|Performs responsible professional work for the strategic short-term and long-term planning, organizing, directing and controlling of all short and long-term programs and activities of the Treasury Bureau and Finance Department. Work includes selection and administration of all banking services, administration of the City's outstanding debt, the management of City owned real estate, the administration of City Code regulating the Vehicles for Hire industry and Occupational License Program. Serves as Deputy Executive Director to the Police and Firefighters Pension Fund and primary staff to the General Employees Pension Fund. Supervises the City's optional Deferred Compensation Retirement Plan. Work is performed under the supervision of the Department Head and Chief Administrator's Office.|
|Develops and coordinates long-range plans for bureau programs with departmental and Citywide goals and objectives.
Manage the investment of all City funds; reviews proposed investment decisions for performance and risk.
Manage all banking and custodial services; administers and interprets City monetary policies.
Administer the City voluntary Deferred Compensation Programs and monitor the marketing of the City voluntary Deferred Compensation Programs; monitors investment alternative and results; recommend changes to plan structure and documents; monitor compliance with Federal/IRC regulations.
Review and recommend changes to all documents underlying the issuance of debt; review negotiated terms for capital financing; administer contracts and oversee compensation; administer debt service for all City debt.
Manage the City owned real estate program including the acquisition and disposition of property; participate in the evaluation of the long-term impact of the current and future use of City owned real estate.
Administer the City Code related to Vehicles for Hire and addresses infractions, penalties, fines, revocations or suspension of permits.
Provide financial expertise to various operating activities within the City.
Serves as Deputy Executive Director to the Police and Firefighters Pension Board; serves as staff to the General Employee Pension Fund to administer banking services, money management and consultant contracts.
Directs the activities of the Occupational License Programs; administer the collection, recordation and deposit of all funds received.
|Knowledge of investment principles and practices, pension administration, debt administration, real estate principles, practices and laws.
Knowledge of cash management principles and practices.
Knowledge of Vehicles for Hire industry and the methods or regulation.
Knowledge of the banking services industry.
Skilled in the use of managerial and analytical techniques.
Ability to analyze and interpret complex financial data and develop complete and accurate schedules, reports, and presentations.
Ability to analyze and interpret complex local, state and federal guidelines, regulations and laws.
Ability to identify areas requiring change and the ability to develop solutions.
Ability to negotiate terms and conditions to agreements and contracts.
Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.
Ability to establish and maintain working relationships.
|Bachelor degree in Finance, Accounting or related field and four (4) years experience as a Investment Officer, Financial Analyst or a combination with Public Accounting, banking, and supervisory experience. Certified Cash Manager, Chartered Financial Analyst, Certified Public Accountant desired.
Courses in financial analysis, banking, portfolio management, taxes, statistics, accounting and real estate.