Supports and helps develop quality solutions for financial operations. Prepares and maintains financial reports. Provides documentation and training to finance system users and key stakeholders.
- Supports and helps develop quality solutions for the County's financial operations.
- Participates in preparing and maintaining financial and other data reports related to the County's finance process.
- Provides ongoing supporting documentation and training to finance system users and key stakeholders.
- Bachelor's degree in computer information services, finance, or related field, and
- A minimum of three to five years’ experience with enterprise resource planning software by providing system administration, project management, technical support, training, or consulting; or
- The equivalent combination of education and experience.
- Experience working with public finance rules and regulations.
- Experience working with integrated ERP systems.
Boone County Auditor's Office
Benefit-eligible employees receive (on day one): Paid vacation 14 paid holidays Enrollment in the County Employees Retirement Fund, and two matching deferred compensation plans 100% County paid or low-cost employee health insurance premium options 100% County paid employee dental premiums Subsidized dependent premiums County Paid long-term disability and life insurance Boone County is a Public Service Student Loan Forgiveness qualifying employer.
About the Organization
Boone County was founded in 1820 by settlers moving westward from Kentucky, Tennessee, and Virginia. These pioneers were drawn to the area's rolling foothills, wide open prairies and scenic bluffs overlooking the Missouri river. Originally known as Boone's Lick Country, the settlement was named for the nearby salt lick operated by Daniel Boone's sons. In 1839, Boone County became home to the first Land Grant University established west of the Mississippi. Today, Boone County sits at the crossroads of major highways and is a regional hub for commerce, healthcare, and innovation. Known for its outstanding quality of life and cultural activity, Boone County continues to be one of America's most desirable places to live, work, and do business. The elected official offices of Boone County include: Assessor, Auditor, Circuit Court Clerk, Collector, County Clerk, Prosecuting Attorney, Public Administrator, Recorder of Deeds, Sheriff and Treasurer. The departments of Boone County include: Community Services, Emergency Management, Geographic Information Systems, Health and Human Services, Human Resources & Risk Management, Joint Communications, Purchasing, Resource Management, and Road & Bridge.
How to Apply
Apply online or call (573) 886-4395 ext. 2 with questions. The Apply Now link will take you to our online application system where you can create a user profile or log into a profile you have previously created. You must have a user profile to apply for any county position.
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