Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Chief Financial Officer
phone: 973-383-4280 ext 258
phone: 973-383-4280 ext 226
No notices at this time.
Forms can be found on the Forms and Applications page.
Duties of the Finance Department
The duties of the finance personnel are further enumerated in the Revised General Ordinances of the Township of Andover and in New Jersey Statutes Annotated, Title 40A.
Requests for payments must be accompanied by supporting documentation and attached to a township voucher signed by the vendor, department head, administrator, and chief financial officer. Completed vouchers must be received seven business days prior to the township meeting. All bills are submitted to the Mayor and Committee for their approval at a township meeting, usually the second meeting of the month.
Budget, Grants, Debt, Cash Management, Tax Information (for tax bill questions contact the Tax Collector), Financial Statements and Reports.
Duties: In consultation with the governing body, is responsible for overall facets of planning, execution, and reporting associated with the township's finances. Maintains financial records of the township in accordance with the requirements of the Division of Local Government Services in the Department of Community Affairs of the State of New Jersey. This includes budget preparation and execution, debt procurement, cash flow, pre-audit all payment vouchers, and grant accounting. Compiles monthly and annual operating expenditure and revenue reports. Develops cash management program to meet current operating and capital needs. Prepares payroll and mandatory agency reports.
Payroll, Investments, Employee Health Benefits and Records.
Duties: Accounts for the revenues collected from every township department. Administers the disbursement of all Township funds. This includes payments to the county, school and vendors. Solicits competitive pricing. Administers the biweekly payroll for township employees and handles all payroll related issues. Administers employee health benefits and records, worker's compensation claims, and safety coordinator duties.