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Finance Manager
The City of Terrell, with a diverse population of about 17,500 and a trade area population of over 250,000, is located 30 miles east of Dallas along Interstate 20 and U.S. Highway 80. Residents of Terrell enjoy a small-town atmosphere with convenient access to all the amenities the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area has to offer. Founded in 1873 by surveyor Robert Terrell and incorporated in 1875, the town was a source of fresh water for travelers and the railroad. Terrell continues to serve as a regional hub for trade and transportation in Kaufman County and beyond. With more than 14,000 jobs, the community is a vital part of the regional economy and has a daytime population of about 50,000. Reporting to the Director of Housing and Financial Services, the Finance Manager is responsibl


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