Town Now Accepting Applicants for Inspector General Position

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and members of the Town Board issued a job announcement, seeking applicants for the position of Inspector General. Under local law, the Inspector General oversees all aspects of the Town’s contracting processes. While the position has been vacant for several months, the work of the Inspector General has been performed by the Town Attorney’s Office in partnership with former Supreme Court Judge Angelo Delligatti.

Under Town law, the Inspector General position is charged with standardizing the Town’s purchasing and contract administration; monitoring compliance with all applicable procurement guideline policies, and requirements of federal, state and local laws; providing technical expertise to ensure all contracts, requests for proposals and bid solicitations are posted on the Town’s website, and expanding the Town’s access to municipal and state electronic systems to verify the qualifications and standing of potential contractors. The Inspector General has the authority to review the records of all Town departments as he or she may deem to be for the best financial interest of the Town, of the accounts, financial methods and financial activities of each department, office or agency of the Town and report to the Supervisor and Town Board the findings therein.

Requirements for the position’s consideration include: a Graduate Degree, Juris Doctorate, MBA, Finance Degree or comparable degree from an accredited college or university; minimum of five years’ experience in public or quasi-public sector; and minimum of three years’ experience as a supervisor of high level public or quasi-public sector staff.

No later than April 26, 2024, applicants may email their resume to [email protected] or mail to Vicki Spinelli, Department of Human Resources, 54 Audrey Avenue, Oyster Bay, NY 11771.

–Submitted by the Town of Oyster Bay

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