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IPS Program Manager II, Certified County Finance Officer (CCFO) Program Manager, County Technical Assistance Service (CTAS)

The University of Tennessee Institute for Public Service -

Job DescriptionThe position of CCFO Program Manager is to manage the planning, development, marketing and delivery of the County Technical Assistance Service CCFO Program. It will also develop and maintain positive proactive working relationships with consultants, faculty and program alumni. Coordinate the training, reporting, and curriculum with the Comptroller's Division of Local Audit. Oversees the creation of training classes from conception by conducting research, exploring resources, developing exercises, course content, technological presentations and delivery. Functions of the Program Manager include assisting with research responsibilities, exploring new agency opportunities and grants, providing services directly to customers, staying current with professional development, supervising personnel, and budgeting. Other duties may be performed as required

Job RequirementsEducation: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, or related fields. Master’s Degree in Accounting preferred. Must have a professional certification (i.e., Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Government Finance Manager (CGFM), or Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE))

Experience: Eight (8) years hands-on management related experience in local or state government in Tennessee.

Job Skills: Possess excellent communication skills, both oral and written. This job requires a high level of organization skills, time management, and the ability to prioritize projects. The willingness to travel statewide with overnight travel. Knowledge of governmental budgeting and understanding of general accounting theory or willingness to acquire knowledge necessary. Ability to teach classes.


Qualifications Education: BachelorÕs degree
Experience: 5 or more years


Work HoursCompensationJob typeStart Date
Full timePay Grade 43Full timeDecember 15, 2017

Company Description IPS plays a key role in the public service component of the University of Tennessee by assisting city and county governments in Tennessee and by training law enforcement personnel on a local, regional and national level. With offices in every region of the state, IPS also helps Tennessee manufacturers reduce costs and increase revenue.


Contact Information Tomi Rogers


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