Matthew Laracy, who has been watching over Verona’s finances since May 2014, is leaving, Township Manager Matthew Cavallo disclosed today. Laracy’s last day as chief financial officer will be Wednesday, September 29.
The township has posted the position on the League of Municipalities’ job board. Candidates for the full-time position must have New Jersey state chief municipal financial officer certification and a minimum of five years of municipal finance experience preferred.
Qualified candidates should send a resume and cover letter to Cavallo at [email protected] with detailed compensation requirements and contact information for at least four professional references no later than 4 p.m. on September 30.
Laracy, who obtained his bachelors in accounting from Rowan University and a masters in accounting from Rutgers University, joined Verona’s administration from McEnerney, Brady & Co., where he was a senior accountant. The location of his new position has not been disclosed.