New York City Department of Finance

Department of Finance (DOF) is responsible for administering the tax and revenue laws of the city fairly, efficiently and transparently to instill public confidence and encourage compliance while providing exceptional customer service.  DOF collects approximately $36 billion in revenue for the City and values more than one million properties worth a total market value of more than $1 trillion records and maintains public property records related to ownership, deeds and mortgages.

DOF administers exemption and abatement programs that provide more than $20 billion in to relief to homeowners and renters. Adjudicates and collects parking tickets as well as provides time-saving programs to eligible drivers and businesses.  Manages the City’s treasury with operating cash balances of more than $14 billion.  The Office of the Sheriff, acts as the City’s chief civil law enforcer.

Here are some of the positions NYC Dept. of Finance is looking to fill at the NYC Job Fair:

For more information visit our career website or view our current job openings.


New York City Department of Finance will be attending: