Public Health Business Manager, Fiscal Services

Public Health Business Managers are responsible for overseeing operations of the fiscal office including the development and implementation of systems for the efficient maintenance of accounts and preparation of financial records and reports. They supervise and coordinate management information systems that pertain to State and Federal compliance of regulations, and attend regular training seminars for the compliance of such regulations. They must coordinate their policies and practices with relevant and appropriate public health program staff and supervisors, under the direction of the local public health director or commissioner. They must ensure that fiscal policies and practices support the work of the public health agency in the delivery of services to the community.

Education required:

A business manager may have a Master's degree in Business Administration, Accounting or closely related field; or a Bachelor's degree and two years in accounting or business office management involving financial reports; or an Associate's degree with four years experience.