Career Opportunities

Forensic Accountant / Financial Analyst

/ by: Delaware Department of Justice/ Location: Wilmington, DE

The Delaware Department of Justice is seeking an exceptional and highly motivated individual to join the Fraud & Consumer Protection Division (“Division”) in the New Castle County office as a Forensic Accountant/Financial Analyst. The Forensic Accountant/Financial Analyst will be responsible for carrying out a variety of duties relating to the Division and the Department of Justice’s Communities Assistance Office. For job responsibilities, duties and position requirements, please visit

Assistant Finance Director

/ by: Talbot County/ Location: Easton, MD

Talbot County is seeking an Assistant Finance Director to supervise the daily financial activities of the County. This position will report to the County Finance Director and be responsible for overseeing/assisting with preparation of various financial reports and budget documents. Under the general direction of the Finance Director, plans, organizes, directs, & evaluates the operations of the Finance Department real property tax collection, accounting, payroll and accounts payable.

Responsibilities include: oversee accounting operations, including year-end closing of the general ledger & preparation of the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR); assist Finance Director with annual Budget process for County; prepare analyses of revenues & expenditures accounts; assist with the financial reporting & coordination of various grant programs; analyze & reconcile various General Ledger accounts; and oversee the annual audit, including the preparation of the CAFR, the Federal Single audit & other Audit reports for the County.

The ideal candidate will have a thorough knowledge of governmental (Fund) accounting principles and practices; be able to prepare complex financial statements, reports & analyses; and have top-notch communication skills as well as an ability to establish effective working relationships with associates, officials, and the public.

This position requires a Bachelor’s degree with a major in accounting or finance. Previous supervisory experience and certification as a CPA. Experience in the preparation of financial statements and knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and GASB pronouncements desired.

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