August 1, 2017
The Senior Deputy Treasurer-South is responsible for the oversight and management of the Las Vegas Office and its divisions. The Senior Deputy oversees a staff of 18 employees and has two direct reports, the Deputy of College Savings and the Deputy of Unclaimed Property. The Senior Deputy is generally responsible for the following functions: secretary to the Nevada College Savings Board of Trustees, ABLE administrator, Financial Literacy Program Manager and the general oversight of the College Savings Programs Division and the Unclaimed Property Division.
The Senior Deputy Treasurer is also responsible for testifying before the legislature as necessary and for monitoring legislative activity. This position is responsible for requests for proposals, contract management and oversight and budget preparation and supervision.
The Senior Deputy Treasurer represents the Treasurer’s Office at specified public functions and meetings, including interview requests. A full listing of the duties is available upon request.
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