Known as the “Capital of Silicon Valley,” the City of San José is Northern California’s largest city, third largest in the State, and the 10th largest city in the nation. With more than one million residents, San José is one of the most diverse large cities in the United States. In 2011, the City adopted Envision San José 2040, a long-term growth plan that sets forth a vision and a comprehensive road map to guide the City’s anticipated growth through the year 2040. The Plan proactively directs significant anticipated growth in new homes and workplaces into transit-accessible, infill growth areas and supports evolution toward a more urban landscape and lifestyle.
San José is a full-service Charter City and operates under a Council-Manager form of government. The City Council consists of 10 council members elected by district and a mayor elected at large. In addition to providing a full range of municipal services including police and fire, San José operates an airport, municipal water system, a regional wastewater treatment facility, some 200 neighborhood and regional parks, and a library system with 24 branches. The City also oversees convention, cultural, and hospitality facilities that include the San José McEnery Convention Center, Center for the Performing Arts, California Theater, Mexican Heritage Plaza, and the SAP Center San José–home of the National Hockey League’s San José Sharks. City operations are supported by 6,647 positions and a total budget of $4.7 billion (for the 2019-2020 fiscal year). San José is dedicated to maintaining the highest fiscal integrity and earning high credit ratings to ensure the consistent delivery of quality services to the community.
The Deputy Director, Debt & Treasury Management reports through the Assistant Director of Finance to the Director of Finance, and is responsible for the Treasury Division’s Debt Management, Investment, Banking and Cashiering activities. The Deputy Director also supports the Assistant Director of Finance and ensures that all departmental policies, procedures, and programs are carried out efficiently and effectively. The Deputy Director, Debt & Treasury Management has two direct reports (Principal Investment Officer and Debt Administrator) and 21 indirect reports. Of the 21 indirect reports, 7 are management positions.
This position requires a combination of education and experience such as a bachelor’s degree (a master’s degree is preferred) in business, public administration, or related field; AND six years of increasingly responsible experience in senior level administrative and/or analytic work. Management experience in a similarly complex public agency or private business is strongly preferred. Nationwide candidates from the public and private sector are invited to apply.
Salary range $120,400 to $187,546.
Apply by March 13, 2020 at www.alliancerc.com. The City of San Jose is targeting April 8th for candidate interviews. For questions, contact Sherrill Uyeda or Cindy Krebs at (562) 901-0769 or at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.