|SEIU Professional Exempt|
|Performs specialized and professional accounting work involving complex/detailed financial analyses for a variety of programs administered by the Division, including but not limited to investment and debt management, leasing, property acquisitions/disposals, licensing and revenue collection. Work is performed under the direction of the Division Manager and is reviewed through meetings, analysis of reports submitted and results of recommendations.|
|Analyzes various departmental activities/documents and prepares written reports reflecting findings and recommendations.
Conducts trend analyses of investments, assessment of market indicators, and development of new investment strategies; analyzes estimated revenues/ expenditures for major programs/projects; reviews lease agreements.
Reconciles records reflecting taxes collected for the City by County, State, and other governmental agencies.
Develops forms, charts and other displays to visually reflect results of analyses.
Acts as back?up to the Assistant Treasurer in the administration and management of investments; administers operating portfolio (purchases, sales, swaps and balancing of maturity ladder).
Provides technical support to Boards of Trustees of City's Pension Funds and ensures adherence to bond covenants and debt service requirements.
Keeps abreast of the investment policy, the City's investment portfolio, and the investment strategies as established by the Investment Committee.
Serves as bureau liaison for special projects (Revenue Collection centralization, development and implementation of Revenue and Expense Tracking and forecasting system).
Reviews current/proposed ordinances and statutes for impact on the Treasury Bureau; prepares reports and submits recommendations on matters directly affecting the Bureau.
Prepares accounting entries for ad valorem and personal property taxes for inclusion in the City's accounting records.
Acts as the Mayor Pro Tem's authorized delegate responsible for signing City payroll checks and other disbursement checks; reviews disbursement vouchers prior to their release.
Serves as Treasury Bureau's liaison with Data Processing. Coordinates and participates in the development and implementation new/revised computer applications. Provides technical support to staff as needed.
Performs other duties as needed to facilitate accomplishment of the Bureau's goals and objectives.
|Considerable knowledge of the principles and practices of modern governmental accounting and municipal financial management.
Considerable knowledge of the organization, its structure and financial system, charter provisions, ordinances, and other regulations regarding financial management.
Ability to appraise market trends in terms of relation to municipal investment.
Ability to analyze and interpret financial and statistical records.
Ability to prepare reports and express ideas clearly and concisely, orally and in writing.
Ability to communicate effectively and deal aggressively with financial institutions, auditors, vendors, general public, and staff.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships as necessitated by the work.
|Bachelor Degree in Accounting or related field. Three (3) years professional experience performing detailed financial/accounting analyses; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Work performed requires effective verbal and written communication skills; working knowledge of financial statements/analyses, investment policies and strategies, cash management principles and practices and data processing. C.P.A. or C.I.A. Certification desired.|