|Performs administrative and supervisory work managing the business and financial operations of the Centroplex Department. An employee assigned to this classification is responsible for the financial development and implementation of operating and capital budgets, contract administration, box office operations and coordination of all business and financial aspects of the Centroplex Department. Work is performed under the supervision of the Centroplex Director and performance is reviewed for achievement of planned objectives through conferences, reports submitted and results obtained.|
|Supervises and coordinates with subordinate supervisors a staff of professional, technical and clerical employees engaged in accounting, payroll, purchasing, contract administration, and box office operations.
Prepares, analyses, forecasts and controls revenue and expenditures of the operating and capital budgets. Reviews transfers of funds before approval by the Director.
Provides technical support for contract administration activities to include preparation of necessary documents, customer billing and accounts receivable controls and preparation of necessary reports to close files after completion of events. Provides professional support in the interpretation of contract provisions and Centroplex policy statements.
Plans and implements internal audit procedures necessary to ensure compliance with established fee schedules and departmental and City policies. Identifies audit irregularities and determines appropriate corrective action.
Provides administrative direction for accounting and payroll functions including the preparation of various internal financial reports, development and/or revision of accounting systems and operating procedures.
Estimates revenues and probable fee yields for use in budget determinations and directs the collection of all revenues and fees.
Monitors and provides administrative direction on all purchasing activities for the Centroplex.
Performs detailed analyses of Centroplex operations, interprets profit and loss statements and other financial data and advises management on methods to improve operational efficiency and increase revenues.
Analyzes the impact of potential events utilizing various statistical methods and provides management with the information needed to negotiate event settlements that will yield the City revenue.
Consults and negotiates with promoters regarding the distribution and sale of tickets.
Performs other related duties as required.
|Knowledge of the principles of organization and management.
Knowledge of business administration, budgeting and accounting principles.
Considerable knowledge of the principles and practices of modern governmental accounting and municipal financial management.
Ability to gather and analyze facts and to prepare detailed financial and business reports.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with City officials, employees, and the public.
Ability to analyze and interpret financial and statistical data.
Ability to develop and administer an annual operating budget of several million dollars.
|Graduation from an accredited college with major course work in public finance administration, accounting, business administration or a related field, combined with four (4) years of extensive and progressively responsible experience managing business operations for a major public assembly facility; or an equivalent combination of training and experience. CPA desirable.|