Heather Renschler at 916-630-4900 or alternatively, to request a confidential discussion, email scheduling@ralphandersen.com.