Minden Hills is looking to add a staff member in the form of a Deputy Treasurer.

The township announced that is hiring someone to work directly under the CAO and Treasurer Lorrie Blanchard. As the deputy, whoever gets hired will need to have a degree in business administration or commerce combined with a professional accounting designation, knowledge of accounting software, proficiency in Microsoft Office, and excellent time-management skills.

According to the town, the ideal candidate would have at least three years experience in general accounting and finance, at least one year experience in payroll, previous experience in municipal accounting processes, a diploma or certificate in Human Resources, and they are familiar with municipal taxation, accounts payable and receivable.

The salary will change depending on the skills and experience of the candidate.

Whoever does get the job will have a number of primary duties including balancing ledgers, assisting the treasurer in a number of jobs, making sure that expenses adhere with policies, and assisting prepare the annual municipal budget. Aside from general accounting duties, the deputy treasurer also has to handle human resources tasks like handling the paperwork to do with the hiring, firing and transfer of employees, coordinate and assist with performance evaluations and handle medical related claims.

If anyone is going to apply to the job they will need to get their resume to Shannon Prentice by going to the municipal office, or they can email sprentice@mindenhills.ca

The job posting can be found by clicking here