Nevada Irrigation District
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Nevada Irrigation District - Finance Department
Grass Valley, California
Annual Salary: $114,982 - $139,755 DOE/DOQ

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Calling all accounting savants, process perfectionists, and professional development advocates! Nevada Irrigation District (Grass Valley, California) is seeking a Controller who will oversee the activities of the Accounting Division within the Finance Department, including six staff and several exciting projects. The Controller will have a background in government accounting and use their leadership expertise to train and inspire staff while developing more efficient processes and structures. They will report directly to the Finance Director and provide department support by being an effective communicator, motivator, timely organizer, and steadfast project manager. The ideal candidate for this role will have a background in local government auditing/ accounting, accounts payable, and payroll. NID is looking for someone who can take the Division to the next level and get things done! Having relationship-building skills is essential, as this role regularly interacts with the Board, other departments, and outside organizations. Other desirable skills include strategic thinking, creative problem solving, and people management. If you are eager to further develop your team’s accounting capabilities while showing patience, openness, and support for staff, apply now!
  THE IDEAL CANDIDATE The ideal candidate has a balance of highly technical and interpersonal skills. They are an excellent organizer, communicator, negotiator, and project manager, with an eagerness to learn and advance their craft. They use their creative thinking skills to find innovative solutions and are eager to support their team to set the gold standard for standard accounting practices. The successful candidate will adhere to timelines and processes, ensuring the team is meeting deadlines and compliant with local, state, and federal regulations. The next Controller will be customer-service oriented and well versed in team building and conflict resolution.