Columbia Gorge Community College is seeking a hands on Business Office Director to monitor the accounting operations of the college in conformance with generally accepted accounting principles. The Business Office Director oversees and personally performs daily duties in the college financial operations. This is a working director position and the successful candidate’s primary focus will involve accounts payable, accounts receivable, grant fund accounting, budget development and variance control, financial reporting, and financial statements and audit preparation. The Business Office Director reports to the Chief Financial Officer. This is an outstanding opportunity to join a rural, student-centered, mission-driven college.
A bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in finance, accounting, or business.
Candidates must have a minimum five years of relevant professional accounting experience using an integrated accounting system, with three years of supervisory experience. Equivalent education/experience may be substituted. Knowledge if governmental accounting and general accepted accounting principles (GAAP) required.
This full-time, exempt position with an initial salary placement of $60,939 to $70,645 DOE. Benefits include medical, dental, vision, 160 hours vacation per year and PERS retirement.
How to Apply
CGCC application, cover letter, and resume, are required to apply. Visit www.cgcc.edu/jobs. Position closes April 4, 2018.
Additional Salary Information: Benefits include medical, dental, vision, 160 hours vacation per year and PERS retirement.
Internal Number: 03/02/2018
About Columbia Gorge Community College
The main campus of CGCC is located in The Dalles, Oregon, a community of over 15,000 people at the east end of the Columbia Gorge National Scenic Area, 85 miles east of Portland. CGCC also has a satellite campus in Hood River, Oregon, a community of 9,000 people located 65 miles east of Portland.
The Gorge, formed by the Columbia River, extends more than 70 miles, is the only break in the length of the Cascade Mountain Range and has a worldwide reputation for its myriad of recreational opportunities. The Dalles and Hood River offer outstanding windsurfing, scenic hiking and horseback riding trails, skiing, white water rafting, excellent fishing and boating, unique cultural experiences, and numerous historical museums that provide enjoyment to meet anyone’s taste.