Delafield-Hartland Water Pollution Control Commission – Finance Director/Treas.

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    Misty Dodge

    A regional wastewater treatment facility located in beautiful downtown Delafield is seeking resumes from highly qualified individuals for the position of Finance Director/Treasurer.

    SALARY: $2,884.62 – $3,807.70 Biweekly; $75,000.00 – $99,000.00 Annually DOQ
    FULL BENEFIT PACKAGE: This position offers a full benefit package including participation in Wisconsin Retirement System (WRS) pension, health, dental and life insurances, vacation, sick time, paid holidays, etc. The Commission is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

    OPENING DATE: 09/12/22
    CLOSING DATE: Until position is filled

    The Finance Director/Treasurer acts as the Commission’s Controller and should have a thorough knowledge of current GAAP accounting principles, practices and procedures. The Finance Director/Treasurer is responsible for the overall financial administration of the Commission including but not limited to: accounting, budgeting, investing, banking decisions, insurance, human resources, payroll, municipal billings and limited clerk functions. The Finance Director/Treasurer deals directly with municipal customers, bankers, auditors, attorneys, insurance agents and other professionals on behalf of the Commission. The Finance Director/Treasurer reports directly to the General Manager and works closely with him in regards to the financial and administrative aspects of the Commission.

    1. Maintain the accounting records for the Commission: general ledger, accounts payable, accounts receivable, depreciation, accrued sick pay, etc.
    2. Compile, present and analyze the financial statements for the Commission board members at the bi-monthly meetings.
    3. Act as a trustee for all cash management functions: maintain good cash flow, invest excess funds in bonds and other securities, reconcile cash and investment accounts, etc.
    4. Prepare and present the annual operating and capital budget to the Commission board members.
    5. Responsible for remittance of debt service interest and principal payments for Clean Water Fund (CWF) loan.
    6. Maintain and operate the Commission’s Peachtree accounting software and Excel spreadsheets.
    7. Responsible for timely completion of monthly journal entries: payroll, accounts payable, accounts receivable, depreciation, bank reconciliations, monthly and annual reporting.
    8. Calculate and maintain the billing units for all sewer connections, analyze and complete quarterly billing adjustments, administer additional annual usage notifications and billing statements, etc.
    9. Contact and work closely with municipal attorneys when needed for matters related to ordinances, resolutions, contracts and other legal issues for the Commission.
    10. Administer and maintain all Commission correspondence including agendas and minutes of the Commission board meetings.
    11. Prepare work papers and documentation for annual audit, complete year-end book closing entries and assist independent auditors with finalization of the audit report.

    This position requires a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance and/or related financial management field. CPA certification is preferred but not required. We would like to have at least five years of progressively more responsible experience in accounting and financial management in a business environment. There is no governmental fund balance accounting used for this entity.

    Please call with any questions: Scott Luczak at 262-646-4364, Ext. 2.

    Email your resume with cover letter to:

    or mail your resume with cover letter to:
    Delafield-Hartland WPCC
    Attn: Scott Luczak, General Manager
    416 Butler Drive
    Delafield, WI 53018

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