Riverside gives temporary chief financial officer the job on a permanent basis
About a month after taking over Riverside’s finance department on a temporary basis, Adam Raymond has been hired as the city’s permanent chief financial officer.
Raymond has been with the city for six years and in 2016 became assistant chief financial officer, according to a city news release. He assumed the top post in July after the departure of Scott Miller, who had held the job for about 16 months.
Riverside has named Adam Raymond the city’s chief financial officer.
Besides working in the finance department, Raymond has also worked in the city’s Innovation and Technology and Internal Audit departments and the city manager’s office, and he has performed audits of cities and counties and worked for city managers in several other Southern California cities, the news release stated.
Raymond will earn an annual salary of $180,000.