Deputy Chief of Finance/Finance Director
First 5 Santa Clara County

FIRST 5 Santa Clara County (FIRST 5) makes a difference for children in Santa Clara County by investing millions of Proposition 10 tobacco tax dollars each year toward effective programs in early education, health, and family support. FIRST 5 is committed to achieving real and sustainable community-based results focused on forming a successful future for young children and their families. Our responsiveness to identifying and addressing community needs has made FIRST 5 Santa Clara County a model for the rest of the state.

The position
The Deputy Chief of Finance is an executive-level position that serves as the chief financial officer of FIRST 5 and works closely with the CEO and Chief of Policy and Communications. The position oversees a team of 12 employees who fulfill functions associated with accounting, budget and contracts. The successful candidate will possess broad knowledge of the methods and practices of
public-sector accounting as well as the ability to communicate financial data and information in an accessible manner to executives, stakeholders, Commissioners and the public. This position works with a variety of stakeholders; therefore, the ability to collaborate, partner and develop solutions, networks and alliances that represent the agency’s interests and foster an inclusive, diverse and engaging workplace is critical.

Learn more about the position’s responsibilities, compensation, benefits and organizational mission here.

To apply: Interested candidates should submit a comprehensive resume and letter of interest by September 29, 2017 to Management Partners, Attn: Nancy Hetrick, at

Management Analyst/Senior Analyst
Management Partners

At Management Partners, we help cities, counties and other government agencies serve the public more effectively. It’s management consulting that makes a difference. We are looking for a management analyst/senior analyst to work in our San Jose office.

The position
Analysts work with experienced local-government professionals to bring public-service excellence to clients in the western U.S. Typical projects may include strategic planning, organization analysis, process improvement and performance management. Analysts are expected to:
• conduct complex analytical research (comparative analyses, best practice research, analysis of budgets and service delivery)
• design and administer surveys and other data-gathering tools
• collaborate to prepare analysis, recommendations and implementation plans for clients, including written reports and visual presentations.
The ideal candidate loves exploring new analytical tools, data visualization and presentation techniques; has strong writing and computer skills; balances creativity with attention to detail; works well independently and as part of a team; and juggles multiple responsibilities with ease. Responsibilities, assignments and position placement commensurate with experience. Some travel to client sites is required.

Our office
We take pride in preparing analysts for increasing responsibility in management consulting and/or local government. We also
• provide a supportive, collegial, high-functioning environment
• offer training, coaching and mentoring from experienced professionals
• work with a diverse range of projects and people.
Bachelor’s degree required; extra points for MPA or related degree, familiarity with local government, or with management consulting.

To apply: Send your resume and cover letter to Salary DOQ. Comprehensive medical, vision and dental benefits, paid vacation and sick days included. EOE/AA. Management Partners is a national firm with offices in San Jose, California, and Cincinnati, Ohio. Learn more about the firm at

In addition, Management Partners is always interested in hearing from qualified individuals who are devoted to public service innovation. If you would like to contact us, you may email a résumé and cover letter to us. Thank you for your interest.