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Part Time Village Treasurer
The Village of Homer is looking for a part time Treasurer to assist our Clerk with financials. We use Williamson Law Book. As per NYCOM:

TREASURER
The treasurer serves as the chief fiscal officer of the village. Pursuant to Village Law § 4-408, the treasurer is responsible for:

 Accounting. The treasurer must maintain custody of all village funds and keep the accounts of all village receipts and expenditures. The accounting must comply with the Office of the State Comptroller’s uniform system of accounts.

 Bank Deposits. The treasurer must deposit, in a commercial bank or trust company as designated by the board of trustees, all village funds within 10 days of receipt.

 Signing Checks. The treasurer is the authorized signatory of village checks

The treasurer must pay out village funds pursuant to Village Law §§ 5-524 and 5-526. Generally, such payments must be by check except in the case of petty cash payments made pursuant to Village Law § 5-526.

 Annual Financial Statement. The treasurer is responsible for filing an annual financial statement of the village’s revenues, expenditures, and outstanding indebtedness in the village clerk’s office within 60 days of the end of the fiscal year.

This job supports and has the support of our full time Village Clerk.

# of hours per week, salary and other details TBD depending on applicant.
Organization: Village of Homer
Name: Hal McCabe
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Homer, NY2017-07-31
Clerk/Treasurer
VILLAGE OF MUNSEY PARK, New York

Full-time Village Clerk / Treasurer:
Candidate must be a resident of Nassau County.

JOB OVERVIEW: The Village Clerk-Treasurer as Chief Fiscal Officer, is responsible for the day to day financial management of village; oversees Accounts Payable, Payroll and Utility Billing operations; also serves as the Registrar of Vital Records, Records Management Officer and Village Election Officer. Additional duties include the administration of local laws, minutes and village code updates. The Village Clerk-Treasurer is also responsible for attending Village Board, Zoning Board, and Planning Board meetings and compiling information for the minutes and the agendas of these boards, including all Legal Notices. All FOIL's come through the Village Clerk’s Office. The Village Clerk-Treasurer is also responsible for preparing and distributing all permits and licenses required within the Village.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Chief fiscal officer of the Village
2. Must maintain custody of the village seal, books, records and papers;
3. Serves as the clerk of the board of trustees and all other village boards, including the village planning;
4. board, etc. unless a separate clerk is designated;
5. Must maintain a record of all village resolutions and local laws;
6. Must produce books, records and papers for inspection as required by the Village Board and/or as required under State Law;
7. Must produce copies of books, records and papers, certified in proper form, to be read into evidence when requested to do so;
8. Must, upon proper request, provide information asked for under the NYS Freedom of Information Law;
9. Must act as the tax collector for the village in a manner consistent with state law;
10. Must keep an indexed record of all written notices of defect reported pursuant to Sec. 6‐628 of Village Law. The manner of indexing must be by location. Such record must include:
a. the date the claim was received;
b. the nature and location of the condition;
c. the name and address of the person giving the notice to the village;
11. Will serve as the village's Records Management Officer as provided for under NYS Education Law;
12. Other duties as properly assigned by the Board of Trustees.

AUTHORITY:
1. May present Village records during regular office hours for viewing under the Freedom of Information and Open Government Acts.
2. May meet payroll and other financial obligations of the Village without prior Board approval as defined in Municipal Law.
3. May establish office procedures in accordance with Board and contractual policy.

MINIMUM JOB QUALIFICATIONS:
1. Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent professional experience in accounting, bookkeeping and secretarial services;
2. Experience with municipal record‐keeping and accounting preferred;
3. Demonstrated ability to relate with people in a personable, positive manner;
4. Computer skills mandatory;
5. Must reside within Nassau County, Resident of the Village of Munsey Park preferred, be at least eighteen years of age, and meet any other requirements set out in Sec. 3‐300 of Village Law and Local Laws or Regulations of the Village.

SALARY:
Established annually by the Village Board of Trustees. Participation in NYS&LRS and benefits package included. Please contact the Office of the Village Attorney with salary requirements and to submit resume.
Morici & Morici, LLP
Tel: (516) 873-1902
Fax: (516)873-3948
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www.MunseyPark.org

The Village of Munsey Park is a great place to work.
The Village of Munsey Park is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Organization: Village of Munsey Park
Name: Morici & Morici, LLP
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Phone: 516-873-1902
Munsey Park2017-07-31
Village Treasurer / Clerk
Village Treasurer / Clerk.

The Village of Homer is looking for a full-time Treasurer to oversee financials. This position will also involve performing some of the duties of a Village Clerk.

We use Williamson Law Book. MUST be proficient with that or another widely used NY State Municipal Accounting system.

You must be comfortable and fluent with the requirements listed in this document:

https://osc.state.ny.us/localgov/pubs/arm.pdf

Strong background in accounting including the basic principles of accounting and reporting applicable to fund based accounting for local governments:

Accounting and Reporting Capabilities

Fund Accounting Systems

Fund Types

Number of Funds

Reporting Capital Assets

Valuation of Capital Assets

Depreciation and Impairment of Capital Assets

Reporting Long-Term Liabilities

Measurement Focus and Basis of Accounting

Budgeting, Budgetary Control and Budgetary Reporting

Transfers, Revenues, Expenditures, and Expense Account Classification

Common Terminology and Classification

Interim and Annual Financial Reports

As per the NY Conference of Mayors:

TREASURER

The treasurer serves as the chief fiscal officer of the village. Pursuant to Village Law § 4-408, the treasurer is responsible for:

Accounting. The treasurer must maintain custody of all village funds and keep the accounts of all village receipts and expenditures. The accounting must comply with the Office of the State Comptroller’s uniform system of accounts.

Bank Deposits.

Signing Checks.

Annual Financial Statement. The treasurer is responsible for filing an annual financial statement of the village’s revenues, expenditures, and outstanding indebtedness in the village clerk’s office within 60 days of the end of the fiscal year.

EEOC Notice:

The Village of Homer provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, The Village of Homer complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the Village has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.

The Village of Homer expressly prohibits any form of workplace harassment based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, or veteran status. Improper interference with the ability of The Village of Homer’s employees to perform their job duties may result in discipline up to and including discharge.
Organization: Village of Homer
Name: Hal McCabe
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Phone: 607-749-3322
Homer, NY2017-08-01
Treasurer
The Village of Saranac Lake, a municipality with 5,400 residents located in the Adirondack Mountains of New York is seeking a Treasurer. This position involves the general administration of all municipal finances in compliance with relevant statutes and accounting standards. This position oversees the day to day operations of the treasury department, including staff management of 3 people, an array of financial transactions, and long-term financial management and reporting. This is an appointed position. The Village of Saranac Lake is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Job Responsibilities Include:

- Maintaining custody of all village funds in accordance with the uniform system of accounts.
Full understanding of municipal accounting.
- Depositing of all village funds, monthly bank reconciliations
- Investing Village Funds
- Monitoring and signing of all checks
- Monitoring payments to vendors
- Annual financial statement, audit every year by an independent firm
- Oversee computerized accounting system, including general ledger, accounts payable, accounts receivable,
purchase orders, payroll utility billing, general receipts, taxes, ability to take over these duties when necessary
- Oversee network components with technical support
- Human resource activities, including union negotiations
- Debt issuance and payments with bond counsel
- Monthly reports to Board of Trustees of financial condition
- Overseeing of bid documents, requirements of bidding
- Community Development, Capital Project, Trust and Agency Accounting
- Fixed asset accounting
- Coverage for Village Clerk or Village Manager on occasion
- Such other duties as may be assigned

Those interested in the position should have the ability to work in a team-oriented environment, have strong interpersonal and communications skills and should have a strong interest in public service. The Village of Saranac Lake offers a strong benefit package, including membership in the New York State Retirement System, comprehensive medical, dental and life insurance, paid vacation and holiday schedule. Salary is dependent on qualifications and experience.

Successful candidates should possess a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting and (2) years experience with governmental accounting.
Minimum Qualifications Associates Degree in Accounting with (4) four years substantial experience in governmental accounting.

Applicants should send a letter of interest and resume (in confidence) to:
Village Clerk, Kareen Tyler
Village of Saranac Lake
39 Main Street Suite 9
Saranac Lake NY 12983

Resume Deadline August 2, 2017

Organization: Village of Saranac Lake
Name: Kareen Tyler
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Saranac Lake2017-08-02
Corporation Counsel
CORPORATION COUNSEL
The City of Canandaigua (pop. 10,500) is seeking a dedicated, experienced municipal attorney for its position of Corporation Counsel. The Corporation Counsel is the legal advisor of and attorney for the City, the City Council, the City Manager, and all City departments, bureaus, boards and commissions. The Corporation Counsel also prosecutes or defend all actions, suits and proceedings for and on behalf of the City. Qualified applicants must be admitted to practice law in the State of New York and practicing as such for at least five years. The Corporation Counsel is appointed by and serves at the pleasure of the City Council. Salary range of $75,000 - $85,000 with generous benefits.

Apply by emailing a cover letter, resume, and references to: Julie DeRue, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Applications will be received until the position is filled.
Organization: City of Canandaigua
Name: Julie DeRue
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Canandaigua2017-08-31