|Performs highly responsible work administering the City's capital improvement, cash, and debt management programs. This position will be responsible for developing a long-term capital construction program in accordance with the City's debt affordability guidelines and coordinating the issuance of debt. Other duties includes overseeing the preparation and administration of cashflow projections, analyzing trends and developing strategies, and maximizing the investment performance of City funds. Work is performed with significant latitude and considerable independent judgment and is reviewed by the Treasurer through reports submitted, conferences, presentations, and results obtained. Duties of this position will require significant interaction with the Controller and the Budget Division Manager.|
|Coordinates development of the City's capital improvement program, including overseeing the submission of capital project requests, projecting revenue available for capital projects, and developing debt financing scenarios in accordance with the City's debt guidelines.
Oversee the administration of the City's cash management program within parameters established by City ordinance and Investment Committee objectives.
Oversee the preparation of cashflow projections and monitor the investment of surplus funds to maximize returns.
Perform trend analysis, review market indicators, and develop strategies for new investment and debt vehicles.
Direct the City's bond indebtedness program, including verification of principal, interest, commissions, and fees related to indebtedness.
Serve as liaison between various boards staffed by the Treasury Division and money managers, consultants, and other City staff.
Analyze and interpret local, state, and federal guidelines, rules, and laws.
Provide technical assistance to senior management in the Finance Department.
Perform other related duties as assigned.
|Considerable knowledge of money and capital markets.
Considerable knowledge of principles and practices of cash management and investments.
Thorough knowledge of financial statements and financial analysis.
Knowledge of computerized financial programs.
Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with investment professionals, legal advisors, consultants, City staff, and the general public.
Ability to work under the pressure of deadlines.
Ability to independently analyze work requirements and complete tasks with minimal supervision.
High level of energy and enthusiasm for accomplishing organizational goals with the ability to function collegially in a team environment.
|Bachelor's Degree in accounting, finance, business/public administration, or a closely related field plus (4) four years of experience in finance, accounting, investments, and/or budget with a minimum of one (1) year experience in financial management, investments, and policy development and administration.
Preferred education and experience:
Master's Degree in business/public administration, finance, or taxation
Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Government Finance Officer (CGFO), and/or Certified Governmental Financial Manager (CGFM)
Demonstrated proficiency using Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Access