|PARKING ADMINISTRATION MGR|
|Middle Management/Professional/NM AD|
|Performs responsible professional and administrative work involving the business and financial operations of the Parking Bureau. Responsible for the coordination of business and financial aspects of the operation; budgeting, fiscal analysis, payables, receivables, purchasing and parking access management. Work is performed independently within established guidelines and is reviewed through conferences, reports submitted and results obtained.|
|Coordinates preparation of annual operating and CIP budget by analyzing expenditure trends, forecasting fiscal requirements, evaluating budget requests for priority, quantity and cost, and reviewing completed budget requests for consistency and completeness in order to facilitate development of a functional budget for the Department.
Supervises a staff of employees in payables, receivables, auditing, accounting, purchasing and parking access management.
Coordinates and prepares the financial statements, quarterly reports, annual revenue manual, bond manual, rate requirements, contractual agreements, and other accounting and financial reporting.
Provides administrative direction for accounting functions including the preparation of various financial reports, development and/or revision of accounting systems and operating procedures.
Performs analysis and repairs reports on revenues, expenditures, long-term debt, rate requirements, and contractual agreements.
Performs detailed analysis of the Parking Bureau operations to improve operational efficiency.
Serves as department liaison with Finance, Purchasing, Office of Management and Budget, Internal Auditing and Technology Management.
Represents the Bureau at meetings concerning business or financial matters.
Performs other related duties as required.
|Knowledge of accounting and budget analysis principles, practices and procedures.
Knowledge of the principles of organization and management analysis and engineering principles and practices.
Knowledge of the principles of financial management theory and practice.
Knowledge of the organization and operation of City departments and agencies.
Knowledge of laws and regulations governing budgeting and financial operations.
Knowledge of the operations of personal computers and related software packages.
Ability to organize and clearly present oral and written reports of findings and recommendations concerning financial, statistical, and management studies.
Ability to isolate and analyze significant trends from detailed records/ financial data.
Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships, as necessitated by work assignments.
Considerable skill in the preparation and monitoring of large complex operations and capital improvement budgets.
|Bachelor's Degree in Accounting, Finance, Business/Public Administration, Economics or related field and two (2) to three (3) years professional budget analysis experience preferably in governmental budgeting; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Must pass criminal background check and polygraph.
KW added poly/background info 12/7/06