Rozon becomes treasurer and collector for the town of Haverhill next week after promotion

Yenise Rozon, Haverhill’s deputy treasurer and tax collector, will take over from her boss next week and become the first Latina to lead a town hall service

Rozon, of Haverhill, has served as the office’s second-in-command since 2014. She was promoted by Mayor James J. Fiorentini to lead the department. She succeeds Alicia T. McOsker, who is retiring after seven years.

“I am very grateful to have this wonderful opportunity…I will do my best to serve the city as a treasurer/collector,” Rozon said in a statement.

Although Rozon’s appointment was announced on Thursday, the assistant position was announced as available on August 9.

She is a certified municipal tax collector who holds a bachelor’s degree in finance and accounting from Southern New Hampshire University and is fluent in Spanish and English. Rozon was an assistant collector at the private firm Kelley & Ryan Associates from 2004 to 2014. Previously, she was a clerk at the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles from 2002 to 2004.

According to the published job description, the Treasurer and Collector holds and invests all cash deposited with the city, prepares all paperwork for bond and note issues, performs payroll processing, and is responsible for the “efficient and efficient” of the office and management. of all staff involved.

The Treasurer and Tax Collector is required to work 35 hours per week and reports to Chief Financial Officer Angel Wills.

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