Mayfield Village is in search of a new finance director and fiscal officer following the announcement of Ronald Wynne’s retirement after 12 years of service with the village. The retirement comes at a critical time for Mayfield Village, as they face a significant loss of funds due to Progressive Insurance moving its headquarters, which in turn will lead to a decrease in the village’s surplus. The village has been putting money aside each year since 2016, leaving them with a surplus of around $42 million, and it is now up to the new finance director to manage this surplus.
The finance director, who will be appointed by Mayor Brenda Bodnar, will have a crucial role in advising on municipal affairs, maintaining financial records, and managing public funds. The position requires a registered public or certified public accountant with experience in either municipal or private-sector finance, along with proficiency in specific finance and payroll software. Interested candidates can apply for the position until February 16, with the annual salary ranging from $86,856 to $123,745.
The retirement of the current finance director has prompted Mayfield Village to actively seek a competent replacement, given the critical financial changes the village is facing. The new finance director will play a pivotal role in managing the surplus amount and navigating the financial challenges brought on by the changing employment landscape. The requirements for the position are stringent, with a preference for candidates with experience in municipal or private-sector finance and proficiency in specific finance and payroll software. Interested individuals have until February 16 to submit their applications, and a salary ranging from $86,856 to $123,745 is offered for the position.