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Colleen C. Davis
State Treasurer

Job Openings

Treasurer Davis announces open positions


The Office of the State Treasurer is currently accepting applications for the following positions:


Delaware EARNS Program Director

Closing Date 1/29/2023 11:59:00 PM

The EARNS Program Director will lead the efforts to establish and run Delaware EARNS, the newly created retirement program for citizens who lack access to retirement plans. The EARNS Program Director will be responsible for all aspects of developing this transformative new program. If you possess a strong affinity for strategic thinking and building new programs, along with a passion for helping others meet their financial goals, this is the role for you. The EARNS Program Director will build this program over several years with the assistance of Office of the State Treasurer, Delaware EARNS Program Board and various contracted partners with a targeted start date of January 1, 2025.

The Delaware EARNS program was created by House Bill 205 in the 151st General Assembly. The Delaware EARNS program is designed to provide workers and employers access to low-cost retirement savings plans. It is a “secure choice” program that amounts to State-facilitated, universally available retirement savings plans, providing a convenient way for all workers to save for retirement, particularly middle and low-income workers who lack access to employer-sponsored plans and small businesses that are unable to provide such a benefit.
Currently, 150,000 Delaware workers, or 52% of Delaware’s workforce, lack access to an employer-sponsored retirement program.

In this position, you will:

  • Work with the EARNS Program Board and executive leadership to plan, develop, implement, and oversee the auto-IRA program which will be opened in 2025.
  • Research similar programs, analyze economic data, and identify opportunities for adoption and expansion of the program.
  • Advise the various subcommittees of the Board on critical decisions including program governance, structure, design, and outreach strategies.
  • Develop and execute a work plan to successfully implement and launch the new program.
  • Partner with the marketing team to develop a comprehensive outreach and engagement strategy.
  • Provide program oversight including due diligence, reporting and analysis, and vendor relations.
  • Conduct presentations to large, diverse audiences including the Board and its committees, the General Assembly, the media, employers, and the general public.

The EARNS Program Director position is a Pay Grade 20 Merit Classification with a pay scale of $83,020 (yearly mid) to $99,624 (yearly max).

Click here to learn more and to apply for the Delaware EARNS Program Director position.

State Accountant I

Closing Date 1/31/2023 11:59:00 PM

The State Accountant I position is part of the Reconciliation and Transaction Management Division within the Office of the State Treasurer. Duties include account reconciliation, payment processing, accounts receivable and bank account maintenance.

In this position you will:

  • Collect, analyze and evaluate financial data from a variety of sources.
  • Ensure all transactions comply with accounting and tax policies, procedures, laws, rules and regulations.
  • Provide counsel and advice to state organizations to resolve discrepancies, preclude errors and delays in processing.
  • Approve requests and verify coding for transaction processing or cancellation.
  • Implement accounting functions, policies, procedures, systems and plans.

Click here to learn more and to apply for the State Accountant I position.

Merchant Services Analyst

Closing Date 1/31/2023 11:59:00 PM

The Merchant Services Analyst will serve as a casual seasonal employee in the Division of Operations and Fund Management within the Office of the State Treasurer. The employee will work with the Merchant Services team to provide support for the statewide credit card program. This position will work with agencies and school districts throughout the state to develop their merchant services programs and provide guidance to ensure the programs are compliant with national card processing standards.

In this position you will:

  • Manage and create new merchant accounts with state agencies, counsel end users on the features and benefits of various merchant services products, including payment gateway (i.e. web portals, point of sale systems, interactive voice response, and electronic payment technology), as well as merchant processing requirements, costs, and procedures.
  • Provide technical support for the resolution of merchant services processing, hardware, software, and network issues. Troubleshoot issues related to internal/external merchant services file transmissions. Coordinate other statewide technical initiatives and upgrades for the agency in coordination with DTI as needed.
  • Collect, interpret, and analyze data. Prepare reports containing findings, conclusions, and recommendations.

Click here to learn more and to apply for the Merchant Services Analyst  position.


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