Deputy Director of Property Records & Ta...
Washington County, MN - Stillwater, MN

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MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS : Bachelor’s degree in finance, public administration, political science, business, or related field
AND Five years of management or supervisory experience in a public or private entity engaged in property records, taxation, assessment, governmental licensing, elections, real estate, accounting, finance, or related field Must have own means of reliable transportation for business purposes. Individuals operating a motor vehicle for county business must possess a valid driver’s license. The finalist for a position vacancy will be required to pass a criminal history background check and drug test at County expense prior to beginning employment with Washington County. DESIRABLE EXPERIENCE : More than five years of management or supervisory experience in a public or private entity engaged in property records, taxation, assessment, governmental licensing, elections, real estate, accounting, finance, or related field. Experience using software specifically for taxation, recording, assessment, GIS, or licensing. Management/supervisory experience that included hiring, administering disciplinary action, and unionized employees. Experience developing procedures to comply with statutes, laws, and/or regulations. Experience working with elected officials. Experience preparing and delivering oral presentations. Experience managing customer service programs. Experience with project management. Experience with budgeting. SELECTION TECHNIQUE : Your training and experience will be rated based on the required application material submitted and the top scoring candidates will be forwarded to the hiring department for further consideration.

HOURS / DAYS : 40 hours per week; Monday-Friday. Work schedules (hours and days) and location are subject to change based on department needs.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:
Under the direction of the Director of Property Records and Taxpayer Services, this is complex management and supervisory work of a varied nature. Administers and oversees major functions and services, in and across divisions in the Department of Property Records and Taxpayer Services. In the absence of the Director, serves as the department head. Manages assigned functions, department wide program development, program planning and evaluation and represents the department internally and externally. Deputy Director is responsible for planning and evaluation of technology, facilities, human resources, and budgetary and administrative operation to achieve the department’s mission and goals. Work involves participation with the department’s management team, county administration, the county board and other governmental agencies. Work is performed independently with minimal supervision from the department director, within departmental and county policies and procedures, and in accordance with federal and state guidelines.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:
Education and Experience:
Bachelor’s degree in finance, public administration, political science, business, or related field
AND
Five years of management or supervisory experience in a public or private entity engaged in property records, taxation, assessment, governmental licensing, elections, real estate, accounting, finance, or related field
Must have own means of reliable transportation for business purposes. Individuals operating a motor vehicle for county business must possess a valid driver’s license. The finalist for a position vacancy will be required to pass a criminal history background check and drug test at County expense prior to beginning employment with Washington County.
Knowledge: Comprehensive knowledge of objectives and provisions of statutory requirements pertaining to department functional areas; comprehensive knowledge of principles applicable to public sector service delivery; comprehensive knowledge of property taxation, property records, or licensing; considerable knowledge of management information systems, data processing techniques, budget development and effective departmental organization and planning; considerable knowledge of the principles of management, supervision and training.
Abilities: Demonstrated ability to plan, organize, and implement service delivery systems and procedures; considerable ability to maintain an effective working relationship with managers and officials of various public, private, and nonprofit agencies; considerable ability to interpret and apply policies and to develop procedures consistent with the purpose of the program legislation; considerable ability to express ideas concisely and clearly; ability to translate complex information into understandable messages; ability to demonstrate good leadership and good facilitation skills; considerable ability to plan and direct the work of others; demonstrated ability to work within all levels of government. Ability to report to work in a regular and timely basis.

Skills: Considerable skills in applying managerial principles and department policies in directing a department; considerable skills in dealing with people at all levels; considerable skills in preparing and presenting reports either orally or in writing; considerable skills in directing and coordinating various and different programs to attain a single goal.
As a member of county management, the incumbent is responsible and accountable for knowing and following all county policies.

EXAMPLES OF WORK:
1. Manages programs and/or departmental operations in functional areas as assigned. Interviews, recommends hiring, assigns functional work areas, schedules, work activities, trains and monitors work performance; responds to grievances as appropriate.
2. Analyzes, evaluates, modifies and approves procedures for programs administered by the department; determines the nature and extent of operational services required to accomplish the departmental needs; recommends departmental goals and objectives to the Director; determines program standards and operating practices; remains current on laws related to departmental functions and remains current on legislative changes.
3. Plans and facilitates various program and customer service evaluation projects, makes recommendations on changes as appropriate; leads the department’s efforts in performance measurement; analyzes, evaluates, and makes recommendations regarding the operational and administrative systems, technology, and telecommunications.
4. Provides guidance and interpretation of policies and regulations; assures compliance with standards; researches, compiles and analyzes department-wide data; prepares statistical and narrative reports.
5. Coordinates the development of the annual department budget along with the department managers and supervisors; collects and analyzes financial information to project revenues and expenditures and recommends budget adjustments as necessary; develops and assists the director in submitting and recommending the department’s five-year capital improvement plan.
6. Serves as acting department head as assigned; responses to officials and elected officials in matters pertaining to the department; acts to resolve customer or public complaints pertaining to the department functions and develops successful solutions.
7. Directs management of grants and contracts relating to operational responsibilities; evaluates and monitors current service delivery and departmental effectiveness and recommends improvements based on new standards, technology, service level or trends.
8. Collaborates with other departments, agencies and organizations in discussing strategic issues; provides guidance and interpretation of policies and regulations.
9. Advises and assists division managers and supervisors regarding human resource issues, management practices, team training and other related administrative areas.
10. Performs other duties as assigned.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: #1-9 as listed above

WORK ENVIRONMENT: Sedentary work performed within the Government Center. Lifting requirement of up to 20 pounds on an occasional basis. Equipment used may include, but is not limited to, computer, calculator, and telephone. Additional physical/mental requirements that occur may not be listed above but are inherent in performing the position's essential functions.

TITLE OF IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR - Property Records/Taxpayer Services Director

This description is intended to describe the kinds of tasks and level of work difficulty being performed by people assigned to this classification. The list of responsibilities is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.

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