Chief Financial Officer
As one of three primary assistants to the County Engineer, the Chief Financial Officer is responsible for the coordination of the budget of the Franklin County Engineer’s Office and its various operations and projects. The Chief Financial Officer manages the fiscal department who oversees all purchase orders, payables, receivables, construction contract preparation and bid openings, local and grant funding, budget preparation and fiscal adjustments, and audit reviews. In performing this work, the Fiscal Department works closely with the administrators and departments of the County Engineer, County Auditor, and County Commissioners.
The Chief Financial Officer also oversees and manages all aspects of GIS Services and Asset Management. The Chief Financial Officer also assists the County Engineer in determining priorities, monitoring the budget, signing correspondence and legal documents, completing performance appraisals, approving leave time, and purchases. The Chief Financial Officer is responsible for monitoring progress on projects and maintaining compliance with policies and procedures for all support service functions.